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NBA : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 3/26/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore




ATLANTA (26 - 48) at NEW ORLEANS (31 - 44)
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ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-48+3.237-3742-31112.657.745.2%54.8118.660.147.2%55.3
Road Games11-26+2.421-1621-16110.457.344.9%53.9118.260.048.0%54.8
Last 5 Games2-3+1.73-23-2112.458.844.9%54.6118.461.045.8%57.0
ATLANTA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)112.657.741-9145.2%13-3635.3%18-2375.4%551226248175
vs opponents surrendering110.755.641-8946.0%11-3235.4%18-2376.8%541024218145
Team Stats (Road Games)110.457.340-9044.9%13-3635.5%17-2374.4%541225239185
Stats Against (All Games)118.660.143-9047.2%12-3436.0%21-2875.5%5510272210145
vs opponents averaging110.455.541-8945.8%11-3235.4%18-2376.6%531024218135
Stats Against (Road Games)118.260.043-8948.0%12-3236.2%21-2775.7%5510272211156

NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games31-44-14.835-3939-35115.458.047.3%55.5116.160.746.6%53.9
Home Games18-18-5.316-2017-18115.757.447.2%55.2115.359.547.4%52.8
Last 5 Games1-4-3.21-42-3112.251.243.9%59.2123.462.446.6%60.2
NEW ORLEANS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)115.458.044-9247.3%10-3034.4%18-2475.8%551127218145
vs opponents surrendering110.655.641-8946.0%11-3235.4%18-2376.7%531024218145
Team Stats (Home Games)115.757.444-9347.2%10-2934.0%18-2476.3%551227218145
Stats Against (All Games)116.160.743-9246.6%12-3436.1%18-2475.9%541127218135
vs opponents averaging110.955.841-8946.0%11-3235.4%18-2376.7%531024218145
Stats Against (Home Games)115.359.543-9147.4%12-3335.4%17-2376.1%531126218146
Average power rating of opponents played: ATLANTA 95.1,  NEW ORLEANS 95.8
ATLANTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/14/2019NEW YORK91-106L-7.5L228U33-9136.3%501238-8445.2%6614
2/25/2019@ HOUSTON111-119L12.5W234.5U39-8048.7%481739-9043.3%5512
3/3/2019@ CHICAGO123-118W4W229O42-8947.2%571347-9251.1%5014
3/4/2019@ MIAMI113-114L10W221.5O38-9141.8%501444-7955.7%5018
3/6/2019SAN ANTONIO104-111L5.5L233.5U36-9239.1%541444-8949.4%5715
3/10/2019NEW ORLEANS128-116W-2W237.5O48-9849.0%61945-10144.6%488
3/16/2019@ BOSTON120-129L10.5W234O43-10043.0%591744-9347.3%6114
3/17/2019@ ORLANDO91-101L9L225.5U38-9141.8%531833-8538.8%6214
3/26/2019@ NEW ORLEANS              
4/2/2019@ SAN ANTONIO              
4/5/2019@ ORLANDO              
4/7/2019@ MILWAUKEE              

NEW ORLEANS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/14/2019OKLAHOMA CITY131-122W4.5W238.5O50-9254.3%561450-10647.2%4813
2/22/2019@ INDIANA111-126L5L223O43-9346.2%641844-9347.3%5911
2/23/2019LA LAKERS128-115W6.5W234.5O50-9652.1%501744-8154.3%4523
2/27/2019@ LA LAKERS119-125L6.5W240O46-10245.1%641349-9452.1%568
3/1/2019@ PHOENIX130-116W-4.5W239O50-8757.5%572440-9442.6%4419
3/2/2019@ DENVER120-112W13.5W238U45-9248.9%582139-9242.4%5416
3/4/2019@ UTAH115-112W9.5W231.5U46-9647.9%51843-9246.7%5418
3/10/2019@ ATLANTA116-128L2L237.5O45-10144.6%48848-9849.0%619
3/18/2019@ DALLAS129-125W5W232O49-10447.1%621746-10543.8%6015
3/20/2019@ ORLANDO96-119L9.5L224U38-10237.3%591346-10245.1%6614
3/31/2019LA LAKERS              
4/5/2019@ PHOENIX              
4/7/2019@ SACRAMENTO              
4/9/2019GOLDEN STATE              
ATLANTA: LAST SEASON: 24-58, missed playoffs.
COACH: Lloyd Pierce (first season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Trae Young (27.4 ppg, University of Oklahoma), G Kent Bazemore (12.9 ppg), C Alex Len (8.5 ppg, Phoenix), F Taurean Prince (14.1 ppg), F John Collins (10.5 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G Dennis Schroder
KEY ADDITIONS: Young, G Kevin Huerter, F Omari Spellman, G Vince Carter
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Young, the fifth overall draft pick, is an exciting point guard who's likely to make a lot of rookie mistakes. Collins is primed to boost his scoring after spending the offseason to improve his jump shot. Prince has emerged as a team leader. Rookies Huerter and Spellman are first-round picks.
OUTLOOK: This season marks the second under general manager Travis Schlenk and the first of a complete rebuild. He and Pierce will take a patient approach with a young team that might struggle to win 20 games. The Hawks hope they drafted a franchise cornerstone in Young, but they aren't pressing him. Young was in high school two years ago and struggled at times in the second half of his only season at Oklahoma. Collins and Prince should be better in their second and third seasons, and Pierce will find opportunities for Huerter and Spellman if they earn the minutes in practice.
NEW ORLEANS: LAST SEASON: 48-34, lost in Western Conference semifinals.
COACH: Alvin Gentry (fourth season, 16th NBA season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Elfrid Payton (12.7 ppg, Orlando/Phoenix), G Jrue Holiday (19 ppg), F E'Twaun Moore (12.5 ppg), F Anthony Davis, (28.1 ppg), C Julius Randle (16.1 ppg, Lakers).
KEY LOSSES: C-F DeMarcus Cousins, G Rajon Rondo
KEY ADDITIONS: Randle, Payton
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Davis and Holiday played the best basketball of their careers last season and provide the Pelicans hope of returning to the playoffs. Davis has continued working on building his physique and strength with the expectation that he might have to play more at center now the Cousins is out of the picture. Davis also says his goal is to prove he is the most dominant player in the NBA. Holiday thrived last season when he was able to play more at shooting guard, allowing him to focus more on scoring and crunch-time defending than setting up the offense. The acquisition of Payton should allow Holiday to resume that role.
OUTLOOK: While it's hard to replace Cousins and Rondo, general manager Dell Demps is hoping Randle and Payton wind up being better fits because of their relative youth, defensive play and ability to thrive in an up-tempo offense. Gentry has said he wants the Pelicans to play even faster than their NBA-leading pace last season. It just might work. New Orleans' top three front court players 'Davis, Randle and Nikola Mirotic' all have shown they can be effective playing that way.
Hawks, Pelicans look for growth in final weeks

