NBA Key Players POR vs NOP, IND vs GSW
New Orleans Pelicans vs Portland Trail Blazers – key Players
New Orleans Pelicans –
Anthony Davis – He is New Orleans Pelicans' best player this season. The 25-year-old was selected first overall in the 2012 NBA draft by New Orleans.
This season his stock has risen even further as he is going toe-to-toe against James Harden for the NBA MVP award. The power forward is averaging 28.2 points per game this season, while he is assisting at the rate of 2.3 in 2017-18. While his rebounds are coming at 11.1 per game this season.
If you are a Dream11 player and if New Orleans Pelicans is playing, then this is the player you wouldn't want to miss.
Jrue Holiday – New Orleans Pelicans' 2nd best player is DeMarcus Cousins this season. But since he has been ruled out for the rest of the season, you can't include him in your Dream11 squad.
Jrue Holiday can be your pick if you want to replace Cousins in your fantasy team.
The 27-year-old Shooting-Guard has played 73 games this season and is averaging 19.0 points . While he is averaging rebounds and assists at 4.4 and 5.8 per game respectively this season.
Portland Trail Blazers-
Damian Lillard – The 27-year-old Point-Guard has been scoring heavily this season for Portland Trail Blazers. He has played 66 games for Blazers this season and is averaging 26.6 points per game in 2017-18. While his assists of 6.5 per game is also the best return in Blazers' ranks.
Select him in your team as he is the player that can make the difference for your Dream11 and Fantasy team aspirations.
J. McCollum – The 26-year-old Shooting guard has played in 72 games for Portland Trail Blazers this season. So you could see how valuable he is for Blazers as he hardly missed the matches this season.
While talking about his performance, he is averaging 21.8 points, 3.9 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game this season.
He can be your first pick if you are picking players for your Dream11 involving Portland Trail Blazers.
Golden State Warriors vs Indiana Pacers
Victor Oladipo – The 25-year-old Shooting-Guard has been in phenomenal form for Indiana Pacers this season. The Former Oklahoma City Thunder player has played in 68 games for Pacers this season and is averaging 23.2 points this season. While he is averaging assists and rebounds at 5.3 and 4.1 respectively.
Kevin Durant – Last year's NBA finals MVP, Kevin Durant has made Golden State Warriors even more formidable this season. The small forward is averaging 26.6 points this season, 0.2 points per game more than Stephen Curry. Though he is still a big doubt for this game, but if he plays in the game against Indiana Pacers, then expect him to be the best player in that game.