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NBA : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 2/13/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




WASHINGTON (15 - 35) at DETROIT (20 - 33)
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Wednesday, 2/13/2013 7:35 PM
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WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-35-6.832-1720-2991.445.942.7%
Road Games4-21-9.416-86-1986.842.341.2%
Last 5 Games4-1+4.65-02-396.246.847.7%
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)91.445.935-8342.7%7-1934.6%14-2073.5%511122207155
vs opponents surrendering97.548.937-8244.9%7-2035.8%17-2275.6%501122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)86.842.334-8241.2%7-2033.7%12-1770.2%511121207165
Stats Against (All Games)95.249.336-8243.6%7-2033.9%16-2372.3%541122198145
vs opponents averaging97.74937-8245.2%7-2036.1%17-2275.1%501122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)95.149.236-8343.8%6-1934.1%16-2272.0%561122188135

DETROIT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-33-13.225-2823-2895.248.644.6%
Home Games14-14-4.213-1512-1597.750.846.6%
Last 5 Games2-3-0.72-31-497.049.044.6%52.6101.252.044.3%49.8
DETROIT Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)95.248.636-8244.6%6-1736.2%16-2369.7%531321207146
vs opponents surrendering97.949.237-8245.1%7-2035.7%17-2275.3%511122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)97.750.837-8046.6%6-1736.9%17-2468.9%531222207146
Stats Against (All Games)97.248.536-8244.2%7-2134.2%17-2276.8%501221218136
vs opponents averaging97.849.137-8344.9%7-2035.8%16-2275.3%511122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)95.246.636-8243.9%7-2033.4%17-2276.4%481121218135
Average power rating of opponents played: WASHINGTON 95.7,  DETROIT 95.8
WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/6/2013@ MIAMI71-99L14L191.5U29-8135.8%46838-8246.3%589
1/7/2013OKLAHOMA CITY101-99W12W194O38-8743.7%531434-8042.5%5011
1/16/2013@ SACRAMENTO94-95L5W207U39-8645.3%481741-8548.2%5118
1/18/2013@ DENVER112-108W10.5W203O41-8051.2%572041-8448.8%4614
1/19/2013@ LA CLIPPERS87-94L13W194U32-7741.6%521834-9336.6%7411
1/21/2013@ PORTLAND98-95W7W195.5U39-8446.4%491537-8145.7%4913
1/23/2013@ UTAH88-92L7W195U31-8636.0%581538-8544.7%5714
1/30/2013@ PHILADELPHIA84-92L3.5L189.5U30-7540.0%521840-9542.1%569
2/1/2013@ MEMPHIS76-85L6.5L180.5U34-8341.0%381535-7844.9%5718
2/2/2013@ SAN ANTONIO86-96L12.5W194U36-8840.9%521638-7848.7%5016
2/4/2013LA CLIPPERS98-90W3W187.5O37-8444.0%511237-7946.8%5120
2/6/2013NEW YORK106-96W4.5W190O42-7953.2%441034-8440.5%509
2/11/2013@ MILWAUKEE102-90W4W199.5U42-7456.8%521936-9537.9%519
2/13/2013@ DETROIT              
2/25/2013@ TORONTO              
3/1/2013NEW YORK              

