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NBA : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 2/20/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
ORLANDO
 
DALLAS
+11.5  

-11.5  
+500

-750

206
 
96
Final
111

ORLANDO (15 - 38) at DALLAS (23 - 29)
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Wednesday, 2/20/2013 8:35 PM
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717ORLANDO206206
718DALLAS-10-10.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
ORLANDO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-38-2422-3028-2394.046.345.1%49.999.450.146.0%50.2
Road Games6-19-1114-1112-1292.645.644.3%49.299.449.246.6%50.6
Last 5 Games1-4-3.91-42-392.446.444.2%51.2104.453.046.2%53.0
ORLANDO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)94.046.338-8445.1%7-1933.8%12-1677.4%501123196144
vs opponents surrendering97.649.137-8245.2%7-2035.8%17-2275.0%511122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)92.645.637-8444.3%6-1930.2%13-1679.7%491024196144
Stats Against (All Games)99.450.139-8446.0%7-2034.5%15-2174.2%501123167125
vs opponents averaging9748.837-8244.7%7-2035.7%17-2274.5%511122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)99.449.239-8346.6%6-1933.3%16-2174.3%511024168125

DALLAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-29-1029-2232-19101.350.545.3%50.0102.750.744.4%53.8
Home Games15-10-0.614-1117-7104.851.446.6%49.6100.649.244.0%53.2
Last 5 Games3-2-0.23-23-2107.254.045.5%50.2101.451.644.1%54.2
DALLAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)101.350.538-8445.3%7-2036.7%18-2279.7%501023218145
vs opponents surrendering9849.337-8245.1%7-2035.7%17-2275.5%511122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)104.851.440-8546.6%8-2038.6%17-2278.0%501024208125
Stats Against (All Games)102.750.737-8444.4%8-2236.3%20-2675.8%541222209144
vs opponents averaging98.249.337-8245.2%7-2035.7%17-2275.8%501122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)100.649.237-8444.0%8-2235.9%19-2478.3%531220197153
Average power rating of opponents played: ORLANDO 94.3,  DALLAS 96.1
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
ORLANDO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/12/2013@ LA CLIPPERS104-101W13.5W198.5O39-8148.1%491343-8848.9%429
1/14/2013@ WASHINGTON91-120L1.5L191.5O37-8742.5%461446-8256.1%4711
1/16/2013INDIANA97-86W2W186U40-8646.5%451237-8543.5%5115
1/18/2013CHARLOTTE100-106L-7L197O37-7946.8%451437-7946.8%5510
1/20/2013DALLAS105-111L3L202O40-7950.6%471345-9050.0%438
1/22/2013@ DETROIT90-105L4.5L195P38-8445.2%441342-9146.2%608
1/24/2013TORONTO95-97L-4L198.5U35-8143.2%501339-7850.0%4210
1/27/2013DETROIT102-104L-2L195O40-9044.4%571540-7950.6%4112
1/28/2013@ BROOKLYN77-97L9L196.5U32-7940.5%391537-7450.0%4920
1/30/2013@ NEW YORK97-113L8.5L196.5O38-7749.4%371047-8257.3%429
2/1/2013@ BOSTON84-97L8L191U36-9537.9%501442-8450.0%5614
2/2/2013@ MILWAUKEE98-107L10.5W200O41-9443.6%621742-9046.7%5616
2/4/2013@ PHILADELPHIA61-78L10L188U27-8033.7%501236-7945.6%5011
2/6/2013LA CLIPPERS76-86L5L184U30-8734.5%581833-8240.2%6014
2/8/2013@ CLEVELAND108-119L7L200O45-8652.3%461939-8048.7%466
2/10/2013PORTLAND110-104W2.5W197O47-9350.5%541042-8350.6%4214
2/13/2013ATLANTA76-108L2.5L200U34-8241.5%471541-9244.6%639
2/19/2013CHARLOTTE92-105L-5L198.5U37-8941.6%511438-8146.9%5416
2/20/2013@ DALLAS              
2/22/2013@ MEMPHIS              
2/23/2013CLEVELAND              
2/26/2013@ PHILADELPHIA              
2/27/2013SACRAMENTO              
3/1/2013HOUSTON              
3/3/2013MEMPHIS              
3/4/2013@ NEW ORLEANS              
3/6/2013@ MIAMI              
3/8/2013INDIANA              

DALLAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/12/2013MEMPHIS104-83W1W187P39-8048.7%58932-8438.1%517
1/14/2013MINNESOTA113-98W-7.5W195.5O46-7759.7%36935-8541.2%5315
1/16/2013HOUSTON105-100W-4W214.5U33-8638.4%581033-8439.3%6216
1/18/2013OKLAHOMA CITY114-117L5.5W205.5O41-9145.1%571639-9541.1%5717
1/20/2013@ ORLANDO111-105W-3W202O45-9050.0%43840-7950.6%4713
1/25/2013SAN ANTONIO107-113L-2L204.5O42-9146.2%501443-8948.3%5215
1/27/2013PHOENIX110-95W-8W202.5O45-8851.1%521334-7744.2%4217
1/29/2013@ PORTLAND104-106L3W202O42-8450.0%471639-8645.3%5014
1/31/2013@ GOLDEN STATE97-100L4.5W203.5U36-8144.4%541536-8442.9%5012
2/1/2013@ PHOENIX109-99W2.5W201O40-8845.5%581538-8942.7%5113
2/4/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY91-112L8.5L209U36-8741.4%501441-8747.1%5811
2/6/2013PORTLAND105-99W-5.5W201O41-8647.7%54836-8442.9%476
2/9/2013GOLDEN STATE116-91W-5.5W211.5U38-7749.4%491034-8938.2%6115
2/11/2013ATLANTA101-105L-5.5L204O38-8942.7%441140-7751.9%5518
2/13/2013SACRAMENTO123-100W-10W212O43-9246.7%541233-8041.2%5018
2/20/2013ORLANDO              
2/22/2013@ NEW ORLEANS              
2/24/2013LA LAKERS              
2/26/2013MILWAUKEE              
2/27/2013@ MEMPHIS              
3/1/2013@ BROOKLYN              
3/3/2013@ HOUSTON              
3/6/2013HOUSTON              
3/8/2013@ DETROIT              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
ORLANDO: GUARDS: With Dwight Howard gone, this becomes JAMEER NELSON's team on the offensive end. Injuries slowed him a year ago, but he still does a nice job creating his own scoring chances . . . ARRON AFFLALO will provide some much-needed defense on the perimeter, a huge team weakness that will be exploited in the post-Howard era. He'll be a No. 2 or 3 option on the offensive end as well . . . J.J. REDICK has a chance for a bigger role in what should be a transitional year in Orlando. He's no more of a defensive liability than Nelson . . . CHRISTIAN EYENGA was a throw-in during the Dwight Howard trade and defends well enough to earn a roster spot . . . ISHMAEL SMITH will back up Nelson once he returns from a shoulder injury . . . E'TWAUN MOORE has played well enough in the preseason to spell Nelson too. FORWARDS: HEDO TURKOGLU still has some value as a point forward, though his minutes could shrink as Orlando rebuilds . . . GLEN DAVIS shined in Howard's absence last year. He's inefficient, but aggressive and willing to throw his weight around . . . Keep an eye on ANDREW NICHOLSON; the rookie is a crafty scorer who can shoot away from the basket . . . QUENTIN RICHARDSON will chug along as an injury-prone, three-point specialist . . . AL HARRINGTON is coming off a couple knee surgeries and may not have much left in the tank . . . MOE HARKLESS is athletic, versatile, and could get a long look in the second half of the year . . . GUSTAVO AYON is a capable big body who can play some center . . . JUSTIN HARPER will be buried on the bench . . . JOSH McROBERTS is not good. CENTERS: Davis figures to see a lot of minutes at center, but NIKOLA VUCEVIC is a much better defensive option. He's limited offensively, but could start grabbing more minutes in the middle as the year goes on . . . KYLE O'QUINN is a big body who can score around the basket. He has a rough transition ahead of him as an average athlete from a small school.
DALLAS: GUARDS: DARREN COLLISON's jump shot might be shaky, but he can get into the lane at will. He'll be a much different look than Jason Kidd had been in Big D . . . O.J. MAYO becomes the second option in this offense. He'll have the ball in his hands a lot . . . VINCE CARTER will come off the bench. At this point, he's a three-point specialist, and not a very good one . . . DELONTE WEST will back up both guard spots. Don't be surprised if he overtakes Collison at some point . . . RODDY BEAUBOIS can heat up in an instant, but he has work to do to make this rotation . . . DAHNTAY JONES is roster filler . . . DOMINIQUE JONES enters the year on the roster bubble . . . JARED CUNNINGHAM will learn the point guard position watching from the bench as a rookie. FORWARDS: After a slow start last season, DIRK NOWITZKI looked like the Dirk of old in the second half of the year. He's still got something left in the tank, but it's still unclear if the swelling in his knee will require surgery, something that would shelve him for more than a month . . . SHAWN MARION is still an important cog in Carlisle's creative defensive gameplans, so he'll keep playing big minutes despite his dwindling offensive skills . . . ELTON BRAND is still relevant, even behind Nowitzki, because of his ability to play some center . . . BRANDAN WRIGHT will be in and out of the rotation again, but he's now relatively healthy and showed signs of being a serviceable rotation player a year ago . . . Rookie Jae CROWDER profiles as a potentially solid second-unit player, but he'll be buried on this depth chart. CENTERS: CHRIS KAMAN gives Dallas some offensive skill at center, but he's not exactly the defensive presence they've needed. He'll log the bulk of the minutes here, but there are going to be a handful of games where the Mavs have to sit him and go small for defensive purposes . . . 27-year-old rookie BERNARD JAMES could fill Ian Mahinmi's old role of a shot-blocker/fouler off the bench.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO BASKETBALL PREVIEW (ORLANDO-DALLAS) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Magic-Mavericks Preview* =========================

