Login  | Free Registration
Sunday, 7/1/2018
Overton's 400 - FoxSheet

You are viewing a condensed version of this FoxSheet. Login as a FoxSheets Subscriber to view the full sheet.
Not a member? Subscribe today and start taking advantage of our premium information, including the Game Estimator™, the Super Situations ™, the Power Trends ™, and many more features.
NBA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 11/2/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




TORONTO (1 - 1) at MILWAUKEE (1 - 1)
View Previous GameView Next Game
Saturday, 11/2/2013 8:35 PM
Board OpenLatest
TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games1-100-21-
Road Games0-1-10-11-
Last 5 Games1-100-21-
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.044.039-8744.8%6-2030.0%10-1854.1%571415257146
vs opponents surrendering102.84739-8446.9%7-2036.7%17-2471.6%511320248145
Team Stats (Road Games)95.039.040-8845.5%7-2330.4%8-1457.1%541015255126
Stats Against (All Games)94.543.034-7147.6%6-1836.1%20-3066.7%46719198175
vs opponents averaging995135-7447.1%6-1932.9%23-3369.9%499202210176
Stats Against (Road Games)102.049.036-7746.8%10-2343.5%20-3164.5%52724127133

MILWAUKEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games1-1+0.22-01-
Home Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
Last 5 Games1-1+0.22-01-
MILWAUKEE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.039.034-7943.7%5-1535.5%19-2384.8%4111182310155
vs opponents surrendering90.842.534-8043.1%5-1629.7%17-2277.3%491418228165
Team Stats (Home Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
Stats Against (All Games)94.059.535-7347.6%3-1424.1%20-2774.5%521215228196
vs opponents averaging8948.533-7544.5%5-1628.8%18-2472.4%5011162410197
Stats Against (Home Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
Average power rating of opponents played: TORONTO 93.5,  MILWAUKEE 97.5
TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/1/2013@ ATLANTA95-102L3.5L195O40-8845.5%541236-7746.8%5213
11/2/2013@ MILWAUKEE              
11/6/2013@ CHARLOTTE              
11/8/2013@ INDIANA              
11/11/2013@ HOUSTON              
11/13/2013@ MEMPHIS              

MILWAUKEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/30/2013@ NEW YORK83-90L8W196.5U34-7445.9%392336-7150.7%4022
11/1/2013@ BOSTON105-98W2.5W185.5O35-8441.7%44734-7644.7%6417
11/12/2013@ MIAMI              
11/13/2013@ ORLANDO              
11/15/2013@ INDIANA              
11/16/2013OKLAHOMA CITY              
TORONTO: GUARDS: KYLE LOWRY was banged up last season, but he enters this year healthy and has the potential to be one of the league's best two-way point guards . . . DEMAR DEROZAN does a nice job attacking, but he's a flawed player unless he develops a jump shot . . . The Raptors want TERRENCE ROSS to attack the basket more often. But whether he develops a three-point shot could determine where he fits into this rotation . . . After a disastrous season in Indiana, D.J. AUGUSTIN will have to earn his rotation spot. Toronto could use his shooting, though . . . DWIGHT BUYCKS comes back from Europe to back up Lowry . . . Versatile JULYAN STONE is an interesting bit piece, as he reunites with GM Masai Ujiri, who brought him to Denver. FORWARDS: Despite all that talent, RUDY GAY's poor shot selection and disinterested defense will have him on the trading block . . . AMIR JOHNSON will get another chance at full-time minutes. Despite some inconsistency, he still has the upside to be a good rebounder and shot-blocker . . . TYLER HANSBROUGH brings toughness and a decent mid-range jumper. He's a second-unit talent, but could challenge Johnson for minutes . . . LANDRY FIELDS is a well-compensated reserve . . . STEVE NOVAK gives them a legitimate shooter among the second unit . . . Toronto will try to shake some of that upside out of AUSTIN DAYE . . . QUINCY ACY will move to the three, likely making this a redshirt year. CENTERS: JONAS VALANCIUNAS is set to become Toronto's new centerpiece. Talented enough for them to run the offense through him, he's rapidly improving on both ends of the court . . . AARON GRAY will stick around as a decent back-up, a 7-footer who can get in the way defensively.
MILWAUKEE: GUARDS: BRANDON KNIGHT slides into Brandon Jennings' point guard slot, but he's a much different player. Knight hasn't proven capable of running the point, and may eventually settle in as an undersized shooter . . . O.J. MAYO will be the focal point of this offense. He should build on his career-best year in Dallas . . . GARY NEAL will give them some instant offense as a sixth man . . . LUKE RIDNOUR provides Knight insurance, and the ability to play either guard spot. He should fit nicely alongside Mayo for stretches . . . KHRIS MIDDLETON could crack the rotation as a capable defender with upside as a shooter . . . Second-rounder NATE WOLTERS must knock down jumpers if he's going to get off the bench. FORWARDS: ERSAN ILYASOVA will once again have to earn his starter's minutes, as the Bucks have loaded up on quality frontcourt depth. He provides more offense than anyone else on the front line . . . CARON BUTLER should start at small forward for this team after freeing himself before ever having to play in Phoenix . . . CARLOS DELFINO will play a key role scoring off the bench. He's a streaky long-range gunner, but defends well enough to stay on the court . . . JOHN HENSON is on the verge of a breakout as an elite rebounder and shot-blocker. He's still a bit behind offensively, which could hold him back in a crowded post rotation . . . GIANNIS ANTETOKOUNMPO was the most intriguing project in a weak draft, but the teenager is nowhere near ready for NBA action. He'll likely see time in the D-League until the second half of the season. CENTERS: We've loved LARRY SANDERS for years, and last year showed why. He's a Defensive POY candidate with a budding offensive game . . . ZAZA PACHULIA reunites with head coach Larry Drew as muscle off the bench . . . EKPE UDOH is likely on the outside looking in for this rotation.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO BASKETBALL PREVIEW (TORONTO-MILWAUKEE) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Raptors-Bucks Preview* =======================


