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NBA : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 12/10/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore




ATLANTA (6 - 17) at MIAMI (17 - 6)
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Tuesday, 12/10/2019 8:05 PM
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ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games6-17-4.211-1213-10108.753.545.4%52.3117.358.046.9%54.6
Road Games3-9-0.25-78-4109.054.444.0%52.3122.262.147.9%55.9
Last 5 Games2-303-23-2111.850.646.7%47.0115.854.646.2%57.4
Division Games2-2+0.12-21-3104.749.545.7%54.2106.053.541.6%55.7
ATLANTA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.753.540-8945.4%10-3331.7%18-2375.2%521023239175
vs opponents surrendering109.154.440-8944.8%12-3435.2%18-2376.7%531024218155
Team Stats (Road Games)109.054.439-9044.0%11-3531.5%19-2577.6%521123249175
Stats Against (All Games)117.358.042-8946.9%13-3536.8%21-2779.4%551224219167
vs opponents averaging111.255.841-8945.8%12-3436.0%18-2376.7%541024218155
Stats Against (Road Games)122.262.143-9047.9%13-3637.9%23-2979.7%561225229167

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-6+16.213-811-11111.057.047.2%55.3105.553.543.6%48.8
Home Games10-0+10.47-26-4117.262.050.2%57.6101.351.942.3%42.8
Last 5 Games4-1+3.81-42-2109.053.643.7%58.2107.256.842.5%51.4
Division Games4-0+43-11-3111.760.248.4%
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)111.057.039-8347.2%13-3338.4%20-2676.1%55925229175
vs opponents surrendering111.855.941-8945.9%12-3435.8%18-2376.8%541025218156
Team Stats (Home Games)117.262.040-8050.2%13-3042.1%24-3078.7%581026229194
Stats Against (All Games)105.553.537-8643.6%12-3731.8%19-2577.2%49924239164
vs opponents averaging110.855.240-8945.2%12-3535.1%18-2376.6%541024218155
Stats Against (Home Games)101.351.935-8342.3%12-3731.7%19-2576.8%43823259174
Average power rating of opponents played: ATLANTA 95.8,  MIAMI 95.3
ATLANTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/5/2019SAN ANTONIO108-100W6W223U43-9047.8%611838-9141.8%5115
11/10/2019@ PORTLAND113-124L9L226O42-10440.4%631645-10443.3%7117
11/12/2019@ DENVER125-121W10W209O44-8353.0%651446-10444.2%483
11/14/2019@ PHOENIX112-128L8L229.5O40-9144.0%562241-8548.2%5220
11/16/2019@ LA CLIPPERS101-150L9L225O34-9037.8%471950-9353.8%6419
11/17/2019@ LA LAKERS101-122L14.5L220.5O37-8643.0%511747-8952.8%4916
11/22/2019@ DETROIT103-128L6L227.5O38-8843.2%411949-8259.8%4918
11/27/2019@ MILWAUKEE102-111L14.5W239.5U38-9440.4%641742-8847.7%5514
11/29/2019@ INDIANA104-105L11W223.5U39-9142.9%582439-9341.9%5615
11/30/2019@ HOUSTON111-158L13.5L238.5O38-8942.7%341352-8958.4%6415
12/2/2019GOLDEN STATE104-79W-6.5W222.5U41-8946.1%471433-8339.8%5423
12/8/2019@ CHARLOTTE122-107W1.5W222.5O44-9148.4%541336-9040.0%5311
12/10/2019@ MIAMI              
12/11/2019@ CHICAGO              
12/15/2019LA LAKERS              
12/17/2019@ NEW YORK              
12/21/2019@ BROOKLYN              
12/23/2019@ CLEVELAND              

MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/31/2019@ ATLANTA106-97W-7W215.5U40-8447.6%511336-8840.9%6016
11/5/2019@ DENVER89-109L4.5L210.5U32-8836.4%571345-8652.3%5519
11/7/2019@ PHOENIX124-108W1.5W220.5O45-8254.9%481337-8444.0%4914
11/8/2019@ LA LAKERS80-95L8.5L218.5U28-8035.0%491240-8944.9%5918
11/14/2019@ CLEVELAND108-97W-4.5W214.5U43-7954.4%451836-8542.4%4518
11/16/2019NEW ORLEANS109-94W-8W226U44-8154.3%512137-8245.1%3418
11/22/2019@ CHICAGO116-108W-4.5W217O39-7949.4%531941-9045.6%4413
11/23/2019@ PHILADELPHIA86-113L5.5L210.5U30-7540.0%441742-8350.6%5114
11/27/2019@ HOUSTON108-117L7L226U37-8046.2%491838-8246.3%5215
11/29/2019GOLDEN STATE122-105W-11.5W208O44-8253.7%581530-7739.0%399
12/1/2019@ BROOKLYN109-106W-4.5L215P37-9538.9%62940-9144.0%5612
12/3/2019@ TORONTO121-110W5.5W212O45-9945.5%631135-9138.5%5911
12/4/2019@ BOSTON93-112L5.5L208.5U34-7843.6%491835-8043.7%529
12/13/2019LA LAKERS              
12/14/2019@ DALLAS              
12/16/2019@ MEMPHIS              
12/18/2019@ PHILADELPHIA              
12/20/2019NEW YORK              
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.
MIAMI: LAST SEASON: 39-43, finished in 10th place in Eastern Conference.
COACH: Erik Spoelstra (12th season, 523-363).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Justise Winslow (12.6 ppg), G Dion Waiters (12.0), G Jimmy Butler (18.7 with Minnesota and Philadelphia), F Kelly Olynyk (10.0), C Bam Adebayo (8.9).
KEY LOSSES: G Dwyane Wade, G Josh Richardson, C Hassan Whiteside, G Rodney McGruder.
KEY ADDITIONS: Butler, G Tyler Herro, F-C Meyers Leonard.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Butler gets a team to call his own, and assumes the role of locker-room leader in the place of Wade ' who retired after 16 seasons, most of them with Miami. The Heat are hoping for healthier years from Waiters and PG Goran Dragic, after both missed about half of last season. Herro, the No. 13 pick in this year's draft, had a strong summer league and followed that up with big numbers in the preseason so he'll clearly be in the mix somewhere. Adebayo enters his first full year as the starting center, a job he won down the stretch last season, and will get help from fellow bigs Olynyk and Leonard. Winslow wants to be a leader for the group, but has missed 94 games in the last three seasons.
OUTLOOK: The Heat haven't won a playoff series since 2016 and are only 124-122 over the last three seasons, yet believe they can get back into more of a postseason-contender role ' even without Wade, who was the team's best player last season. Getting Butler was a major boost and he'll unquestionably be the key to everything Miami does, though he won't be asked to carry the load by himself. Defense wasn't the problem for Miami last season after the Heat finished No. 2 in the league in points allowed; the biggest issue was inconsistent offense, which figures to get better.
Heat aim to complete hat trick over visiting Hawks

The Miami Heat can expect to have a slightly different obstacle in their path Tuesday night when they seek to complete an early season hat trick over the visiting Atlanta Hawks.

The Heat beat the Hawks twice in a three-day, home-and-home series in October, prevailing 112-97 at home on a night when Atlanta star Trae Young suffered a sprained right ankle, then 106-97 two days later in Atlanta when Young had to take the night off.

The Heat figure to see a fully healthy Young this time around, with the second-year scoring machine having gone for 39 and 30 points in his last two outings.

Young is averaging 34.4 points over his last eight games.

The Hawks lost the first five of those eight, but have since won two of three, including 122-107 at Charlotte on Sunday in the opener of a three-game trip.

Young admitted over the weekend that's it's no consolation winning individual scoring duels when his team suffers a defeat.

"I hate that feeling when I play good individually, numbers-wise, but we don't win," he insisted. "Because you can't enjoy it, especially if you're a competitor like me."

Young lasted just 11 minutes, scoring five points, before suffering his ankle injury when the Hawks lost the opener of their earlier double-header against the Heat. He then had to watch Miami rookies Tyler Herro (29) and Kendrick Nunn (17) combine for 46 points in the run-away win.

Two nights later, it was much of the same -- except that Young was a fulltime observer. Nunn had 28 points and Herro 17 to complete the sweep.

The early attention-grabbers were the start of something big for the two rookies, one (Herro) a high-profile collegian at Kentucky who was a first-round pick, the other (Nunn) a relative unknown at Oakland University who went undrafted.

Among rookies, Nunn began the week third in scoring at 15.3 points per game, one spot ahead of Herro (14.5). Nunn also ranked second in assists (3.4), while Herro was tied for eighth in rebounds (4.0).

It's probably a stretch -- short of a sooner-than-expected comeback by Zion Williamson -- for anybody other than Ja Morant to believe they can win Rookie of the Year honors this season given the start that the Memphis standout has experienced, but Nunn surely hasn't given up the fight.

"I definitely feel like I'm the Rookie of the Year," he boasted recently to reporters. "It's early, but the way I've been performing, definitely, I'm in the running for that."

Nunn also is in the running for the unofficial title as Greatest Undrafted Rookie in NBA History.

It's been 10 seasons since any undrafted rookie averaged 15 or more points in his first season (Reggie Williams finished at 15.2 in 2010), and 70 since one averaged more than Nunn's current 15.3 (Frankie Brian, 17.8 in 1949-50).

Miami's three-headed rookie monster includes Chris Silva, who ranks first in rebounds (84) and blocks (14), and third in total points (82) among the NBA's current two-way players.

Silva totaled eight points and seven rebounds in the two earlier wins over the Hawks.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 12/2/2020 2:31:37 AM EST

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