On the second day of the play-in tournament, where the 9th and 10th seeds will face each other, the Toronto Raptors and Chicago Bulls will face off in the East, and the New Orleans Pelicans and Oklahoma City Thunder in the West토토사이트.

Unfortunately, the confrontation between Toronto and Chicago draws more attention as it is entangled with the visit of DeMar DeRozan (33, 198cm) to her parents’ home. “This place is always special to me,” DeRozan said in an interview with “The Athletic,” before playing against his former team Toronto. I will definitely be able to feel it myself,” he said, expressing his impressions of visiting his parents’ home. “Toronto players will try their best to prevent me from scoring,” he said.

Interestingly, DeRozan has averaged 14 points in three meetings with Toronto this season, the lowest he has ever scored against any team. In other words, it means that he has not been able to show much strength against his home team this season. (*Toronto coach Nick Nurses had fun with a defensive strategy to force a shot against DeRozan, who had poor 3-point line shooting efficiency.)

In the regular league head-to-head matchup, Toronto has an advantage over Chicago with 2 wins and 1 loss, and the match between the two teams predicted locally does not deviate much from 50-50. Both teams are not good at shooting, with the average number of successful 3-pointers hovering at the bottom of the league. Pursue high-probability attacks with tempo baskets. Accordingly, locals believe that there is a high possibility that the match will be split in the inside game. Attention is drawn to the matchup between Jacob Puddle (27, 216cm) and Nikola Vucevic (32, 208cm), the leading rebounders of both teams. This season, Puddle is averaging 9.1 rebounds (3.2 offensive rebounds) and Vucevic is averaging 11.0 rebounds.

Toronto is the best defensive team in the league this season. He averaged 111.4 runs in 82 regular league matches. This is the fourth-fewest run among 30 teams. Centering around Pascal Siakam (29, 206cm), there are plenty of wing resources with good defensive power, such as OG Anunobi (25, 201cm) and Scotty Barnes (21, 206cm). How Chicago’s advanced resources pierce Toronto’s shield is likely to be one of the points to watch this game. [

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