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NBA : ATS Matchup
Sunday 3/17/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
GOLDEN STATE
 
HOUSTON
+7  

-7  
+220

-300

217.5
 
108
Final
78

GOLDEN STATE (37 - 30) at HOUSTON (36 - 30)
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Sunday, 3/17/2013 7:05 PM
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879GOLDEN STATE219216.5
880HOUSTON-7-7.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games37-30+7.832-3440-26100.650.845.4%51.9100.951.044.0%51.9
Road Games15-20+1.815-1923-12100.150.844.7%51.1104.453.045.6%52.3
Last 5 Games2-3-2.81-42-394.648.444.8%53.694.047.642.3%49.0
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)100.650.838-8345.4%8-2039.6%17-2279.1%521122227154
vs opponents surrendering9849.337-8245.2%7-2036.2%17-2275.4%501122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)100.150.838-8444.7%8-2038.7%17-2279.7%511121227154
Stats Against (All Games)100.951.037-8544.0%8-2334.5%18-2574.0%521124208135
vs opponents averaging98.549.637-8245.4%7-2035.7%17-2375.0%511122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)104.453.038-8445.6%8-2336.8%19-2674.3%521124198136

HOUSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games36-30-3.235-3035-31106.953.446.5%51.7103.252.846.1%49.6
Home Games22-9+4.920-1118-13111.355.648.0%52.1103.452.745.9%49.1
Last 5 Games3-2-22-31-4105.249.844.8%51.897.652.045.4%49.4
HOUSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)106.953.438-8346.5%11-2937.4%19-2575.3%521124209164
vs opponents surrendering9849.237-8245.1%7-2035.9%17-2275.2%501122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)111.355.640-8348.0%11-2838.7%20-2776.1%521025199154
Stats Against (All Games)103.252.839-8546.1%8-2237.3%17-2277.1%501123208156
vs opponents averaging98.249.437-8245.3%7-2036.0%17-2275.4%501122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)103.452.740-8645.9%9-2338.7%15-2076.3%491022208156
Average power rating of opponents played: GOLDEN STATE 96.2,  HOUSTON 96
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
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
2/12/2013HOUSTON107-116L-4L217O38-8445.2%541343-9147.3%5311
2/19/2013@ UTAH101-115L3.5L203O39-8347.0%491339-7850.0%4611
2/20/2013PHOENIX108-98W-8.5W205.5O42-8748.3%471040-8447.6%5014
2/22/2013SAN ANTONIO107-101W3.5W208.5U39-9441.5%651237-9538.9%639
2/24/2013@ MINNESOTA100-99W-2L205.5U37-8145.7%552237-8543.5%4817
2/26/2013@ INDIANA97-108L8.5L197O33-7643.4%502041-8448.8%4812
2/27/2013@ NEW YORK105-109L7.5W205O36-7250.0%441736-8741.4%5310
3/1/2013@ BOSTON86-94L4L196.5U32-9434.0%611136-7548.0%5417
3/2/2013@ PHILADELPHIA97-104L-2L197.5O36-8641.9%451944-8551.8%5523
3/4/2013TORONTO125-118W-6.5W205.5O47-8257.3%451441-9443.6%5613
3/6/2013SACRAMENTO87-83W-10.5L224U27-7536.0%571733-8339.8%4814
3/8/2013HOUSTON88-94L-2L223U33-8737.9%631627-7436.5%5412
3/9/2013MILWAUKEE93-103L-2.5L210.5U37-8245.1%521738-7848.7%4515
3/11/2013NEW YORK92-63W-2.5W202U32-7841.0%671420-7327.4%4913
3/13/2013DETROIT105-97W-11L199O41-7256.9%481340-8944.9%449
3/15/2013CHICAGO95-113L-5L186O34-7644.7%381243-8351.8%5314
3/17/2013@ HOUSTON              
3/18/2013@ NEW ORLEANS              
3/20/2013@ SAN ANTONIO              
3/23/2013WASHINGTON              
3/25/2013LA LAKERS              
3/27/2013SACRAMENTO              
3/30/2013PORTLAND              

HOUSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
2/5/2013GOLDEN STATE140-109W-2.5W217O46-9150.5%59841-8647.7%4712
2/6/2013@ MIAMI108-114L7.5W206.5O39-8048.7%471640-8248.8%4410
2/8/2013PORTLAND118-103W-7.5W211O47-7959.5%441040-8845.5%4511
2/10/2013@ SACRAMENTO111-117L-6.5L218.5O44-8949.4%501540-8746.0%4713
2/12/2013@ GOLDEN STATE116-107W4W217O43-9147.3%531138-8445.2%5413
2/13/2013@ LA CLIPPERS96-106L11W208U36-8243.9%502137-7549.3%4418
2/20/2013OKLAHOMA CITY122-119W3W220.5O44-9247.8%451842-8748.3%5522
2/22/2013@ BROOKLYN106-96W-1.5W207.5U41-7753.2%471640-9144.0%4913
2/23/2013@ WASHINGTON103-105L-1.5L211U38-8445.2%471641-8051.2%4713
2/27/2013MILWAUKEE107-110L-9L220U42-8947.2%581743-8948.3%4917
3/1/2013@ ORLANDO118-110W-9L212.5O42-7754.5%401244-7856.4%4114
3/3/2013DALLAS136-103W-5.5W219O46-8057.5%531338-8047.5%4218
3/6/2013@ DALLAS108-112L1.5L221U35-7844.9%501245-8354.2%4111
3/8/2013@ GOLDEN STATE94-88W2W223U27-7436.5%541233-8737.9%6316
3/9/2013@ PHOENIX105-107L-7L210.5O37-8643.0%471937-8245.1%6716
3/13/2013PHOENIX111-81W-12W212.5U39-7651.3%582234-8142.0%3620
3/15/2013MINNESOTA108-100W-14.5L211U36-7448.6%501839-8148.1%4013
3/17/2013GOLDEN STATE              
3/20/2013UTAH              
3/22/2013CLEVELAND              
3/24/2013SAN ANTONIO              
3/27/2013INDIANA              
3/29/2013@ MEMPHIS              
3/30/2013LA CLIPPERS              
4/1/2013ORLANDO              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
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.
HOUSTON: GUARDS: Houston has gutted its roster, and this is JEREMY LIN's team now. Coach Kevin McHale will use the same pick-and-roll offense he used with Goran Dragic, and Lin should do what he did in New York a year ago . . . KEVIN MARTIN is on the trade block. As long as he's in Houston, he'll be in and out of McHale's doghouse, especially seeing that he's not in the long-term plans . . . JEREMY LAMB should push Martin for minutes early. Lamb will have some defensive issues, but he's a cagey scorer who should mesh well with Lin . . . CARLOS DELFINO replaces Chase Budinger as the team's most reliable marksman from three-point range . . . TONEY DOUGLAS' defensive ability puts him in the running for a rotation spot . . . SHAUN LIVINGSTON can give them 12 to 15 minutes a night . . . Rookie SCOTT MACHADO, an outstanding passer, will back up Lin . . . GARY FORBES will have trouble finding minutes. FORWARDS: CHANDLER PARSONS was a nice surprise a year ago. He's a fifth option offensively but does the hustle/energy thing well . . . 2011 first-rounder DONATAS MOTIEJUNAS is a skilled 7-footer who fits with Lin. Expect him to grab a starting job by midseason, but he can also play center when required . . . This might be the year PATRICK PATTERSON makes an impact. His game is limited, but he can rebound and score around the basket . . . ROYCE WHITE is a 270-pounder with point guard skills. He needs the ball in his hands though, which is why he's not a great fit with Lin in the starting lineup . . . TERRENCE JONES has a tweener skill set. At this point, he's better suited for the second unit . . . Speaking of 'tweeners, MARCUS MORRIS looks to be nowhere near contributing. CENTERS: OMER ASIK earned his reputation as a defensive stud in Chicago, and he'll get a little more offensive freedom in Houston. He is quite foul-prone though, and he'll be tested on the free-throw line early and often . . . His backup, GREG SMITH, has more fouls (17) than points (14) in his 69-minute NBA career.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO BASKETBALL PREVIEW (GOLDEN STATE-HOUSTON) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Warriors-Rockets Preview* ==========================

By MATT BECKER STATS Editor

Golden State (37-30) at Houston (36-30), 7:00 p.m. EDT

The Golden State Warriors own a one-half game lead over the Houston Rockets for sixth place in the Western Conference.

That advantage would be larger if they could figure out a way to beat the Rockets.

The Warriors try to bounce back from an embarrassing defeat and avoid being swept in the four-game season series Sunday night in Houston.

Golden State (37-30) has historically had trouble against the Rockets (36-30), and even though it's a better team this year - in position to make the playoffs for just the second time since 1994 - those problems have lingered.

With a 94-88 home defeat to Houston last Friday, the Warriors lost for the 17th time in the last 19 matchups. They held the Rockets to 36.5 percent shooting after allowing point totals of 140 and 116 in the first two meetings, but had their own offensive problems, shooting 37.9 percent.

Golden State had similar offensive woes against Chicago on Friday. It missed its first 11 shots from 3-point range and fell behind by as many as 36 in a 113-95 loss.

"This was an embarrassing performance by us, point blank," said Stephen Curry, who was held to eight points on 2-for-13 shooting.

Curry, one of the league's top 3-point shooters at 45.0 percent, missed all five of his 3s after going 11 of 17 from beyond the arc and totaling 57 points in Golden State's previous two games - wins over New York and Detroit. He is 6 of 18 from the perimeter against the Rockets this season.

Houston, the NBA's top 3-point shooting team with 715, has hit 48 of 109 (44.0 percent) from distance in the season series, including a league-tying and franchise-best 23 in a 140-109 rout on Feb. 5.

James Harden made 5 of 10 3-point attempts and finished with 37 points as the Rockets rallied from a 20-point third-quarter deficit to beat Minnesota 108-100 on Friday. He had 25 in the second half when Houston outscored the Timberwolves 69-43.

"You just have to have that confidence to go out there and make plays and score the basketball, drop a couple passes off and work from there, said Harden, who also had eight assists and seven rebounds.

A comeback like that was nothing new for the Rockets, who have rallied from double-digit deficits to win 11 times this season. They know, however, they can't keep relying on second-half outbursts for victories, especially against a good team like Golden State.

"The first half was so frustrating, we can't afford to play like that," forward Chandler Parsons said. "We can't get down like that and fight back against many teams."

Parsons is averaging 21.0 points and has made 13 of 22 (59.1 percent) of his 3s against the Warriors this season.

Jeremy Lin, who scored 24 Friday, is averaging 19.0 points against his former team - 6.1 better than his season average. The Rockets, winners of the first two on a season-high seven-game homestand, are 18-6 when Lin scores at least 14.


Last Updated: 11/1/2014 6:42:46 AM EST


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