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Monday 10/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




PHOENIX (1 - 1) at GOLDEN STATE (2 - 1)
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Monday, 10/22/2018 10:35 PM
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518GOLDEN STATE-13-12.5
PHOENIX - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games1-1+0.21-11-1106.052.546.2%47.5109.555.546.8%54.0
Road Games0-1-10-10-
Last 5 Games1-1+0.21-11-1106.052.546.2%47.5109.555.546.8%54.0
Division Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
PHOENIX Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)106.052.536-7946.2%15-3641.1%18-2570.6%47827245153
vs opponents surrendering112.156.639-8247.3%13-3140.3%22-2879.6%49725286154
Team Stats (Road Games)91.049.029-7737.7%11-3928.2%22-3562.9%471020266194
Stats Against (All Games)109.555.540-8646.8%9-3031.1%19-2477.6%54928239135
vs opponents averaging114.357.240-9045.0%11-3530.5%23-3271.9%581226249126
Stats Against (Road Games)119.065.043-8550.6%9-2832.1%24-2982.8%619283112186

GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-100-31-2110.058.348.7%54.0107.758.340.6%58.0
Home Games1-0+10-10-1108.057.044.2%65.0100.047.036.3%60.0
Last 5 Games2-100-31-2110.058.348.7%54.0107.758.340.6%58.0
Division Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)110.058.342-8748.7%8-2532.4%17-2086.7%541026277186
vs opponents surrendering110.656.842-8747.8%9-2535.0%19-2476.7%51923277156
Team Stats (Home Games)108.057.042-9544.2%7-2626.9%17-1894.4%651628297207
Stats Against (All Games)107.758.336-8940.6%12-3830.4%24-3666.7%5813222111135
vs opponents averaging111.960.438-8943.2%11-3432.1%24-3472.2%591222239145
Stats Against (Home Games)100.047.033-9136.3%10-3727.0%24-3764.9%6016212111146
Average power rating of opponents played: PHOENIX 97,  GOLDEN STATE 102.3
PHOENIX - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/20/2018@ DENVER91-119L10.5L224.5U29-7737.7%471943-8550.6%6118
10/22/2018@ GOLDEN STATE              
10/24/2018LA LAKERS              
10/27/2018@ MEMPHIS              
10/28/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
10/31/2018SAN ANTONIO              

GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/16/2018OKLAHOMA CITY108-100W-12L220.5U42-9544.2%652033-9136.3%6014
10/19/2018@ UTAH124-123W-2.5L218.5O49-8756.3%461640-8944.9%4816
10/21/2018@ DENVER98-100L-4.5L230.5U36-7945.6%511835-8640.7%668
10/26/2018@ NEW YORK              
10/28/2018@ BROOKLYN              
10/29/2018@ CHICAGO              
10/31/2018NEW ORLEANS              
PHOENIX: LAST SEASON: 21-61, missed playoffs.
COACH: Igor Kokoskov (first season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Devin Booker (24.9 ppg), G Shaquille Harrison (6.6 ppg), F Trevor Ariza (11.7 ppg, Houston), F Ryan Anderson (9.3 ppg), C Deandre Ayton (rookie, 20.1 ppg at Arizona).
KEY LOSSES: F Marquese Chriss, C Alex Len, F Jared Dudley
KEY ADDITIONS: Ariza, Anderson, Ayton, G Mikhal Bridges
PLAYERS TO WATCH: First and foremost is Ayton, the 7-foot-1 multi-skilled big man chosen No. 1 overall in the draft. Kokoskov sees him as a rim protector on defense and he possesses a soft outside touch to go with bruising, athletic inside moves. The question is how he handles the much tougher world of the NBA. Also, Booker. He underwent hand surgery and missed the preseason, athough he did a lot of left-handed workouts. He wants to be back by the season opener and is anxious to prove he was worth that five-year, $158 million contract he signed in the offseason.
OUTLOOK: It's been a long time since this franchise was relevant and there is more turmoil as this season begins. Nine days before the opener, Suns owner Robert Sarver fired general manager Ryan McDonough. There is no true proven point guard on the roster and who knows whether the team can find one. The hope rests with Booker, Ayton and Josh Jackson, who will come off the bench at least initially. Kokoskov is widely respected. But it's hard to see that eight-year absence from the postseason ending anytime soon.
GOLDEN STATE: LAST SEASON: 58-24, NBA champions.
COACH: Steve Kerr (fifth season)
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Stephen Curry (26.4 ppg), G Klay Thompson (20.0 ppg), F Kevin Durant (26.4 ppg), F Draymond Green (11.0 ppg), C Kevon Looney (4.0 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: C JaVale McGee, C David West, C Zaza Pachulia
KEY ADDITIONS: C DeMarcus Cousins, G Damion Lee, G Jacob Evans, F Jonas Jerebko
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Once Cousins returns to full health from his recovery after left Achilles tendon surgery, the Warriors could have an all-All-Star starting five. Jordan Bell and Kevon Looney made key contributions during the playoffs and will certainly be more heavily featured in Kerr's rotations given the departures of McGee, West and Pachulia.
OUTLOOK: With two straight titles and three in the past four years, Kerr has been stressing that his players must enjoy their time together because there are no guarantees of what could come next after this season with unsettled contract situations for Durant, Green and Thompson to name a few. Curry is coming off what he considers one of his best offseason training programs and Durant has captured the past two NBA Finals MVP crowns. With LeBron James now on the Lakers after four straight finals against Golden State with Cleveland, has the West made big enough offseason strides to keep up with star-studded Warriors?
Warriors look to extend 15-game winning streak over Suns

OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Golden State Warriors will look to extend a franchise record when they host the Phoenix Suns in the second game of a back-to-back Monday night.

The Warriors dominated the Suns last season, sweeping the four-game season series by an average score of 122-100 while shooting better than 50 percent in each contest.

The 487 points scored by the Warriors against the Suns were tied for the fourth-most in any matchup last season. Golden State's 502 points in four games against the Los Angeles Lakers topped that list.

The sweep extended Golden State's winning streak over Phoenix to 15 games, the Warriors' longest against a single opponent in franchise history.

The last time the Suns beat the Warriors was on Nov. 9, 2014, which was Steve Kerr's sixth game as the Golden State coach. Kerr had begun his coaching career 5-0.

Kerr got credit for all four wins last season despite, technically, not coaching one of the games. He stepped aside to allow his veteran players to "coach" the team in the clubs' first meeting last season, a 129-83 home win in February that did not sit well with several members of the Suns and their coach at the time, Jay Triano.

"You have to do what you have to do to build your own team up," Triano said to reporters rather curtly after the shellacking. "If he thinks that helps them, I tip my hat."

Without singling out anyone, Kerr responded harshly a day later to those who criticized him.

"I've been quickly reminded today of what an insane world we live in," he told reporters after social media had piled on, "and how everything now is just a story and constantly judged and picked apart."

The Suns didn't have star guard Devin Booker for any of the four head-to-heads last season. He sat the February meeting with a hip injury, then missed the last three contests with a season-ending hand injury.

Booker wasn't totally recovered from the hand issue during the preseason, sitting out all five Suns games.

He returned to pour in 35 points in the Suns' season-opening, 121-100 home win over Dallas, before scoring 25 in Saturday's 119-91 loss at Denver.

Booker won't be the only somewhat unfamiliar face awaiting the Warriors on Monday. The Suns imported veteran forwards Trevor Ariza and Ryan Anderson from a Houston Rockets team that took Golden State to the limit before falling in seven games in the Western Conference Finals last May,

The Suns flew to Oakland after Saturday's loss, beating Golden State to California by a full day. The Warriors saw the Nuggets in Denver on Sunday night, falling 100-98.

The back-to-back is one of just 13 -- an all-time franchise-low -- the Warriors will have to endure this season.

The Warriors returned home after a tough two-game stretch at Utah and Denver, with both games decided by shots at the buzzer.

Jonas Jerebko stunned his former teammates with a tip-in with three-tenths of a second remaining at Utah on Friday night, providing the Warriors with a 124-123 victory.

The Warriors then were two feet away from sending Sunday's loss at Denver into overtime before Damian Jones had a layup blocked from behind by the Nuggets' Juan Hernangomez as time expired.

Last Updated: 3/23/2019 4:36:09 AM EST

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