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GSW vs MEM Dream11 Prediction NBA Live Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies

GSW vs. MEM Dream11: The NBA Playoffs are in full swing and we have already witnessed some extraordinary battles. The Eastern Conference has seen the 76ers close in after beating the Heat and making the series one-two, while the Celtics and Bucks are tied one apiece. In the Western Conference, the Mavericks made it a one-two series. And now we’re heading into the most interesting Playoff series in my opinion, as the Golden State Warriors host the Memphis Grizzlies.

The Grizzlies lost the first game but in the last game, their defense and a shot from Ja Morant carried them to a 106:101 win. Once again, the match went to the dying seconds, and Ja Morant’s ability to close out the match was in full swing. The Warriors shot terribly from long range and Klay Thompson was once again out of place. Will we witness another very exciting affair?

Host: Golden State Warriors
Visitors: Memphis Grizzlies

Match schedule: May 8 at 06:00 (+05:30 UTC)
Venue of events: chase center

NBA projections, statistics and analysis

delicious series

Two games, two thrillers. I knew this series would start that way considering how close these two teams are. To be honest, we haven’t seen the best scoring balance yet, especially from the Grizzlies team, a team that becomes too dependent on Ja Morant and loses the scoring balance at times, which was the strength of the team when Morant went down. This is because Bane has had little impact on offense and Jaren Jackson continues to be erratic.

But the Warriors also shot terribly from long range in the last game. Thompson has now had two below-average performances, but Poole and Thompson have done well. The problem with the Warriors is that they have a tendency to take bad shots and sometimes when pushing the ball they commit too many turnovers, as 18 of them explained in the last game. Another problem for the Warriors has been that the team isn’t closing out well, and even though they won Game 1, it was a pretty ugly win.

And so was Game 2 as an ugly win for the Grizzlies. Thanks to Morant, who nearly scored 50 points and showed one of his best games all season, but I don’t think this approach will help the Grizzlies win the series. The team’s bench has seen some inspiring play from Melton, but while Brandon Clarke remains a strong presence, his play isn’t as effective as it was against the Wolves. Will you see another close issue here? Will we see more expulsions?

Peak Performance Predictions

Leading rebounder: Jaren Jackson: 10
Top scorer: Stephen Curry: 34
Top assist dealer: Ja Morant: 10
Score Prediction: Warriors 116 Grizzlies 113

Memphis Grizzlies vs. Golden State Warriors NBA Live, team news and lineups

Memphis Grizzlies News

  • Killian Tille is OUT for the game.
  • Santi Aldama is OUT for the game.
  • dillon brooks It’s out.

The Grizzlies are expected to be the starting five
Defensive Specialist: PF: Jaren Jackson Jr.
Full Wing: SF: Kyle Anderson
Inside Presence: C: Xavier Tillman
Elite Three Point Shooting Guard: SG: Desmond Bane
Top scorer and attacking midfielder: PG: Ja Morant

BANK: Brandon Clarke, DeAnthony Melton, Tyus Jones, John Konchar, Yves Pons, Jarrett Culver, Tyler Terry.

Golden State Warriors Team News

  • James Wisemann he is OUT for this game and is done for the season.
  • Andre Iguodala is OUT for this match.
  • Gary Payton II is OUT for the game.

The starting five of the Warriors were expected
Two-Way Wing: SF: Andrew Wiggins
Defensive anchor and complete forward: PF: Draymond Green
Highest Scorer: PG: Stephen Curry
Off-Ball Perimeter Threat: SG: Klay Thompson
Isolation Threat: PG: Jordan Poole

BANK: Kevon Looney, Otto Porter Jr., Damion Lee, Nemanja Bjelica, Juan Toscano-Anderson, Chris Chiozza, Moses Moody,

NBA results, best fantasy basketball picks

Ja Morant(MEM)
Points: 47
Rebounds: 08
Assists: 08

Steals: 03
Morant inserted 15 of his 31 attempts in the last game and has been the sole focus on the Grizzlies’ offensive end, being on fire. He expects 30-36 points, 6-9 assists/rebounding range. He can be chosen as a Star Player / Pro in the Dream 11 NBA Fantasy script.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 40-59

