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NBA : ATS Matchup
Thursday 11/29/2012Line$ LineOU LineScore
SAN ANTONIO
 
MIAMI
+13  

-13  
+650

-1050

201.5
 
100
Final
105

SAN ANTONIO (13 - 3) at MIAMI (10 - 3)
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Thursday, 11/29/2012 8:05 PM
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501SAN ANTONIO205.5201
502MIAMI-6.5-12
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-3+7.610-510-6102.649.648.1%49.395.145.843.7%50.6
Road Games9-1+7.87-37-3103.148.048.9%49.696.246.943.5%50.9
Last 5 Games5-0+54-15-0111.053.651.3%51.496.847.642.5%51.4
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)102.649.639-8248.1%8-2137.5%16-2177.2%49925188145
vs opponents surrendering96.948.636-8244.0%7-2035.9%18-2475.3%511221218145
Team Stats (Road Games)103.148.040-8148.9%7-2136.2%16-2176.1%50824178155
Stats Against (All Games)95.145.837-8543.7%5-1731.8%15-2076.6%511319198145
vs opponents averaging96.647.836-8144.3%7-2035.9%17-2375.1%511221218156
Stats Against (Road Games)96.246.938-8843.5%5-1730.2%14-1978.0%511321198135

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-3+4.66-77-6104.852.249.4%48.8100.351.744.2%49.2
Home Games6-0+53-35-1114.855.852.1%48.8101.552.844.5%50.3
Last 5 Games4-1+2.32-33-2103.650.848.9%49.8100.449.843.8%49.8
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)104.852.239-7849.4%9-2143.2%18-2475.4%49923207145
vs opponents surrendering97.44936-8144.9%7-1937.7%17-2375.7%511122218155
Team Stats (Home Games)114.855.842-8052.1%10-2146.9%21-2778.7%49826197135
Stats Against (All Games)100.351.737-8444.2%9-2436.6%17-2275.9%491220218144
vs opponents averaging98.55037-8345.0%7-2035.1%17-2273.9%511222209145
Stats Against (Home Games)101.552.839-8844.5%7-2329.4%17-2372.7%501218217133
Average power rating of opponents played: SAN ANTONIO 97,  MIAMI 96.6
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
10/31/2012@ NEW ORLEANS99-95W-7L186.5O38-8047.5%511535-8043.7%4713
11/1/2012OKLAHOMA CITY86-84W-2T204.5U35-7944.3%481329-7737.7%5318
11/3/2012UTAH110-100W-7.5W201.5O42-7456.8%411838-7749.4%3716
11/5/2012INDIANA101-79W-8.5W193.5U41-8747.1%48827-7934.2%5519
11/7/2012@ LA CLIPPERS84-106L-1.5L204.5U30-7341.1%412046-8355.4%4815
11/9/2012@ SACRAMENTO97-86W-6W198.5U35-7248.6%552032-9135.2%5211
11/10/2012@ PORTLAND112-109W-2.5W197O40-7057.1%432142-8947.2%4415
11/13/2012@ LA LAKERS84-82W0W196U35-9038.9%49831-7441.9%6117
11/15/2012NEW YORK100-104L-5.5L196O38-8743.7%601039-8545.9%487
11/17/2012DENVER126-100W-6W202.5O47-8853.4%461439-7850.0%4621
11/19/2012LA CLIPPERS87-92L-4.5L200U29-8235.4%501340-8547.1%6117
11/21/2012@ BOSTON112-100W-1W193O45-7758.4%481741-7753.2%2712
11/23/2012@ INDIANA104-97W-4.5W190.5O41-8349.4%471038-9241.3%5813
11/25/2012@ TORONTO111-106W-6L195.5O44-10342.7%631140-11036.4%7412
11/26/2012@ WASHINGTON118-92W-7W195.5O45-8056.2%511537-9041.1%4510
11/28/2012@ ORLANDO110-89W-7.5W196.5O44-8452.4%481641-9543.2%5316
11/29/2012@ MIAMI              
12/1/2012MEMPHIS              
12/5/2012MILWAUKEE              
12/7/2012HOUSTON              
12/8/2012@ CHARLOTTE              
12/10/2012@ HOUSTON              
12/12/2012@ UTAH              
12/13/2012@ PORTLAND              
12/15/2012BOSTON              

MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
10/30/2012BOSTON120-107W-6.5W187.5O43-7954.4%40839-7552.0%4315
11/2/2012@ NEW YORK84-104L-6L199U33-7146.5%462136-8442.9%4412
11/3/2012DENVER119-116W-8.5L199O43-8351.8%37849-9551.6%6013
11/5/2012PHOENIX124-99W-13W203O47-8654.7%541535-8839.8%4911
11/7/2012BROOKLYN103-73W-10.5W208U40-7751.9%461230-8037.5%5119
11/9/2012@ ATLANTA95-89W-4W197.5U37-7648.7%471434-8142.0%4513
11/11/2012@ MEMPHIS86-104L-1.5L194.5U30-7938.0%621338-8644.2%5114
11/12/2012@ HOUSTON113-110W-5.5L194.5O45-8950.6%541136-8045.0%4811
11/14/2012@ LA CLIPPERS100-107L-1L197.5O35-7745.5%461935-7248.6%4618
11/15/2012@ DENVER98-93W3.5W202.5U36-7746.8%421137-8842.0%5913
11/17/2012@ PHOENIX97-88W-6.5W202U38-7153.5%451934-7943.0%4516
11/21/2012MILWAUKEE113-106W-9.5L203.5O41-8647.7%651546-10942.2%5611
11/24/2012CLEVELAND110-108W-15L197.5O36-6952.2%511835-7944.3%4310
11/29/2012SAN ANTONIO              
12/1/2012BROOKLYN              
12/4/2012@ WASHINGTON              
12/6/2012NEW YORK              
12/8/2012NEW ORLEANS              
12/10/2012ATLANTA              
12/12/2012GOLDEN STATE              
12/15/2012WASHINGTON              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
SAN ANTONIO: GUARDS: TONY PARKER played at an MVP level last year. His eye injury is obviously not an issue, and he was constantly getting on coach Gregg Popovich to let him finish meaningless games last year. There's no reason he can't repeat last year's performance . . . MANU GINOBILI dealt with a series of nagging injuries last year, and it's clear the team will have to monitor his regular-season workload . . . GARY NEAL provides solid minutes in this rotation, mostly at the point, and is able to consistently knock down threes . . . DANNY GREEN's rotation spot is in a bit of peril. He was too much of an offensive liability in last year's Western Conference Finals . . . NANDO de COLO is a combo guard who can provide instant offense off the bench. He can shoot it and does a nice job getting to the line . . . PATTY MILLS steps in as another viable option in this loaded backcourt . . . CORY JOSEPH's roster spot is in jeopardy after a middling D-League season. FORWARDS: TIM DUNCAN will continue to save it up for the playoffs. He still has plenty left in the tank, but he'll get tons of rest in March and April and more and more often defers to Tony Parker on offense when he does play . . . There's plenty to like about KAWHI LEONARD, who proved to be useful on both ends of the court last season. He'll be asked to be a little more aggressive offensively this year and should even have a couple of sets designed for him . . . STEPHEN JACKSON was a bit of a disaster in Milwaukee before landing with the Spurs last year. He's another veteran who will be paced during the regular season. And while he's been a facilitator in the past, he's really just a catch-and-shoot guy in San Antonio . . . MATT BONNER will continue to come off the bench and hoist some threes. CENTERS: BORIS DIAW's pick-and-pop ability makes him Popovich's top choice in the center rotation . . . TIAGO SPLITTER looks to be a career second-unit guy. He works hard and can defend, but he's just too clunky on the offensive end . . . DeJUAN BLAIR can pick up some cheap baskets, but his lack of offensive skills and defensive size makes him a fringe rotation player.
MIAMI: GUARDS: The regular season goal for DWYANE WADE is to just stay healthy. Even following knee surgery, he's still good enough to pile up numbers, but the minutes won't be there in the regular season . . . That's why the Heat brought in RAY ALLEN. He and Wade will share the floor at times, but Allen should primarily play off the bench. His role will be to knock down the wide-open threes Wade and LeBron James create . . . After all the big plays he made in the postseason, MARIO CHALMERS is entrenched as the starting point guard, despite being plagued by a bad hammy in the preseason . . . Super-quick NORRIS COLE looks like he'll become one of the NBA's better backup point guards . . . If he doesn't retire, the absurdly brittle MIKE MILLER will see limited regular-season minutes . . . TERREL HARRIS will likely make the team because he's willing to play defense. FORWARDS: While another title is their No. 1 priority, LeBRON JAMES has shown no need to rest during the regular season. He'll play full-time minutes and be in the thick of the MVP race . . . CHRIS BOSH remains integral to the offense with his ability to pull opposing bigs away from the basket. His stats don't reflect his actual value . . . SHANE BATTIER will continue to be a defensive specialist whose offensive role is limited to shooting open threes . . . UDONIS HASLEM is another guy who will get held back in the regular season. He should lead their low-post rotation . . . RASHARD LEWIS' knee problems have robbed him of athleticism . . . But Lewis should beat out fellow shooter JAMES JONES for a rotation spot . . . JARVIS VARNADO is a shot-blocking force with little to no offensive game. CENTERS: JOEL ANTHONY will continue to tag-team with Haslem in the middle. Anthony is an absolute negative on the offensive end, but he brings more size and shot-blocking than Haslem . . . DEXTER PITTMAN will be battling for a roster spot. Sexy Dexy has shown no signs of being an NBA-caliber player so far in his career . . . MICKELL GLADNESS is a better alternative than Pittman on both ends of the floor.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO BASKETBALL PREVIEW (SAN ANTONIO-MIAMI) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Spurs-Heat Preview* ====================