By JEFF BARTL STATS Writer

Orlando (15-37) at Dallas (23-29), 8:30 p.m. EDT

The portion of the NBA season following the All-Star break commonly is referred to as the second half, but Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle knows that's simply an arbitrary term.

His team has much less than half the schedule to get back into the Western Conference playoff picture.

Dallas looks to earn a fourth victory in its last five tries Wednesday night against an Orlando Magic team in the midst of its longest road skid in seven years.

The Mavericks played their first 29 games without Dirk Nowitzki and limped to a 23-29 record prior to All-Star weekend, leaving them in 11th place in the West - 4 1/2 games behind Houston for the conference's final postseason spot.

Dallas, which hasn't missed the playoffs since the 1999-2000 season, doesn't have much time to make up its current deficit.

"It's not the second half, it's the last 30 games," Carlisle told the team's official website. "We're down to the last little more than a third of the season, and we're just going to have to go whistle to whistle."

The Mavericks headed into the break winning three of four after a 123-100 rout of Sacramento last Wednesday, getting a game-high 26 points from Vince Carter off the bench.

"We have to take one game at a time, because you can't win games six, seven and eight if you don't win the first one," said the former Magic guard. "We can't look past any game or any team. We have to find a way regardless of what our opponent's jersey says."

Nowitzki, who was in his second season the last time Dallas missed the playoffs, hopes the Mavericks can be better in close contests over the final part of the season. Eight of their last nine defeats have come by six points or fewer.

"Obviously, we gave a lot of games away - close ones that we felt like we should have had when I was out and when I was back," Nowitzki said. "Just not finding really the right groove at the end of the games to really execute at both ends of the floor and get those wins, so it's been frustrating.

"I thought we played better the last month or so before the break, but still not good enough to pull some of those close ones out."

Shawn Marion scored 20 points to lead seven players in double figures as the Mavericks beat the Magic 111-105 on Jan. 20 for their ninth victory in the last 12 meetings in the series. Each of Orlando's wins in that stretch, though, has come in the last three matchups in Dallas.

Extending that run might be quite difficult for a Magic team that has dropped 25 of its last 28 after falling 105-92 to Charlotte on Tuesday in a matchup of the NBA's worst teams.

Orlando (15-38) is giving up 104.1 points per game during that stretch after allowing an average of 92.8 in its first 25 games.

"Bad basketball. Bad defense. Just bad," guard J.J. Redick said. "Everybody was out there making mistakes. The NBA is about team defense. For the last 28 games we've been pretty awful on the defensive side of the ball."

Orlando now will turn its attention to ending an eight-game road losing streak that is its longest since dropping 16 straight from Jan. 27-March 31, 2006.

It has lost by an average of 16.2 points during its current road skid.


Last Updated: 11/24/2014 8:08:10 AM EST


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