The Atlanta Hawks and the New Orleans Pelicans have a lot in common.

They both saw their playoff hopes disappear a while ago.

Both are focused on developing young players as they finish out the season.

And both have had chances to gauge themselves against contending teams in recent games.

That's where the similarity ends as the Pelicans prepare to host the Hawks on Tuesday. Atlanta has won two consecutive games against playoff teams and New Orleans has lost two consecutive games against playoff contenders.

The Hawks' most recent victory came Saturday night when rookie guard Trae Young had 11 assists and scored 32 points, including a last-second basket that produced a 129-127 home against

Philadelphia, which had won its last six games and is the No. 3 seed in the Eastern Conference.

Young created his basket off the dribble after receiving an in-bounds pass with 3.5 seconds on the game clock.

"Those are the type of plays you live for, with the clock counting down," Young said. "I just wanted to get to my strong suit and get to my pull-up, that mid-range floater I have."

Teammate John Collins said the winning play was a very simple one.

"Give the ball to Trae, and he takes off," Collins said.

The young Hawks, who matched a season-high with 74 first-half points, have won two of three against the Sixers and the last victory was preceded two days earlier by a 117-114 home victory against

Utah, which is on the verge of clinching a playoff spot. Young had 23 points and 11 assists in that contest.

According to the Hawks, Young's five games with 30 points and 10 assists tied Stephen Curry and Michael Jordan for the second-most by a rookie, trailing only the 24 by Oscar Robertson.

If Young starts the final eight games, he will join Dominique Wilkins and Stacey Augmon as the only Atlanta rookies to start all 82 games. He already holds the franchise records for assists and 3-pointers by a rookie.

Young was the fifth player selected in last year's draft, selected by Dallas and traded to Atlanta, so big things were expected of him right away.

New Orleans, though, is relying on less-heralded youngsters, especially with starters Jrue Holiday and E'Twaun Moore sidelined by injury.

Frank Jackson is a rookie guard even though he was drafted in the second round two years ago by Charlotte and traded to the Pelicans. He missed all of last season because of a foot injury, but has shown glimpses of his potential lately.

He had a team-high 19 points and a career-high six assists in the Pelicans' 113-90 home loss to Houston on Sunday. The victory clinched a playoff spot for Houston, which sits in third place in the West.

Jackson, fellow rookie Kenrich Williams and third-year forward Cheick Diallo are among the young players getting a long look from the Pelicans down the stretch.

"We want to play to win games," New Orleans coach Alvin Gentry said, "but I think we've got to look at the bigger picture."

Williams was challenged with the task of defending Rockets guard James Harden, who had scored a combined 118 points in Houston's last two victories. Harden had a mere 28 points, eight below his league-leading average, against New Orleans, but he played only played 29 minutes as the Rockets dominated from beginning to end.

"Obviously with the score the way it was," Gentry said, "I don't know how hungry (Harden) was to try to go get baskets."

The loss to the Rockets was preceded by a 119-96 loss in Orlando against the Magic, who are within striking distance of the final playoff spot in the East.

The Pelicans have lost eight of their last nine games, including a 128-116 loss to the Hawks on March 10 in Atlanta.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 7/22/2019 7:48:50 AM EST

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