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NBA : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 10/24/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




INDIANA (2 - 2) at SAN ANTONIO (2 - 1)
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Wednesday, 10/24/2018 8:35 PM
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514SAN ANTONIO-2-1.5
INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-202-22-2108.756.248.7%55.7103.552.242.0%52.5
Road Games0-2-20-21-
Last 5 Games2-202-22-2108.756.248.7%55.7103.552.242.0%52.5
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.756.243-8848.7%10-2342.6%13-1965.4%561120237165
vs opponents surrendering110.655.141-9145.7%11-2837.4%17-2372.8%531222237145
Team Stats (Road Games)96.051.037-8941.6%7-2231.8%15-2169.8%531016246164
Stats Against (All Games)103.552.236-8742.0%12-3634.5%18-2475.8%52923209157
vs opponents averaging111.459.239-8645.9%12-3137.5%21-2778.2%541024238165
Stats Against (Road Games)109.556.040-8944.9%12-3930.4%17-2277.8%59925219169

SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-1+12-13-0121.057.045.5%55.7123.757.049.3%56.3
Home Games1-0+11-01-0112.056.043.0%64.0108.052.042.9%52.0
Last 5 Games2-1+12-13-0121.057.045.5%55.7123.757.049.3%56.3
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)121.057.044-9745.5%13-2847.0%20-2774.1%56152822694
vs opponents surrendering121.860.244-9745.4%12-3337.7%21-2775.9%571325247136
Team Stats (Home Games)112.056.040-9343.0%11-2544.0%21-2972.4%641922223124
Stats Against (All Games)123.757.046-9449.3%12-3038.9%19-2480.6%561226236134
vs opponents averaging122.961.445-9547.2%11-3233.4%23-2783.5%581125238146
Stats Against (Home Games)108.052.039-9142.9%6-1931.6%24-2788.9%521420279112
Average power rating of opponents played: INDIANA 93.2,  SAN ANTONIO 97.3
INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/19/2018@ MILWAUKEE101-118L3.5L217O38-8743.7%531744-9347.3%6117
10/22/2018@ MINNESOTA91-101L2L229U36-9139.6%531636-8542.4%5815
10/24/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              
10/27/2018@ CLEVELAND              
10/31/2018@ NEW YORK              
11/2/2018@ CHICAGO              
11/9/2018@ MIAMI              

SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/20/2018@ PORTLAND108-121L5L214O42-10042.0%49645-8453.6%5412
10/22/2018@ LA LAKERS143-142W1.5W226.5O50-9751.5%54955-10751.4%6315
10/27/2018LA LAKERS              
10/31/2018@ PHOENIX              
11/3/2018NEW ORLEANS              
11/7/2018@ MIAMI              
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.
SAN ANTONIO: LAST SEASON: 47-35, lost in Western Conference first round.
COACH: Gregg Popovich (23rd season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Patty Mills (12.0 ppg), G DeMar DeRozan (11.5 ppg, Toronto), F Rudy Gay (10.5 ppg), F LaMarcus Aldridge, (18.0 ppg), C Jakob Poeltl (7.2 ppg, Toronto).
KEY LOSSES: F Kawhi Leonard, G Manu Ginobili, G Tony Parker, G Danny Green
KEY ADDITIONS: DeRozan, Poeltl, F Marco Belinelli, G Lonnie Walker, C Chimezie Metu
PLAYERS TO WATCH: San Antonio's backcourt will be key in determining how the team fares this season after PG Dejounte Murray tore his right ACL. DeRozan comes to San Antonio along with Poeltl after an unexpected trade by Toronto for Leonard and Green. DeRozan wanted to remain with the Raptors his entire career, so he felt betrayed and was upset by the trade initially. The 6-foot-7 guard has since embraced San Antonio and stated he will take his revenge out on the league this season.
OUTLOOK: The Spurs were third in the West most of last season despite not having their leading scorer and defender in Leonard for all but nine games last season. San Antonio adapted throughout the season in preparation for Leonard's return, which never happened. In Leonard's place is DeRozan, a four-time All-Star, who should provide Aldridge with the additional scoring punch the team lacked at times in the starting lineup. The addition and maturation of young stars like Walker, Poeltl, Metu, G Derrick White and G Bryn Forbes along with DeRozan and Gay also provides the Spurs with one of the most athletic teams they have had in years.
Spurs generating offense, but will work on defense vs. Pacers

The San Antonio Spurs will bring plenty of offensive momentum to the floor when they host the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, but their trademark defense is still a work in progress as they continue to acclimate eight new players and new star guard DeMar DeRozan into the fold.

The Spurs have already shown that they can score. They head home after going 1-1 on their opening road trip of the season, and on the heels of a wild 143-142 overtime win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday.

San Antonio had an 18-point first-quarter lead, gave it up after Los Angeles made an 8-0 run at the end of regulation to send the game to overtime, and then fashioned a 7-0 spurt at the end of OT capped by Patty Mills' jumper with seven seconds remaining to outlast the LeBron James-led Lakers.

"It's always good when you make shots or make an impact," Mills said. "Other than that shot, it was a team victory. It was a gutsy win. Everyone participated."

LaMarcus Aldridge led the Spurs with 37 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. DeMar DeRozan poured in 32 points and had a career-high 14 assists for the Spurs (2-1).

"It's always fun to play close games and have them be that type of atmosphere, and overly competitive," Aldridge said. "It was nice to get a close win. It just builds character and makes guys be more confident."

Rudy Gay and Bryn Forbes scored 16 points each for the Spurs, with Marco Belinelli pouring in 15 points and Mills adding 12. Dante Cunningham had a career-high 12 rebounds for San Antonio.

But the Spurs also allowed the Lakers to shoot 51 percent from the floor and surrendered 74 points in the paint that included 41 fast-break points.

"We're not disciplined defensively yet," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich told the San Antonio Express-News "It's going to take awhile with a new group, basically."

The Pacers (2-2) head to the Alamo City after a 101-91 loss on Monday at Minnesota despite 20 points each from Victor Oladipo and Bojan Bogdanovic and 16 from Myles Turner. Oladipo has scored at least 20 points in three straight games.

"Defensively, we didn't do a good job of stopping them, keeping them in front," Pacers coach Nate McMillan said. "I thought our offense frustrated us. We didn't have the focus on the defensive end of the floor. Our shot selection was poor. We didn't have ball movement. We were taking quick shots and quick contested shots."

The Pacers only had 18 assists on 36 made field goals, a statistic to which McMillan pays close attention. As offense became more difficult for Indiana, it broke down defensively.

Indiana made it a two-possession game late in the fourth quarter but then took a series of bad shots that ultimately doomed it.

"We've got to help ourselves out there," Oladipo told the Indianapolis Star. "Little stuff out there we can be better at, especially defensively. We got to realize that's what we're going to be known for, getting stops and stuff like that. It's not going to be perfect. It's early in the year."

Indiana went 2-0 against San Antonio last season, the first time the Pacers swept a season series from the Spurs since 1994-95.

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