Boston Celtics vs Milwaukee Bucks Dream11 Prediction: Dream11 Fantasy Tips for BOS vs MIL | Game 1 as TSR helps you form the best Dream11 team
Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics kick off the other half of the second round series’ in the eastern conference. The Bucks have been dominant against all the other 3 teams left in the Eastern Conference playoffs and they will look to keep up the dominance and get to the NBA finals, starting from this game 1 against Boston. Boston are the only team that have taken a game off the Bucks among the 3 teams of 76ers, Raptors and Celtics. They will look to repeat that tomorrow after a dominant series sweep against the Pacers.
Boston Celtics vs Milwaukee Bucks Dream11 Prediction(BOS vs MIL Dream11)
Irving is the only All-star on the Celtics and he has played that way so far in the playoffs. In his 4 games, Kyrie has averages of 22.5 points,4.5 rebounds, 7.8 assists, 1.3 steals and 0.8 blocks per game. That is a very impressive stat line, and what is more impressive is that Irving managed this in a series where only one game saw the two teams score above 100 points. The Bucks series might be more offensively oriented than defensively, and that will help Irving thrive even more.
Budget pick that wont play. If however you go for Tatum instead of Middleton (I won’t), you can replace him with Tim Frazier.
Bledsoe is priced 5 credits lower than Kyrie, but provides nearly identical value, albeit with a less chance of producing more explosiveness. He played an average of only 27 minutes per game in the 1st round, but his averages were off the chart with 19.3 points, 4 rebounds, 5.3 assists, 2 steals and 0.5 blocks per game. These numbers result in better value per credit than Kyrie which tells you why he should be an automatic pick.
Brown is the only decent pick here with good upside. Both Malcolm Brogdon and Marcus Smart are doubtful with injuries having missed all of the first round series of their respective teams. Jaylen Brown is priced at 10.5 but is nowhere near the consistency his price requires. Barring 2 out go the last 10 games, Sterling Brown averages 31 points per contest on D11. That has seen his price go up from the previous 6.5 credit to 9.5 credit, but even at this price point he is a steal given his 2.9 PPC over the last 10 games.
SF offers depth but also at high price in this series. Middleton, Tatum and Hayward all play good minutes for their teams and all are priced high. Hayward is returning to form after that horrible leg injury early last season, and that has lead to a lot of inconsistency. He can have 30 point games now and then that are great return for his 11 price, but he has more 15 point games than 30 point games which makes this pick greatly risky. Tatum on big nights gets 30 points, which is a 2PPC for him and he doesn’t get them with as much frequency as Middleton does, so Middleton takes the spot.
Giannis is the favorite for league MVP and his numbers prove his worth. In a series where Bucks were so comfortable that Giannis played only 28 minutes per game, he still averaged 26.3 points, 12 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 0.8 steals and 1.5 blocks per game. Those are mammoth numbers that will only go up in this closer series as he plays more minutes. Pick him and make him your star player, its a lock.
Mirotic has just returned from an injury and is therefore priced so low. He is a deadly 3 point shooter and those are the best players to put around Giannis. He also pulls in a lot of boards. Mirotic only played 15 minutes per game in the 1st round matchup, and that number will likely increase as we keep going further and so will his average of 7.5 points and 2 rebounds per game. At his 5.5 Cr price, that will be a steal.
Baynes isn’t the scorer or passer that Horford is, but Celtics have used him a lot in the paint against Giannis this season and found a lot of success. They will continue with that formula for game 1 at least. So at 6 Credits, Baynes will give a good number of points and boards to make him valuable to the team.
Star Player for BOS vs MIL Dream11 team:
Giannis Antetokounmpo or Kyrie Irving