BOS vs FRA Dream11 FIBA ​​Live Prediction Bosnia vs France

BOS vs. FRA Dream11: The FIBA ​​EuroBasket featured an elite group of NBA players as well as some high quality NBA contributors, meaning the level of competition was simply out of this world. There were the usual controversies and political storylines played out as well. But more on that a bit later, let’s start by diving into the game between Bosnia and France.

Bosnia continued their trend of narrow wins and beat Luka Doncic led Slovenia 97:93 as John Roberson dipped to 23 points. They have now won two out of three games. Can they do three out of four?

France also come into this game having secured a narrow 78:74 win over Hungary as Guerschon Yabusele dipped to 17 points. France have also won two out of three games as the race in Group B remains open.

Neutral place
Timing of matches:
September 6, @ 6:00 PM (+05:30 UTC)
Venue: Köln Arena, Germany

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Can Bosnia pull off another heist

These two teams met in the World Cup qualifiers earlier and this game reached the extra time window where Bosnia prevailed. In this match, Jusuf Nurkic dominated Rudy Gobert and the balanced effort was buried by Bonia at the end. It sets a precedent for another thriller and the intensity can probably peak here. Will we see another suspenseful match between the two?

For France, the concern has been the top-down attack from various players, especially Evan Fournier and Point-Guard’s play has been rather abysmal at times. On the other hand, John Roberson emerged as an ‘X-Factor’ for Bosnia, who both delivered solid scoring and defence, gaining immense support from winger Dzanan Musa. To be fair, Bosnia’s line-up has looked sharper in recent days, but defensively France have been a bit better.

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Composition of Bosnia:

Bosnia Expected departures
C: Jusuf Nurkic
PF: Miralem Halilovic
SF: Dzanan Musa
SF: Edin Atic
PG; John Robson

BENCH: Adin Vrabac, Amar Gegic, Kenan Kamenjas, Sani Campara, Ajdin Penava, Aleksandar Lazic, Emir Sulejmanovic.

French list:

Beginners expected France
C: Rudy Gobert
PF: Guerschon Yabusele
SF: Terry Tarpey
SG: Evan Fourner
PG: Andrew Albicy

BENCH: Elie Okobo, Amath M’Baye, Thomas Huertel, Théo Maledon, Vincent Poirier, Timothé Luwawu-Cabarot, Moustapha Fall.

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Rudy Gobert (FRA)
Dots: 15
Rebounds: 09
Aids: 00
Blocks: 01
Rudy was the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year and that alone means a lot, as he also delivers terrific rebounds and inside scoring. I think he will be in 13-19 points, 10+ rebounds and 1-3 blocks. It can be selected as Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 Prediction script.

Jusuf Nurkic (BOS)
Dots: 12
Rebounds: 09
Assists: 04
Flights: 03

Center Nurkic is a solid post player who can also do a great job on the boards and help out on defense. I think he will be in for 15+ points, 8+ rebounds, 3-5 assists and 1-3 steals/blocks.

Guerschon Yabusele (FRA)
Points: 17
Rebounds: 03
Assists: 02

Guerschon is a solid striker who has been providing quality goals and defending for a few years now. I think he’ll be 14-19 points and 4-7 rebounds.

John Roberson (BOS)
Points: 23
Rebounds: 04
Assists: 02
Guard John made seven of 15 shots and was an excellent offensive player throughout the European basketball season. I think he will have over 15 points, 4-7 rebounds and 3-6 assists.

Evan Fournier (FRA)
Dots: 12
Rebounds: 01
Passes: 05
Flights: 02
Evan’s game has been on and off both as an NBA and as an international player, but his presence itself is great because he can score in a variety of ways. I believe it will be in the 13-18 point range.

Dzanan Musa(BOS)
Dots: 22
Rebounds: 05
Passes: 05
Dzanan has made huge waves as a versatile striker on the international stage and has been a reliable option. I think he’ll be 16-22 points, 4-7 rebounds and 3-5 assists.

Thomas Huertel (FRA)
Dots: 03
Rebounds: 02
Assists: 07
While Huertel provided his usual high-quality game, his score fell short, resulting in the loss of the starting spot. I think he will be 7-11 points and 5-8 assists.

Miralem Halilovic (BOS)
Dots: 13
Rebounds: 10
Assists: 02
Blocks: 01
Flights: 01

Halilovic is an excellent rim diver and received quality scores and rebounds. I think he’ll be 9-14 points and 5-8 rebounds.

Timothé Luwawu-Cabarot (FRA)
Dots: 07
Rebounds: 03
Assists: 01
Timothe’s production has been steady as a wing and he is just a well-rounded hooper. I believe he will be in the 8 to 11 point range here.

Edin Atic (BOS)
Dots: 12
Rebounds: 06
Assists: 04
Flights: 01

Atic has been giving strong all-around minutes lately. I think he’ll be 7-11 points, 3-5 rebounds and 2-4 assists.

Vincent Poirier (FRA)
Dots: 10
Rebounds: 05
Aids: 00
Poirier provides electric support to Gobert as a bench center and he has played roles like these at club level as well. I think he’ll be 8-12 points and 5-8 rebounds.

Adin Vrabac(BOS)
Dots: 07
Rebounds: 02
Assists: 02
Flights: 01

Adin gives solid minutes off the bench. I think it will be in the range of 5 to 9 points.

Andrew Albicy (FRA)
Dots: 02
Rebounds: 02
Assists: 04
Flights: 01
Albicy is in the deep bench role and he’s given decent minutes so far.

Amar Gegic (BOS)
Dots: 06
Rebounds: 02
Aids: 00
Blocks: 01

Amir gave decent minutes in the last game.

Terry Tarpey (FRA)
Dots: 02
Rebounds: 02
Assists: 04
Flights: 01
Tarpey gives decent minutes as a starting keeper.

Aleksandar Lazic (BOS)
Dots: 02
Bounces: 00
Aids: 00
Flights: 01

Lazic gave average minutes, doesn’t play many.

Lineup BOS vs FRA Dream11

PG: J Roberson
SG: E Fournier, E Atic
SF: T Luwawu-Cabarrot, D Musa (SP)
PF: M Halilovic
VS : R Gobert(PP)V Poirier

Where to watch the FIBA ​​Eurobasket live score?

Another center battle between Gobert and Nurkic has to be fun, right? The FIBA ​​EuroBasket will be available for viewing on the Courtside 1891 website, which can be viewed using the link accessible on the official FIBA ​​website, where you can go to the FIBA ​​Eurobasket and access the link there . You can find out the score on the official FIBA ​​website.

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