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NBA : ATS Matchup
Sunday 2/10/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




SAN ANTONIO (39 - 12) at BROOKLYN (29 - 21)
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Sunday, 2/10/2013 8:05 PM
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815SAN ANTONIO-2-1.5
SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games39-12+1328-2123-28104.251.548.6%48.696.147.544.1%49.8
Road Games17-10+0.315-1215-12103.449.447.3%49.0100.048.144.8%51.4
Last 5 Games4-1+0.92-22-3103.851.648.7%
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)104.251.540-8148.6%9-2338.0%17-2179.3%49825179145
vs opponents surrendering97.849.237-8245.0%7-2035.8%17-2275.3%511122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)103.449.439-8247.3%9-2337.4%17-2278.9%49824178145
Stats Against (All Games)96.147.537-8544.1%6-1833.1%15-2076.1%501121198145
vs opponents averaging97.74937-8244.9%7-2035.6%17-2275.3%511122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)100.048.139-8744.8%6-1834.3%16-2078.3%511222188136

BROOKLYN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games29-21+4.422-2622-2895.049.443.9%50.894.348.246.1%48.0
Home Games18-9+1.711-1413-1497.151.344.6%51.593.747.844.5%48.4
Last 5 Games2-3-1.61-41-485.640.240.9%
BROOKLYN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)95.049.435-7943.9%7-2234.7%18-2474.3%511320187145
vs opponents surrendering97.64937-8245.0%7-2035.4%17-2275.4%511122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)97.151.335-7944.6%8-2135.2%19-2574.3%521320187145
Stats Against (All Games)94.348.237-8046.1%6-1736.3%14-1973.9%481121217134
vs opponents averaging97.649.137-8245.0%7-2035.9%16-2275.5%501122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)93.747.836-8144.5%6-1736.6%15-2077.0%481220227134
Average power rating of opponents played: SAN ANTONIO 95.5,  BROOKLYN 95.9
SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/2/2013@ MILWAUKEE117-110W-5.5W204O46-8951.7%47843-8848.9%5316
1/3/2013@ NEW YORK83-100L-1L209U28-7736.4%441339-8247.6%5712
1/7/2013@ NEW ORLEANS88-95L-8L193.5U33-7345.2%441940-8348.2%4514
1/9/2013LA LAKERS108-105W-13.5L214U41-8448.8%511844-9546.3%519
1/11/2013@ MEMPHIS98-101L2L187O35-7646.1%441840-8547.1%4914
1/18/2013GOLDEN STATE95-88W-11.5L201.5U36-8045.0%501036-8442.9%469
1/19/2013@ ATLANTA98-93W-3.5W194U41-8647.7%46835-8541.2%5915
1/21/2013@ PHILADELPHIA90-85W-6L195U34-8142.0%561437-8444.0%4916
1/23/2013NEW ORLEANS106-102W-8.5L195O43-8053.7%44838-8146.9%5413
1/25/2013@ DALLAS113-107W2W204.5O43-8948.3%521542-9146.2%5014
2/6/2013@ MINNESOTA104-94W-4.5W199U37-8145.7%451333-8140.7%5115
2/8/2013@ DETROIT109-119L-5L197.5O37-8145.7%37746-8951.7%5812
2/10/2013@ BROOKLYN              
2/11/2013@ CHICAGO              
2/13/2013@ CLEVELAND              
2/19/2013@ SACRAMENTO              
2/21/2013@ LA CLIPPERS              
2/22/2013@ GOLDEN STATE              
2/24/2013@ PHOENIX              