Stephen Curry (GSW)
Points: 27
Rebounds: 09
Assists: 08
Steals: 01
Curry has been a bit of a rebel when it comes to shooting, missing eight of his 11 attempts from the field, but he’s still an integral factor. He expects a range of 27-37 points, 5-8 assists and 4-7 rebounds.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 32-44

Jaren Jackson Jr. (MEM)
Points: 12
Rebounds: 08
Assists: 01
Blocks: 02
After a brilliant night of 6/9 3-point shooting in Game 1, Jaren shot a measly 3/14 in the final game, providing elite defense. He expects 14-19 points, 7-11 rebounds and a 1-3 block range here.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 25-44

Desmond Bane (MEM)
Points: 05
Rebounds: 06
Assists: 01
Bane has made just two of his nine shots from deep in the two games and hasn’t been as much of a factor in the offense as he usually is. I expect a range of 13-20 points and 3-6 rebounds.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 22-30

Jordan Poole (GSW)
Points: 20
Rebounds: 03
Assists: 05
Poole made eight of his 16 shots in Game 2, but made just one of his six attempts from long range and has done well sharing the ball. I expect a range of 20-26 points and 4-7 assists.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 25-33

Dramond Green (GSW)
Points: 06
Rebounds: 10
Assists: 07
Blocks: 01
Draymond is one of the best defenders in the league while also being a great rebounder and providing elite plays. He thinks he will be in the range of 6-10 points, 6-10 rebounds and 5-8 assists.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 23-38

MEM vs. GSW DREAM11 LINE BALANCER

  • Klay Thompson (GSW) had 12 points, 3 assists, 2 rebounds, 3 robberies in the last game. Two-guard Klay shot just 2/12 from 3-point range in the last game and has so far been led astray. I expect a range of 17-22 points here.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 24-36
  • Andrew Wiggins (GSW) had 16 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal, 1 block in the last game. Andrew shot only one of his seven 3-pointers in the last game, but his rebounding and defense have made a big difference. He thinks he will be at 13-18 points, 6-9 rebounds and 1-2 blocks/steals range.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 18-29
  • Brandon Clarke (MEM) had 10 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block in the last game. Clarke shot 4/4 from the field in the last game and has had a solid postseason run. He thinks he will be in the range of 11-16 points and 4-8 rebounds.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 30-42
  • De’Anthony Melton (MEM) had 3 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 blocks, 2 steals in the last game. De’Anthony shot just 1/5 from the ground, but brought a lot of activity off the bench. He expects a range of 5-10 points, 4-7 rebounds and 1-3 steals/blocks.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 16-25
  • Kyle Anderson (MEM) had 5 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 robbery in the last game. Anderson can start here since Brooks won’t play. I expect a range of 4-7 points, 3-6 rebounds and 1-2 steals.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 7-17
  • Ziairie Williams(MEM) had 14 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist in the last game. Williams shot four of eight from 3-point range and had 28 minutes in Brooks’s absence. I expect a range of 6-9 points here.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 5-14
  • Otto Porter Jr. (GSW) had 4 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 robbery in the last game. Otto shot just 1/4 in the last game, but continued to provide top-notch rebounding and defense. I expect a range of 4-8 points and 5-9 rebounds.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 9-19
  • Tyus Jones (MEM) had 3 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 robberies in the last game. Tyus misses a beat when he’s on the bench and he shot just 1/7 in the last game. I expect a range of 3-7 points and 2-4 assists here.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 5-10
  • Kevin Looney (GSW) had 4 points, 4 rebounds in the last game. Kevon is in the backup role and I’m expecting a 4-6 point, 4-5 rebound range here.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 6-16
  • Jonathan Kuminga (GSW) had 9 points, 4 rebounds in the last game. Kuminga shot 3/7 from the floor and I expect a range of 4-8 points and 3-5 rebounds.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 6-16
  • John Konchar (MEM) had 1 assist in the last game. John is a defense and rebounding specialist. He expects a range of 2-4 points and 3-6 rebounds.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 5-10

MEM vs. GSW Dream11

(Recommended)
PG: Curry S (PP), J Morant (SP)
SG: D. Melton

SF: O Porter, A Wiggins
FAQ: J Kuminga
C: J Jackson, D Green

(Alternate)
PG: Curry S (SP)
SG: D Bane, D Melton, K Thompson
SF: A Wiggins

FAQ: J Kuminga
C: J. Jackson, D Green (PP)

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