CHA vs GSW Dream11: Two teams from two different conferences and with different journeys meet here. In this game, the red-hot Golden State Warriors come up against an inconsistent Charlotte Hornets outfit. The Warriors are the best team in the league, winning 11 out of 12 contests while Charlotte has won half of their 14 games so far.
Warriors produce a lot of offense through a sturdy backcourt out of Poole and Curry, with the latter being a much of a threat. Wiggins, Green, and Looney combined to make a brilliant two-way Frontcourt. Meanwhile, Iguodala and Otto Porter Jr. give two-way production off the bench. For the Hornets, the backcourt of Ball and Rozier can break down defenses. Their breakout star Bridges pairs up well with Gordon Hayward while Kelly Oubre Jr. brings in scoring punch off the bench. Mason Plumlee boxes out opponents to eke out rebounds.
Host: Charlotte Hornets
Visitors: Golden State Warriors
Match Timing: 15 November, @ 05:30 AM
Venue: Spectrum Center
NBA Projections, Stats & Analysis
Unstoppable on both ends
The Warriors are on fire right now and the stats of course indicate that. The team scores 116.2 PPG which is the most in the league while stifling opponents 101.5 PPG, which is the second-best number. The squad allows just 42.9 Rebounds per game, which is the fifth-best output in the league. It is clear that the unit is clicking even without Klay and with Curry at the helm, the defense is also dialing in.
Huge defensive issues
Charlotte is just behind the Warriors in terms of points per game, scoring at 113.8. Conversely to Golden State, the Hornets are a poor defensive team, allowing 116.0 PPG, which is league-worst. Opponents shoot 46.7% against them while also grabbing 49.4 rebounds per game, which is the second-worst in the league. Can the Hornets sort out their defensive issues?
Golden State Warriors| Charlotte Hornets
Games: 12| 14
Wins: 11| 07
Defeats: 01| 07
Charlotte Hornets vs Golden State Warriors NBA Live, Team News and Lineups
Charlotte Hornets Team News
- PJ Washington is OUT for the match.
Hornets Expected Starting Five
PF: Gordon Hayward SF: Miles Bridges C: Mason Plumlee
SG: Terry Rozier PG: LaMelo Ball
BENCH: Jalen McDaniels, Kelly Oubre, Cody Martin, Kai Jones, JT Thor, Ish Smith, Nick Richards, Vernon Carey Jr., James Bouknight, Scottie Lewis, Arnoldas Kubolka.
Golden State Warriors Team News
- Damion Lee is QUESTIONABLE for this game
- Klay Thompson is OUT yet to recover from injury.
- James Wiseman is OUT but has been recently cleared for full-team practice.
Warriors Expected Starting Five
PF: Draymond Green SF: Andrew Wiggins C: Kevon Looney
SG: Jordan Poole PG: Stephen Curry
BENCH: Klay Thompson, Jonathan Kuminga, James Wiseman, Juan Toscano-Anderson, Gary Payton II, Moses Moody, Otto Porter Jr., Nemanja Belica, Damion Lee.
NBA Scores, Fantasy Basketball Top Picks
LaMelo Ball (CHA)
Ball is an all-around PG who can break down defenses with his multi-faceted skillset. Ball has hoarded 16 or more rebounds in two of the last three games and handed over 9.3 APG in that period. He can be selected as a Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 NBA Fantasy scenario
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 46-66
Steph is blowing the league and shot 9 three-pointers against Chicago Bulls. Curry has had a 40 points and a 50 points game in two out of the last three games. Steph is unstoppable right now and the Warriors are riding his hot-hand.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 36-73
Miles Bridges (CHA)
Miles is having a breakout season and he is an early candidate for the Most Improved Player of the Year Award. Miles has chipped in with 19 points or more in three of the last five games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 34-43
Draymond Green (GSW)
Green is one of the most intelligent all-around Forwards to play basketball. He keeps the Warriors game flowing on both ends of the floor. He is averaging 7.4 RPG, 7.2 APG in the last five games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range 25-36
Gordon Hayward (CHA)
Gordon is a veteran Small Forward who still holds sway over matters. Hayward has scored 21 points or more in the last four of the five outings.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 19-30
Andrew is a reliable scorer and defender at the Forward spot. He usually hovers between the 15-20 points range and has helped the Warriors in terms of both offense and defense.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 27-37
- Terry Rozier (CHA) chipped in with 18 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists in the last game.
- Kevon Looney (GSW) had 4 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assistin the last game.
- Kelly Oubre (CHA) had 12 points, 2 rebounds in the last game.
- Jordan Poole(GSW) had 14 points, 1 rebound, 2 assists, 3 steals in the last game.
CHA vs GSW Dream11 Team
PG: S Curry(SP), G Payton, L Ball(PP)
SG: T Rozier, K Oubre
SF: G Hayward
PF: D Green
C: K Looney