SAC vs MIN Dream11 Prediction NBA Live Fantasy Basketball Dream11 Team, Top Picks and Tips for Sacramento Kings vs Minnesota Timberwolves

Updated on: Feb 9, 2022 1:08 am IST

  • Harrison Barnes dribbling SAC vs MIN Dream11

    SAC vs MIN Dream11: BREAKING NEWS: As I was writing this, the Kings traded Tyrese Haliburton, Buddy Hield, and Tristan Thompson to Pacers in exchange for Domantas Sabonis, Jeremy Lamb, and Justin Holiday. The NBA trade deadline ticks as on as the Pelicans also pulled the plug and brought in CJ McCollum, Larry Nance, Tony Snell in a trade which sent Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Josh Hart, 2022 first-round pick(5-14th protected), and second-round picks to the Trail Blazers. Soon, the market will flood with such deals as various Franchises change their direction. But hey, we have been talking about this for a long time now! Aren’t we! Anyway, let us jump into the game between the Sacramento Kings and the Minnesota Timberwolves.

    Talking about trades, don’t be surprised if the Sacramento Kings pull the plug. They are again way below the 50% win mark and perhaps it is time to break the current core(How many times do we do this “Kings rebuilding” bit?). Anyway, Buddy Hield would surely like a change of scenery while Fox has also been in rumors. Will we see Kings make wholesale changes and perhaps build around the backcourt of Davion Mitchell and Domantas Sabonis or do they keep the current core and develop it?

    The Timberwolves have had a strong season and yes, they have some holes at the Power Forward position and the bench could use more balance but hey their main core has clicked these days and their offense is on the right track. They have won four in a row and are three games above the 50% win record. Can they make a stronger push as the postseason nears?

    Host: Sacramento Kings
    Visitors: Minnesota Timberwolves

    Match Timing: 9 February, @ 08:30 AM
    Venue: Golden 1 Center

    NBA Projections, Stats & Analysis

    Timberwolves: Great offensive squad
    The Timberwolves have done well this season and after winning below 33% games last season, the core has gotten it together. Minnesota remain in contention for a top-six spot in the Western Conference which can give them immunity from the Play-in tournament. However, that is still a long shot and the Western Conference’s battle for the sixth spot can heat up with potentially Mavericks, Nuggets, and even with the Clippers, who have been emboldened. Minnesota may need to bolster the bench if anything because that is one area that can hold them back.

    The team has extracted quality production from Anthony-Towns in the middle, who keeps supplying top-notching scoring and rebounding. Anthony Edwards continues to capitalize upon his athleticism and has improved his shooting as well. Meanwhile, D’Angelo Russell has been splashing shots but yes, he has been injured rather too much. Malik Beasley has been doing well off the bench while Jaden McDaniels has done well on the offensive end. Patrick Beverley is an all-around presence and a pesky defender. On the other hand, Jarred Vanderbilt provides hustle and rebounding but yes, the team can use a more effective bench.

    Kings: Rebuild, rebuild, rebuild but to what end?
    Here it is, once again, another tough season for the Kings. Frustration for fans and players alike as the management fails to pitch in an effective system. Sacramento has been having a tough season largely due to their inability to find a balanced lineup and ever since they shifted Buddy Hield to the bench, he has not grown home with his role. The Kings are again heading to the “draft high, keep drafting” territory and yes, this upcoming draft may end up playing a huge role because the strategy hasn’t panned out well. The Kings did trade for Sabonis so they have finally landed a star player.

    De’Aaron Fox has figured in a bunch of rumors recently while Harrison Barnes has been a terrific wing but he may want to play for a more established team at this point. Richuan Holmes hasn’t played like last season and perhaps the eye injury has bothered him. Hield got traded to Pacers and frankly, this is for the best! The bench has fallen short and with Davis out for the season, the team has been unable to get depth from multiple positions. The team can also end up moving Marvin Bagley III, who has been disgruntled for a long time. Do you see how many candidates are eligible for trade as per many estimations?

    Sacramento Kings | Minnesota Timberwolves

    Games: 55| 51
    Wins: 20| 28
    Defeats: 35| 25

    Sacramento Kings vs Minnesota Timberwolves NBA Live, Team News and Lineups

    Sacramento Kings Team News

    • Domantas Sabonis, Jeremy Lamb, and Justin Holiday may take some time to join the team and are OUT here.
    • De’Aaron Fox, Marvin Bagley III remain Game-Time Decisions.
    • Terance Davis is OUT for perhaps this season

    Sacramento Kings Expected Starting Five
    Wings: SF: Maurice Harkless | SF: Harrison Barnes
    Middle: C: Richuan Holmes
    Guards: PG: DeAaron Fox (Game Time Decision) | PG: Davion Mitchell

    BENCH: Louis King, Damian Jones, Chimezie Metu, Jahmius Ramsey, Emmanuel Terry, Alex Len, Robert Woodward III.

