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

MEM vs. GSW Dream11: The NBA Playoffs are in full swing now and in a few days, we’ve seen 16 teams cut down to eight and from there we’re down to just four and eventually the bottom two. But before that, this Second Round promises to be fun and in this game, the West Semifinalists, Memphis Grizzlies, will host the Golden State Warriors.

The Grizzlies showed their best skills in Round 1 when they beat the Timberwolves in the last game and won the series 4-2. They’ll be itching to go up against the Warriors’ elite perimeter shooting. On the other hand, the Warriors won four to one against the Nuggets in what was mostly a one-sided series as the Warriors showed early dominance. The Warriors will be tough on both sides and start as favorites against the Grizzlies.

Host: Memphis Grizzlies
Visitors: Golden State Warriors

Match schedule: May 2 at 01:00 (+05:30 UTC)
Venue of events: FedEx Forum

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The Grizzlies’ perimeter shooting was terrible last series and it will be interesting to see how they respond against another tough perimeter defense on the Warriors. However, they also showed their prowess in the paint and their internal offense looks much better than the Warriors right now. Still, Grizz will need to take outside shots and they will especially need Ja Morant to complete the score sheet.

One area the Grizzlies can certainly be dangerous in is forcing turnovers. The Warriors are already a team that can be susceptible to making some tough angled passes, and the Grizzlies’ elite defense knows how to get their hands on the basketball. The Grizzlies’ shot-blocking skills have also been amazing, but I think the Warriors can take advantage of Jaren Jackson’s tendency to draw a lot of fouls.

For the Warriors, the duo of Steph Curry and Klay Thompson will be ready to unleash a flurry of shots. Curry is an incredible scorer and we know what he can do if he gets going. Historically, Conference Semis and Finals have been high-performance platforms. On the other hand, Wiggins will be key as a two-way forward facing the Grizzlies’ Dillon Brooks, while Draymond should be ready to contain Desmond Bane’s perimeter shot and also the strong driving game put up by Morant and Jackson.

Peak Performance Predictions
Top rebounder: Ja Morant: 10
Top scorer: Ja Morant: 32
Top assist dealer: Ja Morant: 10
Score Prediction: Grizzlies 114 Warriors 110

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.
  • Steven Adams is QUESTIONABLE.
  • ziarie williams is QUESTIONABLE.

The Grizzlies are expected to be the starting five
Defensive Specialist: PF: Jaren Jackson Jr.
Two-Way Wing: SF: Dillon Brooks
Inside Presence: C: Xavier Tillman
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.

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 Scorer: PG: Jordan Poole

BANK: PG: Stephen Curry, Kevon Looney, Otto Porter Jr., Gary Payton II, Damion Lee, Nemanja Bjelica, Juan Toscano-Anderson, Chris Chiozza, Moses Moody,

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Ja Morant(MEM)
Points: 17
Rebounds: 08
Assists: 11
Blocks: 01
Steals: 01
PG Morant has been a huge factor overall, but he shot under 40% from the field and under 20% from 3-point range, but he was huge in assists and rebounds. He thinks he will be at 26-33 points, 9-13 assists and 7-10 rebounds. He can be chosen as a Star Player / Pro in the Dream 11 NBA Fantasy script.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 30-48

Stephen Curry (GSW)
Points: 30
Rebounds: 05
Assists: 05
Steals: 02
Curry made about 50% of his shots against the Nuggets in the first round and has done an amazing job scoring early on. He expects a range of 27-34 points, 4-7 rebounds/assists.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 32-44

Jaren Jackson Jr. (MEM)
Points: 18
Rebounds: 14
Assists: 01
Blocks: 02
Steals: 01
After being in a bad mood for most games in the last series, Jackson nailed three of his six attempts from the outside and had a solid game overall. He needs to avoid foul trouble and if he does, I expect a range of 12-18 points, 7-11 rebounds and 1-3 blocks.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 25-35

