WAS vs TOR Dream11

WAS VS TOR Dream11 NBA Basketball Prediction 18th April – Fantasy Team News

WAS VS TOR Dream11 NBA Basketball Prediction 18th April – Fantasy Team News

Toronto Raptors vs Washington Wizards

NBA Regular Season

NBA Playoffs – Toronto Raptors lead series 1-0

 

WAS VS TOR Dream11 MATCH PREVIEW:

Toronto Raptors won the Eastern Conference by a massive four games ahead of Boston Celtics, and their reward for winning the conference was a clash against 8th placed Washington Wizards in the last-16 NBA Playoffs.

The first match was played at Air Canada Center, Toronto, and the hosts just managed to win it by the scuff off their neck. Raptors won the first quarter 28-23, while visitors won the 2nd by 36-27 and went into the half-time with a four-point lead in their back.

But Raptors came out roaring and won the last two quarters by an aggregate scoreline of 59-47. The bench proved to be the difference in the game as Raptors had 42 points from the bench against Wizards’ 21. The visitors need to fair better in all department and their fringe players must raise their game if Wizards want to go past this round.

Raptors are a far better team and the stats suggest they could be the team winning this 7-game series. Toronto are averaging 114 points per game this season, while Wizards are scoring 106 points per game this season.

But the most interesting and the peculiar stats is that Wizards are allowing 114 points per game while teams are scoring only 106 points against them. If we take those points into our consideration, it’s Raptors all the way.

 

WAS VS TOR Dream11 MATCH DETAILS:

Match Timing: Tomorrow, April 18, 04:30 AM IST

Venue: Air Canada Center, Toronto

Capacity- 19,800

 

Last 10 Games –

Toronto Raptors – L W L L W W W W L W

Washington Wizards – W L W L L L L W L L

 

Regular Season Record-

Toronto Raptors  –  Win – 59, Loss – 23

Washington Wizards  – Win – 43, Loss – 39

 

Top Performer –

For Toronto Raptors-

Players Name Average
Points Per Game DeMar DeRozan 23.3
Rebounds per Game Jonas Valanciunas 8.6
Assists Per Game Kyle Lowry 6.9

 

 

For Washington Wizards:

Players Name Average
Points Per Game Bradley Beal 22.6
Rebounds per Game Marcin Gortat 7.6
Assists Per Game John Wall 9.6

 

 

WAS VS TOR TEAM NEWS:

Toronto Raptors:

Toronto Raptors are almost to their full strength in this Playoffs series with only Fred Van Vleet missing the action in the first game. The 24-year-old Point Guard has been upgraded to ‘Questionable’ for the 2nd game. He is an important player actually and plays most of his minutes from the bench. So if you are making your WAS vs TOR Dream11 team, we advise you wait for some time as he is under the game-time decision.

Malachi Richardson and Alfonzo McKinnie are the other players listed as doubtful for Raptors.

PROBABLE TEAM

Serge Ibaka (Forward), OG Anunoby (Forward), Jonas Valanciunas (Center), Kyle Lowry (Guard), DeMar DeRozan (Guard)

From the bench: Pascal Siakam, C. J. Miles, Jakob Poeltl, Delon Wright, Lucas Nogueira, Norman Powell

 

Washington Wizards:

For Wizards, Jodie Meeks is the only player who is definitely not playing in this match due to suspension, whilst Chris McCullough and Ramon Sessions are listed as doubtful for the visitors in this match.

PROBABLE TEAM:

Markieff Morris (Forward), Otto Porter Jr. (Forward), Marcin Gortat (Center), Bradley Beal (Guard), John Wall (Guard)

From the bench: Mike Scott, Kelly Oubre Jr. Tomas Satoransky, Tim Frazier, Ian Mahinmi

 

Key Players:

Toronto Raptors – Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan

Washington Wizards – Bradley Beal, John Wall

 

WAS VS TOR FANTASY TEAM:

INDIA FANTASY PREDICTION:

Considering how Toronto Raptors have been playing in home games this season, a home win looks a good bet in this match.

 

NOTE: THIS WAS VS TOR MATCH PREVIEW IS BASED ON OUR RESEARCH AND UNDERSTANDING FROM VARIOUS NEWS SOURCES. YOU CAN SELECT YOUR OWN PLAYING 11 ON THE BASIS OF TEAM NEWS.

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