San Antonio Spurs vs Denver Nuggets Dream11 Prediction : Dream11 Fantasy Tips for DEN vs SAS as The SportsRush helps you form the best Dream 11 team
Denver Nuggets and Spurs are moving to San Antonio for game 6 in what might be a pivotal game for the series. Nuggets dominated game 5 and seemed to find that extra gear that they seemed to have been missing the whole post season. They will look to close the series here and the thought of taking on a team coached by Pop in game 7 is not a good one for any team. Give Pop one game and he can out coach absolutely anyone in the league.
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For Nuggets, Jokic and Murray are finding their feet in the playoffs and both have been big factors in the last 2 wins for them. They might be young, but both look like the long term future for the Nuggets. The Spurs though need their all-stars DeRozan and Aldridge need to step up massively. Derrick White has been the best player for the Spurs, but there is only so much a young player can do against a 2 seed team in the playoffs, by himself.
San Antonio Spurs vs Denver Nuggets Dream11 Prediction
Jamal Murray has been gradually improving this series. He has hit a purple patch and despite 2 poor games he is averaging 19 points, 4 assists, 2 rebounds and 2 steals per game. Of the 4 scored games on D11, Murray has gone past 35 points 3 times, with the last contest being a 45 point outing for him.
Derrick White and Spurs have done well together. Pop will need White to have a good game to take this to a game 7 in Denver. He has 128 total D11 points in 4 contests that gets him a 2.8 PPC which is among the highest in the series.
Gary Harris was missing for a long time this season, but playoffs seem to have brought out the best in him. He has 110 D11 points in the series and is very reasonably priced at 11.5 Cr. That gives him a 2.4 PPC.
Malik Beasley hasn’t been the most consistent player on the series but when he produces, Denver wins. He has the highest points average among all bench players in the series and even outscores some of the starters including Will Barton.
Torey Craig is the only decent option at Small Forward unless you go for a total budget pick that wont play. That strategy would make sense if we had a another player we were missing out by taking Craig, but none of the players on the left list give us a lot of points at their value so Craig is our pick.
Milsap, Bertans and Lyles have all been disappointments throughout the series. None of them are providing close to 2 PPC so we go for Damontas Motiejunas who also doesn’t provide a lot but at his price allows us to go for both the big centers on our team.
Nikola Jokic is the best player in the series among the two teams combined. He is averaging close to 46 D11 points per contest and despite his high price he is a great pick due to his star player potential.
Aldridge being aggressive as a scorer is what Spurs need to win this series. Aldridge has too often been passive and hasn’t looked to exploit the defensive limitations of Jokic who can not keep up with the range of Aldridge’s shot. The Spurs will hope a more aggressive Aldridge shows up for game 6. Irrespective of whether you believe that happens or not, Aldridge averages over 35 D11 points per game so he gets a spot on the team.