Golden State Warriors vs Toronto Raptors Dream11 Prediction: Dream11 Fantasy Tips for GSW vs TOR as TSR helps you with Dream 11 for NBA Finals Game 5
Golden State Warriors vs Toronto Raptors Game Dream 11
The Warriors dynasty is on the brink and all eyes are on Kevin Durant and whether he can be the hero the Warriors need, but one they don’t deserve. Since the Warriors championship in 2018,
Durant was mocked by his GM, told straight up he wasn’t as important to the team as Steph Curry, called a b*tch by Draymond Green who said they could win this Chmapionship without him and most recently has been hearing that the Warriors were better without him from fans, some of whom are Warrior fans.
The latest whispers about the team being frustrated that he hasn’t returned form injury, to bail them out is just another in the long line of insults that have been thrown at Durant, who if one stop vilifying him for just long enough, seems to have been incredibly poise in the light of all that.
Durant was back practicing with the team on Sunday night, so there’s no telling if he is or isn’t playing game 5, but he has been upgraded to questionable and seems to be moving fine when seen off court. With the series on the line and the progress KD has made, all signs seem to point to a return to the court for KD, even if he doesn’t play 40+ minutes.
As probably a top-3 player in the world (maybe even the best), KD doesn’t need 40 minutes to seriously change the dynamics of this series and can have a huge impact with 28-32 minutes on the court.
KD is a gamble but at 20 points he has massive potential to be a change maker and he is a lock. Steph Curry is the other lock for the Warriors in this game. Curry had a quiet game 4 after a lung busting solo act in game 3 but the rest now should have done him wonders.
Curry needs to step up now or have his legacy permanently be tainted due to the Finals struggles he has had (compared to his ridiculously high standards otherwise).
From the Raptors Fred VanVleet has been an unlikely source of points and hard nosed defense and his Dream 11 return also is a net positive with close to 97 points for the series, at 8Cr price giving him nearly 3PPC in the finals. While VanVleet has been close to 3PPC another less fancied Raptor has been putting in similar numbers.
Danny Green is priced lower at 7 Credits and has returned over 82 points giving him a 2.93 PPC. Both make value picks with high returns and are locks on this team.
Kawhi Leonard is right now the lock-in finals MVP and its with good reason. With 222 points in 4 games, Leonard has the highest points of anyone in the finals and an average of 55.5 points per game. Even at his 23 Credit price that is great value with a lock for Star Player.
Power Forward is where we go cheap with Draymond Green gradually losing steam and his offensive output shuddering to a halt. Chris Boucher is our filler pick here.
At the Center spot we have Looney, the Warriors best center in the playoffs, the role further cemented as DeMarcus Cousins has faded after his spotlight moment in game 2. Looney had a good game after missing out on game 3 due to injury and will be eager to show more with game 5 possibly being his last game before hitting Free Agency market this summer.
Serge Ibaka has gradually grown in confidence in this series with each passing game. After a monster game 3 on the defensive end where he blocked 6 shots, Ibaka showed the offensive versatility that had once made him one of the best Centers in the league.
Ibaka is priced a bit on the high end at 9.5 Credits, but the Warriors haven’t figured out how to guard him out of pick and roll yet and he will keep punishing them on both ends if they cant find that answer soon.
- Kawhi Leonard
- Kevin Durant
- Steph Curry