    Minnesota Timberwolves Teams News:

    • Naz Reid, D’Angelo Russell, Josh Okogie, Taurean Prince are QUESTIONABLE for the game

    Timberwolves Expected Starting Five
    Wing: SF: Anthony Edwards
    Middle: PF: Jarred Vanderbilt | C: Karl Anthony-Towns
    Guards: PG: D’Angelo Russell(QUESTIONABLE) | PG: Patrick Beverley

    BENCH: Malik Beasley, Naz Reid, Jaylen Nowell, Taurean Prince, Jaden McDaniels, Leandro Bolmano, Jordan McLaughlin, Josh Okogie(QUESTIONABLE), Nathan Knight, Jake Layman.

    NBA Scores, Fantasy Basketball Top Picks

    Karl Anthony-Towns(MIN)
    Points: 24
    Rebounds: 12
    Assists: 02
    Blocks: 01
    Anthony-Towns continues to be an elite scorer and rebounder in the league and he has had another strong season. The Center has consistently scored in the 22-28 points range while grabbing 9-15 rebounds a game regularly.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 40-55

    Harrison Barnes(SAC)
    Points: 24
    Rebounds: 09
    Assists: 05
    Steals: 03

    Harrison has been a stabilizer at the wing position for the Kings once again this season. The wing has scored in the 19-25 points range while clasping around 5 or more rebounds a game regularly.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 36-46

    Anthony Edwards(MIN)
    Points: 17
    Rebounds: 02
    Assists: 05
    Steals: 02
    Edwards is slowly becoming one of the best wings in the league and he continues to expand his offensive package. The wing has scored 17 or more in three of the last five games while clinching 1 or more steals a game regularly.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 33-45
    Anthony Edwards shooting SAC vs MIN Dream11

    D’Angelo Russell(MIN)
    Points: 22
    Rebounds: 05
    Assists: 08
    Steals: 01
    D’Angelo continues to be a sharp-shooter from the deep and a versatile playmaker, however, his season has been full of injuries. The Guard has scored in the 17-24 points range while dishing 7 or more assists. He is “QUESTIONABLE” for the game.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 31-40

    Davion Mitchell(SAC)
    Points: 17
    Rebounds: 01
    Assists: 02
    Steals: 01

    Davion has had his best stretch offensively ever since the rookie has been started into the starting lineup with Fox out. The defensive guard has scored 15 or more in four games straight while dishing 3 or more assists regularly.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 24-34


    • Jarred Vanderbilt(MIN) had 2 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist in the last game. The Forward’s numbers are down a bit recently but he has been usually in the 7+ points and 7-9 rebounds range recently.
    • Jaden McDaniels(MIN) had 13 points, 4 rebounds, 3 blocks in the last game. McDaniels has scored 13-14 points in the last few games.
    • Richuan Holmes(SAC) had 14 points, 6 rebounds, 1 block, 1 steal in the last game. Richuan’s numbers are down compared to last season and he has usually been in 6-8 points and 6-9 rebounds range.
    • Patrick Beverley(MIN)had 10 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal in the last contest. Patrick has largely been in the 7-11 points, and has dished around 5 assists a game consistently
    • Malik Beasley(MIN)had 20 points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal in the last contest. The off-the-bench guard has scored 12 or more in three games straight.
    • Maurice Harkless(SAC) had 18 points, 11 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 1 steal in the last game. Maurice has scored 18 in the last two games but his minutes can suffer if Bagley III is back.
    • Taurean Prince(MIN) had 2 points, 1 rebound in the last game. Prince had some strong games in the middle but yes, he hasn’t played many minutes on average.
    • Jordan McLaughlin(MIN) had 4 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists in the last game. Jordan has produced such numbers when given 10+ minutes.
    • Buddy Hield(SAC) had 9 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal in the last game. Hield may need a change of scenery considering how his points range has fallen from 16-22 to 6-9.
    • Chimezie Metu(SAC) had 9 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals in the last game. Metu has scored in the 5-9 range and clinches 1 or more steals a game regularly.

    SAC vs MIN Dream11 Team

    PG: D Mitchell
    SG: M Beasley, A Edwards
    SF: H Barnes(PP), J McDaniels
    PF: J Vanderbilt
    C: K Towns(SP), R Holmes
    Davion Mitchell shooting SAC vs MIN Dream11

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