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USA vs WLD Dream11 Match Prediction

USA vs WLD Dream11: In this newly adopted format, Team USA will face Team World at the NBA All-Star weekend at Spectrum Center, in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina on Saturday morning (IST). Both the teams are stocked with talented young players, led by Dallas Mavericks superstar and the reigning NBA rookie of the year Luka Doncic who will be representing the Team World.
But beyond Doncic, the Team World lacking a shooting prowess with most players fine-tuned more for the defensive work. Team USA, on the other hand, have more depth and that’s why they are favourite going into this game.

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Match details:
Teams: Team USA and Team World
Venue: Spectrum Center
Match Timing: February 15, @ 07:30 AM

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Team USA vs Team World – Who makes the cut and who misses out!

Team USA: Miami Heat’s Tyler Herro and New Orleans Pelicans Lonzo Ball, who were both named in the Team USA roster for the All-Star Rising challenge, picked up injuries while on duty with their respective teams in the NBA and have been replaced Cleveland Cavaliers’ young gun Collin Sexton and New York Knicks’ rookie Kevon Knox respectively.

Team World: Team World will be the lining-up with the same squad named by the NBA, with no player missing through either with injury or suspension.

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Team USA vs Team World starting five:

Team USA: Zion Williamson, Miles Bridges, Jaren Jackson, Trae Young, Devonte’ Graham
Team World: Luka Doncic, Shai Gilgeous Alexander, RJ Barrett, Rui Hachimura, DeAndre Ayton

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Grand League tips:

  • Luka Doncic is the biggest superstar gracing the NBA All-Star Rising challenge. The Super Mavericks has been in sensational form all season, earning the nickname of “King of Triple-Double” for his ability to dominate both ends of the court.
  • Trae Young (29.7 points per game) is not far behind in terms of taking his game to the new heights. He has been superb all season and deserves a better view of the table.
  • Deandre Ayton, Phoenix Suns’ 2018 first-round pick, has had his fair share of ups and downs since coming back from a 25-game ban. But he is a dominating force inside the paint, only a handful of players can get the better of.
  • From Team World, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is another player who can get the scoreboard ticking.
  • Devonte Graham scored a fabulous 40 points only a few days ago and will be riding high on confidence.

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Likely squads:

Team USA: Miles Bridges, Wendell Carter Jr., Devonte’ Graham, Kevin Knox, Jaren Jackson Jr., Ja Morant, Kendrick Nunn, Eric Paschall, Collin Sexton, PJ Washington, Zion Williamson, New Orleans Pelicans Trae Young
Team World: Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Deandre Ayton, RJ Barrett, Brandon Clarke, Luka Doncic, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Rui Hachimura, Svi Mykhailiuk, Josh Okogie, Moritz Wagner
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USA vs WLD Dream11 teams:

Team 1:
PG: Trae Young, Josh Okogie
SG: Collin Sexton, Luka Doncic (SP)
SF: RJ Barrett
PF: PJ Washington, Rui Hachimura
C: Deandre Ayton

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Team 2:
PG: Trae Young, Kendrick Nunn
SG: Luka Doncic (SP)
SF: Zion Williamson
PF: PJ Washington, Brandon Clarke
C: Jaren Jackson, Moritz Wagner

Anurag Tyagi @speck_universe

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