WAS vs MIA Dream11 Prediction NBA Live Fantasy Basketball Dream11 Team, Top Picks and Tips for Washington Wizards vs Miami Heat

Updated on: Feb 7, 2022 9:14 pm IST

  • Corey Kispert guarding Kyle Kuzma WAS vs MIA Dream11

    WAS vs MIA Dream11: NBA trade deadline is nearing and well, the rumour mill has kept on churning for a long time now. With the way things are going, the scenarios are going to shift and with players and management both requiring changes, there can be so many moves being pulled off. One of the teams here in the Washington Wizards can also be in the play to work out some trades.

    They will meet the Miami Heat in an Eastern Conference match-up. Wizards have lost 28 games and have won 24 games, losing seven of the last eight games and in tatters as of now. With Beal out, the team has lost the offensive side as well. Kyle Kuzma has been doing a job at the wing both in terms of scoring and rebounding end. However, the overall balance has been disturbed and the team has lost the plot.

    On the other hand, the Heat has been playing a high standard of basketball throughout the season. They have 14 more wins than losses and their production is already way better than the last season. Heat has been one of the deepest teams all season long and they have the potential to be even better. Can the team make a deep postseason run this season?

    Host: Washington Wizards
    Visitors: Miami Heat

    Match Timing: 8 February, @ 05:30 AM
    Venue: Capital One Arena

    NBA Projections, Stats & Analysis

    Wizards: Will they make some trades?
    Wizards may make some trades soon considering how poorly they have played since mid-November and coach Wes Unseld has been unable to unlock the full potential of this lineup. The biggest concern has been the form of Spencer Dinwiddie, who keeps misfiring from the field. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has been doing well but in the overall scheme, he is not someone through whom you can run the offense. The Center position has been in disarray and Montrezl Harrell has done well off the bench but the overall balance has been disturbed.

    Corey Kispert and Deni Advija are two young wings but they have some ways to go before becoming enforcers. I’d argue that the team can try a starting unit of three wings with Advija, Kispert, and Kuzma at wing positions, Spencer at the one-guard and Hachimura in the middle in a small-ball scheme with Caldwell-Pope, Neto, and Harrell in the second unit or perhaps Advija, Caldwell-Pope, Dinwiddie, Hachimura, and Bryant in the first unit. But yes, the current combinations have not brought in the desired results. However, will the current unit even stick together after the trade deadline?

    Heat: Depth is the key
    The Heat has rather built a deep team, stitching together both a formidable main five and a deep bench. The core of Butler, Adebayo, Herro, and Robinson saw the addition of Tucker and Lowry in the offseason. Two defensive-minded players who have boosted the current balance of the Miami outfit. The thing is with both of these players you also get vocal leadership and endless hustle, there is no doubt that having two players in your team with championship experience can help in building quality habits. And at the end of the day, an 82-game season for a team means building strong habits.

    So, it begs the question, what about the postseason fortunes? I think at this point, Heat fans will dream about making Eastern Conference Finals. And why not! They are at the top of the Eastern Conference. Now, it isn’t like that the race is done, the first spot is pretty much open and the race is only becoming more intense between the Heat, Cavaliers, Bulls, Bucks, and Sixers. However, the rest of the teams lack the bench depth of this squad so the Heat can end up defending their current spot. Can the Heat keep going on the current rhythm?

    Miami Heat | Washington Wizards

    Games: 54 | 52
    Wins: 34 | 24
    Defeats: 20 | 28

    Washington Wizards vs Miami Heat NBA Live, Team News and Lineups

    Washington Wizards Team News

    • Bradley Beal is going to be OUT for some weeks.

    Wizards Expected Starting Five
    Frontline: PF: Kyle Kuzma | C: Thomas Bryant
    Guards: SG: Aaron Holiday| SG: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope | PG: Spencer Dinwiddie

    Bench: Rui Hachimura, Raul Neto, Deni Advija, Montrezl Harrell, Davis Bertans, Corey Kispert, Isaiah Todd.

    Miami Team News

    • Markieff Morris, KZ Okpala are OUT For the game
    • Victor Oladipo is OUT and with no timetable to return.
    • Max Strus, Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro, Caleb Martin are QUESTIONABLE for the game

    Heat Expected Starting Five
    Wings/Forwards: SF: Jimmy Butler(QUESTIONABLE) | PF: PJ Tucker
    Middle: C: Bam Adebayo
    Guards: SG: Duncan Robinson | PG: Kyle Lowry

    Miami Heat Bench: Max Strus(QUESTIONABLE), Tyler Herro(QUESTIONABLE), DeWayne Dedmon, Gabe Vincent, Caleb Martin(QUESTIONABLE), Udonis Haslem, Marcus Garrett, Kyle Guy.

