Kings vs Timberwolves Fantasy NBA: The Sacramento Kings will enter the game after beating the Mavericks rallying around a 30 points outburst by Harrison Barnes. Meanwhile the Minnesota Timberwolves will enter the battle after losing to the Clippers despite a 23 points outing by Anthony Edwards. More information about SAC vs MIN Dream11 will be given here.
Kings’ season: Sacramento is in rebuilding mode but they have been in that mode since a couple of decades. They are a young squad and the management will not want to squander DeAaron Fox’s talent, just like they squandered Tyreke Evans, Isaiah Thomas, and DeMarcus Cousins. While Kings have some shooting talent in Buddy Hield, a veteran in Harrison Barnes, it is Richuan Holmes who has had a huge impact at the Center spot. Sacramento are placed 12th in the NBA Standings for Western Conference.
Timberwolves’ season: Minnesota has been among the worst teams in the League and it has been the case since many years. First they didn’t utilize Kevin Love well, then Andrew Wiggins, and now Karl Anthony-Towns is also facing many losses which can harm his capabilities in the long run. The Timberwolves did draft a dependable player in Anthony Edwards, but with their track record, it is difficult to say how he will develop and if he will stay.
Host: Sacramento Kings
Visitors: Minnesota Timberwolves
Time: 21 April @ 07:30 AM
Venue: Golden 1 Center
Streaming: WATCH Kings vs Timberwolves NBA Live on Sony channels including Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 3 and Sony ESPN in India, and SonyLiv App
NBA Projections and Analysis:
Sacramento Kings| Minnesota Timberwolves
Games: 57| 58
Wins: 23 | 15
Defeats: 34 | 43
Sacramento Kings team News:
Status Out: Richuan Holmes and Marvin Bagley will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Nothing further to report so far.
Sacramento Kings active roster: De’Aaron Fox, Buddy Hield, Marvin Bagley, Harrison Barnes, Kyle Guy, Norval Pelle, Delon Wright, Chris Silva, Hassan Whiteside, Daquan Jeffries, Jahmius Ramsey , Tyrese Haliburton, Robert Woodward II, Terrence Davis, Delon Wright, Justin James, Glenn Robinson III.
Minnesota Timberwolves team News:
Status out: Malik Beasley will be out for the game.
Status Questionable: Jaylen Nowell is doubtful for the game.
Minnesota Timberwolves active roster: Josh Okogie, Jake Layman, Malik Beasley, Karl Anthony-Towns, Ricky Rubio, Anthony Edwards, Naz Reid, Juancho Hernangomez, Ed Davis, Jarred Vanderbilt, D’Angelo Russell, Jarret Culver, Jordan McLaughlin, Jaden McDaniels, Ashton Hagans.
Projected Fantasy Points: 46
Fox has become an incredible offensive player at the guard spot and has been on a tear since the year started. He is a nightmare to guard because of his athleticism and dribbling skills, and he looks like a Superstar player in the coming years. He is averaging 29 PPG since March and has racked up multiple 30+ and 40+ games in that period, which makes him a terrific pick as the Super-Player in the Dream11 NBA scenario.
Karl Anthony Towns
Towns is not a reliable defender but his offense and rebounding make him an elite Center. Karl has been languishing in a losing team and will like to get to the NBA Playoffs before his prime is over. The Center is averaging 5.4 APG so far this month.
The rookie has had a superb campaign and he looks like the Franchise Face along with Towns. While he is still young and need to improve his shooting, he has all the potential in the world to become an effective player in this league. He is averaging 21.9 PPG and 1.6 SPG this month so far.
Buddy is a great shooter and offensive option at the two-guard spot and is 2nd among the Sacramento players in terms of scoring. While he has the tendency to shoot poorly at times, he keeps his defender busy and running. He is averaging 1.3 SPG so far this month.
D’Angelo Russell: PPG: 19.0 APG: 4.9 SPG: 1.0 TPG: 2.8 PFP: 27
The shifty left-handed guard is coming off the bench for the Wolves after the injury, and has lodged some impressive outings this month. He is averaging 18.4 PPG since his return from injury.
Harrison Barnes: PPG: 15.7 RPG: 6.6 APG: 3.4 TPG: 1.6 PFP: 33
Barnes has been a reliable scorer at the Forward position and he is also a great rebounder, while being a decent passer. Barnes’ numbers have been down prior to previous years and that has affected his team’s performances too.
Ricky Rubio: PPG: 8.4 APG: 6.6 RPG: 3.2 SPG: 1.4 TPG: 1.8 PFP: 24
While Rubio is not the same player as he was in the previous years, but still is a decent contributor, scoring and playmaking. He is averaging 1.9 SPG this month so far.
Naz Reid: PPG: 11.0 RPG: 4.6 BPG: 1.1 TPG: 1.0 PFP: 26
Terance Davis: PPG: 9.0 TPG: 1.2 PFP: 20
Jaden McDaniels: PPG: 6.8 RPG: 3.6 BPG: 1.0 PFP: 19
PG: D Fox(SP), R Rubio
SG: B Hield, A Edwards
SF: J McDaniels
PF: T Davis, J Vanderbilt
C: K Towns(PP)