SAS VS TOR Dream 11 Team Prediction, NBA Regular Season: SAS vs TOR Dream11 Basketball Match Season match-up: Demar Derozan and LaMarcus Aldridge, the two veterans are the leaders of the San Antonio Spurs and they will look to hunt for a playoff spot this year. Raptors, on the other hand, are also the veteran leadership of Kyle Lowry, who seems to be not aging at all. Spurs are coming off a win against the Grizzlies in a blowout, where Aldridge and DeRozan combined for 48 points. Raptors, the former team of Derozan, on the other hand, lost to Pelicans in their opening fixture of the Regular Season. The loss came on the heels of poor shooting outings by Fred VanVleet and Norman Powell. The Raptors will look to secure their first win their season by overcoming the experienced Spurs, who would also like to clinch two games in a row. This game will showcase both veterans and young talent, and promises to be an exciting one.
SAS vs TOR Dream 11 Basketball Match Season match-up
Games: 01 | 01
Wins: 01 | 00
Defeats: 00 | 01
SAS vs TOR Dream11 Match Prediction Match Basics:
Host: San Antonio Spurs
Visitors: Toronto Raptors
Match Timing: 27 December, @ 7:00 AM
Venue: AT&T Center
San Antonio Spurs vs Toronto Raptors, NBA News:
San Antonio Spurs team News:
Status out: Derrick White: The impressive Guard is out for Sunday’s game against the Raptors
Status Questionable: Quinndary Weatherspoon: The young player is questionable for the game against the Raptors.
San Antonio Spurs Roster: Dejounte Murray, LaMarcus Aldridge, Demar Derozan, Rudy Gay, Jakob Poeltl, Lonnie Walker IV, Keldon Johnson, Patty Mills, Tre Jones, Trey Lyles, Keita Bates-Diop, Drew Eubanks, Luka Samanic, Devin Vassell.
Toronto Raptors team News:
Status out: Jalen Harris: Harris has been ruled out for the fixtures against the Spurs
Patrick McCaw: Patrick will not participate in the game against the San Antonio Spurs because of a knee injury.
Status Questionable: No further injury impediments for the Raptors
Toronto Raptors active roster: Kyle Lowry, Fred VanVleet, Pascal Siakam, OG Anunoby, Aron Baynes, DeAndre’ Bembry, Chris Boucher, Terrence Davis, Malachi Flynn, Alex Len, Norman Powell, Matt Thomas, Yuta Watanabe, Paul Watson, Stanley Johnson
SAS vs TOR Match Prediction
Raptors are looking to make another run to reach deep into the playoffs. Since the departure of Kawhi, they have shown resilience and character, something they’d love to emulate this season yet again. After losing the first game they will be hungry for another win. On the other, the Spurs will look to garner a second win in a row to erase the bad memories of the past seasons. This game can move in the favor of Spurs, whose veteran duo of Derozan and Aldridge may have figured it out. The Raptors will be eager to kick off with their first win, but it seems that the Spurs are ready for the battle.
San Antonio Spurs vs Toronto Raptors, Fantasy NBA Key Players:
Demar Derozan: Demar, the ex-Raptor is a scoring phenom. He has one of the best mid-range game in the League, even though it is considered a lost art, it means that he can get points with that skill. He is coming off a near triple-double outing against the Grizzlies, where he lodged 28 points, 9 rebounds, and 9 assists, while also getting 1 block and 1 steal. He will look to emulate this performance and that fact makes him the Super-Player pick in the Dream11 Fantasy basketball match-up.
Pascal Siakam: The springy forward and also one time NBA champion Siakam has brilliant handles and is a handful to guard. He is coming off a solid outing, where he had 20 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists, showcasing his all-around talent.
LaMarcus Aldridge: Like his Spurs partner Demar, Aldridge can also boast about a terrific mid-range game and he has an arsenal of sweet moves. He will look to expand his numbers and the last game can be a sign of that. He is coming off 20 points, 3 rebounds, and 1 block performance against the Grizzlies, and will look to pull off similar numbers second game in a row.
Kyle Lowry: Lowry is the heart, soul, brain, and the leader of the Toronto Raptors. He has incredible playmaking and shooting skills, which can be understood by his last game numbers against the Pelicans. In that game, he collected a double-double, posting 18 points and 10 assists, while also getting 1 steal. He will love to cut on his 6 turnovers and take care of the ball more against the Spurs.
Dejounte Murray: The young guard is in full flow, and his numbers give such indications. He is coming off an impressive 21 points, 9 assists, 6 rebounds, and 2 steals game against the Grizz. He will look to become the primary playmaker and ease the burden of scoring on the aging Lamarcus and Derozan.
Lonnie Walker IV: The young Shooting Guard is looking to have a breakout season and post big numbers. He had an impressive shooting outing against the Grizzlies, where he lodged 16 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, and 1 steal. He will look to continue contributing in a similar manner in the upcoming fixtures.
Fred VanVleet: The former NBA champion is coming off a damp outing against the Pelicans, but he will look to bounce back on road against the Spurs. He only finished with 9 points(on a horrid 3/12 shooting from the field) and will look to get back in the groove against the Spurs.
Note–OG Anunoby got his hands on 3 steals and 2 blocks during his last outing.
Spurs guard Keldon Johnson had an impressive 16 points and also had 3 steals in his last game against the Grizzlies.