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NBA : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 3/19/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore




INDIANA (44 - 27) at LA CLIPPERS (41 - 30)
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Tuesday, 3/19/2019 10:35 PM
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INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games44-27+6.235-3528-43107.955.147.5%51.6103.952.944.9%51.4
Road Games17-18-0.914-2017-18107.155.447.5%49.7107.755.746.9%50.5
Last 5 Games2-3-12-30-599.654.442.8%52.0103.655.645.2%53.2
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)107.955.141-8747.5%10-2637.3%16-2175.5%52926209135
vs opponents surrendering111.45641-8946.1%11-3235.6%18-2376.7%541025218145
Team Stats (Road Games)107.155.441-8547.5%9-2536.8%17-2275.5%50925209144
Stats Against (All Games)103.952.938-8544.9%11-3235.6%16-2175.4%511024207155
vs opponents averaging110.755.641-8945.8%11-3235.3%18-2376.8%531024218145
Stats Against (Road Games)107.755.739-8446.9%12-3237.8%17-2276.2%511025218155

LA CLIPPERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games41-30+12.840-3137-33114.758.746.8%54.3113.758.345.4%54.1
Home Games22-13+1.419-1622-12117.559.547.2%55.1114.156.845.1%54.4
Last 5 Games4-1+32-33-2121.859.846.7%59.2117.454.646.1%55.4
LA CLIPPERS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)114.758.741-8846.8%10-2538.7%23-2979.2%541023247145
vs opponents surrendering1115641-8946.0%11-3235.4%18-2376.6%531024218145
Team Stats (Home Games)117.559.543-9047.2%10-2639.3%22-2880.1%551125247135
Stats Against (All Games)113.758.341-9145.4%10-3034.1%21-2777.4%541124248136
vs opponents averaging111.35641-8946.1%11-3235.3%18-2376.3%541025218145
Stats Against (Home Games)114.156.841-9245.1%10-3133.9%21-2777.6%541125248136
Average power rating of opponents played: INDIANA 94.9,  LA CLIPPERS 96.2
INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/7/2019LA CLIPPERS116-92W-6.5W221U49-8756.3%471937-8543.5%4819
2/22/2019NEW ORLEANS126-111W-5W223O44-9347.3%591143-9346.2%6418
2/23/2019@ WASHINGTON119-112W1W227.5O47-8356.6%482342-7953.2%3922
2/25/2019@ DETROIT109-113L2.5L211O40-8746.0%491139-8844.3%5812
2/27/2019@ DALLAS101-110L-1L214.5U37-7748.1%451440-8149.4%4915
3/7/2019@ MILWAUKEE98-117L9.5L223.5U35-9038.9%511043-8650.0%5713
3/10/2019@ PHILADELPHIA89-106L6L217.5U31-8337.3%601438-8743.7%6313
3/12/2019NEW YORK103-98W-10.5L208.5U37-8543.5%491035-8043.7%5520
3/14/2019OKLAHOMA CITY108-106W-1W217.5U37-8245.1%501638-8644.2%5217
3/16/2019@ DENVER100-102L7W214U34-7545.3%55939-8247.6%4710
3/18/2019@ PORTLAND98-106L4.5L211U35-8242.7%461437-7946.8%4917
3/19/2019@ LA CLIPPERS              
3/21/2019@ GOLDEN STATE              
3/27/2019@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
3/29/2019@ BOSTON              
4/3/2019@ DETROIT              

