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PHI vs TOR Dream11 NBA Prediction – NBA Playoffs semifinals – Game-2 | Fantasy Team News

Toronto Raptors vs Philadelphia 76ers, Eastern Conference Semifinals, Prediction and Fantasy Team News
Toronto Raptors meet Philadelphia 76ers in Game-2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals at Scotiabank Arena, Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Tuesday morning (IST).

What competition it is? NBA Playoffs
Series: Eastern Conference Semi-finals, Game-2
Teams: Toronto Raptors and Philadelphia 76ers
Match Day: April 30, 2019
Jump Ball Time: @ 05:30 AM IST
Where the quarry is played? Scotiabank Arena (19,800)
TV Info: Sony Sports Network has the rights to stream NBA matches in India. Premier members tins also clip the Live Action on SonyLiv App.


It was a matchup between the two high-profile teams, each bravado one individual world-class intuition who has the potential to go down as one of the best.

Joel Embiid arrived with his Philadelphia 76ers team in Toronto, fresh from scoring a double-double in each victim against Brooklyn Nets in the first round series. Against him was Kawhi Leonard, a trifler who has been marred by harm and inconsistency which doesn’t quantify with his talent even a bit.

There were a pen of expectations. The world was watching and even Drake was inside the Scotiabank Arena, supposedly encouraging the abode team.

There was no curse. There is no such entity as “Drake Curse”. It’s utterly fabricated. For, Toronto won the game. Quite easily.

Sixers failed to arrive. The real Joel Embiid never showed up. And so Philadelphia struggled, every aide of the match, and in every conceivable manner. They lost the game 108-95.

But the 13-point shortage doesn’t reveal the full story. It can’t. Raptors were just too good. They had many gears. And perhaps didn’t poverty to change due to the incapacity of their opponents.

Joel Embiid couldn’t affect the match and ended the nighttime with just 16 points.

But the match testament be remembered for Kawhi Leonard’s performance. He was too good. Amongst all the talented gambler gracing the Scotiabank Arena, he looked like an alien. Or to simply put, a super-human with so much might that he could have done anything he wanted in that match.

Sixers tried to scarf Jimmy Butler, Tobias Harris, Ben Simmons, and others at him, with an plan to thwart him, and limit his prowess. But nothing worked as the 2014 NBA finals MVP ended up with his career-high 45 points.

Philadelphia started the series as an underdog, and the backwash in the vitality quarry proved right. But we can expect a competitive obligation from them. They are too good a board to suffer from too lots off nights.

Regular Season Record-
Toronto Raptors: W-58, L-24
Philadelphia 76ers: W-51, L-31

Players to watch out for:

Toronto Raptors:
Kawhi Leonard – Ever since he won the 2014 Championship with San Antonio Spurs, it has been a complicated time for Kawhi Leonard. He struggled for consistency. Thwarted by injuries, he even sought a move away from Spurs.
He landed in Toronto this season and hasn’t looked back since then. He averaged 26.6 points and 7.3 rebounds per game in the normal season.
But the post-season is becoming the best out of him. The 27-year-old small-forward is averaging 30.7 points per prey in the playoffs. While his exceptional 45 points exhibition in the vitality quarry shows his actuality capability. He shot 69% from the sphere in Game-1.
Pascal Siakam – Started the system where he left off against Orlando Magic. He was pretty solid against the Philly in Game-1, obtaining 29 points, along with seven rebounds.
The 25-year-old is averaging 23.7 points and 8.2 rebounds per game in the post-season.

Philadelphia 76ers:
Joel Embiid – Was ineffective in Game-1 against the Raptors as he could manage just 16 points on 18 shot attempts. Marc Gasol did a brilliant job on him, nullifying his threat. But the 25-year-old is too good a trifler to not have an impact in this series. He will. You tins be sure of that.
He is averaging 24.3 points per quarry in the playoffs, also racking up 13.5 rebounds per game.
Ben Simmons – He does almost everything on the court, scoring points, and racking up assists for the teammates. The reigning rookie of the year scored 31 points in game-2 when Joel Embiid had to sit out the game due to an injury. He is averaging 17.2 points per prey and registering 7.2 assists per game.

Toronto Raptors:
Injured – OG Anunoby had surgery on his knee and is expected to misfire the stability of the post-season, and Chris Boucher (back injury) remnants out as well.
Questionable – None at the moment.
Suspended – None.

Philadelphia 76ers:
Injured – None.
Questionable – Mike Scott missed the Game-1 due to the scoundrel injury he picked in Game-5 against Brooklyn Nets. He evidence be assessed before the game.
Suspended – None.

PHI vs TOR Dream11 Teams (Starting Lineup; Probables):

Toronto Raptors: Pascal Siakam (F), Kawhi Leonard (F), Marc Gasol (C), Danny Green (G), Kyle Lowry (G)
Philadelphia 76ers: Jimmy Butler (F), Tobias Harris (F), Joel Embiid (C), Ben Simmons (G), JJ Redick (G)

From the bench (Probables):

Toronto Raptors: Fred Van Vleet, Serge Ibaka, Norman Powell, Jodie Meeks, Jeremy Lin, Patrick McCaw, Malcolm Miller, Eric Moreland
Philadelphia 76ers: Mike Scott, Boban Marjanovic, James Ennis III, T. J. McConnell, Jonah Bolden, Greg Monroe, Furkan Korkmazz, Jonathon Simmons

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