Toronto Raptors vs Golden State Warriors Dream11 Prediction: Dream11 Fantasy Tips for GSW vs TOR as TSR helps you with Dream 11 for NBA Finals Game 3
The last time Klay Thompson missed a playoff game was, never. 120 consecutive appearances for the Warriors in the playoffs, including game 3 against the Cavs in the finals last year with a heavily taped ankle after twisting it in Game 2. We really do not appreciate how durable Klay Thompson has been during this dynasty period of the Warriors, despite drawing the toughest of the defensive assignments for most series’. For all we know, Thompson might pull another miracle and end up on the court in game 3, despite his pulled hamstring. We however work on the assumption that he might not make it and even if he does, he will be playing at 80% and not 100.
GSW vs TOR Dream11 Team :
Steph Curry. Curry has been the Warriors best offensive force since Durant was stopped short in the middle of his historic scoring streak in game 5 against the Rockets. Curry is scoring 30 points every game with ease and had another good game 3 despite being under the weather and not scoring a field goal till the 9 minute mark in 2nd quarter. He ended the game with 40 points, which is low by his standard, but even his low mark gives a 2PPC return at the least.
Fred VanVleet. VanVleet might secretly have become the most valuable player for the Raptors in this series. He is scoring and pacing very well, which Toronto desperately need with Danny Green’s shot disappearing completely, while also playing some of the best defense that we have seen being played on Steph Curry. At 8 Credit price, VanVleet is a steal as his importance, in addition to Lowry’s inability to stay out of foul trouble has kept on increasing his minutes.
Quinn Cook. With Klay Thompson injured or on minutes restrictions at the very least, playing time goes up for Quinn Cook and Shaun Livingston. Both are priced at 4.5 Credits, and while Livingston might be more valuable overall to the Warriors, replacing Thompson requires an addition of spacing and Quinn Cook is a very good 3 point shooter and for that reason alone might get some more minutes. So we bet on Cook over Livingston.
Patrick McCaw. Filler pick.
Kawhi Leonard. The Klaw had another average game by his standards this post season, and ended up with 34 points, 14 rebounds and 3 assists. The Raptors depend massively upon Leonard for their scoring if Siakam cant get going, and Siakam is as inconsistent as they come. So not only is Kawhi a definite pick, he also is the top contender for star player, next to Draymond Green.
🚨: TOR 1-1 GSW, Game 3
⏰: 9:00pm/et – Wednesday, 6/5
🇺🇸: ABC 🇨🇦: Sportsnet pic.twitter.com/Nf4gfifXnn
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Andre iguodala. Big shot Iggy! Andre Iguodala’s game will be remembered for the big dare it 3 that the Raptors gave him and he hit to ice the game and put Warriors in a great position for the series. But Iggy had a great game all around doing a bit of everything in vintage Iguodala style. Iggy finished with 8 points, 6 assists and 8 rebounds along with 1 steal, 1 block and 30.6 Dream 11 points.
Draymond Green. Draymond Green is having a historic post season himself with another near triple double, with Curry fans really worried about Green stealing the MVP if the Warriors do win the title. Green is averaging 13.5 points, 10 rebounds, 9.5 assists, 1.5 steals per game. Those are mind boggling numbers in the NBA Finals, even in this era of triple doubles. His Free Throw shooting mechanics have also changed and he is shooting 91.7% from the field.
DeMarcus Cousins. Cousins has become an incredibly valuable piece suddenly and the Warriors cant thank their stars enough that Cousins put in all the work to try and come back this soon after suffering what seemed to be another major leg injury in the 1st round of playoffs. Cousins was moved into the starting line up by Steve Kerr’s merry go round at the center spot and he repaid the faith with 11 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 blocks in just 27 minutes and was a team high +12 in game 2. At 10 Credits and with Looney now out, he becomes even more vital in game 3.