TOR Vs IND Dream11 Team Overview, Match Centre And Probable Playing 5: Riveting encounter on our hands today when two staunch outfits go at loggerheads.
When Toronto Raptors and Indiana Pacers meet each other on the court today for their impending Eastern Conference tie, we are set to be revelled in an edge of the seat thriller. Both these sides have shown on ample occasions their mettle in the ongoing edition of the frontier league to occupy second and fifth spot respectively at the moment.
Holding the most sublime winning spree currently in the league, one which extends to 11 wins in a row, Toronto Raptors will undoubtedly go into the tie as overwhelming favourites. They have been in electric touch in the league with their rampant brand of basketball endearing to ardent supporters of the league.
And with Indiana Pacers having been defeated in their last couple of games, the Raptors will be quietly confident of emerging with another win in their kitty today. The Pacers have slumped in form, dwindling and regressing to fall down into 5th position with the side trounced 112-103 by Dallas Mavericks in their bygone fixture.
Given Indiana Pacers’ plight at the moment, the Raptors should be able to muster up a relatively comfortable win today. While things won’t be easy for them, the tussle will be too massive a win for them to navigate around with the Pacers’ inability to come up with meaningful displays in attack leading to their demise.
Probable Playing 5
- Norman Powell and Dewan Hernandez will both be devoid of action for the Raptors for today’s tie owing to ongoing injuries.
- T.J. Warren will be skipping today’s encounter for the Pacers with the player currently unfit.
Pascal Siakam, OG Anunoby, Serge Ibaka, Fred VanVleet, Kyle Lowry
Domantas Sabonis, Jeremy Lamb, Myles Turner, Malcolm Brogdon, Aaron Holiday
Match: Toronto Raptors Vs Indiana Pacers
Date And Time: 6th February, Thursday- 6:30am
Television: Sony Ten 2, Six/HD
- Pascal Siakam, OG Anunoby, Serge Ibaka, Fred VanVleet, Kyle Lowry
- Domantas Sabonis, Jeremy Lamb, Myles Turner, Malcolm Brogdon, Aaron Holiday
- Pascal Siakam: 23.7 Points
- Domantas Sabonis: 18.3 Points
Best Ball Stealer
- Serge Ibaka: 8 Rebounds
- Domantas Sabonis: 12.7 Rebounds
TOR Vs IND Dream11 Point Guard
Kyle Lowry makes an advent into our Dream 11 side for today’s upcoming contest. The Toronto Raptors’ point guard has been in resplendent touch this season with his devout and innate ability to keep marauding down the court seeing him control the centre of the court for his side with his quick ball rotations which have earned him the 7.3 apg.
TOR Vs IND Dream11 Shooting Guard
We have kept things levelly balanced in this component of our Dream 11 unit with the one player apiece being instilled from either side. We begin with Norman Powell from Toronto Raptors, someone whose ability to open up the zone and come up with a slew of triples has seen his side drop point at crucial junctures.
Elsewhere, the one selection from Indiana Pacers as well with Justin Holiday being inducted in our team for the forthcoming fixture.
TOR Vs IND Dream11 Small Forward
With Warren set to miss out on today’s encounter for the Raptors, Doug McDermott made for sublime value. The small forward has been in gripping touch off late and with him set to get a massively escalated role on the day, his floating jump points and quick break points will reign supreme on the day.
TOR Vs IND Dream11 Power Forward
If the Pacers are to arrest their dwindling form at the moment, they will massively rely on the services of Domantas Sabonis. He’s their leading scorer with the 18.3 ppg and the 12.7 rpg to go with them, numbers which emote towards his enigmatic nature as a dual toned player.
On the other hand, from the Raptors we have their top scorer being instilled in our framework as well with Pascal Siakam coming in courtesy of the 23.7 ppg he has this term. We are indulging in Chris Boucher as well to complete our most heavily indulged in docket for this tone.
TOR Vs IND Dream11 Centre
With the 8 rebounds per game, Serge Ibaka has become the mainstay of his side’s defence, a player whose innate ability to latch onto the second chance points and guard and screen players makes him a must have selection for the outing.
Sabonis comes in as our star player.
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Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.