UTA vs MIA Dream11:NBA features some of the highest brands of basketball that one can ever see. In this cross-conference battle, Miami Heat will fight it out versus the Utah Jazz. The Heat is in a midst of a tough road trip, having lost two of their previous games to the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers. Now, they face an incredibly hard squad in Utah Jazz, who are on a roll this season but have lost three out of the five games.
The Heat has incredible talent at disposal, with Butler, Lowry, and Robinson from 1-3 while Tucker and Adebayo are in the frontline. Herro gives a lift off the bench and provides top-notch team balance. The Jazz has worked hard on their core. Conley-Mitchell provide superb backcourt formation while Bogdanovic, O’Neale, and Gobert give impetus to the frontline. Meanwhile, Ingles and Clarkson are gifted off-the-bench players.
Host: Utah Jazz
Visitors: Miami Heat
Match Timing: 14 November, @ 03:30 AM
Venue: Vivint Smart Home Arena
With Conley at the perimeter, O’Neale, and Gobert in the frontcourt, the Jazz boasts of a superb defensive unit, The team allows just 102.9 PPG, which makes them fifth-best in that regard. The team is also top-seven in PPG with 110.6 PPG. The Jazz shoot 23.3 Free Throws per Game making them top-three in that regard. Can the team recover from a little slump recently?
Miami Heat figures among the top-ten squad in defense, allowing 103.9 PPG, allowing teams to shoot just 42.8%, which is the fourth-best. The team is well-oiled in terms of offense, putting up 110.6 PPG, which places them in top-ten as well among the 30 squads. However, Jimmy Butler is essential to this team as can be discerned by their losses in the last two games with Jimmy missing a full and half-game.
Miami Heat | Utah Jazz
Games: 12| 12
Wins: 07| 08
Defeats: 05| 04
Utah Jazz Team News
Jazz Expected Starting Five
SF: Bojan Bogdanovic PF: Royce O’Neale C: Rudy Gobert
SG: Donovan Mitchell PG: Mike Conley
Utah Jazz Bench: Royce O’Neale, Elijah Hughes, Hassan Whiteside, Donovan Mitchell, Mike Conley, Eric Paschall, Malik Fitts, Macio Teague, Udoka Azubuike, Jordan Clarkson, Trent Forrest, Miye Oni, Jared Butler, Rudy Gay, Bojan Bogdanovic, Rudy Gobert, Joe Ingles.
Miami Team News
Heat Expected Starting Five
SF: Jimmy Butler PF: PJ Tucker C: Bam Adebayo
SG: Duncan Robinson PG: Kyle Lowry
Miami Heat Bench: Tyler Herro, Dewayne Dedmon, Max Strus, Omer Yurtseven, Gabe Vincent, KZ Okpala, Marcus Garrett, Markieff Morris, Victor Oladipo, Caleb Martin, Udonis Haslem.
Mitchell is a bonafide all-star level player in this league. He has scored more than 21 points in each of the last seven games and three of them have been 30+ outings.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 42-53
Bam has been a force this season once again and he performs a vital role in the middle. He has scored 28 or more points in the last two games including two double-doubles. Bam is averaging around 20 PPG, 10 RPG this season. He is an option for Star/Pro Player in the Dream11 NBA scenario.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-56
Rudy Gobert(UTA )
Russell has managed two triple-doubles in a row. However, he has also committed 6-8 turnovers in the last three games. Can Westbrook sort out his turnover issues soon?
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 43-60
Tyler Herro (MIA)
Herro is surely looking like a future Star the way he is playing right now. Tyler is averaging 20.1 PPG this season and has scored 23 or more in four in seven games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 14-22
Mike Conley (UTA )
Conley remains one of the most talented PGs in the league. He has been on song once again this season. He has averaged 8 APG in the last four games and remains key for the team.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 25-42
Kyle has been adjusting to his new team well. The PG provides both offensive and defensive resilience to the Heat. He has averaged 21.5 PPG in the last two games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 17-29
PG: K Lowry
SG: M Conley, D Robinson, T Herro
SF: J Ingles
PF: P Tucker
C: R Gobert(PP), B Adebayo(SP)