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PHOENIX (18 - 36) at GOLDEN STATE (30 - 23)
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Wednesday, 2/20/2013 10:35 PM
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PHOENIX - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-36-11.322-3024-2894.849.344.4%49.299.951.046.7%51.8
Road Games6-23-10.613-1417-1194.950.444.9%49.0103.752.347.4%51.5
Last 5 Games1-4-0.92-32-387.249.443.0%52.0101.252.647.9%46.4
Division Games4-6-0.45-53-693.348.143.9%49.398.553.345.6%55.7
PHOENIX Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.849.337-8444.4%6-1732.4%15-2075.6%491122218145
vs opponents surrendering97.648.937-8245.0%7-2035.6%17-2275.4%501122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)94.950.437-8344.9%5-1731.3%15-2075.4%491123227154
Stats Against (All Games)99.951.038-8246.7%7-1738.9%16-2274.4%521222188145
vs opponents averaging98.149.337-8245.1%7-1935.9%17-2376.0%511122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)103.752.340-8447.4%7-1740.4%17-2375.3%521323187135

GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games30-23+9.327-2533-19101.051.145.7%51.7101.551.444.1%52.0
Home Games16-7+4.313-1013-9101.551.746.5%52.497.349.442.4%51.5
Last 5 Games0-5-5.80-54-
Division Games5-5+2.15-47-3103.550.945.2%53.1104.053.044.1%53.6
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)101.051.138-8345.7%8-2039.1%17-2279.7%521123227154
vs opponents surrendering9849.237-8245.0%7-2036.1%17-2275.3%501122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)101.551.738-8246.5%8-2040.8%17-2179.9%521024227164
Stats Against (All Games)101.551.438-8544.1%8-2434.4%18-2574.1%521124198135
vs opponents averaging98.449.537-8245.3%7-1935.6%17-2375.0%511122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)97.349.437-8642.4%8-2430.9%17-2373.6%521224199134
Average power rating of opponents played: PHOENIX 95.7,  GOLDEN STATE 96.1
PHOENIX - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/11/2013@ BROOKLYN79-99L7.5L195U31-7939.2%491834-7545.3%5311
1/12/2013@ CHICAGO97-81W8.5W189.5U36-7349.3%571732-8836.4%4810
1/14/2013OKLAHOMA CITY90-102L5.5L199.5U35-8441.7%551440-8447.6%5010
1/23/2013@ SACRAMENTO106-96W3W202P43-9047.8%371138-7948.1%6224
1/24/2013LA CLIPPERS93-88W6.5W190.5U30-7142.3%571433-8339.8%5315
1/26/2013@ SAN ANTONIO99-108L9T200.5O41-8150.6%481541-8349.4%419
1/27/2013@ DALLAS95-110L8L202.5O34-7744.2%421745-8851.1%5213
1/30/2013LA LAKERS92-86W3W204U38-8345.8%431133-7842.3%5619
2/2/2013@ GOLDEN STATE93-113L10.5L202O35-8640.7%541245-8950.6%5313
2/5/2013@ MEMPHIS96-90W8.5W183.5O37-7350.7%492136-8243.9%3916
2/6/2013@ NEW ORLEANS84-93L6.5L195U35-7844.9%461639-7552.0%4111
2/8/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY96-127L14L205.5O39-8347.0%431650-8757.5%478
2/10/2013OKLAHOMA CITY69-97L8L204U30-9133.0%602234-7644.7%5013
2/12/2013@ LA LAKERS85-91L9.5W202U35-8541.2%551936-8343.4%5319
2/19/2013@ PORTLAND102-98W6.5W193O41-8250.0%561733-8041.2%4114
2/20/2013@ GOLDEN STATE              
2/24/2013SAN ANTONIO              
2/27/2013@ SAN ANTONIO              
3/8/2013@ SACRAMENTO              

GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/13/2013@ DENVER105-116L6.5L209O43-8351.8%441843-9047.8%518
1/18/2013@ SAN ANTONIO88-95L11.5W201.5U36-8442.9%46936-8045.0%5010
1/19/2013@ NEW ORLEANS116-112W5W188O38-7749.4%411445-7957.0%4716
1/21/2013LA CLIPPERS106-99W4.5W197.5O39-7552.0%451738-8345.8%4814
1/23/2013OKLAHOMA CITY104-99W1W208U37-8444.0%461536-7846.2%5119
1/25/2013@ CHICAGO87-103L2.5L189O27-7834.6%441141-8846.6%6415
1/26/2013@ MILWAUKEE102-109L1.5L209.5O39-9341.9%551541-10140.6%6512
1/28/2013@ TORONTO114-102W-2W201O46-8653.5%541338-8743.7%4210
1/29/2013@ CLEVELAND108-95W3W199.5O45-8453.6%501436-8442.9%4611
2/5/2013@ HOUSTON109-140L2.5L217O41-8647.7%471246-9150.5%598
2/6/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY98-119L11L214O38-9340.9%541948-9550.5%5712
2/8/2013@ MEMPHIS93-99L3.5L190.5O36-7548.0%381536-7846.2%5213
2/9/2013@ DALLAS91-116L5.5L211.5U34-8938.2%611538-7749.4%4910
2/19/2013@ UTAH101-115L3.5L203O39-8347.0%491339-7850.0%4611
2/22/2013SAN ANTONIO              
2/24/2013@ MINNESOTA              
2/26/2013@ INDIANA              
2/27/2013@ NEW YORK              
3/1/2013@ BOSTON              
3/2/2013@ PHILADELPHIA              
PHOENIX: GUARDS: With Steve Nash gone, GORAN DRAGIC takes over at the point. He was a monster as a starter in Houston late last year, and he's familiar with Phoenix's system from his time there as Nash's backup . . . SHANNON BROWN is one of the league's better sixth men and could end up seeing close to starter minutes this year. Once just a raw athlete, he's made major strides as a shooter and ball-handler . . . KENDALL MARSHALL was a bit of a product of an absurdly talented supporting cast in college at UNC. He's got work to do to become an NBA-caliber starter, but he'll be capable enough as a backup point guard as a rookie . . . SEBASTIAN TELFAIR still can't hit an open jump shot, but will factor into the backcourt rotation. FORWARDS: LUIS SCOLA steps in as the starting four. While he's in his 30's and an underwhelming athlete, he's crafty and relentless . . . JARED DUDLEY will continue to be their main catch-and-shoot threat on the wing. It might take a while to develop an on-court chemistry with Dragic . . . MICHAEL BEASLEY has a chance to grab a starting spot. He rarely has his head on straight, but he can score . . . CHANNING FRYE, the sharp-shooting 7-footer, will likely miss the 2012-13 season due to an enlarged heart, but this condition is expected to completely heal . . . WESLEY JOHNSON gets a fresh start. He needs to start knocking down shots to land a rotation spot . . . MARKIEFF MORRIS showed flashes as a rookie, but has to make better decisions on the offensive end. He'll be a key on the second unit . . . Well-traveled P.J. TUCKER earned himself a roster spot with an impressive Summer League. CENTERS: MARCIN GORTAT had a great year-and-a-half alongside Steve Nash, and he'll have to prove he can create in the low post a little more. But he's a skilled big man who should pair nicely with Luis Scola as a scorer and passer in the post . . . Injury-riddled JERMAINE O'NEAL is still a strong low-post defender and shot-blocker.
GOLDEN STATE: GUARDS: STEPHEN CURRY is this offense's engine and a stat-stuffing machine, as long as he's healthy. His ankle should be healed, but his small frame hasn't proven to be up to the rigors of the NBA . . . KLAY THOMPSON is a pure shooter who played himself into a starting job last year. He's a bit one-dimensional, but this spread, up-tempo offense is right up his alley . . . JARRETT JACK will back up both guard spots and provide some insurance for the fragile Curry . . . BRANDON RUSH is going to push for a starting job, but he's never proven to be more than a second-unit talent . . . As a rookie, CHARLES JENKINS proved worthy of a roster spot during his late-season audition. But he'll be looking at a lot of DNP-CDs as long as Curry and Jack are healthy. FORWARDS: DAVID LEE's touches will drop alongside Andrew Bogut. The Warriors seem prepared to give him major minutes despite his defensive shortcomings . . . HARRISON BARNES should push for a starting job early. He's not a great iso player, but the Warriors' offense should set him up with catch-and-score opportunities . . . CARL LANDRY is active around the basket and should do some damage over 20 MPG . . . RICHARD JEFFERSON is going to be in a mentor role until his contract expires in two years . . . JEREMY TYLER is young and a borderline usable big off the bench . . . Second-rounder DRAYMOND GREEN isn't an athlete but does a bit of everything. He figures to have a limited role as a rookie. CENTERS: His fractured ankle is not quite 100 percent, but ANDREW BOGUT hopes to be healed enough when the season starts to be the centerpiece of the frontcourt. He can rebound and defend, and he'll get his share of easy scoring opportunities with so many shooters spreading the floor . . . The Warriors seem content to let ANDRIS BIEDRINS rot on the bench . . . Rookie FESTUS EZELI is too raw offensively to see significant minutes.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO BASKETBALL PREVIEW (PHOENIX-GOLDEN STATE) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Suns-Warriors Preview* =======================


