Milwaukee Bucks vs Detroit Pistons Dream11 Prediction: Dream11 Fantasy Tips for DET vs MIL as The SportsRush helps you form the best Dream 11 team.
Bucks play their 4th and possibly final 1st round game in Motor City early morning tomorrow as Giannis and crew look to get their first round sweep done as Boston awaits them in round two, having already got their sweep in. The Pistons missed Blake Griffin in the first two games on the road but got him back for game 3. Although Griffin did not look in the best shape coming into the game he still was dominant scoring 27 points to go with 7 rebounds, 6 assists and 2 steals.
The Bucks still walked away with a convincing win and it seems Giannis and the Bucks are a bit too much for the Pistons to handle. While the game is expected to be closer than the past performances given that no team wants to be swept, it still feels like a surefire win for the Bucks.
Milwaukee Bucks vs Detroit Pistons Dream11 Prediction
Let’s get the big talking point out of the way. There is no Giannis in this team and that is deliberate and isn’t an unknown error. The Bucks are a little too good in this series for Giannis to play a lot of minutes. Of the 48 possible minutes a player can play, Giannis has been playing lesser than 28 minutes per contest.
The Bucks had the luxury of giving him big rests during the season but no one expected that to transpire into the post season and maybe starting from the Boston series, that no longer will be the case, but for now Giannis is locked into 27 minutes a game and there is no reason to change that for Budenholzer and the Bucks.
Reggie Jackson is averaging 15 points, 3.3 rebounds, 7 assists and 1 steal a game in the series. He is priced relatively cheap at 12.5 credits and is one of the best players on the Pistons when locked in and he has been resurgent towards the end of the season and the playoffs, ever since the awkward Blake Griffin interview gatecrashing incident. In the 2 D11 contests of the series Jackson is averaging 33 D11 points good for a 2.64 points per credit ratio that is very valuable indeed.
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Speaking of high points per credit ratio, next on the list is Eric Bledsoe who is criminally undervalued in the league. His 2 D11 contests have yielded 87 points at just 15.5 Credit value. That gives an even higher points per credit (PPC) ratio with 2.8 PPC. His averages for the series are 20.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 5.5 assists, 2 steals per game. He is one of those players whose defensive value shows up in the stat sheet with those steals per game.
Grant Hill is the least flashy name on the list of point guards but he is the one with the best PPC ratio. He is priced at 7 Credits only while his minutes are over 24 per game. He is averaging 10.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, 4 assists, 0.7 blocks per game. He is also ultra efficient turning the ball over only once this entire series. His D11 points in the 2 contests are 43.5. At his price of 7 credits, that makes his PPC a massive 3.1!
Pat Connaughton is having a fantastic series and is averaging 28.6 minutes per game. That is higher than both Giannis and Bledsoe. In that time he is averaging 10.7 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2 assists and 1.7 blocks per game. For a shooting guard his rebounding and shot blocking are really valuable. At 8 Cr he has provided 58 D11 points and that is good for an astounding 3.6 PPC!
Luke Kennard has 50 D11 points in the series which is among the highest among the Pistons players. He plays amongst the highest minutes on the team with close to 34 minutes per game. In that time he averages 16.3 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists. His game isn’t flashy but it is effective and priced at 9 credits his PPC is 2.78 which makes him a lock on this team.
Khris Middleton’s production has been on par with that of Eric Bledsoe and Milwaukee has relied on him to continue the dominance when Giannis takes to the bench. 19.3 points, 6 rebounds, 5.3 assists per game are really good numbers and he has the capability to improve them if he gets hot from distance at any given time. HIs price and production both match closely to that of Bledsoe and 87.6 D11 points at 15 Cr value give him a 2.92 PPC!
Blake Griffin is the do it all guy for the Pistons. When he is on the floor, he shoots, passes and rebounds and is the heart of everything they run on the offensive end. He returned from injury last game and is expected to play game 4 to give the Pistons fans hope of winning one game at home. In the game 3 Griffin had 27 points to go with 7 rebounds, 6 assists and 2 steals. That was good for 48.5 points on D11. At his price of 20.5 Credits that is a PPC of 2.36 which isn’t the flashiest but the guy was returning from injury and also presents as the best star player candidate.
Brook Lopez has had 63.1 D11 points in the two contests. He is averaging 13.7 points, 5.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists and a massive 3 blocks per game. Those are good for an average of 31.5 points per D11 contest. He is reasonably priced at 12.5 Cr. And his PPC is 2.52. He is the best Center option available.
Star Player Options:
- Blake Griffin
- Eric Bledsoe
- Khris Middleton