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NBA : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 2/26/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




BROOKLYN (33 - 24) at NEW ORLEANS (20 - 37)
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Tuesday, 2/26/2013 8:05 PM
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BROOKLYN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games33-24+8.425-3025-3295.149.444.0%51.194.848.646.3%48.1
Road Games13-12+7.813-129-1692.646.442.8%50.694.448.647.3%48.6
Last 5 Games3-2+1.72-32-399.451.244.6%52.899.053.249.2%47.8
BROOKLYN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)95.149.435-8044.0%8-2235.5%18-2473.6%511320187145
vs opponents surrendering97.74937-8244.9%7-2035.4%17-2275.5%511122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)92.646.434-8042.8%7-2234.1%17-2374.1%511220188145
Stats Against (All Games)94.848.637-8046.3%7-1737.6%14-1972.7%481121217135
vs opponents averaging97.949.237-8245.0%7-2035.9%17-2275.4%511122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)94.448.638-8047.3%6-1735.4%13-1969.1%491022217135

NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-37+1.531-2531-2694.546.345.3%48.697.348.546.2%47.9
Home Games10-17-7.512-1512-1591.946.445.0%48.994.146.045.2%48.3
Last 5 Games2-3-1.12-34-199.246.645.7%51.892.643.243.8%47.2
NEW ORLEANS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.546.336-8045.3%7-1837.3%15-1976.9%491121206146
vs opponents surrendering98.249.237-8345.0%7-2035.7%17-2275.7%511122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)91.946.436-8145.0%6-1835.0%13-1873.4%491223207136
Stats Against (All Games)97.348.537-7946.2%8-2136.5%16-2274.6%481124198136
vs opponents averaging98.949.637-8245.3%7-2035.9%17-2375.7%511122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)94.146.036-7945.2%7-2135.7%16-2176.1%481122187146
Average power rating of opponents played: BROOKLYN 96.2,  NEW ORLEANS 96.4
BROOKLYN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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 ANTONIO86-111L2.5L195O34-7247.2%451643-7358.9%355
2/11/2013@ INDIANA89-84W9W181.5U31-8038.7%631133-9634.4%638
2/20/2013@ MILWAUKEE97-94W4.5W194.5U34-8540.0%531135-7546.7%5717
2/26/2013@ NEW ORLEANS              
3/2/2013@ CHICAGO              
3/6/2013@ CHARLOTTE              
3/9/2013@ ATLANTA              
3/11/2013@ PHILADELPHIA              
3/12/2013NEW ORLEANS              

NEW ORLEANS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/19/2013GOLDEN STATE112-116L-5L188O45-7957.0%471638-7749.4%4114
1/23/2013@ SAN ANTONIO102-106L8.5W195O38-8146.9%541343-8053.7%448
1/27/2013@ MEMPHIS91-83W7.5W177.5U33-7742.9%541532-8836.4%5515
1/29/2013@ LA LAKERS106-111L8W196O39-9242.4%44939-7949.4%6314
1/30/2013@ UTAH99-104L8.5W188.5O37-7847.4%521234-6850.0%4813
2/1/2013@ DENVER98-113L7.5L205O38-7252.8%432144-8452.4%388
2/2/2013@ MINNESOTA86-115L4L188.5O28-7040.0%382345-7758.4%5118
2/8/2013@ ATLANTA111-100W5W192.5O45-8652.3%501335-7447.3%4217
2/10/2013@ TORONTO89-102L3.5L192U34-6949.3%411740-7851.3%4511
2/11/2013@ DETROIT105-86W6.5W193.5U41-8349.4%551429-8135.8%5013
2/20/2013@ CLEVELAND100-105L3.5L196.5O37-7648.7%451338-7749.4%468
2/27/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
3/6/2013LA LAKERS              
3/9/2013@ MEMPHIS              
3/12/2013@ BROOKLYN              
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.
NEW ORLEANS: GUARDS: This offense will belong to ERIC GORDON. He'll get over the fact that the Hornets matched his offer from Phoenix, and as long as his surgically-repaired knee holds up, he's one of the most complete young scorers in the NBA . . . The Hornets reached for AUSTIN RIVERS with the 10th pick because Monty Williams wants to coach him and thinks he can be an NBA point guard. Rivers has the handle, but his athleticism is ordinary and, more importantly, he has never shown a PG mentality at any level . . . GREIVIS VASQUEZ is the closest thing to a true point guard on this roster. He'll see solid minutes assuming Rivers' adjustment is a tough one . . . Well-rounded ROGER MASON JR. will also provide point guard depth . . . XAVIER HENRY hasn't lived up to his reputation as a shooter, but the Hornets can be patient with him . . . Rookie BRIAN ROBERTS has had a strong enough preseason to likely earn a roster spot. FORWARDS: ANTHONY DAVIS should step right in as a starter. His offensive game is further along than he gets credit for, and on the defensive end he's an absolute force from the basket out to the perimeter . . . He'll probably miss having Dwight Howard drawing in defenses, but RYAN ANDERSON has always been a very good three-point shooter. He and Davis are unique enough talents to share the court even if they're both power forwards . . . AL-FAROUQ AMINU made some strides on the defensive end late last season, which is what will get him minutes under Williams. He's underwhelming on the offensive end . . . If HAKIM WARRICK couldn't succeed as Steve Nash's pick-and-roll partner, it seems unlikely he'll ever help in New Orleans . . . Rookie DARIUS MILLER is looking to establish some kind of role with the team . . . LANCE THOMAS is doubtful to earn a salary to pay off his jewelry debts. CENTERS: ROBIN LOPEZ has always had the ability to protect the rim and does a decent job in space. Look for him to end up grabbing the bulk of minutes in the middle . . . JASON SMITH gives the Hornets a more offensive-minded option off the bench.
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Brooklyn (33-24) at New Orleans (20-37), 8:00 p.m. EDT