Phoenix (18-36) at Golden State (30-23), 10:30 p.m. EDT

Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson is at a loss for why his squad can't seem to get out of its funk, but he's certainly not about to panic.

A visit from one of the league's worst teams could help Golden State get back on track.

The Warriors look to end a six-game losing streak by winning a fifth straight meeting with the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night.

The All-Star break didn't do much to cure Golden State's woes, as it fell 115-101 at Utah on Tuesday. It has lost by an average of 17.7 points and is allowing 117.5 points per game during its skid, which has included five losses away from home.

"It is another uncharacteristic performance by us," Jackson said. "We have to find ourselves."

Jackson, though, is taking the slump in stride and believes his struggling Warriors (30-23) will be able to turn things around quickly. He also hasn't ruled out making lineup adjustments.

"I am not going to jump off this ship," Jackson said. "I believe in my guys. We have lost six in a row and haven't played good basketball and I have been extremely patient. I love my guys and I believe in them but we have got to find five guys on the floor that are going to scratch, claw and compete because history tells me that the only way out of a funk like this is working our way out of it."

David Lee, who scored 18 points Tuesday, isn't sure if Jackson plans to make adjustments to the rotation, but said he'll welcome whatever is necessary to help get the Warriors back on track.

"The most important thing is that we win. Whatever coach decides to do, we've been with him all season and that's not going to change," Lee said. "I trust that he'll make the right decision, whatever that might be."

Stephen Curry has been one of the few Warriors playing well lately. He scored 29 points against Utah and is averaging 26.5 over his last four.

The Warriors overcame a rough performance from Curry (2 of 14 shooting, five points) to beat Phoenix 87-85 in their season opener Oct. 31, but he bounced back to score 29 points and hit six 3-pointers in a 113-93 victory Feb. 2.

That blowout was a familiar story for the Suns, who are just 6-23 away from home. They had lost six of their previous seven road games before winning 102-98 at Portland on Tuesday.

Goran Dragic had 16 points and a career-high 18 assists for Phoenix (18-36), which ended a four-game losing streak and scored 100 points for the first time in 12 games.

"I think he was aggressive as he always is, and he made plays," coach Lindsey Hunter said. "It was amazing but it was fun to watch because everybody was getting involved."

The Suns have the worst record in the Western Conference, leaving a strong possibility players could be dealt by Thursday's trade deadline. Hunter, though, simply is letting everything play out.

"I'm sure if something gets serious, I'll know about it," Hunter said.

The previous three matchups between these teams had been decided by a combined 10 points before Golden State's 20-point victory earlier this month.

Last Updated: 4/22/2018 3:18:20 PM EST

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