LAL vs SAS Dream11:NBA produces a long line of top-level battles throughout its season. In this game, two historical rivals in Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs fight it out against each other. The Lakers have been struggling to piece together big wins even after having Anthony Davis and Westbrook and the team needs LeBron back asap. Meanwhile, the Spurs are in rebuilding phases and have double losses than wins, indicating their youth.
Lakes are yet to figure out their rotations. Despite having Westbrook at PG, Davis at PF, the team has struggled on both sides of the court. Bradley, Jordan, Howard, and Monk have not received clarity regarding their roles yet. Meanwhile, Carmelo Anthony despite a tough shooting night versus Minnesota has been the only consistent offensive player off the bench. On the other hand, Spurs are struggling but has young ones like Keldon Johnson, Murray, Walker, Vassell, etc. to build around
Host: Los Angeles Lakers
Visitors: San Antonio Spurs
Match Timing: 15 November, @ 02:00 AM
Venue: Staples Center
NBA Projections, Stats & Analysis
Lakers’ 7-6 record is underwhelming because they have mostly played sub-par teams early in the season, surely they should have at least 10 wins. The Lakers score 110 Points per game but that is largely due to playing in a handful of OT games. The team has struggled big time on defense, giving away 112.3 Points every game on average, making them fourth-worst in that regard. The squad allows more than 12 offensive rebounds per game and turns the ball over a lot, giving opponents multiple opportunities.
Spurs are in rebuilding mode. Their record can be justified because the team consists of mainly young players, who are finding their feet in this league. The team struggles on the defensive end, squander around 109.2 PPG while their offense is decent, producing 109.9 PPG on a remarkable 47% shooting. Despite their record, Spurs have given many teams trouble with their feisty nature.
LA Lakers| San Antonio Spurs
Games: 13| 12
Wins: 07| 04
Defeats: 06| 08
Los Angeles Lakers vs San Antonio Spurs NBA Live, Team News and Lineups
Los Angeles Lakers Team News
- Anthony Davis is PROBABLE for the game.
- Avery Bradley is QUESTIONABLE for the game.
- LeBron James is OUT for the game, he hasn’t played in more than a week.
- Austin Reaves is OUT for the game and will miss the next two weeks of action.
- Kendrick Nunn is OUT For the match.
- Talen-Horton Tucker is PROBABLE for the game after missing around three weeks.
- Trevor Ariza is OUT for the game.
Lakers Expected Starting Five
PF: Anthony Davis SF: Kent Bazemore C: Deandre Jordan
SG: Avery Bradley PG: Russell Westbrook
BENCH: Wayne Ellington, Carmelo Anthony, Trevor Ariza, Dwight Howard, Rajon Rondo, Kendrick Nunn, Jay Huff, Sekou Doumbouya, LeBron James.
San Antonio Spurs News:
- Jock Londale is OUT for the game.
- Jakob Poeltl is OUT for the game.
- Zach Collins OUT for the game and will not be back till Christmas at least.
- Keita Bates-Diop is PROBABLE for the game.
Spurs Expected Starting Five
PF: Keldon Johnson SF: Lonnie Walker IV C: David Eubanks
SG: Derrick White PG: DeJounte Murray
BENCH: Keita Baites-Diop, Jock Landale, Tre Jones, Bryn Forbes, Doug McDermott, Devin Vassell, Joshua Primo, Thaddeus Young.
NBA Scores, Fantasy Basketball Top Picks
Anthony Davis has done a wonderful job at accumulating, points, rebounds, steals, and blocks. He has registered 3 BPG in the last five contests and has scored 22 or more in last three games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 45-61
Keldon is a productive player at the big-Forward spot. Apart from scoring, Johnson has also started to figure it out on the rebounding end. The Forward has produced 15 or more points in the last four of five games while averaging 8.4 RPG in that phase.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 27-39
Russell Westbrook (LAL)
While Westbrook has shot much much better in the last two games, there are still issues to be sorted out. He has scored 20 or more points in the last two games and continues to be a triple-double threat.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 43-60
DeJounte Murray (SAS)
Muray is a potential triple-double threat every night on the floor. He has dipped in 20 points or more in three of the last five games, averaging7.9 RPG, 6.3 APG, 2.0 SPG in that five-game window.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 33-49
Carmelo Anthony (LAL)
Carmelo comes into this game after a 1/12 shooting night versus the Wolves. However, prior to that stretch Forward, he had scored more than twenty points in two of four games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 25-42
Vassell is becoming a primetime scorer in his young career. The young guard has scooped up 14.8 PPG in the last five matches while scoring 20 or more twice in that period.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 17-29
- Rajon Rondo (LAL) scooped up 7 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists in the last game.
- Doug McDermott(SAS) piled up 14 points. 2 rebounds, 3 assists in the last game.
- David Eubanks(SAS) had 12 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists in the last game.
- Lonnie Walker(SAS) came up with10 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists in the last game.
- Malin Monk(LAL) had 7 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists in the last game.
LAL vs SAS Dream11 Team
PG: R Westbrook(SP), D Murray(PP)
SG: M Monk
SF: D McDermott
PF: A Davis, C Anthony, K Johnson
C: D Eubanks