DETROIT - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/11/2013@ MILWAUKEE103-87W5.5W197U39-9043.3%591236-9139.6%6012
1/17/2013*NEW YORK87-102L5.5L197.5U35-7944.3%491533-7245.8%5116
1/23/2013@ CHICAGO82-85L6.5W182.5U34-8241.5%431231-7143.7%5514
1/25/2013@ MIAMI88-110L9.5L192.5O34-7247.2%421843-7755.8%4112
1/27/2013@ ORLANDO104-102W2W195O40-7950.6%411240-9044.4%5715
1/30/2013@ INDIANA79-98L8.5L181U32-8836.4%601336-8144.4%5817
2/3/2013LA LAKERS97-98L1.5W202U41-9244.6%581439-8347.0%5014
2/4/2013@ NEW YORK85-99L10L200.5U38-9042.2%521236-7945.6%5215
2/8/2013SAN ANTONIO119-109W5W197.5O46-8951.7%581237-8145.7%377
2/9/2013@ MILWAUKEE105-100W7.5W205.5U41-8349.4%532034-8639.5%4813
2/11/2013NEW ORLEANS86-105L-6.5L193.5U29-8135.8%501341-8349.4%5514
2/20/2013@ CHARLOTTE              
2/22/2013@ INDIANA              
2/27/2013@ WASHINGTON              
3/1/2013@ NEW ORLEANS              
WASHINGTON: GUARDS: JOHN WALL hasn't developed much diversity in his offensive game, but he's still really fast and an effective distributor. The improved supporting cast should help him reach the next level, assuming he feels no ill effects from the stress injury in his left knee that will keep him out until late November . . . BRADLEY BEAL is a great shooter, but he can also score off the dribble. Throw in his rebounding ability from the backcourt, and he should contribute in a number of ways as a rookie . . . JORDAN CRAWFORD is a pure scorer, but not an efficient one. He won't be able to hold off Beal for long, if at all . . . A.J. PRICE steps in as Wall's top backup. He'll play limited minutes with the second unit . . . SHELVIN MACK will be battling for a roster spot, most likely with underachieving swingman MARTELL WEBSTER. FORWARDS: TREVOR ARIZA should have no trouble stepping into the starting lineup. He'll at least have a chance to re-find his three-point shot getting drive-and-dish feeds from Wall . . . Nene^ will slide to the four with Emeka Okafor coming in. That means athletic, but raw, JAN VESELY will have to play with the second unit. He can really run the floor, but doesn't help much in the half-court game . . . TREVOR BOOKER is a very good screener on offense who holds his own defensively and on the boards. He still has a chance for a handful of starts if Nene^ or Okafor get hurt . . . CHRIS SINGLETON started a lot of games last year, but the defensive specialist will likely spend this season learning behind Ariza . . . CARTIER MARTIN never saw a shot he didn't like. CENTERS: NENE^ had some trouble with plantar fasciitis last year and playing in the Olympics didn't help. If healthy, he has a chance to be Washington's leading scorer . . . EMEKA OKAFOR will start alongside Nene^. He's the fifth-best option on offense, but holds his own defensively . . . KEVIN SERAPHIN has proven he can hold down a starting job. He'll come off the bench but should still have a significant role.
DETROIT: GUARDS: RODNEY STUCKEY was hampered by nagging injuries a year ago. If he's healthy, he's the best offensive weapon they have . . . BRANDON KNIGHT is more of a combo guard running the point. He can shoot, but doesn't bring much else to the table . . . With Ben Gordon gone, WILL BYNUM has a chance to regain a significant role . . . The Pistons' two second-round picks have a chance to carve out big roles. KIM ENGLISH has a skill set similar to Gordon's, capable of heating up and scoring in bunches . . . KHRIS MIDDLETON is more of a spot-up, catch-and-shoot threat only . . . Former No. 6 overall pick JONNY FLYNN agreed to a non-guaranteed contract in October, as he is no guarantee to even make this sorry roster. FORWARDS: TAYSHAUN PRINCE is still hanging on as the Pistons' best all-around player . . . JASON MAXIELL should be able to reclaim his starting spot early. He rebounds and takes up space . . . JONAS JEREBKO showed flashes but looked rusty in his first year back from an Achilles injury . . . 2011 2nd-rounder KYLE SINGLER has a good chance to step into the rotation after a solid year in Spain . . . COREY MAGGETTE was acquired in a Ben Gordon salary dump. He'll see limited minutes . . . AUSTIN DAYE regressed big-time last year. Unless he gets off to a hot start, he'll be on the outside looking in at the rotation . . . TERRENCE WILLIAMS is seeking a new lease on life, but could be too much of a head case to realize he's wasting his talent . . . The Pistons are counting down the days left on CHARLIE VILLANUEVA's contract (two years). CENTERS: GREG MONROE is a solid fit in Frank's system. He's not a great athlete, but he can score and move the ball on offense, as well as rebound . . . ANDRE DRUMMOND could one day be a perfect fit alongside Monroe. But for now, he'll watch and learn as a raw, boom-or-bust prospect . . . VIACHESLAV KRAVTSOV is an athletic big who will bring energy, but little offense in limited minutes.
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*Wizards-Pistons Preview* =========================


Washington (15-35) at Detroit (20-33), 7:30 p.m. EDT

All-Star weekend appears to be coming at a less than opportune time for the surging Washington Wizards.

Before heading into the break, they will try to get by a Detroit Pistons team that's had their number of late.

The visiting Wizards look to extend their longest winning streak of the season to five Wednesday night against the Pistons, who aim for a 13th victory in 15 matchups in this series.

While it's been an overall disappointing season for Washington (15-35), coach Randy Wittman's team has picked up the pace in a big way over the last week. The Wizards have outscored opponents by an average of 11.3 points during their run, with all four wins coming against teams currently sitting inside the playoff picture.

"We hate that the break's coming up. It's going to ruin our momentum," rookie Bradley Beal told the league's official website. "But it's an opportunity to get some rest, though, and then come back focused and with the same mentality."

Washington entered Monday having dropped all 14 road matchups against fellow Eastern Conference foes before pulling out a 102-90 win at Milwaukee. Beal, playing his second game since missing five due to a sprained wrist, scored a season-high 28 points off the bench while Nene posted his third consecutive double-double with 21 points and a season-best 13 rebounds.

"I felt good, my wrist is feeling a lot better," Beal said. "Probably the biggest thing is I wanted is to shoot with confidence."

John Wall added 14 points and 10 assists for the Wizards, who shot 56.8 percent and limited the Bucks to 37.9 percent. Washington improved to 4-1 when recording at least 29 assists, with four of those games coming since Wall made his season debut Jan. 12 following a knee injury.

"That tells the story for us," Wittman said of the team's assist total. "When we're in the high 20s, we're pretty good."

The Wizards, though, could have a hard time keeping things going against the Pistons (20-33), who have taken four straight and 12 of 14 in the series. Washington, handed an ugly 100-68 defeat during its last visit to the Motor City on Dec. 21, has gone 9-42 at Detroit dating to 1987.

The Pistons followed a pair of impressive wins over San Antonio and Milwaukee with Monday's 105-86 loss to New Orleans. Detroit was limited to 35.8 percent from the field, its worst shooting performance since Dec. 1.

"I think we've played some good basketball throughout the week, but this is a definite step back," Kyle Singler told the team's official website. "We didn't really play well. Guys feel that. We're going to come in ... and just get ready for the next game. It's very disappointing. You don't want to play like this. You've just got to move on."

Rodney Stuckey had 19 points for the second consecutive game Monday and Greg Monroe, averaging 18.7 and 12.6 rebounds over seven contests this month, scored 17 to go along with 11 boards.

The Pistons are 14-7 when scoring at least 100 points but 6-26 when failing to reach that mark. The Wizards haven't allowed triple-digit points in a season-high nine straight games.

Washington has surrendered an average of 88.0 points over that stretch, 7.2 below its season mark.

Last Updated: 6/25/2018 2:46:03 PM EST

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