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NBA : ATS Matchup
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MILWAUKEE (20 - 18) at PORTLAND (20 - 19)
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MILWAUKEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-18+219-1817-2196.349.443.2%52.597.448.744.2%53.8
Road Games10-9+4.912-77-1294.948.743.3%
Last 5 Games3-2+1.23-22-396.849.842.8%56.698.652.042.9%57.0
MILWAUKEE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)96.349.437-8643.2%6-1833.7%16-2174.5%531322198148
vs opponents surrendering96.448.336-8144.7%7-1935.8%17-2275.0%511121208145
Team Stats (Road Games)94.948.737-8543.3%6-1933.0%15-2173.7%521221199158
Stats Against (All Games)97.448.737-8344.2%6-1733.3%18-2376.8%541322208154
vs opponents averaging96.248.436-8244.5%7-1935.4%17-2275.5%511121208145
Stats Against (Road Games)96.248.937-8543.5%6-1733.1%17-2278.2%541323199164

PORTLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-19+5.218-1917-2096.947.143.4%50.399.049.746.1%50.7
Home Games13-6+5.79-88-1198.647.944.5%49.796.348.844.8%50.6
Last 5 Games1-4-43-11-394.242.039.8%58.497.650.245.0%50.2
PORTLAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)96.947.136-8343.4%8-2534.0%16-2176.7%501221197145
vs opponents surrendering98.349.337-8344.9%7-2035.7%17-2275.6%511222208145
Team Stats (Home Games)98.647.937-8344.5%8-2434.1%17-2277.0%501121198145
Stats Against (All Games)99.049.738-8246.1%7-2033.6%17-2177.9%511123199144
vs opponents averaging98.149.337-8244.8%7-2035.5%17-2375.4%511122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)96.348.836-8144.8%6-2030.6%18-2378.8%511121208143
Average power rating of opponents played: MILWAUKEE 95.5,  PORTLAND 95.8
MILWAUKEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/14/2012@ CLEVELAND90-86W-3W196U33-8339.8%551732-8139.5%5324
12/15/2012LA CLIPPERS85-111L5L195O30-8336.1%501344-8253.7%5411
12/19/2012@ MEMPHIS80-90L9L187.5U30-8535.3%551636-8840.9%6016
12/21/2012@ BOSTON99-94W5W191O36-8343.4%722136-9438.3%5014
12/30/2012@ DETROIT94-96L2.5W191U36-7746.8%371239-8247.6%5516
1/2/2013SAN ANTONIO110-117L5.5L204O43-8848.9%531646-8951.7%478
1/5/2013@ INDIANA80-95L4.5L187.5U31-8237.8%491340-9243.5%6712
1/9/2013@ CHICAGO104-96W6W190O39-8446.4%551639-9541.1%5715
1/13/2013@ TORONTO107-96W3W192.5O40-7751.9%411236-8542.4%5515
1/15/2013@ LA LAKERS88-104L6L212.5U34-9535.8%671142-8450.0%538
1/17/2013@ PHOENIX98-94W-1W197U39-9242.4%601834-8938.2%6117
1/19/2013@ PORTLAND              
1/25/2013@ CLEVELAND              
1/26/2013GOLDEN STATE              
1/29/2013@ DETROIT              
2/1/2013@ NEW YORK              

PORTLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/13/2012SAN ANTONIO98-90W7W200.5U40-8845.5%471433-7245.8%4819
12/16/2012NEW ORLEANS95-94W-5L185.5O37-8046.2%421036-8045.0%5114
12/23/2012@ SACRAMENTO96-108L0L195O37-8543.5%461745-8155.6%4214
12/28/2012@ LA LAKERS87-104L9L206U36-8741.4%50940-8646.5%6211
1/1/2013@ NEW YORK105-100W9.5W197O41-8150.6%531636-8442.9%4710
1/2/2013@ TORONTO79-102L4L192U31-7044.3%381841-7753.2%4511
1/4/2013@ MEMPHIS86-84W8W182U33-8140.7%501532-8139.5%5214
1/5/2013@ MINNESOTA102-97W6.5W189.5O37-8643.0%451338-9141.8%6013
1/11/2013@ GOLDEN STATE97-103L8W200P35-9238.0%601341-8647.7%5211
1/13/2013OKLAHOMA CITY83-87L4T202U31-8636.0%521232-7145.1%5015
1/15/2013@ DENVER111-115L9W202O42-8847.7%611847-9947.5%4810
1/26/2013LA CLIPPERS              
1/27/2013@ LA CLIPPERS              
2/1/2013@ UTAH              
2/4/2013@ MINNESOTA              
MILWAUKEE: GUARDS: BRANDON JENNINGS benefitted from the arrival of Monta Ellis last year. He has the offense and system to thrive, and now needs to prove he can be efficient enough to be a star . . . MONTA ELLIS played second fiddle to Jennings last year, and really struggled to shoot the ball. The Bucks now play the kind of tempo he likes, but he'll have to adjust to playing off the ball more often . . . BENO UDRIH won't see a ton of action off the bench considering Jennings and Ellis play so many minutes. If a starter gets hurt, he could step in and hit a lot of threes . . . Second-rounder DORON LAMB has some upside as a future sixth man, but figures to ride the bench this year once his torn elbow ligament heals. FORWARDS: ERSAN ILYASOVA should finally get some respect from Skiles after starring down the stretch last year . . . MIKE DUNLEAVY re-emerged as a legitimate three-point threat, though he doesn't do much else . . . DREW GOODEN's role should shrink with Ilyasova stepping up and Sam Dalembert coming in . . . LUC RICHARD MBAH a MOUTE is coming off knee surgery, but he's improving as a rebounder and can play both forward spots off the bench . . . Rookie JOHN HENSON is a defensive stud and does enough as a screener to get decent minutes early . . . TOBIAS HARRIS was a Summer League star, but he's too much of a 'tweener to thrive in the NBA . . . EKPE UDOH provides defense and rebounding off the bench . . . LARRY SANDERS has potential, but this frontcourt is too crowded for him to make an impact. CENTERS: SAM DALEMBERT fell in and out of favor in Houston, but he's exactly what the Bucksneed as a defensive presence in the paint. Milwaukee has numerous players who can man the five in spots (Ekpe Udoh, Drew Gooden), but Dalembert is by far their best defensive option and should see big minutes . . . JOEL PRZYBILLA signed on in August to provide back-end depth on the pine.
PORTLAND: GUARDS: Portland will turn point guard duties over to rookie DAMIAN LILLARD. The leap from Big Sky Conference to NBA will be a big one, but Lillard is an efficient scorer who can manage the offense . . . WESLEY MATTHEWS is more of a glue guy. He can't create his own offense, but he can heat up as a streaky catch-and-shoot guy . . . RONNIE PRICE should emerge as Lillard's top backup, a role he's filled at numerous stops . . . Second-rounder WILL BARTON could emerge as a rotation player. He's a versatile wing who must prove he can play off the ball . . . SASHA PAVLOVIC will play both the two and three, and can still stroke it from long distance . . . NOLAN SMITH, a misstep of the last regime, is a fringe roster player . . . ELLIOT WILLIAMS, a defensive-minded combo guard, tore his Achilles in mid-September and expects to miss the entire season. FORWARDS: LaMARCUS ALDRIDGE had a couple of health scares over the past six months, but he should enter the season 100 percent. He's clearly Portland's best player . . . NICOLAS BATUM felt rightly disrespected by his secondary role in Portland. All signs point to a bigger role in 2012-13 . . . VICTOR CLAVER is an athletic scrapper who won't do much offensively even if he does get big minutes . . . JOEL FREELAND could become their first big man off the bench . . . JARED JEFFRIES is still relevant as a defensive specialist . . . The highlight of LUKE BABBITT's career might be that mention on Onion:Sportsdome. CENTERS: J.J. HICKSON is a black hole on offense and a liability on defense, but he can score and rebound, which is good enough to be the starting center in Portland's weak frontcourt . . . MEYERS LEONARD might not be quite ready for 30-plus minutes, but he'll have to learn on the fly due to Portland's lack of veteran bigs. He has some long-term upside as a 7-footer with some nice athleticism and touch inside 10 feet.
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*Bucks-Trail Blazers Preview* =============================


Milwaukee (20-18) at Portland (20-19), 10:00 p.m. EDT

For a stretch from early December into January, the Portland Trail Blazers were one of the hottest teams in the NBA, especially at home.

Now, they'll just settle for a victory anywhere.

The Trail Blazers look to avoid a season-high fifth consecutive loss overall and third straight to the visiting Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.

Portland (20-19) won 12 of 15 from Dec 10-Jan. 10, including the final four of that stretch, before dropping four in a row by a combined 19 points. After their nine-game home winning streak ended with an 87-83 loss to Oklahoma City on Sunday, the Trail Blazers fell 93-88 at home to lowly Cleveland on Wednesday.

Nicolas Batum had 23 points with 12 rebounds against the Cavaliers and was one of three Trail Blazers to post a double-double. Portland overcame a 19-point first-half deficit to take a brief lead but faltered down the stretch.

The Blazers lost 115-113 at Denver a night earlier, but they weren't about to use fatigue as an excuse.

"Sometimes we're tired and we still win, we can't use it when we lost the game," Batum told the team's official website. "We had a chance to win, we should win this game."

Portland averaged 99.7 points during the nine-game home win streak, but has shot 37.6 percent while failing to score 90 in back-to-back games at the Rose Garden for the first time this season. Rookie point guard Damian Lillard has averaged 10.7 points in the last three home contests - 7.4 below his season mark - while making 29.4 percent from the field in that span.

Lillard and the Trail Blazers could have a tough time getting back on track against Milwaukee (20-18), which won both meetings last season by a combined 51 points. The Bucks, who scored 116 points in each, snapped a five-game skid at Portland by shooting 57.8 percent in a 116-87 victory March 20.

Batum was held to a total of 21 points and seven rebounds in those games, but teammate LaMarcus Aldridge has averaged 23.7 points in his last three against the Bucks.

Monta Ellis scored 24 while Larry Sanders added a career-high 19 points and 15 rebounds to help Milwaukee end a 24-game losing streak at Phoenix with a 98-94 win Thursday. The Bucks, 2-1 on their four-game trip, held the Suns to 38.2 percent shooting and outscored them 28-19 in the fourth quarter.

"The fourth quarter is really important," said Sanders, who has recorded 26 rebounds in the last two games and at least one blocked shot in 25 straight contests. "You have to play 'D' and at that point it's about possessions. Whichever team gets the most stops is going to win the game."

The solid defensive effort helped Milwaukee improve to 4-2 since assistant Jim Boylan replaced the fired Scott Skiles as coach last week.

"We're winning," guard Brandon Jennings said. "We're two games over .500 and if we keep winning we'll be just fine."

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