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NBA : ATS Matchup
Sunday 1/26/2020Line$ LineOU LineScore




BOSTON (30 - 14) at NEW ORLEANS (17 - 29)
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BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games30-14+4.326-1720-23112.454.246.1%53.7105.252.144.5%52.9
Road Games12-9-113-78-13108.652.244.2%54.8103.751.643.1%55.4
Last 5 Games3-2+0.84-13-2121.857.848.1%53.8110.258.444.5%54.0
BOSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)112.454.241-9046.1%12-3435.8%18-2280.2%541124218136
vs opponents surrendering110.655.541-8845.9%12-3435.7%17-2376.6%531024208145
Team Stats (Road Games)108.652.240-9044.2%12-3534.0%17-2178.2%551122229146
Stats Against (All Games)105.252.138-8644.5%12-3334.5%17-2374.1%531023207156
vs opponents averaging109.85540-8945.6%12-3335.5%17-2276.2%531024218145
Stats Against (Road Games)103.751.637-8643.1%11-3234.5%18-2475.7%551122208156

NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-29-921-2226-20114.356.945.4%55.2117.659.946.6%55.0
Home Games8-15-9.111-1213-10116.957.146.0%56.2117.658.746.6%54.0
Last 5 Games2-3-1.23-23-2123.462.449.9%55.2123.058.845.4%56.0
NEW ORLEANS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)114.356.942-9245.4%14-3837.1%17-2373.4%551125227155
vs opponents surrendering109.85540-8945.3%12-3435.1%17-2276.8%531024218145
Team Stats (Home Games)116.957.142-9246.0%14-3937.2%18-2572.8%561126217145
Stats Against (All Games)117.659.943-9146.6%12-3436.5%20-2579.4%551024208144
vs opponents averaging111.455.841-8945.8%12-3435.6%18-2377.5%541024218145
Stats Against (Home Games)117.658.743-9146.6%13-3437.2%20-2579.0%541024218144
Average power rating of opponents played: BOSTON 94.8,  NEW ORLEANS 97.2
BOSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/18/2019@ DALLAS109-103W2.5W212.5U35-8640.7%651534-8739.1%477
12/25/2019@ TORONTO118-102W-4W214.5O46-9250.0%551938-8047.5%3917
12/31/2019@ CHARLOTTE109-92W-7.5W210U44-9745.4%621034-8639.5%5017
1/4/2020@ CHICAGO111-104W1W208O43-8252.4%521934-8042.5%4515
1/6/2020@ WASHINGTON94-99L-9L223U33-9534.7%651639-8446.4%5714
1/8/2020SAN ANTONIO114-129L-2L220O37-8941.6%461548-8755.2%5014
1/9/2020@ PHILADELPHIA98-109L1L219U38-8843.2%431443-8848.9%5712
1/11/2020NEW ORLEANS140-105W-11.5W223O55-10055.0%601040-10040.0%5416
1/16/2020@ MILWAUKEE123-128L11W228O43-9843.9%55743-8749.4%6010
1/20/2020LA LAKERS139-107W2.5W226.5O52-9355.9%601239-8943.8%4815
1/24/2020@ ORLANDO109-98W3W212.5U40-8646.5%551336-9040.0%5314
1/26/2020@ NEW ORLEANS              
1/28/2020@ MIAMI              
1/30/2020GOLDEN STATE              
2/3/2020@ ATLANTA              
2/9/2020@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
2/11/2020@ HOUSTON              

