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NBA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 3/30/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




PORTLAND (33 - 39) at GOLDEN STATE (41 - 32)
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PORTLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games33-39-1.533-3638-3298.147.644.9%49.299.850.146.9%49.8
Road Games11-26-3.615-2117-1895.847.044.2%48.7101.550.548.0%49.9
Last 5 Games2-3+0.72-32-394.847.445.9%48.0100.246.647.8%51.6
PORTLAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)98.147.637-8244.9%8-2335.7%16-2177.6%491122197145
vs opponents surrendering98.249.337-8245.3%7-2036.0%17-2275.4%501122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)95.847.036-8244.2%9-2436.0%14-1976.8%491121187145
Stats Against (All Games)99.850.139-8346.9%6-1833.6%15-2075.5%501124198134
vs opponents averaging98.449.537-8245.3%7-2035.7%17-2375.2%501122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)101.550.540-8448.0%7-1936.9%14-1975.0%501125188125

GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games41-32+836-3641-31100.550.945.5%51.9100.250.343.7%51.9
Home Games24-11+419-1618-16101.251.246.3%52.897.448.242.3%51.8
Last 5 Games3-2-23-21-498.851.447.2%
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)100.550.938-8345.5%8-2039.9%17-2179.1%521122217154
vs opponents surrendering98.349.437-8245.3%7-2036.1%17-2275.4%501122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)101.251.238-8246.3%8-2040.3%17-2278.3%531024217154
Stats Against (All Games)100.250.337-8543.7%8-2334.1%18-2474.2%521123198135
vs opponents averaging98.649.637-8245.4%7-2035.7%17-2375.1%501122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)97.448.236-8642.3%8-2432.4%17-2373.3%521224209134
Average power rating of opponents played: PORTLAND 96,  GOLDEN STATE 96.2
PORTLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/22/2013@ LA LAKERS107-111L9W203.5O46-9448.9%531440-8547.1%5416
3/6/2013@ MEMPHIS85-91L7.5W187U31-7640.8%50938-8743.7%629
3/8/2013@ SAN ANTONIO136-106W11.5W201.5O53-8661.6%481044-8452.4%3212
3/10/2013@ NEW ORLEANS96-98L-3.5L195U37-7648.7%381140-8646.5%5013
3/14/2013NEW YORK105-90W-7W194.5O40-7851.3%491436-8243.9%4712
3/18/2013@ PHILADELPHIA100-101L1T194.5O38-9042.2%511343-8650.0%4913
3/19/2013@ MILWAUKEE95-102L5.5L207.5U36-8343.4%481742-8748.3%5111
3/21/2013@ CHICAGO99-89W6W189U41-8448.8%541439-8943.8%468
3/22/2013@ ATLANTA104-93W7.5W201.5U41-8747.1%53937-8344.6%4711
3/24/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY83-103L11L207U32-7940.5%421743-8252.4%5310
3/30/2013@ GOLDEN STATE              
4/1/2013@ UTAH              
4/10/2013LA LAKERS              
4/12/2013OKLAHOMA CITY              
4/14/2013@ DENVER              

GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/19/2013@ UTAH101-115L3.5L203O39-8347.0%491339-7850.0%4611
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
3/11/2013NEW YORK92-63W-2.5W202U32-7841.0%671420-7327.4%4913
3/17/2013@ HOUSTON108-78W7W217.5U44-9645.8%591028-8632.6%5615
3/18/2013@ NEW ORLEANS93-72W-3.5W196U35-7050.0%461628-8333.7%4613
3/20/2013@ SAN ANTONIO93-104L8L203U37-8444.0%501641-8548.2%4412
3/25/2013LA LAKERS109-103W-1W205.5O43-9047.8%591136-9139.6%609
4/3/2013NEW ORLEANS              
4/5/2013@ PHOENIX              
4/11/2013OKLAHOMA CITY              
4/12/2013@ LA LAKERS              
4/15/2013SAN ANTONIO              
PORTLAND: GUARDS: Portland will turn point guard duties over to rookie DAMIAN LILLARD. The leap from Big Sky Conference to NBA will be a big one, but Lillard is an efficient scorer who can manage the offense . . . WESLEY MATTHEWS is more of a glue guy. He can't create his own offense, but he can heat up as a streaky catch-and-shoot guy . . . RONNIE PRICE should emerge as Lillard's top backup, a role he's filled at numerous stops . . . Second-rounder WILL BARTON could emerge as a rotation player. He's a versatile wing who must prove he can play off the ball . . . SASHA PAVLOVIC will play both the two and three, and can still stroke it from long distance . . . NOLAN SMITH, a misstep of the last regime, is a fringe roster player . . . ELLIOT WILLIAMS, a defensive-minded combo guard, tore his Achilles in mid-September and expects to miss the entire season. FORWARDS: LaMARCUS ALDRIDGE had a couple of health scares over the past six months, but he should enter the season 100 percent. He's clearly Portland's best player . . . NICOLAS BATUM felt rightly disrespected by his secondary role in Portland. All signs point to a bigger role in 2012-13 . . . VICTOR CLAVER is an athletic scrapper who won't do much offensively even if he does get big minutes . . . JOEL FREELAND could become their first big man off the bench . . . JARED JEFFRIES is still relevant as a defensive specialist . . . The highlight of LUKE BABBITT's career might be that mention on Onion:Sportsdome. CENTERS: J.J. HICKSON is a black hole on offense and a liability on defense, but he can score and rebound, which is good enough to be the starting center in Portland's weak frontcourt . . . MEYERS LEONARD might not be quite ready for 30-plus minutes, but he'll have to learn on the fly due to Portland's lack of veteran bigs. He has some long-term upside as a 7-footer with some nice athleticism and touch inside 10 feet.
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.
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*Trail Blazers-Warriors Preview* ================================


Portland (33-39) at Golden State (41-32), 10:30 p.m. EDT

The Golden State Warriors blew an opportunity in their last game to distance themselves from teams battling for playoff seeding in the Western Conference - despite facing a club far removed from postseason contention.

They'll hope to not make the same mistake again on Saturday night when they host the Portland Trail Blazers, who appear to have all but removed themselves from the race with three consecutive losses.

The Warriors (41-32) currently own the sixth seed in the West by 1 1/2 games over Houston, but failed to increase that margin with Wednesday's 105-98 loss to Sacramento, now 27-46.

Golden State had won six of eight before the disappointing result against a team with much less to play for.

"There's no excuse for it, especially at this point in the season," Andrew Bogut said. "No disrespect to Sacramento, but we're playing for more than April 17."

The Warriors will hope to get their backcourt on track after Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson struggled against the Kings, going 6 of 31 from the floor.

As good as Curry has been - seventh in the league in scoring with 22.4 points per game and third in 3-point shooting at 45.2 percent - Thompson's performances have more accurately predicted Golden State's success this season.

Thompson is averaging 13.9 points on 37.3 percent shooting - including a 33.2 percent mark from beyond the arc - in the team's 32 losses. In 41 wins, he's scoring 18.2 per game while shooting 44.9 percent and 44.3 percent from 3-point range.

He scored just four points on 1-of-13 shooting on Wednesday and is 24 of 70 (34.3 percent) over his last five games.

"One thing with Klay, he was holding his head down a little bit," coach Mark Jackson told the league's official website. "He's a shooter. Those are shots I'll take and I don't care what anybody says. That was not the reason we lost this game."

For Portland (33-39), leading scorer LaMarcus Aldridge (21.0 ppg) won't travel with the team after spraining his right ankle on Wednesday. He was unavailable in Friday's home game against Utah, and it proved costly in a 105-95 loss, the Blazers' third straight, pushing them 3 1/2 games behind the Lakers for the conference's final playoff spot.

Meyers Leonard made the third start of his rookie season, finishing with 12 points in place of Aldridge.

"We're still playing to make the playoffs," said J.J. Hickson, who had 17 points and 14 rebounds Friday. "I know our window is definitely smaller at this point, but as long as we've got a chance, we're going to keep playing hard and we're going to play with integrity."

Rookie sensation Damian Lillard will try to follow up a spectacular performance in his hometown of Oakland in the teams' first meeting on Jan. 11, when he scored a season-high 37 points, though the Warriors managed a 103-97 victory.

Aldridge's absence could also be a major factor on the defensive end for Portland. The Blazers already struggle to stop teams inside, allowing a league-worst 46.8 points in the paint per game, while Golden State is coming off a season-high 68 points in the paint against Sacramento.

David Lee had 20 points and 10 rebounds, his league-leading 27th game with at least those numbers.

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