Desmond Bane (MEM)
Points: 23
Rebounds: 07
Assists: 01
Blocks: 01
Steals: 01

Sharpshooter Bane nailed 27 3-pointers in the last drive and that’s a promising sign for a Grizzlies team that has struggled from the outside. I expect a range of 22-26 points here.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 22-30

Klay Thompson (GSW)
Points: 15
Rebounds: 09
Assists: 03
Steals: 04
Blocks: 01

The two-guard Klay made 22 3-pointers in five games on a 43% 3-point line while shooting close to 50% and doing a great job overall. I think he will be in the 21-25 point range here.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 25-33

Dramond Green (GSW)
Points: 11
Rebounds: 02
Assists: 06
Blocks: 03
Steals: 01
Defensive forward Draymond is an all-around threat and makes a huge difference for the Warriors. He think he will be at 7-12 points, 5-8 rebounds, 4-7 assists, 1-2 steals/blocks range.
Expected Fantasy Point Range: 23-38


    • Jordan Poole (GSW) had 8 points, 4 assists, 2 rebounds, 1 robbery in the last game. Guard Poole had two tough games in the last series but has shown the ability to be an effective iso threat. I expect a range of 14-22 points here.
      Expected Fantasy Point Range: 24-36
  • Dillon Brooks (MEM) had 23 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 robbery in the last game. Two-way wing Brook was inconsistent on the last drive but shot 5/6 from 3 in the last game. I think he will be in the 12-17 point range here.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 25-34
  • Andrew Wiggins (GSW) had 12 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block in the last game. Two-way wing Andrew has been a bit inconsistent, but I think he’s going to be a big factor here. I think he will be in the range of 14-19 points and 4-6 rebounds.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 18-29
  • Brandon Clarke (MEM) had 17 points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 blocks in the last game. Power forward Clarke was on fire in the series against the Timberwolves as both a scorer and rebounder. I expect a range of 10-16 points and 6-10 rebounds here.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 30-42
  • Tyus Jones (MEM) had 10 points, 4 assists, 1 rebound, 1 robbery in the last game. Guard Tyus puts in quality minutes off the bench both as a scorer and as a playmaker. I think he will be in the range of 7-11 points and 3-5 assists.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 16-25
  • Gary Payton II (GSW) had 15 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 robberies in last game Gary is an excellent defender and can see a comeback in minutes if Jordan is out. I think he’ll be in a 4-9 point, 1-2 steal range.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 6-18
  • Kyle Anderson (MEM) had 4 points, 3 rebounds, 1 block, 1 steal in the last game. Wing Anderson has been an excellent all-around player and I see him at 4-8 points, 3-5 rebounds and 2-3 assist range.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 7-17
  • Xavier Tillman (MEM) had 2 points, 3 rebounds in the last game. With Adams out of the rotation, Tillman gets about 15 minutes a game. He expects a range of 2-6 points and 3-5 rebounds.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 5-14
  • Otto Porter Jr. (GSW) had 3 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists in the last game. Forward Otto is an excellent rebounder and defender, but his attack has failed. He can be in 3-8 points, 4-7 rebounds and 1-2 steals/blocks range.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 9-19
  • John Konchar (MEM) had 6 rebounds, 1 robbery in the last game. Konchar is usually a rebounding threat, playing around 10 minutes. I expect a range of 3-6 rebounds.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 5-10
  • Kevin Looney (GSW) had 4 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists in the last game. Center Kevon now comes off the bench. I think he will be in the range of 2-6 points and 4-7 rebounds.
    Expected Fantasy Point Range: 6-16

MEM vs. GSW Dream11

PG: Curry S (PP)T Jones, J Morant (SP)
SG: K Thompson

SF:D Brooks
FP: D Green
C: K Looney, X Tillman Sr.

PG: T Jones, J Morant (SP)
SG: K Thompson, D Bane

SF: D Brooks, A Wiggins
FP: D Green (PP)
C: X Tillman Sr.

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