NBA Key Players CLE vs CHA, LAL vs DAL
Charlotte Hornets vs Cleveland Cavaliers – CLE vs CHA
LeBron James – The biggest name in NBA, and perhaps the best amongst the current crop of NBA players, this 34-year-old Small-forward is a no-nonsense pick for any NBA fantasy Dream11 lover.
The three-time NBA champion has won enough in his glittering career and doesn’t need to prove anything to cement his legendary status amongst the best in this sport.
The four-time MVP and three-time NBA finals MVP is 3rd on the list of players averaging most points this season. He is scoring at the rate of 27.4 points per game and with his average of 9.1 assists this season, he is also the highest provider for his team this season.
Definitely your star player in any given match-
Kevin Love – Though he suffered an inadvertent elbow to his face and is said to be in some pain following the Cavs’ 98-79 loss to the Heat, and his inclusion depends on the game-time decision, if he plays, he can be the game-changer.
But if you exclude him from your squad and he plays, then the chances of you winning your Dream11 match will go bleak. He has been one of the star performers for Cleveland Cavaliers this season and his stats show that he should be in your fantasy team on any given day.
The 29-year-old Power Forward is racking up 17.7 points and 9.2 rebounds this season and is too big a key player
Kemba Walker – Chosen ninth overall in the 2011 NBA draft, Kemba Walker is one of the most consistent performers in Charlotte Hornets’ roster.
The 27-year-old point-guard touched the new heights in the 2016-17 season when he averaged 23.2 points in the regular season. The two-time NBA All-Star’s stock has increased even further this season as he is leading the points and rebounds chart for his team.
He has played 73 games this season and is averaging 23.1 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 5.7 assists per game in 2017-18.
So if you are thinking about making your fantasy Dream11 XI, then he is the key player that can help you accumulate good points.
Dwight Howard – He may have given his golden years to Orlando Magic or Los Angeles Lakers, but the eight-time NBA All-Star is still a high-performing machine in Charlotte.
The 32-year-old center is the 2nd best-performing Basketball player for Hornets and is averaging 16.7 points this season. While his rebounds contribution of 12.4 per game, is first in that category for Charlotte Hornets.
You may not want to leave this NBA key player-
Los Angeles Lakers vs Dallas Mavericks – LAL vs DAL
Brandon Ingram – Los Angeles Lakers may be struggling this season, but their future looks bright because of the number of young talent they have in their ranks. One of their prized-assets is Brandon Ingram.
The20-year-old Small Forward is Lakers’ best player this season as he is averaging 16.2 points in 2017-18. He has played 57 games for his team so far and is accumulating 5.4 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game this season.
A big player, for sure-
Julius Randle – Just like Ingram Julius Randle is still too young to be called a finished product. He is still 23 and considering how long an NBA player can play at his peak, he has lots of room to develop.
The North Carolina born Small Forward is scoring at the rate of 16.2 this season, and his rebound contribution of 8.2 is the best for Lakers this season.
Dallas Mavericks –
Harrison Barnes – The former Golden State Warriors switched his loyalty to Dallas Mavericks at the start of 2016 season, and by the look of his stats this season you can say, he has made a good career decision to fulfill his untapped talent.
The 25-year old Small Forward is first on the list of scoring points for his points and is averaging 18.8 points this season. While his contribution of 6.3 rebounds is also the best in that aspect.
Dennis Smith Jr. – The 20-year-old guard is also unmissable if Dallas Mavericks are playing and you are creating your Dream11 for NBA.
He is having the best season of his short new career and is averaging points at 15.2 for his team.