    NBA Scores, Fantasy Basketball Top Picks

    Bam Adebayo(MIA)
    Points: 20
    Rebounds: 12
    Assists: 03
    Steals: 03

    Adebayo has been a physical and athletic Center for the Heat and has all-around abilities. He has been in the 18-20 points and 11-12 rebounds range on a regular basis. Bam can be chosen as a Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 NBA Fantasy scenario.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 37-51

    Kyle Kuzma(WAS)
    Points: 09
    Rebounds: 06
    Assists: 01
    Blocks: 02
    Kyle shot just 3/12 from the floor in the last game, but he has been rather the most dependable scorer especially with Beal out. Kuzma can be expected to score 20-25 points and grab 7-12 rebounds a game regularly.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 33-46

    Jimmy Butler(MIA)
    Points: 27
    Rebounds: 06
    Assists: 04
    Blocks: 01
    Butler is one of the best all-around wings for a long time now and he has done a great job at keeping the tempo up. Butler has been in the 20+ points, 5+ rebounds, and 4 or more assists a game regularly.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 38-49

    Spencer Dinwiddie(WAS)
    Points: 04
    Rebounds: 02
    Assists: 03
    Dinwiddie is having a troubled season and his efficiency has decreased quite a bit since mid-November. Still, I expect the guard to bounce back soon in be in the 11-17 points and 4-8 assists a game regularly.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 20-30

    Montrezl Harrell(WAS)
    Points: 15
    Rebounds: 07
    Assists: 02
    Montrezl has continued to be an effective Center off the bench and his ability to scrap points inside and grab rebounds is huge for a flailing Wizards team. He has usually been in the 13-18 points and 5-8 rebounds range.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 23-33

    Kyle Lowry(MIA)
    Points: 09
    Rebounds: 02
    Assists: 06
    Steals: 04
    Kyle has been doing a great job this season and he held the fort when Butler and Adebayo were out. The premier guard has scored around 7-14 points and has dished 5+ assists quite a bit this season.
    Expected Fantasy Points Range: 24-36
    Kyle Lowry passing WAS vs MIA Dream11


    • PJ Tucker(MIA) had 5 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists in the last game. The Forward has been one of the biggest defenders in the league. PJ has been in the 8-12 points range recently.
    • Rui Hachimura(WAS) had 4 points, 6 rebounds in the last game. Hachimura’s season has derailed largely due to injury which has reduced his role. Hachimura hasn’t scored more than 11 points in any game recently and his rebounding numbers are down too.
    • Deni Avdija(WAS) had 6 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal in the last game. The sophomore has been in the above range usually.
    • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope(WAS) had 8 points, 1 rebound, 2 steals in the last game. Caldwell Pope has largely been in the 8-14 points range recently.
    • Duncan Robinson(MIA) had 3 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds in the last game. Duncan has had a bunch of tough shooting games. He has been in single figures, 10s, and 20s alternately.
    • Corey Kispert(WAS) had 5 points, 4 rebounds in the last game. The rookie largely has been in the 5-7 points and 3-6 rebounds range lately.
    • Aaron Holiday(WAS) had 11 points, 3 assists, 1 rebound, 1 steal in the last game. Aaron has been in the 2-3 points range but did have a strong 5/10 shooting night versus the Suns.
    • Gabe Vincent(MIA) had 7 points, 1 assist in the last game. A 7-11 points range can be expected from the guard.
    • Thomas Bryant(WAS) had 5 points, 4 rebounds in the last game. Bryant has been in the 5-11 points and has clasped around 4 rebounds a game.
    • Raul Neto(WAS) had 9 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists in the last game. Raul has scored 9 points in the last two games.
    • Dewayne Dedmon(MIA) had 6 points, 9 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 block in the last game. Dedmon has been in the 5-9 points and 4-5 rebounds range usually.

    WAS vs MIA Dream11 Team

    (If Butler plays)
    PG: G Vincent Nnamdi
    SG: D Robinson
    SF: J Butler(SP), D Avdija
    PF: P Tucker, K Kuzma
    C:    M Harrell, B Adebayo(PP)

    (If Butler doesn’t play)
    PG: K Lowry
    SG: D Robinson
    SF: K Caldwell-Pope, D Avdija
    PF: P Tucker, K Kuzma(PP)
    C:    M Harrell, B Adebayo(SP)
    Deni Advija layup WAS vs MIA Dream11

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