Phoenix Suns (PHX)
The Suns (11-14) got off to a great start this season but regression has hit then like a boulder. In fact, they come into this match-up losing 10 of their last 14 games, dropping them from a playoff contender into the same old Suns team. Having Devin Booker suffer an injury in Sundays loss only adds to the troubles and its hard to imagine them getting out of this slump if hes to miss any significant amount of time. One piece of good news is the fact that DeAndre Aytons suspension is up this week and they Will be ecstatic to get their top-pic back in the fold. Hell move Aron Baynes, Dario Saric and Frank Kaminsky into more complementary roles and that is probably a better recipe for this team, despite their strong play over recent weeks. Portland has owned Phoenix over recent years, winning their last 10 games over them in total.
Probable Starter From PHX
- Point Guard – R Rubio
- Shooting Guard – D Booker (Risky)
- Small Forward – K Oubre
- Power Forward – D Saric
- Center – F Kaminsky
Portland Trail Blazers (POR)
The Trail Blazers (10-16) come into this match up losing four of their last six games which actually snapped a season-best three-game winning streak. It appeared as though Carmelo Anthony came in and did the trick with that small winning streak but the recent losses have them back to square one. Were talking about a club whos finished third in the Western Conference in each of the last two years and it would take an absolute miracle to get back to that point this season. In fact, it appears that a playoff berth is a long-shot with the recent form of this team. Whats bizarre about the Blazers is the fact that they rank 29th in assists, with their two-best players both being in the back-court. That is not a recipe for success and it pairs atrociously with their 21st-ranked defense.
Probable Starters From POR
- Point Guard – D Lillard
- Shooting Guard – C.J McCollum
- Small Forward – K Bazemore
- Power Forward – C Anthony
- Center – H Whiteside
Injured Player’s List
Deandre Ayton – Ayton (suspension) was spotted taking part in 3-on-3 drills after Fridays practice and appeared to be hitting his jumper with consistency. At this stage, Ayton seems unlikely to have his 25-game suspension reduced, so hell turn his efforts toward maintaining conditioning so that he can step back into a major role once hes eligible to play again Dec. 17 versus the Clippers. Ayton made a concerted effort in the off season to increase his shooting range, but fantasy managers probably shouldn’t bank on him to make a major impact in the three-pointers category once he eventually returns.
Devin Booker – Booker (forearm) is considered day-to-day heading into Tuesdays game against Portland. Contrary to the initial report, Booker is day-to-day going forward. Hes dealing with a right forearm bruise that he sustained during Wednesdays tilt with Memphis. If hes held out, look for Mikal Bridges to get a second straight start.
Cameron Johnson – Johnson is probable for Tuesdays game against Portland with left hip soreness. Johnson appears to have sustained a minor hip injury in Saturdays game against San Antonio. Considering he was able to play 33 minutes, barring any setbacks, he should take the court against the Trail Blazers.
Dario Saric – Back Saric is listed as probable for Tuesdays game against Portland due to lower back soreness. Sarics dealing with some minor back discomfort after obliterating San Antonios frontcourt to the tune of 19 points and 17 rebounds Saturday. In the unlikely event that hes held out, look for Cameron Johnson (hip) and Frank Kaminsky to see a boost in minutes.
Zach Collins – Collins (shoulder) said that its “very realistic” hell be able to play again this season. After undergoing surgery Nov. 5 to repair his left labium, Collins wont even be re-evaluated until early March before the Trail Blazers decide if hes fit to resume practicing. Collins apparently doesn’t view the extended recovery timeline as a concern, though even if he meets his goal of making it back on the court in 2019-20, he likely wouldn’t be available for more than a months worth of games before the playoffs arrive, in a best-case scenario. Even if leagues that have one or two roster spots available for injured players, Collins lengthy timetable probably doesn’t make him a high-priority stash option.
Rodney Hood – Hood (Achilles) underwent successful surgery Wednesday to repair his ruptured left Achilles tendon. The surgery was performed by Dr. Richard Ferkel in California and will keep Hood sidelined for the remainder of the season. A timetable for his return should come into focus once Hood is further along in his recovery.
Nassir Little – Little is listed as questionable for Tuesdays game against the Suns due to back spasms. The rookie first-round pick failed to play in the Trail Blazers last game Thursday in Denver, though the absence was attributed to a coach decision rather than any sort of injury. Even if Little gets the green light to play on Tuesday, he may find himself on the outside of coach Terry Stotts rotation after shooting just 39.3 percent from the floor in his nine games before sitting out in Denver.
Jusuf Nurkic – Nurkic (lower leg) is hoping to return around the All-Star break in February. Nurkic is making positive strides in his recovery from surgery he underwent in March to address compound fractures in his lower left leg, though hes still expected to miss most, if not all, of the first half of the season. When Nurkic does return, he figures to initially face a minutes restriction as the Trail Blazers look to ease him back.
PHX Vs POR Dream11 Top Picks
Damian Lillard – Lillard is an easy choice for captaincy with Devin Booker nicked up. In fact, Lillard leads all players in this game in minutes, shots taken and usage rate which has led to nearly 50 Dream11 points per game.
Hassan Whiteside – The Portland center is on fire right now, scoring at least 29 Dream11 points in 13-straight games while averaging 47.5 Dream11 points per game across his last nine fixtures.
Dario Saric – Saric has been one of the Suns best players recently, averaging 31.6 Dream11 points per game across his last 10 outings.
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