HOU vs OKC Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News

HOU vs OKC Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News 

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Houston Rockets, Prediction and Fantasy Team News 

Two Western Conference mammoths will fight out for a success as Oklahoma City Thunder have Houston Rockets in a normal season NBA coordinate at Chesapeake Energy Arena, in Downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, on Wednesday morning (IST). 


What rivalry it is? NBA ordinary season 

Teams: Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets 

Match Day: April 10, 2019 

Hop Ball Time: @ 07:00 AM IST 

Where the amusement is played? Chesapeake Energy Arena (21,000) 


This has been a period of furthest points for Oklahoma City Thunder. For the straightforward reason that they have won a great deal of diversions yet not without enduring some horrendous losing streak, where the team looked dispossessed of force and exactness on the court. While in certain matches, the Thunder thundered the most intense, tearing teams separated on their way to some great series of wins. 

Almost certainly, two players in the state of Paul George and Russell Westbrook are the fuel behind OKC's charge. Both the players are having a notable season, with the previous averaging a profession superior, while the last is averaging a triple-twofold, breaking some long-held NBA records simultaneously. 

Be that as it may, OKC neglected to support their great structure, particularly in the most recent month or somewhere in the vicinity. Subsequently, they have descended the table, to their current sixth position in the Western Conference. It was not very far in the past, that Paul George and Co. was sitting at third and in with an opportunity to have a home court advantage in the playoffs. 

Thunder are currently on the three-diversion series of wins in the wake of beating Minnesota Timberwolves 126-132 at Target Center. 

Russell Westbrook scored another triple-twofold, finishing with 27 points, 15 helps a 10 bounce back, while Paul George scored 27 points. 

Houston Rockets in the interim won their 6th sequential amusement with a noteworthy 149-113 win over Phoenix Suns. 

It was a night which added another superb part to Rockets' records books as James Harden and Co. scored 27 3s in the match. 

Eric Gordon drove the 3-point accuse of 8 containers from past the circular segment, Harden had five, P.J. Exhaust included four and Dauel House scored three. 

Austin Rivers scored the record-breaking 3-pointer and later he conceded that he didn't understand that Rockets were near breaking the record. 

"I think it made it fascinating particularly close to the end," he said. "It made folks play for something different. When you're up by like 35, 40 points that is a ton of focuses." 

With the success, Rockets improved their season record to 53-28 and stayed third in the Western Conference. 

The diversion against Thunder will be their last before the playoffs begin. 

Normal Season Record- 

Oklahoma City Thunder: W-47, L-33 

Houston Rockets: W-53, L-28 

Players to look out for: 

Oklahoma City Thunder: 

Paul George – He was prepared to leave Oklahoma City Thunder after a somewhat sub-par first season with Russell Westbrook and Co. Fortunately he didn't. Presently, look what he has been doing with Oklahoma this season, scoring at a vocation high 28.1 focuses per amusement. He is a candidate for both MVP and cautious POY. A two-way player who is an uncommon breed nowadays. He can do everything on a Basketball court. 

Russell Westbrook – The main player to average a triple-twofold this season. Russell Westbrook resembles a player playing in his very own group. Against Los Angeles Lakers, he added another radiant part to his authentic profession as he turned out to be only the second player in NBA to record at least 20, rebpunds or aids an amusement. 

Houston Rockets: 

James Harden – The most loved for the MVP this season is none other than the supreme MVP, James Harden. For he is having a crazy season, and this is no misrepresentation using any and all means. Mr Beard is piling on a season-high 36.1 focuses per diversion. He is the main player to average during the 30s this season, averaging 36.5 focuses per diversion. The 29-year-old scored 50 points in the last match. Really mind blowing. 

Clint Capela – Missed a huge piece of the amusement because of knee damage. In spite of the fact that he required a significant stretch of time to return back to his pre-damage structure. Presently it appears he is back. The 24-year-old Center is a basic piece of the team. He is averaging 16.6 focuses per amusement this season, alongside a team-high 12.6 bounce back per diversion. In the last match, he had a twofold against the New York Knicks. 

HOU vs LAC Dream11 TEAM NEWS: 

HOU vs OKC Dream11 TEAM NEWS: 

Oklahoma City Thunder: 

Harmed – For the hosts, there are no crisp damage concerns. The standard suspect is Andre Roberson who has missed the whole season because of knee damage. there's no course of events for his arrival. 

Flawed – None right now. 

Suspended – None. 

Houston Rockets: 

Harmed – There are no new damage worries for Houston Rockets in front of this match. 

Sketchy – None. 

Suspended – None. 

HOU vs OKC Dream11 Teams (Starting Lineup; Probables): 

Oklahoma City Thunder: Paul George (F), Jeramai Grant (F), Steven Adams (C), Chris Paul (G), James Harden (G) 

Houston Rockets: P. J. Exhaust (F), Eric Gordon (F), Clint Capela (C), James Harden (G), Chris Paul (G) 

From the bench (Probables): 

Oklahoma City Thunder: Dennis Schroder, Markieff Morris, Nerlens Noel, Raymond Felton, Patrick Patterson 

Houston Rockets: Kenneth Faried, Gerald Green, Danuel House, Austin Rivers, Iman Shumpert, Gary Clark, Chris Chiozza, Isaiah Hartenstein

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