ATL vs MIA Dream11 : Eastern Conference set to be taken alight today when Miami Heat and Atalanta Hawks go at loggerheads in a riveting affair.
The opening exchanges of the Eastern Conference have seen Miami Heat emerge as a behemoth of a side, an outfit which has ingrained in place riveting performances to find itself in the echelons of the conference. With three wins from four matches, the side currently occupy third place in the conference, a position they’ll be looking to further consolidate on when they meet Atlanta Hawks today.
And what will especially buoy the side ahead of the impending clash is the fact that this is the same outfit they had downed in their previous clash. With the two sided playing successive encounters against each other, Miami Heat managed to outshine their opponents of today in a humdinger of a contest one which was tantalising poised right till the closing stages before eventually swinging in Heat’s favour.
It handed Atalanta Hawks their second straight defeat of the season, seeing them slip to 6th place in the conference after having begun their season with aplomb with the two wins on the bounce. The side will not be massively deterred though with both of them being close wins, one of them a 105-103 defeat to Philadelphia 76ers with the unit knowing they are capable of turning around their current spree come today’s contest.
Probable Playing 5
- KZ Okpala and Dion Waiters both miss out for Miami Heat for this one with the two players yet to recover from their injury problems.
- Trae Young, Allen Crabbe, Chandler Parsons, Evan Turner and De’Andre Hunter are all set to be out for this encounter for the home side, part of a long injury pile for the outfit.
Bad Adebayo, Jimmy Butler, Meyers Leonard, Kendrick Nunn, Justise Winslow
John Collins, De’Andre Hunter, Alex Len, Cam Reddish, Trae Young
Match: Miami Heat Vs Atlanta Hawks
Date And Time: 1st November, Friday- 4:30am
Venue: Philips Arena, Atalanta
Television: Sony Ten 2, Six/HD
- Bad Adebayo, Kendrick Nunn
- De’Andre Hunter, Alex Len
- Justise Winslow: 21 Points
- Trae Young: 26.8 Points
Best Ball Stealer
- Bad Adebayo: 11 Rebounds
- John Collins: 9.3 Rebounds
ATL vs MIA Dream11 Point Guard
Miami Heat’s Goran Dragic has been picked up by us in this docket of our Dream 11 side with the player putting in a sold showing against Milwaukee Bucks. His side went onto eventually lose that clash but the player was in scintillating touch, running the play for his side to imbed in place a wondrous performance which saw him open up play and transition the ball from defence to attack for his side.
ATL vs MIA Dream11 Shooting Guard
When the two sides had met previously, Miami Heat’s Tyler Herro had stamped his authority on the league as he sent down 29 points despite featuring as a substitute. It was a stupendous display from the player, a performance which blew apart Atlanta Hawks as the player controlled the centre of the court for his side intertwining possession exquisitely to send treys with luscious ease.
We have the one player come into our side from the other side as well in the form of Allen Crabbe,
ATL vs MIA Dream11 Small Forward
Another substitute who laid his stake for a spot in Miami Heat’s playing 5 in that fixture was Jimmy Butler with the player shooting down 21 points to turn the fixture his side’s way. The power forward was not only immaculately placed outside the circle to find triples but used his versatile skill set he’s acquired to layup the ball as well for his counterparts eloquently.
We have Justise Winslow come into our Dream 11 side as well from the side with the player registering an average of 6 assists per match.
ATL vs MIA Dream11 Power Forward
Jabari Parker has been selected by us from Atalanta Hawks for this one owing to the dual nature of play he’ll be asked to carry out for his side. The power forward will not only send down doubles for his outfit today but be asked to get on the end of rebounds and deflections as well in defence and ensure his side are able to turnover possession and craft it into quick breaks.
ATL vs MIA Dream11 Centre
We begin with Ban Adebayo from Miami Heat with the player emerging as the most consistent and dependable performer for his side till now. He;s registered 11 rebounds per match for his side, latching onto the ball first to convert it into baskets, a flawless display which has seen his side’s attacking plays being materialised into points.
From the opposition we are moving in with Alex Len to wrap up our Dream 11 side for this encounter.
Adebayo has been made our side’s star player for this clash.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
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