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Wednesday 1/30/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




TORONTO (16 - 29) at ATLANTA (25 - 19)
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Wednesday, 1/30/2013 7:35 PM
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TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-29-10.723-2124-2197.948.944.5%47.7100.048.846.3%52.2
Road Games5-18-7.810-1215-896.948.744.3%46.1103.750.847.0%53.8
Last 5 Games2-3-1.93-23-2104.252.049.4%42.8106.848.848.4%52.4
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)97.948.937-8244.5%8-2234.7%17-2277.3%481123237125
vs opponents surrendering9849.137-8245.0%7-2035.7%17-2275.5%511122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)96.948.736-8044.3%8-2234.9%18-2379.3%461022236134
Stats Against (All Games)100.048.837-8046.3%6-1835.3%20-2675.7%521122207145
vs opponents averaging97.448.837-8244.9%7-2035.7%17-2275.8%511122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)103.750.838-8147.0%7-1936.4%21-2873.8%541223207126

ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games25-19+1.219-2322-2196.748.045.9%48.596.048.844.6%50.8
Home Games15-7+18-1214-8101.049.446.4%50.297.347.544.7%50.4
Last 5 Games3-2+13-14-1105.645.849.8%48.8100.653.047.1%45.0
ATLANTA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)96.748.037-8145.9%9-2338.2%13-1970.0%481024188145
vs opponents surrendering97.44937-8244.8%7-2035.8%17-2275.0%511122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)101.049.439-8346.4%9-2437.6%15-2170.2%501125189144
Stats Against (All Games)96.048.837-8244.6%8-2037.7%15-2078.0%511122199155
vs opponents averaging96.948.736-8244.5%7-1935.6%17-2375.6%511122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)97.347.537-8444.7%7-2135.4%15-1882.2%501222208154
Average power rating of opponents played: TORONTO 94.8,  ATLANTA 94.2
TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/26/2012@ SAN ANTONIO80-100L14L200.5U33-7842.3%421534-7147.9%5017
12/28/2012@ NEW ORLEANS104-97W3W182.5O37-8543.5%47737-8245.1%5916
12/29/2012@ ORLANDO123-88W3W187O46-8256.1%52836-8144.4%457
1/6/2013OKLAHOMA CITY92-104L6.5L196.5U34-7644.7%421638-7749.4%4616
1/15/2013@ BROOKLYN106-113L7T189.5O40-8248.8%501340-8149.4%406
1/18/2013@ PHILADELPHIA101-108L4.5L190O40-8845.5%511847-9151.6%4811
1/20/2013LA LAKERS108-103W4W201.5O46-8454.8%501538-8843.2%4813
1/23/2013@ MIAMI116-123L10W194.5O44-8850.0%35845-8254.9%6413
1/24/2013@ ORLANDO97-95W4W198.5U39-7850.0%421035-8143.2%5013
1/28/2013GOLDEN STATE102-114L2L201O38-8743.7%421046-8653.5%5413
1/30/2013@ ATLANTA              
2/1/2013LA CLIPPERS              
2/8/2013@ INDIANA              
2/10/2013NEW ORLEANS              
2/13/2013@ NEW YORK              

ATLANTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/21/2012@ PHILADELPHIA80-99L-2.5L188U31-7939.2%441744-8651.2%5312
12/28/2012@ CLEVELAND102-94W-5.5W189.5O38-7848.7%501436-8641.9%4311
12/31/2012@ HOUSTON104-123L4.5L206O43-9047.8%431445-8453.6%499
1/1/2013@ NEW ORLEANS95-86W-2W184.5U41-8349.4%46536-8243.9%5413
1/4/2013@ DETROIT84-85L-1.5L190.5U31-7541.3%471735-8541.2%6413
1/8/2013@ MINNESOTA103-108L1L188.5O38-7749.4%471540-8746.0%499
1/9/2013@ CLEVELAND83-99L-4L193U37-8444.0%521337-8145.7%4910
1/12/2013@ WASHINGTON83-93L-2.5L189U30-7838.5%511636-7945.6%5717
1/14/2013@ CHICAGO58-97L4.5L183.5U24-8229.3%471433-7941.8%6713
1/18/2013@ BROOKLYN89-94L7W191U35-8043.7%411530-7440.5%6518
1/19/2013SAN ANTONIO93-98L3.5L194U35-8541.2%591541-8647.7%468
1/23/2013@ CHARLOTTE104-92W-2.5W191O43-8749.4%501631-7640.8%5018
1/27/2013@ NEW YORK104-106L5.5W194.5O39-6560.0%341939-7254.2%3414
2/5/2013@ INDIANA              
2/8/2013NEW ORLEANS              
2/11/2013@ DALLAS              
2/13/2013@ ORLANDO              
TORONTO: GUARDS: KYLE LOWRY is healthy again and will be handed the reigns. He could be the Raptors best player on both ends of the floor . . . As of now, JOSE CALDERON is still on the roster, but he's not long for Toronto with Lowry's arrival. He won't start over Lowry, but he could see decent minutes as the Raptors attempt to showcase him . . . With Toronto's influx of new talent, DeMAR DeROZAN could be marginalized on the offensive end. He hasn't really progressed past the dunker/raw athlete stage of his career . . . Rookie TERRENCE ROSS can just about match DeRozan's athleticism, and while he has no handle, he's a potentially deadly three-point threat . . . JOHN LUCAS III will back up both guard spots . . . ALAN ANDERSON returns as a defensive stopper in the second unit. FORWARDS: ANDREA BARGNANI makes his triumphant return and will likely go back to the perimeter. The Raptors have beefed up in the middle so Bargnani can play outside more . . . LANDRY FIELDS plays enough defense to earn minutes, but it seems like his signing was more a result of Toronto playing cap games to try to land Steve Nash. He'll likely platoon with Terrence Ross . . . ED DAVIS made some strides this offseason, but he's still not where the Raptors want him to be on the offensive end . . . LINAS KLEIZA's knee should be in better shape this season. The Raptors want more shooting, and he has a chance to grab a bigger role . . . Toronto will do everything it can to get out from under AMIR JOHNSON's contract . . . DOMINIC McGUIRE figures to occupy the final seat on the Raptors bench. CENTERS: JONAS VALANCIUNAS would have been the No. 2 pick of the draft had he come out a year later. He's a wiry, strong athlete who's physical down low with soft touch out to 10 feet. Toronto sees him as a franchise cornerstone who meshes nicely with Bargnani . . . AARON GRAY should provide ample competition for the starting center job.
ATLANTA: GUARDS: GM Danny Ferry has really talked up JEFF TEAGUE, who will be more of a traditional point guard with Joe Johnson gone . . . DEVIN HARRIS is going to play plenty of minutes, both alongside Teague and off the bench . . . LOU WILLIAMS is a sixth man. He lacks the mentality to run the point and the size to guard opposing twos. His role will be similar to what it was in Philly . . . KYLE KORVER and ANTHONY MORROW are pure shooters who do little else. They can play the three in a pinch, and the hot hand will get the minutes . . . Coach Larry Drew could call on DeSHAWN STEVENSON for the occasional defense-heavy lineup. More likely, he'll rack up the DNP-CDs . . . JOHN JENKINS might be the best shooter in the rookie class, but he'll be buried on the depth chart. FORWARDS: JOSH SMITH rescinded his trade demand, perhaps because he'll now be the focal point of the offense. He was more aggressive on both ends of the floor last year. As long as he resists the urge to float on the perimeter, he should emerge as an All-Star . . . Considering the makeup of this roster, Atlanta will utilize a lot of three-guard lineups. Korver and Morrow can stretch a defense from that third guard/small forward spot, with Stevenson stepping in as an agitator . . . After scoring double-figures six times in April, IVAN JOHNSON was re-signed to once again provide some muscle inside . . . Rookie MIKE SCOTT is polished after five years at Virginia, but doesn't have the athleticism to be an impact player . . . ANTHONY TOLLIVER is a defensive specialist with very little offense to contribute. CENTERS: AL HORFORD will get his wish to play more power forward this season, though he'll remain their primary option at center. He's healthy again and is one of the most consistent bigs in the NBA . . . ZAZA PACHULIA filled in admirably for Horford last year. But it's back to bench duty for the bruising big . . . JOHAN PETRO is French for "12th man."
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*Raptors-Hawks Preview* =======================


Toronto (16-29) at Atlanta (25-19), 7:30 p.m. EDT

After having their winning streak snapped, the Atlanta Hawks may be able to bounce back quickly against a Toronto Raptors team they've dominated recently.

The Hawks look for their fourth win in five games Wednesday night when they host the short-handed Raptors, who have lost 11 of 13 in the series.

After a rough 2-8 stretch, the Hawks (25-19) showed some signs of life with three straight wins - albeit against struggling Minnesota, Charlotte and Boston - before falling 106-104 at first-place New York on Sunday.

"They just made plays," said Jeff Teague, who had a team-high 27 points. "Things just didn't go our way."

Atlanta, though, has enjoyed a rebirth offensively, averaging 102.5 points in regulation in its last four games while shooting 52.1 percent from the field - 44.0 percent on 3-pointers.

The Hawks had scored 88.6 per game on 44.0 percent shooting and 36.0 percent from beyond the arc in their previous 10. Al Horford (22.7), Josh Smith (22.3), Kyle Korver (20.3) and Jeff Teague (20.0) are each averaging at least 20 points in his last three games.

They should be able to keep it going against the Raptors (16-29), who have allowed 104.0 points per game in regulation over their last nine following a 114-102 loss to Golden State on Monday.

Toronto has lost seven of those nine contests, continuing to be plagued by injuries.

The Raptors are expected to again play without Linas Kleiza (sore knee), Andrea Bargnani (torn elbow ligament) and Jonas Valanciunas (broken finger). Kyle Lowry (back spasms) is a game-time decision.

"I see fatigue, I see mental and physical fatigue," coach Dwane Casey said.

It doesn't figure to get any easier Wednesday for Toronto, which had lost seven straight trips to Atlanta before a 102-86 victory behind DeMar DeRozan's 23 points April 15. The Hawks won 109-87 in Toronto the following night in the teams' most recent meeting as Teague had 19 points and 10 assists.

Teague has averaged 19.1 points and 8.3 assists over his last seven games for Atlanta, which shot a season-best 60.0 percent from the field Sunday despite losing.

The Hawks allowed their second-highest field-goal percentage at 54.2 percent and 16 of 27 from beyond the arc. They had limited opponents under 100 points in regulation in 13 of 14 before Sunday.

They'll try to tighten things up against a Toronto team that has averaged 107.8 points and shot 48.9 percent in its last six road games. The Raptors have gone 3-3 in that span with two losses coming in overtime.

Ed Davis has stepped up lately, averaging 14.6 points on 55.4 percent shooting and 8.3 rebounds over the last 11 games. Alan Anderson also has played well, with 17.1 points per game over the last seven.

Despite averaging 3.0 points and 2.4 rebounds, Aaron Gray contributed a career-high 22 and 10, respectively, against the Warriors.

Last Updated: 4/23/2018 4:28:52 AM EST

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