Philadelphia 76ers vs Toronto Raptors Dream11 Prediction: Dream11 Fantasy Tips for PHI vs TOR | Game 7 as TSR helps you form your Dream11 team
Milwaukee Bucks completed a gentleman’s sweep over the Boston Celtics on the 8th of May and have been waiting for their next opponent ever since. For their part, both Philly and Toronto have been doing a great job of keeping us entertained with each game between the two looking like a new one, with forever changing narratives, except for the one about Kawhi Leonard and his greatness. And Jimmy Butler showing why he was brought in, by keeping the Sixers afloat when all the other stars have choked massively for most of the series.
Philadelphia 76ers vs Toronto Raptors Predicted Lineups :
|Position||Toronto Raptors||Philadelphia 76ers|
|Point Guard||Kyle Lowry||Ben Simmons|
|Shooting Guard||Danny Green||JJ Redick|
|Small Forward||Kawhi Leonard||Jimmy Butler|
|Power Forward||Pascal Siakam||Tobias Harris|
|Center||Marc Gasol||Joel Embiid|
Philadelphia 76ers vs Toronto Raptors Dream11 Prediction
Point Guards and Shooting Guards have been a major problem for both teams. While Lowry has shed his early game struggles, he is still averaging only 13 points per game and Ben Simmons is even worse at 11 points per game. To add more troubles, Lowry has only 6 assists per game while Simmons has a paltry 4.2 per game. This series has turned into an iso slugfest at times with both Kawhi and Jimmy playing great iso ball, and nobody’s stats are hurt more by this than Lowry and Simmons who are both poor scorers and often rely on their passing to stay relevant in the offense.
Shooting Guard is a position where again both teams stay weak. Danny Green and JJ Redick are both all time great shooters, but that is about it as far as their impact on the scoresheet goes. Green is a good defender but he doesn’t get steals and blocks in bunches for his effort to translate to D11 points.
So we go cheap in both positions hoping that the lowered prices of Van Vleet and Powell help balance their returns and the upside of getting more higher priced players in other positions pay off.
— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) May 8, 2019
Jimmy Butler and Kawhi are automatic picks. Both have above 2.5 PPC returns for the series and are also the most consistent players in the series. Kawhi’s consistency and points return also make him the ideal candidate for star player.
Pascal Siakam and Tobias Harris have been a bit on and off with their impact on court. Siakam had 2 good games to start the series, but has since faded a bit, while Tobias Harris never found a footing against the Raptors, but both the players grab a ton of rebounds due to their size and athleticism and the fact that they play with centers who aren’t very mobile at all. Both are pried similarly (Siakam 16Cr, Harris 15.5 Cr) and both provide similar 33 point returns on a regular basis. If either one starts scoring, it is a huge added bonus.
Mike Scott has been continuing his return to form after return from injury and still priced at 5.5 Cr he is a steal for a player that delivers 15+ D11 points quite easily.
Joel Embiid has been terrible this series, barring one good performance in game 3. His price has fallen from a massive 26 Credits to 19.5 Credits and while that makes it appealing, it doesn’t make a lot of sense because his average points per D11 game this series has been lower than 30 and at 19.5 Credits, that is not even a 1.5 PPC. Gasol on the other hand is reasonably priced at 12 Cr and has delivered over 2 PPC in all contests.