IND vs NZL Dream11 Prediction FIBA Asia Cup Live Fantasy Basketball Dream11 Team, Top Picks & Tips for India vs New Zealand
IND v NZL Dream11: As basketball continues to become a global game, we are caught up in the frenzy of fantasy scenarios from different parts of the world. The FIBA Asia Cup and its current reach clearly signifies the expansion of the game to a major and good audience, the populous state of India, which is experiencing increased internet consumption, is- isn’t he the ideal audience for this amazing game? And India will be in action here as they take on Team New Zealand.
Slowly but surely the Indian basketball scene is improving but it will take a long time before the national team becomes globally competitive believe me it takes a long time to catch up with the top teams. In their last game, the Indian team lost to the Philippines team 63-79, scoring 13 points in the last game. On the other hand, New Zealand are miles ahead of the Indian setup and likely will be for years to come as even their B team can be tough for the Indian men to beat. Can the Indians come closer this time?
India v New Zealand
Timing of matches: July 14, @ 09:30 (+05:30 UTC)
Venue: Istora Senayan, Jakarta
FIBA Asia Cup Predictions, Stats & Analysis
A huge difference between the level of talent
For starters, New Zealand talent comes from the New Zealand basketball league, which is mixed with aspirants who have played in American college basketball, but yes, the majority of them are from the nation of New Zealand, which is full of taller and more athletic players. players than the Indian setup. They don’t even field their first-choice team and that can overwhelm the Indian team as well. The Indian team has veterans like Vishesh Briguvanshi, one of the most renowned players in the country itself. The young Indian Aryan who is 7’2″ has gained some experience at the NBA Academy, how will that help him?
India vs New Zealand FIBA Asia Cup live stream, team news and rosters
List of India:
PF: Prashant Singh Rawat
G: Sahaij Pratap Singh Sekhon
G: Vishesh Bhriguvanshi
PG; Muin Ben Hafeez
BENCH: Amritpal Singh, Amerendra Nayak, Pratayanshu Rawat, Pranav Prince, Vivek Vinubhai Gote, Arvind Kumar Muthu Krishnan, Kushal Singh.
New Zealand list:
New Zealand starting five
C: Jordan Hunt
F: Max Darling
SF: Isaac Davidson
G: Takiula Fahrensohn
PG: Taylor Britt
BENCH: Sam Mennenga, Taine Murray, Kane Keil, Flynn Cameron, Kruz Perrott-Hunt, Tohi Smith-Milner, Sam Timmins.
FIBA Asia Cup Scores, Top Fantasy Basketball Picks
- Tom Vodavonich (NZL) is one of New Zealand’s top scorers in his league, as well as being an excellent rebounder.
- Muin Bek Hafeez(IND) may be in double figures here, he is one of the fastest Indian players.
- Aryan(IND) played limited minutes so far but showed immense rebounding and inside goalscoring potential.
- Sam Timmins (NZL) is also a good rebounder and can play a decent amount of minutes here.
- Sahaij Pratap Singh Sekhon (IND) can knock down outside shots.
- Takiula Fahrensohn (NZL) can knock down outside shots.
- Prashant Singh Rawat (IND) is a strong rebounder.
- Jordan Hunt (NZL) is a good scorer and rebounder.
IND vs. NZL Dream11 range
PG: T Britt, M Bek-Hafeez, S Pratap Singh-Sheikhon
SG: One Muthu Kumar
SF: M Darling, T Fahrensohn
PF: J Hunt (PP)
VS : S Timmins(SP)
Where to watch the FIBA Asia Cup live score?
The FIBA Asia Cup can be streamed through the Courtside 1891 website, which can be accessed using the link given on the official FIBA website, where you can access the FIBA Asia Cup and access the link by the. You can follow the score on the official FIBA website.