LA CLIPPERS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/7/2019@ INDIANA92-116L6.5L221U37-8543.5%481949-8756.3%4719
2/9/2019@ BOSTON123-112W11.5W228.5O40-8447.6%581739-9242.4%5412
2/11/2019@ MINNESOTA120-130L3.5L232.5O37-7251.4%412147-9052.2%4812
2/22/2019@ MEMPHIS112-106W-3W217O35-7546.7%632333-9036.7%4511
2/24/2019@ DENVER96-123L9.5L235.5U30-8734.5%491744-8551.8%6522
2/27/2019@ UTAH105-111L10W227U37-9439.4%561038-9241.3%6716
3/1/2019@ SACRAMENTO116-109W3.5W239.5U40-9243.5%651141-9344.1%528
3/3/2019NEW YORK128-107W-10W226.5O48-9849.0%631635-8839.8%5213
3/4/2019@ LA LAKERS113-105W4W235.5U41-8349.4%571238-9141.8%4712
3/8/2019OKLAHOMA CITY118-110W-2W237U39-8645.3%671041-10240.2%6511
3/22/2019@ CLEVELAND              
3/24/2019@ NEW YORK              
3/26/2019@ MINNESOTA              
3/28/2019@ MILWAUKEE              
INDIANA: LAST SEASON: 48-34, lost in Eastern Conference first round.
COACH: Nate McMillan (third season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Darren Collison (12.4 ppg, 5.3 assists), G Victor Oladipo (23.1 ppg, 2.36 steals), F Bojan Bogdanovic (14.3 ppg) , F Thaddeus Young (11.8 ppg, 6.3 rebounds), C Myles Turner (12.7 ppg, 6.4 rebounds, 1.82 blocks)
KEY LOSSES: G Lance Stephenson, C Al Jefferson
KEY ADDITIONS: G Tyreke Evans, F Doug McDermott, F Kyle O'Quinn, G Aaron Holiday
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Oladipo spent most of the offseason fine-tuning his game in hopes of proving his first All-Star appearance was no fluke. He needs to demonstrate he can still excel while being the focal point of opposing defenses. Turner worked on getting stronger and more flexible, hoping it will make him a better rebounder and more consistent defender. Evans and McDermott add scoring punch off the bench.
OUTLOOK: Last year's surprise ascension in the Eastern Conference could be just the start. The entire starting lineup returns intact along with the top two bench players (Domantas Sabonis and Cory Joseph). Evans, McDermott and O'Quinn should strengthen the bench. And if last year's first-round pick (T.J. Leaf) and this year's top pick (Aaron Holiday) produce as McMillan believes they can, they could become a serious threat to conference favorites Boston and Toronto.
LA CLIPPERS: LAST SEASON: 42-40, missed playoffs.
COACH: Doc Rivers (sixth season, 20th NBA season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: F Tobias Harris (18.6 ppg), G Patrick Beverley (12.2 ppg), C Marcin Gortat (8.4 ppg, Washington), F Danilo Gallinari (15.3 ppg), G Avery Bradley (14.3 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: C DeAndre Jordan, F Blake Griffin, G Austin Rivers
KEY ADDITIONS: Gortat, F Luc Mbah a Moute, F Mike Scott, G Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, G Jerome Robinson
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Harris will look to build on the promise he showed after coming over in the Griffin trade. Gortat takes over from the departed Jordan in the middle. Beverley, Gallinari and Bradley have the most to prove since they missed big chunks of last season.
OUTLOOK: With Jordan, Griffin and Chris Paul cleared out, the Clippers lack a star player for the first time in years. This group's biggest priority will be to stay healthy after injuries decimated the roster last season and forced Rivers to start an NBA-leading 37 different lineups. Beverley has dubbed this team "Clamp City," saying the Clippers will hang their hat on defense. They face a tough start to the schedule, with 12 of their first 14 games against teams that made the playoffs last season.
Pacers to get first glimpse of new-look Clippers

The only team to see the Clippers in the midst of their midseason costume change will arrive in Los Angeles knowing that first-hand experience over a month ago will not tell them anything they need to know heading into a key late-season clash.

The Indiana Pacers will also arrive in L.A. knowing that a victory can clinch a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

A game plan for Tuesday night will have to come from scratch.

A previous Feb. 6 meeting against the Clippers at Indiana came during the Pacers' six-game winning streak, which was also the last time they won as many as three consecutive games. It was also the week of the NBA trade deadline when the Clippers made three separate moves to alter a roster that was fighting for playoff eligibility.

When the Pacers earned a 116-92 victory that night, none of the new Clippers reinforcements were on hand. Johnathan Motley logged a season-high 29 minutes, and for Angel Delgado, it remains the only NBA game he has appeared in (he scored three points).

Former Clippers players who never made it to Indiana that night: leading scorer Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic, Mike Scott, Marcin Gortat, Milos Teodosic and Avery Bradley.

Clippers players who had yet to arrive by then, but have since helped the team to an 11-4 record, while solidifying L.A.'s playoff chances: Landry Shamet, Wilson Chandler, Jamychal Green, Garrett Temple and Ivica Zubac.

One Clippers player who hasn't gone anywhere is Lou Williams, who is scoring 20.4 points per game off the bench this season and 23.4 per game since all the roster moves went down. Williams' 30-foot 3-pointer while moving to his left at the buzzer Sunday gave the Clippers a 119-116 victory over the Brooklyn Nets.

And in typical Williams shun-the-spotlight fashion, everything about his heroics were rooted in modesty.

"We were in a position to win the game," Williams said. "We felt like we had some dead possessions. We let some things slip. We got a five-second call that I thought was a little fast, but it happens in a game. It came down to making a 30-foot fade away for the game. Like I said, you give credit to Brooklyn for that."

The Pacers will enter coming off a 106-98 defeat Monday night at Portland. A Miami Heat defat to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday, or a Pacers victory, would have clinched a playoff berth for Indiana. Neither happened.

Despite losing star player Victor Oladipo to a ruptured quadriceps tendon on Jan. 23, and going through a four-game losing streak that followed, the Pacers are 12-8 since and are in fourth place in the Eastern Conference.

And even with consecutive defeats to start their four-game West Coast road trip, the Pacers have already put themselves in playoff mode where an elite offense can still flourish, but a grittier defensive mindset starts to take hold.

"That's how these games are going to be played," Pacers guard Darren Collison said. "I always feel like when it's high-level basketball against these teams, you still have to find a way to win games and it's not (always) going to be pretty on the offensive end. You have to do it on the defensive end."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 7/16/2019 2:06:58 AM EST

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