Teams from the Western Conference take each other on as Golden State Warriors host San Antonio Spurs in what will be an intriguing game in the regular season of the NBA on Wednesday. The Warriors have proven in the last five years that they are the side to beat if someone aspires to win the title. They are a juggernaut of a team who have improved with each passing year. They already broke the record by putting forth five All-Star players in the starting lineup, and they will be looking to retain the NBA Championship, taking the tally to four rings in five years.
Meanwhile, San Antonio Spurs are former champions and are coached by arguably the greatest mind of basketball of all time in Gregg Popovich. Currently, the team is in the sixth spot, and they will be looking to better their record in order to get a playoff tie. They clearly lack a superstar in the roster, but still do have some great players who do well in the system that Popovich has deployed after adapting to the philosophy of 3-point shooting incorporation.
Match Timing: February 07, 2019, @ 9:00 AM IST
Venue – Oracle Arena, Oakland
GSW vs SAS DREAM11 Team News:
Head Coach Steve Kerr will be without Damian Jones. The starting five will not see a change as well.
The team will be missing Dejounte Murray and Derrick White. The starting five will not see a change with the likes Patty Mills and Marco Belinelli making appearances from the bench.
GSW vs SAS Dream11 Playing Team:
GSW vs SAS Dream11 players to watch out for:
Stephen Curry is the ever shooter in the history of basketball and he has led this team with great vigour. He is averaging 29 points per game this season.
Kevin Durant is a marksman extraordinaire and has got the entire NBA community talking about his free-agency. He will be looking to put on a show and better his 27 points per game average.
DeMar DeRozan is one of the top players in the league and is the main guard of this franchise. He is averaging 22.5 points per game so far this season.
LaMarcus Aldridge was the second overall pick in the NBA Draft of 2006 and is still playing at an elite level. This season alone he is averaging 20.2 points per game.
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GSW vs SAS Dream11 Predictions:
Golden State Warriors will be winning this game as they are playing in their own backyard.