Description: BD Vs FS Dream11 Team Overview, Match Centre And Probable Playing 5: Twelfth placed Fujian defy all odds to make an advent into today’s impending quarter-final
The last two weeks have seen Fujian Sturgeons completely rediscover themselves in CBA 2019-20. From floundering for a large part of the league and failing to make the cut into the top 12, the team went on a rampant winning spree in the culminating stage encounters to end up in 12th spot.
And the side ensured that it continued its fluent touch come the al important playoff encounter against Zhejiang Lions. Despite being up against a way superior side, the side manage to get its house in order at the right time with the team’s fight and character serving well for the club to see to peddle out an emphatic 132-119 win in its favour.
It’s a performance which instils colossal momentum in the side ahead of their forthcoming scrimmage against Beijing Ducks. The side will be put to the sword once again by Beijing Ducks who wrapped up their league stage encounter in fourth place, a side where Fujian will need to emulate the same guile and grit as they have put on show across the last couple of weeks.
BD Vs FS Dream11 Probable Winner
While Fujian’s recent showings bode well for them, we don’t see the side having enough in its tank to put down Beijing Ducks in this one. The team’s inability to bolster its defence infront of vicious attacking units has been a cause of dilemma for the club all across the course of the league, one which will lead to them being clobbered once again.
Probable Playing 5
Di, Zhu, Lin, Chou, Taruike
Ty, Chen, He, Wang, Huang
Match: Beijing Ducks Vs Fujian Quarter-Final 2
Date And Time: 2nd August, Sunday: 5:30pm
Venue: Arena, Beijing
- Lin: 16 Points
- Ty: 37 Points
Best Ball Stealer
- Fang: 10 Rebounds
- Wang: 13 Rebounds
Guangdong Vs Beijing Ducks: 101-82
Zhejiang Vs Fujian: 119-132
BD Vs FS Dream11 Picks
Had it not been for Ty Lawson, Fujian Sturgeons would have had no chance of pulling off a stunning win against the Lions in their last scrimmage. The player went on an icnredile rampage to put his opposition in jeopardy, a regal performance which entailed a staggering 37 points and 17 assists to see him win the clash for the side on his own merit.
Beijing Ducks’ Jeremy Lin took on league leaders Guangdong the last time around but the point guard ensured it didn’t deter him from pulling off a scrumptious showing. The player battered the opposition with 16 points, numbers which saw his usher his way a string of triples for the club.
At a measly 4.5 credits, Xiaohui Wang might just end up offering the best value in a side lined up with stalwarts. The small forward pulled off 16 points in his last outing, a performance which saw his demeanour when it comes to shooting treys serve the side fruitfully.
4 point, 3 assists and 5 rebounds despite frugal minutes against the league leaders saw Xiaochaun Di show everyone why he’s held in such high stature. A well endowed player, his versatile traits have transformed the side into such a formidable force to be reckoned with in the attacking facet.
Fujian Sturgeons see us venture in with the pick of Chen Linjian meanwhile with the player being crucial to the side’s triumph against the Lions. He registered a gargantuan 31 points for the side in that scrimmage, a showing which saw him nonchalantly shoot field points with a high conversion rate for the club.
Long-Mao Hu will be joining up with him for the fixture, a player who has become the first substitute his side has entrusted, a player whose ability to cajole his way points in the paint with his offhanded shots has served the side well at crucial junctures.
In a defensive unit which has largely failed in its aspirations of occulting shots and making life treacherous for attacking plays, He Zhongda has managed to stall tall amongst his counterparts. The player has shown the stomach for a fight with his steals and blocks seeing him take over the mantle of the side’s defensive ambit.
The opposition meanwhile will see us opt for the services of Taruike Jianiyou with the player capable of stepping back, feigning shots and using his handles to send down floating jump points.
A maverick 37-17 game winning double-double to his name sees Ty be our star player while Lin is the pro player.
Dream 11 Team
Ty, Lin, Wang, Di, Linjian, Hu, Zhu, Taruike
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