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TORONTO (28 - 14) at ATLANTA (10 - 33)
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TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games28-14+14.823-1822-20111.855.545.4%53.9105.953.142.6%55.6
Road Games13-7+10.711-89-11108.253.444.6%54.2103.954.042.3%56.1
Last 5 Games4-1+23-14-1121.661.450.8%48.6111.853.244.7%54.0
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)111.855.540-8945.4%14-3637.5%18-2280.0%541026219145
vs opponents surrendering110.355.441-8945.7%12-3335.4%17-2376.7%531024218145
Team Stats (Road Games)108.253.439-8844.6%13-3636.7%16-2178.0%541025218156
Stats Against (All Games)105.953.138-8942.6%13-3833.3%17-2276.1%561125207165
vs opponents averaging110.355.440-8945.5%12-3435.4%18-2376.7%541024218145
Stats Against (Road Games)103.954.037-8942.3%12-3831.3%17-2375.3%561126207156

ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-33-10.219-2423-20107.654.244.2%52.0117.460.247.5%56.9
Home Games5-15-7.811-99-11107.553.144.9%52.1113.457.246.7%54.8
Last 5 Games2-3+1.12-33-2106.855.044.1%51.6117.061.247.6%59.8
ATLANTA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)107.654.240-9044.2%11-3532.2%17-2276.6%52923238165
vs opponents surrendering109.654.640-8945.2%12-3435.2%17-2376.9%531024218145
Team Stats (Home Games)107.553.140-8944.9%11-3332.6%17-2277.3%52923238165
Stats Against (All Games)117.460.243-9047.5%11-3235.5%20-2676.8%571225219156
vs opponents averaging110.755.641-8945.8%12-3335.5%18-2376.7%541024218145
Stats Against (Home Games)113.457.241-8846.7%11-3133.8%21-2777.4%551124219157
Average power rating of opponents played: TORONTO 95.5,  ATLANTA 95.4
TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/11/2019LA CLIPPERS92-112L2.5L223U31-8835.2%521838-8644.2%5918
12/18/2019@ DETROIT112-99W-2W217.5U39-9142.9%551239-8744.8%5515
12/23/2019@ INDIANA115-120L7.5W208O43-9445.7%591445-9547.4%5611
12/28/2019@ BOSTON113-97W7W217U44-8452.4%602231-7839.7%4114
12/29/2019OKLAHOMA CITY97-98L-5L209U35-8342.2%471434-7843.6%4817
1/2/2020@ MIAMI76-84L5.5L215U28-8931.5%571033-8140.7%6014
1/4/2020@ BROOKLYN121-102W2W216O44-9745.4%55732-6747.8%5024
1/8/2020@ CHARLOTTE112-110W-2T206.5O42-9444.7%511038-8644.2%6217
1/12/2020SAN ANTONIO104-105L-4.5L220U39-9640.6%561138-8743.7%6011
1/15/2020@ OKLAHOMA CITY130-121W1W213O52-8561.2%411843-8550.6%3918
1/18/2020@ MINNESOTA122-112W-3.5W224O47-9151.6%471438-9440.4%6017
1/20/2020@ ATLANTA              
1/24/2020@ NEW YORK              
1/26/2020@ SAN ANTONIO              
1/30/2020@ CLEVELAND              
1/31/2020@ DETROIT              

ATLANTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/11/2019@ CHICAGO102-136L6.5L221O35-8342.2%502354-9457.4%4713
12/15/2019LA LAKERS96-101L12W230U31-8636.0%501936-8442.9%6522
12/17/2019@ NEW YORK120-143L2.5L225.5O45-9945.5%471053-9555.8%6111
12/21/2019@ BROOKLYN112-122L7L232O39-10537.1%571046-10046.0%7615
12/23/2019@ CLEVELAND118-121L-2L232O45-9547.4%471650-9652.1%5523
12/28/2019@ CHICAGO81-116L9.5L216.5U32-8637.2%471943-8749.4%5817
12/30/2019@ ORLANDO101-93W10.5W209U39-8148.1%572037-8941.6%509
1/3/2020@ BOSTON106-109L10.5W224U39-9341.9%511441-9344.1%6612
1/10/2020@ WASHINGTON101-111L-1.5L238U41-8946.1%691842-11237.5%729
1/12/2020@ BROOKLYN86-108L9L225.5U32-9733.0%411241-7753.2%7424
1/17/2020@ SAN ANTONIO121-120W9W230.5O41-8250.0%511945-9845.9%5115
1/22/2020LA CLIPPERS              
1/24/2020@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
1/28/2020@ TORONTO              
2/1/2020@ DALLAS              
2/5/2020@ MINNESOTA              
TORONTO: LAST SEASON: 58-24, won NBA Finals.
COACH: Nick Nurse (second season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Kyle Lowry (14.2 ppg, 8.7 apg), G Norman Powell (8.6 ppg), F OG Anunoby (7.0 ppg), F Pascal Siakam (16.9 ppg), C Marc Gasol (15.7 ppg, 8.6 rpg).
KEY LOSSES: F Kawhi Leonard, G Danny Green
KEY ADDITIONS: F Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, F Stanley Johnson, G Matt Thomas
PLAYERS TO WATCH: A runaway winner of the NBA's Most Improved Player Award last season, Siakam doesn't look likely to rest on his laurels. Nurse said he's seen more maturity and calmness in Siakam this fall, something new for a player whose game was previously all about speed and energy. Thomas has never played in the NBA, but the former Iowa State star shot 48.1% (116 for 241) from 3-point range in helping Spain's Valencia Basket capture the 2019 EuroCup title.
OUTLOOK: The defending champions lost their best player when Leonard left for the Clippers, and took another hit when Green signed with the Lakers. While those departures may have dimmed Toronto's hopes of repeating, the Raptors aren't lottery-bound either. Lowry has made five straight All-Star teams, Gasol is a defensive force in the paint, and there's talent on the bench in guard Fred VanVleet and big man Serge Ibaka. Expect the Raptors to earn a top-four seed in a balanced Eastern Conference.

