NBA Key Players – 

A total of two NBA matches are listed in Dream11 for the fixtures to be played on March 23, 2018. The first match will be played between Houston Rockets and Detroit Pistons, while in other game, Sacramento Kings host Atlanta Hawks at Golden 1 Center, California.

As you know each NBA team can have a maximum of 15 players, 13 of which can be active in each game, while only five can start the game. So on paper, a total of 52 players will be in contention for the 20 starting places in those two games.

But Basketball is quite different to Football, and despite not having any serious issues, a player who doesn’t start may end up playing more minutes than the player who starts the match. So it can be an arduous job to figure out the key players to include in your fantasy XI or Dream XI.

Having said that, there are some kay players who are destined to make an impact. They will definitely start provided nothing inauspicious happen to the players i.e. injury. We give you the stats for why they should be included in your teams as well.

 

HOU VS DET NBA Regular Season Dream11 Basketball Prediction Fantasy Team News

Houston Rockets vs Detroit Pistons

Match Timing – Tomorrow, March 23, 05:30 AM IST

Venue – Toyota Center, Houston

Key Players –

 

James Harden – A sure-shot for MVP award come the end of the season and the most improved player in the 2017-18 season.

If the last season was everything about Russell Westbrook’s one-man show performance for Oklahoma City Thunder, and his imperious tilt at Oscar Robertson’s long-held triple-doubles scored in a single season, which Westbrook eventually broke with his last gasp 36-foot jumper against Detroit, Harden is all about racking up points and just points this season.

The 28-year-old Point Guard is leading the points chart and is averaging 31.2 this season. He is the only player to be averaging in the thirties this season.

It’s not only points, but his distribution to his teammates is as effective as his precious points which see his team leading the NBA Western Conference by a massive four games. He is 3rd in the assists charts and is distributing at 8.7 per game, behind only reigning MVP Westbrook and all-time great LeBron James, not a bad legion to follow.

The former Oklahoma City Thunder man is also averaging 5.7 rebounds per game this season. So he is too big a key player to miss out and must in your Dream11 or Fantasy Team at all cost. His overall distribution means, you can make him your star player.

 

Clint Capela – When you have James Harden in your team, it’s really difficult to make a name for yourself and outperform the MVP-elect Mr. Beard, record-breaking point-guard.

But Clint Capela has managed to do just that in one department for Rockets this season. The 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m), Swiss is averaging 10.9 rebounds, while his contribution of 14.1 points per game makes him Rockets’ 4th highest scorer this season.

A big NBA key player for your NBA Dream11 / Fantasy team.

 

SAC vs ATL NBA Regular Season Dream11 Basketball Prediction Fantasy Team News

Sacramento Kings vs Detroit Pistons

Match Timing – Tomorrow, March 23, 07:30 AM IST

Venue – Golden 1 Center, California

 

Dennis Schroder – The 24-year-old German was always hailed as the next big thing ever since he was picked by Atlanta Hawks in the 2013 NBA draft. But he failed to impress in his first season in the biggest Basketball league in the world.

However, despite Atlanta Hawks reeling in the last position in Eastern Conference, the Braunschweig born point-guard is one of the few positives for Hawks this season.

He is averaging 19.5 points, the best in Hawks’ ranks, while his average of 6.2 assists is also the best for Atlanta in 2017-18.

And after his 40-point magical performance against Utah Jazz, it’s high time that you include him in your Dreamm11 / fantasy squad. He could be a perfect support-cast for James Harden in your team.

A big NBA key player for your NBA Dream11 / Fantasy team.

 

Zach Randolph – A seasoned-player who has been playing in NBA since 2001 when he was selected by Portland Trail Blazers in that year’s NBA draft.

As they say, age is just a number, and in Randolph’s case, it is as true as truth itself. The 36-year-old Power forward is outperforming the young generation of Sacramento Kngs this season.

The former New York Knicks player is averaging 14.5 points, the best for Kings this season, and his distribution of 6.7 rebounds per game is 2nd only to Willie Cauley-Stein who is racking up at the rate of 6.9 for his team.

So he can be your key player for your Dream11 / Fantasy 11 aspirations.