Toronto (1-0) at Milwaukee (0-1), 8:30 p.m. EDT

With a revamped backcourt, the Milwaukee Bucks entered the season uncertain of where they'd get their offense.

Slow starts and injuries aren't making things much clearer, but the results haven't been all bad as they enter their home opener Saturday night against the Toronto Raptors, a team they've beaten in 10 straight.

The Bucks (1-1) were slow out of the gate in Friday's 105-98 win at Boston, scoring 16 first-quarter points before rallying from a 22-point second-half deficit.

It came two nights after opening the season with a 31-point first half in a 90-83 loss to New York in which they momentarily overcame a 25-point hole.

"We have to figure this out, getting off to such a bad start," first-year Bucks coach Larry Drew said. "I've got to get my finger on it. Two straight games where we just got off to bad starts. It hasn't been great execution. We're just putting too much pressure on ourselves defensively."

With Monta Ellis signing with Dallas and Brandon Jennings traded to Detroit, the Bucks expect Luke Ridnour, Brandon Knight and O.J. Mayo to carry the backcourt load.

But Ridnour has missed both games with a sore back and Knight was out Friday with a strained right hamstring he suffered early in Wednesday's game.

Mayo played 22:46 and scored eight points on 2-of-9 shooting. Gary Neal moved into the starting lineup as the other guard and scored 14 after managing 16 off the bench against the Knicks.

A reserve has led the Bucks in scoring in each game. Zaza Pachulia scored a game-high 20 and grabbed nine rebounds against the Celtics while going 10 for 10 from the free-throw line.

No Bucks player logged 30 minutes while their bench accounted for 66 points two nights after scoring 54.

The Raptors (1-1) lost 102-95 Friday at Atlanta and missed out on their bid to start 2-0 for the first time since 2008-09.

DeMar DeRozan scored 31 on 14-of-23 shooting after going 6 of 19 for 13 points in the opener against the Celtics.

He scored 23 in the second half to help the Raptors cut an 18-point second-half deficit to six in the closing minutes.

"DeMar came in the second half and did a great job," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said.

Fellow guard Kyle Lowry rounded out an efficient backcourt night for the Raptors with 16 points on 5-of-7 shooting and 3 of 5 from 3-point range despite working through a finger injury sustained in a preseason game Oct. 23 that is requiring a splint.

Small forward Rudy Gay suffered through a 6-of-23 shooting night and finished with 14 points.

In contrast to the Bucks' bench contributions, the Raptors got 15 points out of their reserves and have been outscored 52-36 in their first two.

They outrebounded the Celtics and Hawks by a 90-70 margin while the Bucks have been outrebounded 86-72.

The Bucks went 3-0 against the Raptors last season, including a 100-83 home win in the last meeting April 6, 2013. They held DeRozan to 35.2 percent from the floor in the three meetings.

Toronto's last win in the series was a 101-96 victory Jan. 22, 2010.

Last Updated: 6/25/2018 2:54:03 PM EST

You are viewing a condensed version of this FoxSheet. Login as a FoxSheets Subscriber to view the full sheet.
Not a member? Subscribe today and start taking advantage of our premium information, including the Game Estimator™, the Super Situations ™, the Power Trends ™, and many more features.