First game of the matchday set for 6 pm with the match between Zenit and Red Star. Valencia against Khimki will close the schedule of the matches for M16 at 9pm on 23/12.
First of all, We wish Merry Christmas to all Dunkest players!
Scottie Wilbekin (Maccabi Tel Aviv, 13.6 CR): Maccabi seems to be on fire after win at Palau in Barcelona, and against Pana they surely want to win again. The duel between Nedovic and Wilbekin promises to be amazing and we are sure that the No.1 of the yellow&blue will impose himself. Outside of this challenge in the challenge, Wilbekin against the soft defense of the Greeks can really shoot the first great dunkest score of the year.
Sergio Llull (Real Madrid, 10.3 CR): In the last few games the Spanish seemed to play low, but in our opinion this matchday can do great things. Against Alba a high-score match with high possessions is expected, and why not, he can even shoot a double-double.
Guillem Vives (Valencia, 5.5 CR): the taronja guard is undoubtedly one of the best low-cost names among the guards of this matchday. He often brought his effort to the Valencian cause, and compared to his counterpart Van Rossom, it costs 2 credits less. What else?
Shavon Shields (AX Armani Exchange Milan, 10.6 CR): The Danish forward is the great character of the game that sees Milan and Baskonia as protagonists. Shields this season is proving to be an immovable point for coach Messina, and for those looking for a mid-range forward he is undoubtedly one of the best options. We like him very much.
Alberto Abalde (Real Madrid, 8.5 CR): The former Valencia has returned from a good double round, and on this day we trust him for two reasons: the first is that as Randolph finished his season prematurely, he will momentarily has to replace him (more than the others), the second is undoubtedly the low level of the Blancos’ opponent, Alba Berlin. Excellent quality/price ratio.
Marko Simonovic (Crvena Zvezda. 5.5 CR): Another ex of the day is the Serbian forward, who returns to St. Petersburg for the first time as an opponent. Variable scores for him, we suggest him for strong hearts who believe in the law of the former.
Walter Tavares (Real Madrid, 17.6 CR): what can I say, the Cape Verdean is literally overwhelming anyone who comes in front of him. In the last 4 he is traveling at an average of over 40 points of Dunkest, and now Alba Berlin arrives in Madrid, most likely without his starting center. The result should be easy to understand.
Kyle Hines (AX Armani Exchange Milan, 11.6 CR): the former CSKA is the backbone of the pivot department and Messina cannot give up on him. Tarczewski continues to struggle and it will be up to # 42 to keep the various Jekiri, Fall and Diop at bay. Essential.
Mike Tobey (Valencia, 8.4 CR): The former Tenerife is our alternative name for this department. Against the indecent Khimki he can do well, also because he averaged over 20 points in the last 3. And why not, he can do double-double. At that cost he is a very intriguing option.
Dimitris Itoudis (CSKA Moscow, 10.3 CR): the Russians are the most in-form team in the entire Euroleague, and they arrive in Lyon with the underdogs. ASVEL has been able to place important shots, but MJ and his associates have an obligation to stretch on the rest of the group.
Xavi Pascual (Zenit, 5.4 CR): Zenit is one of the few teams that expresses a pleasant, simple but particularly effective basketball. The merit is above all of the Spanish coach, who was able to give a very precise mark to this team. Against the Red Star fresh from 5 defeats in the last 6 is a good opportunity to put points in the standings.