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MILWAUKEE (34 - 33) at INDIANA (42 - 26)
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Friday, 3/22/2013 7:05 PM
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MILWAUKEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games34-33-1.630-3634-3399.050.243.8%52.2100.149.845.1%54.2
Road Games16-17+5.919-1415-1898.050.443.9%51.299.450.144.7%55.1
Last 5 Games2-3-1.21-42-398.846.242.4%52.6103.048.848.8%50.6
Division Games7-8-6.87-86-995.449.143.3%50.996.548.743.9%56.5
MILWAUKEE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)99.050.238-8743.8%7-1936.1%16-2174.2%521323198147
vs opponents surrendering97.44937-8245.2%7-2035.8%17-2275.1%501122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)98.050.438-8643.9%7-2035.9%15-2073.2%511223208147
Stats Against (All Games)100.149.838-8545.1%6-1835.2%17-2375.9%541323198154
vs opponents averaging9748.837-8245.0%7-2035.9%16-2275.2%501122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)99.450.138-8544.7%6-1834.2%17-2375.7%551323198165

INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games42-26-0.438-3032-3694.446.743.3%54.789.744.541.5%50.0
Home Games27-8+2.221-1417-1897.849.743.6%56.988.644.640.6%50.2
Last 5 Games3-2-4.23-24-199.450.841.7%60.890.244.440.8%51.4
Division Games11-2+9.610-36-796.748.244.8%58.485.843.838.8%50.2
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.446.735-8143.3%7-2035.7%17-2374.9%551321207157
vs opponents surrendering98.249.437-8245.4%7-2036.0%17-2275.2%511122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)97.849.736-8243.6%8-2038.8%18-2474.2%571421207147
Stats Against (All Games)89.744.534-8241.5%5-1632.4%16-2176.0%501119228136
vs opponents averaging97.448.937-8244.9%7-2035.8%17-2275.1%501122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)88.644.633-8340.6%5-1731.1%16-2275.3%501118237136
Average power rating of opponents played: MILWAUKEE 95.2,  INDIANA 94.4
MILWAUKEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/19/2013@ BROOKLYN111-113L5W193O46-9647.9%51843-9147.3%5915
2/26/2013@ DALLAS95-90W5.5W212U34-8241.5%461236-8542.4%6120
2/27/2013@ HOUSTON110-107W9W220U43-8948.3%491742-8947.2%5817
3/6/2013@ LA CLIPPERS101-117L10L206.5O38-7948.1%381347-8754.0%4910
3/9/2013@ GOLDEN STATE103-93W2.5W210.5U38-7848.7%451537-8245.1%5217
3/10/2013@ SACRAMENTO115-113W1W216.5O40-8746.0%55944-9446.8%5810
3/13/2013@ WASHINGTON93-106L-1.5L195.5O39-8545.9%491443-8650.0%5513
3/20/2013@ ATLANTA90-98L6L205.5U37-9937.4%561038-7948.1%5316
3/22/2013@ INDIANA              
3/27/2013@ PHILADELPHIA              
3/28/2013LA LAKERS              
3/30/2013OKLAHOMA CITY              
4/5/2013@ NEW YORK              

INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/20/2013NEW YORK125-91W-4W185O42-7953.2%632129-8633.7%4815
2/23/2013@ DETROIT90-72W-5W188U34-7545.3%582026-7733.8%4514
2/26/2013GOLDEN STATE108-97W-8.5W197O41-8448.8%481233-7643.4%5020
2/28/2013LA CLIPPERS91-99L-1L192.5U32-7542.7%522039-8048.7%4311
3/1/2013@ TORONTO93-81W-2W185.5U34-7048.6%521929-7240.3%3613
3/8/2013@ ORLANDO115-86W-9.5W189O43-8351.8%501232-8239.0%4720
3/10/2013@ MIAMI91-105L6.5L187O26-6341.3%451638-6855.9%3612
3/15/2013LA LAKERS93-99L-8.5L191O37-9937.4%621633-7842.3%5715
3/16/2013@ PHILADELPHIA91-98L-5.5L183O34-8838.6%531339-7949.4%5012
3/18/2013@ CLEVELAND111-90W-6.5W187.5O39-8844.3%631435-9238.0%5411
3/23/2013@ CHICAGO              
3/27/2013@ HOUSTON              
3/28/2013@ DALLAS              
3/30/2013@ PHOENIX              
4/1/2013@ LA CLIPPERS              
4/5/2013OKLAHOMA CITY              
4/6/2013@ WASHINGTON              
MILWAUKEE: GUARDS: BRANDON JENNINGS benefitted from the arrival of Monta Ellis last year. He has the offense and system to thrive, and now needs to prove he can be efficient enough to be a star . . . MONTA ELLIS played second fiddle to Jennings last year, and really struggled to shoot the ball. The Bucks now play the kind of tempo he likes, but he'll have to adjust to playing off the ball more often . . . BENO UDRIH won't see a ton of action off the bench considering Jennings and Ellis play so many minutes. If a starter gets hurt, he could step in and hit a lot of threes . . . Second-rounder DORON LAMB has some upside as a future sixth man, but figures to ride the bench this year once his torn elbow ligament heals. FORWARDS: ERSAN ILYASOVA should finally get some respect from Skiles after starring down the stretch last year . . . MIKE DUNLEAVY re-emerged as a legitimate three-point threat, though he doesn't do much else . . . DREW GOODEN's role should shrink with Ilyasova stepping up and Sam Dalembert coming in . . . LUC RICHARD MBAH a MOUTE is coming off knee surgery, but he's improving as a rebounder and can play both forward spots off the bench . . . Rookie JOHN HENSON is a defensive stud and does enough as a screener to get decent minutes early . . . TOBIAS HARRIS was a Summer League star, but he's too much of a 'tweener to thrive in the NBA . . . EKPE UDOH provides defense and rebounding off the bench . . . LARRY SANDERS has potential, but this frontcourt is too crowded for him to make an impact. CENTERS: SAM DALEMBERT fell in and out of favor in Houston, but he's exactly what the Bucksneed as a defensive presence in the paint. Milwaukee has numerous players who can man the five in spots (Ekpe Udoh, Drew Gooden), but Dalembert is by far their best defensive option and should see big minutes . . . JOEL PRZYBILLA signed on in August to provide back-end depth on the pine.
INDIANA: GUARDS: The Pacers went 7-2 during the regular season and won a playoff series with GEORGE HILL in the starting five. He averaged 13.9 PPG and 5.3 APG in those regular season starts . . . PAUL GEORGE is a defensive stopper who is making strides on the offensive end. If he can find the touches, his scoring average will rise . . . D.J. AUGUSTIN has a skill set similar to Hill's. Maybe he'll push him for minutes later in the year, but more likely he'll shoot corner threes off the bench . . . GERALD GREEN is another athlete for their second unit . . . LANCE STEPHENSON has a chance for a bigger role, but he's been atrocious to this point of his career. FORWARDS: DANNY GRANGER's touches dropped last season, but his shot selection improved as last year went on. He'll continue to be a borderline All-Star . . . DAVID WEST's knee should be fully recovered from his torn ACL in late 2010-11. He was their best player in the postseason and should be a star this season with his ability to knock down shots . . . TYLER HANSBROUGH looks like he's settling in as a career second unit player. His lack of athleticism really limits his upside . . . JEFF PENDERGRAPH may or may not hold on to a roster spot in a 12th-man role. CENTERS: They're paying ROY HIBBERT like a franchise player, and he has the ability to control both ends of the court. The question is whether they'll now play him 30-plus minutes, or continue to use him as more of a part-time player . . . IAN MAHINMI should step in as a decent backup center . . . Rookie MILES PLUMLEE was a part-time player at Duke and is highly unlikely to contribute in his first season.
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*Bucks-Pacers Preview* ======================


Milwaukee (34-33) at Indiana (42-26), 7:00 p.m. EDT

The Indiana Pacers got back on track against two teams well out of the playoff picture.

They'll try to keep up their winning ways against a Milwaukee Bucks team they could wind up seeing when they open the postseason.

Following a pair of blowout victories, the Central Division-leading Pacers look to avoid losing the season series to the Bucks on Friday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

After a stretch of four losses in six games, Indiana (42-26) rebounded with Monday's 21-point win at Cleveland and Tuesday's 95-73 victory over Orlando.

Gerald Green, who hadn't gotten off the bench in 17 of the Pacers' previous 26 games before Monday, totaled 35 points in 43 minutes in the two wins as Frank Vogel gave him a shot to spark the offense.

"I feel like if we continue to play the way we played (Tuesday) then we can be a tough team to beat," point guard George Hill said. "We know the offense will come."

The Pacers are still a work in progress on that end - shooting 41.3 percent or worse in five of their last eight contests - but they're the league's best defensively (41.5 percent) after holding the Magic to 31.8.

The Bucks (34-33) matched a season-low point total the last time these teams met, a 95-80 Indiana home win on Jan. 5 that came after losses in Milwaukee on Nov. 14 and Dec. 18.

These divisional foes could meet in the playoffs for the first time since 2000. Indiana clinched its third straight postseason berth on Wednesday with Philadelphia losing to the Los Angeles Clippers, and it's now focused on clinching the Central and the second seed.

The Bucks, meanwhile, are well in front of the ninth-place 76ers, and have their eyes set on Boston, Chicago and Atlanta. Milwaukee, though, lost ground to the Hawks with Wednesday's 98-90 defeat in Atlanta.

The Bucks trailed by 18 after three quarters before coming as close as four in the final minute.

"When you dig yourself a hole like that, you don't have to play perfectly, but almost," coach Jim Boylan said.

The Bucks certainly need Monta Ellis to be better after he missed 12 of 14 shots on Wednesday and finished with five points. Ellis is averaging 18.7 points against Indiana this season, second on the team to Brandon Jennings' 20.7.

If Milwaukee is without starting forward Ersan Ilyasova (hip) for a third straight game and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (sprained toe) for a seventh, it will need Larry Sanders to continue his strong work down low. The center has grabbed double-digit rebounds in a career-best six consecutive games.

Pacers center Roy Hibbert, who is averaging 11.7 points and 11.0 rebounds this season versus Milwaukee, could have Tyler Hansbrough joining him in the starting frontcourt again if David West misses a third consecutive game with a sprained lower back.

Hansbrough has totaled 32 points and 25 boards in the last two games, his second and third starts of the season.

The Pacers have won three in a row and 12 of 15 with the Bucks in town, but to continue that success they may need Paul George to be better. The All-Star has been held to 12.0 points per game on 34.9 percent shooting against the Bucks this season, turning it over 13 times.

Last Updated: 4/21/2018 7:55:56 PM EST

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