By JEFF BARTL STATS Writer

San Antonio (12-3) at Miami (10-3), 8:00 p.m. EDT

The Miami Heat are off to their best home start in franchise history, which may not be encouraging for a San Antonio Spurs team that has been routed in its last two trips to South Beach.

San Antonio, though, has a run of its own going, too.

Miami seeks to remain unbeaten at home while the Spurs look to complete a perfect six-game road trip as the streaking teams meet Thursday night.

The Heat (10-3) have won their first six games at American Airlines Arena and earned their fourth consecutive victory overall with a 110-108 come-from-behind win over Cleveland on Saturday.

LeBron James scored a game-high 30 points and finished with five assists, the last coming when he found Ray Allen for a 3-pointer with 18.2 seconds left to put Miami ahead for good.

Chris Bosh finished with 23 points and Allen had 17 off the bench for the Heat, who trailed by seven with 1:58 remaining.

"It speaks to the competitive will that the guys have at the end of close games," coach Erik Spoelstra said. "We have a lot of gamers in that locker room. They rise to the occasion. They want situations like that. That can be dangerous, as well."

That's especially true at home, where the Heat have won 28 of their last 30 regular-season games and 10 straight including the playoffs.

They've also dominated the Spurs in their last two games at Miami, getting 30 points from Bosh in both victories - a 110-80 win March 14, 2011 and a 120-98 rout Jan. 17, when James had 33 points and 10 assists.

A similar result doesn't seem as likely given how well the Spurs have been playing during their trip.

San Antonio (13-3) cruised to a 110-89 victory over Orlando on Wednesday behind a game-high 20 points from Manu Ginobili while Tony Parker added 14 and eight assists.

"It's early. We'll lose our share, but right now we're playing pretty well, I guess," coach Gregg Popovich said. "It's our second road trip this month. I think they do deserve credit for keeping their focus all that time."

Tim Duncan added 15 points for the Spurs, who have won eight straight and 19 of their last 21 regular-season road games. A win would give San Antonio just its third unbeaten road trip with a minimum of five games in franchise history, with the others coming on five-game swings in 1984 and 1990.

"We're just playing basketball the way we've been playing it," Duncan said. "Whoever is put in front of us, that's how we're playing. We've been playing well for a couple of games here and we hope to continue it."

While San Antonio remains humble, Miami knows how dangerous the Spurs can be.

"Year in and year out, the Spurs are going to come into a season and not be one of the talked about teams in the NBA and they're going to have the best record in the league," said Dwyane Wade, who sat out the last meeting with a sprained right ankle. "It should be no surprise. You should come to expect it."

Spoelstra expressed similar thoughts.

"They've done a terrific job on the road even dating back to last season," he said. "They are a well-oiled machine."

San Antonio is allowing only 95.1 points per game, but Miami is the league's second highest-scoring team, averaging 104.8.

James, who is averaging 30.6 points in his last seven games versus the Spurs, ranks fourth in the NBA in scoring at 25.2 per contest.


Last Updated: 10/20/2014 5:10:32 AM EST


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