NEW ORLEANS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/18/2019@ MINNESOTA107-99W3W230U38-8644.2%631736-9537.9%5810
12/20/2019@ GOLDEN STATE102-106L-1.5L221U39-9341.9%601736-8343.4%5017
12/23/2019@ PORTLAND102-94W6W230U38-9340.9%611237-9140.7%5511
12/25/2019@ DENVER112-100W9W216U41-9045.6%571837-9240.2%5112
1/3/2020@ LA LAKERS113-123L10T225O48-10247.1%511143-8650.0%5212
1/4/2020@ SACRAMENTO117-115W2.5W228O38-8743.7%541538-8544.7%5920
1/10/2020@ NEW YORK123-111W-4.5W226.5O48-8655.8%521946-10046.0%5413
1/11/2020@ BOSTON105-140L11.5L223O40-10040.0%541655-10055.0%6010
1/13/2020@ DETROIT117-110W5W221.5O43-10341.7%731940-9940.4%569
1/18/2020LA CLIPPERS130-133L7.5W240.5O46-8653.5%632146-9349.5%4512
1/20/2020@ MEMPHIS126-116W3W250.5U42-8847.7%501646-10344.7%6214
1/22/2020SAN ANTONIO117-121L-3.5L235.5O39-8446.4%501445-8950.6%5111
1/28/2020@ CLEVELAND              
2/2/2020@ HOUSTON              
2/6/2020@ CHICAGO              
2/8/2020@ INDIANA              
COACH: Brad Stevens (seventh season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Kemba Walker (25.6 ppg), G Gordon Hayward (11.5), F Jaylen Brown. (13.0), F Jayson Tatum (15.7), C Enes Kanter (13.7)
KEY LOSSES: G Kyrie Irving, F/C Al Horford, F Marcus Morris, G Terry Rozier.
KEY ADDITIONS: Walker, Kanter, G Romeo Langford, F Grant Williams, G Carsen Edwards.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: It starts with Walker, who jumped at the chance in free agency to join a perennial playoff team. Following Kyrie Irving's departure to Brooklyn, it will also give Walker the opportunity to do what Irving couldn't: lead the Celtics to an NBA Finals. He'll need help, though. And that will again put the spotlight on youngsters Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. Both took small steps backward last season as infighting and chemistry issues plagued the team. Now, both will have key roles, much like they did two seasons ago when Irving missed the playoffs and they helped get the team to the Eastern Conference finals. It's an especially big year for Brown. The Celtics have until Oct. 21 to decide whether to extend his contract for another season or let him become a restricted free agent next summer.
OUTLOOK: The Celtics are going to have to tweak their style of play a little without Irving or Horford. Irving was their chief scorer and Horford played a huge role facilitating offense in the half court as well as on defense. Kanter is a big man that can run, which should fit in nicely with the up-tempo style this athletic roster is built for. Whether this team is ultimately able to be a threat to win the East will depend on how well Walker leads and if the starting unit gets enough support from its youthful group of reserves.
NEW ORLEANS: LAST SEASON: 33-49, finished tied for 12th in Western Conference.
COACH: Alvin Gentry (fifth season with Pelicans, 145-183; 17th season overall, 480-553).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Lonzo Ball (9.9 ppg), G Jrue Holiday (21.2), F Brandon Ingram (18.3), F Zion Williamson (rookie), C Derrick Favors (11.8).
KEY LOSSES: F Anthony Davis, F Julius Randle, G Elfrid Payton.
KEY ADDITIONS: F Williamson, F Ingram, G Ball, C Favors, G J.J. Redick, G Nickeil Alexander-Walker, C Jaxson Hayes.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Williamson was the No. 1 overall pick in last summer's NBA draft, was a highlight machine at Duke and has looked fearless in his first NBA preseason ' taking the ball to the hoop against the best interior defenders in the league and scoring more than 20 points in multiple games. The 6-foot-6, 285-pound rookie is a social media phenomenon and filling arenas everywhere he goes. But the additions of Ball and Redick will be important to New Orleans as well.
OUTLOOK: Of the Pelicans' four new starters brought in by Griffin, one was picked No. 1 overall this summer and two Ingram and Ball were picked second overall within the previous three years by the Lakers before being packaged with Josh Hart and draft picks in a trade sending Davis to Los Angeles. Combined with savvy veterans like Holiday and Favors, not to mention Redick off the bench, there are high hopes in New Orleans that the Pelicans are trending upward and might even contend for a playoff spot this season. The Pelicans also expect 2019 first-round picks Alexander-Walker and Hayes to contribute this season.
Celtics bid for 4th straight win in visit to Pelicans

The Boston Celtics are playing better despite being short-handed while the New Orleans Pelicans have struggled since getting healthy.

The Celtics seek their fourth consecutive victory Sunday when they visit the Pelicans, who are 0-2 since rookie Zion Williamson joined the lineup.

Jayson Tatum (groin), Jaylen Brown (ankle) and Enes Kanter (hip) were sidelined as Boston began a three-game road trip with a 109-98 victory at Orlando on Friday.

Kanter is out and Tatum and Brown are questionable for the game against the Pelicans. But the Celtics, who started the streak with lopsided home wins against the Los Angeles Lakers and Memphis Grizzlies, are doing just fine of late.

All-Star Kemba Walker scored 37 points and Gordon Hayward had 22 points and 14 rebounds against the Magic.

"Obviously, we had some of our top scorers out, so I tried to be more aggressive," Hayward said. "I always try to be a playmaker and help the bigs out on the boards."

The Celtics had 27 assists on 40 field goals.

"You have to focus even moreso when guys are out to do your job as well as you can," Boston coach Brad Stevens said. "That's what good teams do. You have to play with that kind of effort and do the little things that win games."

The Celtics trailed by as many as 16 points in the second quarter, but Walker kept them in the game by making four 3-pointers. He went 10 of 16 from the floor in the first half.

"I thought (Walker) gave us everything he had in the first half and we were worried (whether) he would have much left," Stevens said. "It was up to everyone else to take it to another level at that point and fortunately we did."

Williamson has been outstanding in his first two games, though his minutes have been limited in the wake of a 44-game absence due to arthroscopic knee surgery.

He has averaged 18.5 points and 6.5 rebounds in just under 20 minutes per game. He has made 15 of 20 field goals and 4 of 5 3-pointers, although he is just 3 of 8 from the free-throw line.

Forward Brandon Ingram earned All-Star consideration by averaging more than 25 points per game in Williamson's absence. But in the two games he has played alongside Williamson -- a 121-117 loss to San Antonio on Wednesday and a 113-106 loss to Denver two nights later -- Ingram has averaged 17.5 points and shot 27.3 percent from the floor, including only 23.0 percent on 3-pointers.

New Orleans allowed a franchise-worst 24 offensive rebounds against the Nuggets, leading to 35 second-chance points. The Pelicans made just 18 of 30 free throws while the Nuggets made all 20 of theirs.

"He's played great for us," Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said of Williamson. "It doesn't have anything to do with integrating him back in and everything to do with us keeping them off the offensive boards. That's where the game was.

"We have to find a way to get ourselves into transition and the only way we can do that is not taking the ball out of the basket and getting our rebounds."

New Orleans outshot Denver 46.3 percent (38 of 82) to 37.7 percent (40 of 106) from the floor and 44.4 percent (12 of 27) to 31.7 percent (13 of 41) on 3-pointers.

"I don't think we wanted it enough," Williamson said. "We picked it up a bit in the second half, but it's a game of two halves and we didn't play both."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 4/9/2020 7:44:23 AM EST

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