With a chance to move into a tie atop the Atlantic Division, the Brooklyn Nets seemed to lose their clutch starting shooting guard at the wrong time.

The Nets, however, hope to have Joe Johnson back in the lineup on Tuesday night when they visit the New Orleans Hornets.

A four-game winning streak put Brooklyn (33-24) in position to finally catch rival New York for first place in the Atlantic with a victory on Friday. The Nets, however, couldn't take advantage of their opportunity, losing 106-96 to Houston while playing without Johnson for the first time because of plantar fasciitis in his left foot.

Johnson has a league-best 23 points on 7-of-8 shooting in the last 24 seconds of a final quarter with the game within three points. Brooklyn certainly missed its second-leading scorer (17.0 ppg) on Sunday when it failed to score in the last 2:50, and a five-point lead turned into a 76-72 loss to Memphis.

"It's hard for me sitting here and watching," Johnson said. "You always can look at a game and think, 'I could have made a difference in that game'."

Now back to two full games behind the Knicks, the Nets may need the veteran down the stretch against a New Orleans team that has won seven of 11 at home. Johnson will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.

"We'll see how it feels and we'll go from there," he said.

The Hornets' Anthony Davis appeared to be fine on Sunday, just two days after leaving a loss to Dallas with a knee injury. The 2012 first overall pick led the way with 20 points and eight rebounds in a 110-95 win over Sacramento that stopped a three-game losing streak.

"You got a little taste of what (Davis) can do every night," said Ryan Anderson, who added 17 points. "He's learning, still learning as a player how he can be most effective."

Davis has been especially good at home lately, averaging 16.5 points and 10.0 boards in his last four in New Orleans.

Eric Gordon has scored 20.0 per game in his last three at home after finishing with 17 and a season-high eight assists on Sunday.

The Hornets (20-37) averaged just 87.8 points in their first 18 home games, but have improved to 100.1 in their last nine.

Brooklyn has won three of four on the road despite averaging 88.3 points on 38.4 percent shooting in those games.

If Johnson is unable to play, C.J. Watson is likely to get his third straight start in the backcourt. Watson has averaged 16.2 points while shooting 15 for 24 from 3-point range over his last five games.

Deron Williams, who led the Nets with 24 points on Sunday, practiced with a compression sleeve on Monday and appears ready to play despite getting kicked in the calf late in the game.

Brook Lopez, though, looks to bounce back after getting benched for the final quarter against the Grizzlies. Lopez, the team's leading scorer (18.7 ppg), shot 3 of 10 and was held to nine points for the second time in three games. Coach P.J. Carlesimo said that backup Andray Blatche "was playing better on both ends and was playing good defense".

The Nets have lost four straight in New Orleans and seven of nine overall in the series.

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