NBA Key Players- MIL vs GSW, SAS vs OKC
Updated on: Mar 29, 2018 6:46 pm IST
NBA Key Players MIL vs GSW, SAS vs OKC
Golden State Warriors vs Milwaukee Bucks
Golden State Warriors– MIL vs GSW
Quinn Cook, one of the most prominent players for Golden State Warriors is the right choice for every NBA Fantasy Dream11 enthusiast.
With Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green out through the first round of the playoffs, Quinn Cook would take on the responsibility of healing the ailing side of Golden State Warriors in their absence.
Quinn Cook who has played 24 matches this season could be a difference-maker this season. He is scoring at the rate of 7.4 points per game and with his average of 2.2 assists per game, he is definitely one of the star players of the side who can turn the tables in favour of the GSW.
The-former-reserve-turned starter, Nick Young has a lot to look forward to.
Having performed moderately in the beginning, Young has scored in double figures in six out of the seven team’s games, averaging 15.6. This is a remarkable surge from his earlier average of 7.3 points of the season.
Giannis Antetokounpo is arguably one of the best players of Milwaukee Bucks. Being already on the top spot for his team, Antetokounpo is one of the go-to players if you wish to build your Dream11 Fantasy team.
Having already racked up 27.2 Points per game at an average of 4.8 assist per game, Giannis Antetokounpo might be the game-changer for already dominant Milwaukee Bucks.
After missing 59 games last season owing to injury, Khris Middleton has returned to his best form.
The 6’8″ wing out of Charleston, South Carolina is a sharpshooter who can turn match in favour of the Milwaukee Bucks.
Khris Middleton is the second-leading scorer of Bucks this season with 20.1 points per game. Moreover, Middleton is playing exceotionally well for the team, sharing and moving the rock with others. This has given him a gain as he now possess 4.0 assists per game, just 0.2 off his career best.
San Antonio Spurs vs Oklahoma – SAS vs OKC
San Antonio Spurs
LaMarcus Aldridge has helped Spurs survive the shadow of Kawhi Leonard’s never-ending injury saga.
Alridge is averaging 23.1 points this season with 8.3 rebounds per game and 2.1 assists per game. His effective field goal percentile of 51.9 is his career-best.
Thus, LaMarcus Alridge is all set to give the spectators yet another thrilling experience in Friday’s game against Oklohama Thunder.
Rudy Gay performed exceptionally well by pitching in 10 points, five rebounds, one assist and one block across 19 minutes to outplay Wizards on 22 March.
The third-highest scorer for San Antonio Spurs, Rudy Gay can emerge as a match-winner for the side.
With his score of 11.1 points per game, he has managed to fetch 5.1 assist per game with an average of 1.3.
Oklahoma City Thunder
The tempers would certainly flare up when power-packed Oklohama City Thunders take on San Antonio Spurs.
With Russell Westbrook on their side, Oklahoma might come all guns blazing in the clash. The point guard who is well known to deceive his opponents with his impressive dunks, Westbrook is a force to reckon with. Westbrook is a six-time All-Star, two-time scoring champion and the current MVP. With his dominant score of 25.4 points per game, and an average of 10.2 assists per game, Russell Westbrook is certainly a key player of Oklohama City Thunder.
Paul George is a five-time NBA All-Star and has been named three times to the All-NBA Team and NBA All-Defensive Team.
Paul George is certainly a player to vouch for in if you are creating your Dream 11 for NBA.