Because of this important information, no power rating or computer score edges are posted for this game.

ATLANTA: LAST SEASON: 29-53, missed playoffs.
COACH: Lloyd Pierce (second season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Trae Young (19.1 ppg, 8.1 apg), G Kevin Huerter (9.7 ppg), F De'Andre Hunter (No. 5 overall pick), F John Collins (19.5 ppg, 9.8 rpg), C Damian Jones (5.4 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: C Dewayne Dedmon, G Kent Bazemore, F Omari Spellman
KEY ADDITIONS: Hunter, Jones, F Cam Reddish, F Jabari Parker, G Evan Turner, G Allen Crabbe, F Chandler Parsons, C Bruno Fernando.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Young and Collins are two of the NBA's top young players, while Huerter shows plenty of promise, so the key to this season will be how well they mesh with two more first-round picks, Hunter and No. 10 choice Reddish. Hunter figures to start right away, while Reddish will get plenty of playing time off the bench. Also keep an eye on Parker, the No. 2 overall pick in 2014 by the Milwaukee Bucks. While he has yet to develop into the star everyone expected, Parker is still just 24 years old and has averaged 15.1 points per game over his five-year career. The Hawks, who are focused on player development, hope they can flush out Parker's game. Finally, the Hawks will send out 42-year-old Vince Carter for his record 22nd ' and final ' season in the NBA. Carter showed last season he's still got game, but he won't get as many minutes in his last hurrah as he serves more of a coach-mentor role to all the young players.
OUTLOOK: The Hawks showed promise in Pierce's first season but this franchise is still in the midst of a major rebuilding job. Atlanta might have an outside shot at slipping into the playoffs, but would probably be better off getting another crack at the draft lottery. General manager Travis Schlenk has been acquiring over-priced players that other teams wanted to get off the books. Parsons ($25.1 million), Turner ($18.6 million) and Crabbe ($18.5 million) are in the final year of their contracts, which means 2020 is the year to really start paying attention to the Hawks.
Hawks look to break home losing streak vs. Raptors

The Atlanta Hawks enjoy being a part of the NBA's Martin Luther King Day festivities, commemorating their native son. But hosting the defending NBA champion Toronto Raptors on Monday won't give the home team any cause for celebration.

The matchup, the first part of a televised NBA quadrupleheader, has been tilted heavily in favor of the Raptors. Toronto has won eight straight meetings against the Hawks, including five in a row at Atlanta's State Farm Arena.

The Raptors prevailed 119-116 in the first meeting between the two clubs on Nov. 23 in Atlanta. The Hawks haven't beaten the Raptors since March 10, 2017.

Toronto, which has the third-best record in the Eastern Conference, has won three in a row, most recently a 122-112 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday. Toronto shot 51.6 percent from the field and held the Timberwolves to 28.0 percent shooting on 3-pointers.

Fred VanVleet sparked Toronto in his return to the lineup after missing five games with a right hamstring strain. Despite playing under restricted minutes, VanVleet scored 29 points and was 7-for-8 on 3-point shots.

"It looked like he was just riding a bike," Toronto coach Nick Nurse said. "He was really good."

Norman Powell came off the bench to score 20 points. He has posted four consecutive 20-plus efforts since returning from a left shoulder injury that caused him to miss 11 games. During this hot streak Powell is averaging 22.8 points and shooting 61.4 percent from the floor.

Toronto continues to be led in scoring by Pascal Siakam (23.8 points, 7.5 rebounds) and Kyle Lowry (20.4 points, 7.6 assists). Siakam moved into second place among Eastern Conference forwards in the most recent All-Star voting.

Atlanta has won two of its past three but is coming off a dreadful 136-103 loss to Detroit on Saturday. That occurred on the second half of a back-to-back that saw the Hawks win in San Antonio on Friday for the first time since 1997.

"We just didn't execute our plan well," forward John Collins said. "We came out a little slow and they hit us first and we really didn't respond too well."

The bright spot in the loss to the Pistons was Atlanta's ability to force 18 turnovers. The Hawks rank fifth in the league with 15.8 forced turnovers per game and have forced 15-plus turnovers on 24 occasions.

Collins had 20 points against the Pistons and blocked two shots, giving him a streak of seven games with at least one block, the second-longest streak of his career.

Trae Young, who averages 28.8, had only 16 points against the Pistons. The second-year guard is on pace to become only the third Hawk to average 28 points on the season, joining Bob Pettit (three times) and Dominique Wilkins (four times).

Jeff Teague, re-acquired in a trade earlier in the week, had 15 points and seven assists upon his return. That is the sort of relief effort for Young at point guard that the team has lacked all season.

The Hawks and Raptors have two more games this season, both in Toronto, Jan. 28 and April 10.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 4/3/2020 8:38:47 AM EST

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