BROOKLYN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/2/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY110-93W10W197.5O38-7650.0%421236-7349.3%4119
1/4/2013@ WASHINGTON115-113W-6L183.5O41-8946.1%672043-9147.3%5316
1/8/2013@ PHILADELPHIA109-89W1.5W187O40-8348.2%561538-7948.1%3513
1/16/2013@ ATLANTA95-109L3L188O37-8742.5%431345-7857.7%4616
1/21/2013@ NEW YORK88-85W3.5W192.5U31-7441.9%611934-8440.5%445
1/23/2013@ MINNESOTA91-83W-5.5W185.5U37-8444.0%541438-8345.8%4513
1/25/2013@ MEMPHIS77-101L4L177.5O29-7140.8%441447-9052.2%5512
1/26/2013@ HOUSTON106-119L4L200O36-8045.0%371043-8749.4%6011
2/5/2013LA LAKERS83-92L-3.5L198.5U31-8934.8%581637-8245.1%5213
2/6/2013@ DETROIT93-90W2W190U34-8241.5%571336-8343.4%5014
2/8/2013@ WASHINGTON74-89L1.5L189U25-7632.9%581536-8045.0%5112
2/10/2013SAN ANTONIO              
2/11/2013@ INDIANA              
2/20/2013@ MILWAUKEE              
2/26/2013@ NEW ORLEANS              
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.
BROOKLYN: GUARDS: DERON WILLIAMS is healthy and got a much-improved supporting cast to work with. He could re-enter the NBA's best point guard discussion . . . JOE JOHNSON won't have the ballin his hands as much as he used to in Atlanta. It might give him a chance to concentrate on regaining his stroke as one of the NBA's best shooters . . . MARSHON BROOKS will look to settle in as a high-scoring sixth man. He'll be trade bait for most of the season . . . After a disastrous year in Chicago, C.J. WATSON will be asked to spell Williams for a few minutes a night . . . KEITH BOGANS is still kicking around as a second unit glue guy . . . TYSHAWN TAYLOR is an at-times out-of-control combo guard, but the rookie could threaten Watson's role at some point. FORWARDS: KRIS HUMPHRIES' contract was structured to make him easier to trade. He'll rebound and get his put-backs, and the Nets will likely showcase him a bit . . . GERALD WALLACE is slowing down, and now that he's signed his last big NBA contract he might not have much incentive to live up to his 'Crash' nickname. Brooklyn has no choice but to give him heavy minutes considering their investment . . . MIRZA TELETOVIC is a veteran stretch four. Consider him a penniless man's Channing Frye . . . TORNIKE SHENGELIA played himself into a roster spot this summer. He's a mediocre athlete, but a cagey scorer with a high basketball IQ . . . JOSH CHILDRESS and JERRY STACKHOUSE were added in September for depth . . . REGGIE EVANS will flop unconvincingly, punch opponents in the jewels and bring other 'tough guy' intangibles. CENTERS: BROOK LOPEZ had been remarkably durable before last year's foot injury, and he should be fully healed by the start of training camp. He's gifted offensively, but will continue to grab relatively few rebounds and generally get fried defensively. He's also a candidate to be traded midseason if another franchise can stomach his max contract . . . As insurance, former Wizards big man ANDRAY BLATCHE was brought in. He could be the team's best interior defender, able to play either the four or five spot.
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*Spurs-Nets Preview* ====================


San Antonio (39-12) at Brooklyn (29-21), 8:00 p.m. EDT

After enduring a delay in travel, the San Antonio Spurs are hoping to bounce back after having their lengthy winning streak snapped.

They can do that by adding to their recent dominance over the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday night.

The snowstorm that hit the East Coast forced San Antonio (39-12) to spend an extra day in Detroit, where they lost 119-109 on Friday as their 11-game winning streak was snapped.

The Spurs managed to put together that run despite injuries to Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. A matchup with Brooklyn (29-21) would appear to provide an ideal opportunity to get back on track, as San Antonio has won 18 of 19 over the Nets, but it's uncertain if Duncan or Ginobili will play.

Duncan (knee) has sat out seven of the past nine games and Ginobili (hamstring) has missed three straight.

"Everybody knows that we need our Big Three, but at the end of the day, we've got a job to do with or without them," swingman Stephen Jackson said. "We've got to still do things right, still execute and still be on the same page on defense."

Tony Parker has lifted his game to help fill the void, scoring 31 points in back-to-back contests.

The Spurs didn't need too much help from Duncan and Ginobili in their most recent matchup with the Nets, a 104-73 rout Dec. 31.

San Antonio held Brooklyn to five points in the third quarter of that game, the Nets' fewest in any period in franchise history. Parker led six Spurs in double figures with 20 points.

San Antonio has won eight of nine on the road against the Nets as it heads into its first trip to Brooklyn. The Nets are 18-9 at their new home, though they've dropped two of three there.

Brooklyn has alternated wins and losses in its last six overall and had its worst shooting performance of the season at 32.9 percent in an 89-74 defeat at Washington on Friday. The Nets went 5 of 18 from 3-point range, shot 59.4 percent from the free-throw line and scored 11 points in the second quarter, their fewest in that period this season.

"When you can't make free throws, when you can't make 3-point shots, and you can't make shots in the paint, it's very hard to win," interim coach P.J. Carlesimo said. "To come with that kind of effort in the second quarter, it's inexcusable."

Joe Johnson, who scored 14 points, was the only starter to make at least half his shots. Deron Williams had a team-best 20 points but missed 13 of 20 and Brook Lopez scored 13 while going 3 of 11.

Williams had averaged 25.8 points in a four-game stretch against San Antonio before being held to eight and 3-of-11 shooting in December.

Parker has shot a combined 9 of 24 in his last two road games against the Nets and averaged 12.5 points, 4.6 fewer than his career mark.

Last Updated: 6/18/2018 9:50:59 PM EST

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