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NBA : ATS Matchup
Sunday 12/8/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




BOSTON (9 - 12) at NEW YORK (5 - 13)
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Sunday, 12/8/2013 12:05 PM
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802NEW YORK-6-5.5
BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-12-1.112-98-1394.348.945.0%48.696.948.145.1%50.9
Road Games4-707-42-990.546.142.6%49.396.250.646.1%51.9
Last 5 Games3-2+1.23-23-299.048.846.9%
Division Games0-1-11-00-
BOSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.348.937-8145.0%6-1834.0%15-2076.3%491118217155
vs opponents surrendering98.248.837-8244.9%7-2136.1%17-2275.7%511121218155
Team Stats (Road Games)90.546.135-8242.6%5-1730.2%15-1979.0%491117228165
Stats Against (All Games)96.948.136-8145.1%5-1632.9%19-2476.2%511220198155
vs opponents averaging97.348.136-8244.5%7-2035.6%17-2374.9%511121208155
Stats Against (Road Games)96.250.637-8046.1%6-1732.8%17-2470.7%521121198155

NEW YORK - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games5-13-136-129-995.548.443.4%47.397.349.345.2%51.3
Home Games2-7-10.51-87-298.750.343.3%48.2102.451.346.5%49.9
Last 5 Games2-3-1.23-23-2101.649.646.8%46.491.848.243.8%48.0
Division Games1-0+11-01-0113.050.057.1%
NEW YORK Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)95.548.436-8443.4%9-2635.1%14-1877.2%471120238125
vs opponents surrendering98.248.937-8344.6%8-2136.6%17-2275.1%511121218155
Team Stats (Home Games)98.750.337-8443.3%9-2733.6%16-2081.3%481219248145
Stats Against (All Games)97.349.334-7545.2%8-2233.8%21-2778.5%51919196144
vs opponents averaging99.249.637-8344.8%7-2135.8%18-2474.3%521122208155
Stats Against (Home Games)102.451.335-7646.5%9-2437.6%23-2979.4%50919198154
Average power rating of opponents played: BOSTON 94.8,  NEW YORK 94.2
BOSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/30/2013@ TORONTO87-93L8W190U32-6648.5%412238-8644.2%6117
11/3/2013@ DETROIT77-87L9L193U31-7441.9%432334-7644.7%5421
11/4/2013@ MEMPHIS88-95L12W185.5U33-7047.1%401736-7448.6%4218
11/8/2013@ ORLANDO91-89W5.5W190.5U34-9535.8%581133-8339.8%6820
11/9/2013@ MIAMI111-110W13.5W193.5O46-8951.7%491241-7157.7%3810
11/16/2013@ MINNESOTA88-106L10L202.5U34-8639.5%582140-9442.6%5413
11/19/2013@ HOUSTON85-109L10.5L205.5U32-9932.3%531241-7256.9%5719
11/20/2013@ SAN ANTONIO93-104L14.5W193O39-8645.3%491739-8148.1%4711
11/23/2013@ ATLANTA94-87W9W194.5U33-7245.8%601736-9338.7%458
11/25/2013@ CHARLOTTE96-86W3W185.5U35-8043.7%461133-7444.6%4716
11/30/2013@ MILWAUKEE85-92L-2.5L185.5U35-8441.7%451036-7846.2%5813
12/8/2013@ NEW YORK              
12/10/2013@ BROOKLYN              
12/11/2013LA CLIPPERS              
12/13/2013NEW YORK              
12/22/2013@ INDIANA              

NEW YORK - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/31/2013@ CHICAGO81-82L7.5W188U31-8636.0%531531-7640.8%5318
11/8/2013@ CHARLOTTE101-91W-3.5W190.5O42-9046.7%471231-7640.8%5514
11/10/2013SAN ANTONIO89-120L3L196.5O31-8237.8%411041-7653.9%5713
11/13/2013@ ATLANTA95-91W4W201U37-8842.0%42335-7745.5%6015
11/19/2013@ DETROIT86-92L4L199U33-7643.4%461335-7050.0%4215
11/23/2013@ WASHINGTON89-98L2L192.5U36-8243.9%48937-7648.7%5112
11/25/2013@ PORTLAND91-102L7L195.5U38-8544.7%50937-8444.0%528
11/27/2013@ LA CLIPPERS80-93L9L204U32-8338.6%451432-7443.2%5813
11/29/2013@ DENVER95-97L8W202U34-8341.0%471031-7143.7%5414
12/1/2013NEW ORLEANS99-103L-1.5L198O34-7644.7%471738-7749.4%4312
12/5/2013@ BROOKLYN113-83W-1.5W189.5O44-7757.1%391229-7339.7%5016
12/10/2013@ CLEVELAND              
12/13/2013@ BOSTON              
12/18/2013@ MILWAUKEE              
12/23/2013@ ORLANDO              
BOSTON: GUARDS: RAJON RONDO is the last man standing in Boston. Coming off a torn ACL and with a weakened supporting cast, it's going to be a long year . . . AVERY BRADLEY is the favorite to start alongside Rondo. He's still lost on offense, but his defense will be much needed . . . COURTNEY LEE continues to tease with flashes of talent, but hasn't shown consistency and is no longer 'young' . . . JORDAN CRAWFORD will hoist a lot of shots . . . MARSHON BROOKS fell out of favor in Brooklyn and is just hanging on to an NBA roster spot . . . KEITH BOGANS is in Boston because a new deal made the numbers work on the Nets trade . . . Local product PHIL PRESSEY, an undersized point guard, will try to stick as a back-up. FORWARDS: Suddenly, JEFF GREEN is Boston's first option on offense. He showed an ability to score with 20.1 PPG over 17 starts last season, but he'll be in for a whole new world of attention as the only legitimate scorer on this team . . . BRANDON BASS should continue to hold down the power forward spot, and he'll get to take more shots with the team rebuilding . . . Durability is a major issue for JARED SULLINGER, but he has a chance to play big minutes for a team in need of his offensive skill set . . . A washed-up vet with arguably the worst contract in the NBA, GERALD WALLACE is of little use to the Celtics (or any other team) . . . KRIS HUMPHRIES is also dead weight, but is a more enticing trade chip due to an expiring contract. CENTERS: Rookie KELLY OLYNYK is going to get pushed around, but he has some rare shooting and ball-handling skills for a 7-footer. Boston has little to lose by letting him learn on the job . . . VITOR FAVERANI is a tough-nosed Euro import who gives them insurance behind Olynyk.
NEW YORK: GUARDS: RAYMOND FELTON is still the best the Knicks can do at point guard. With his shortcomings in the half court, head coach Mike Woodson's desire to go up-tempo should play to Felton's skill set a little bit better . . . IMAN SHUMPERT should be ready for a slightly bigger role. He's their best perimeter defender and a good enough spot-up shooter to play off Carmelo Anthony . . . J.R. SMITH's offseason knee surgery is a bit of a concern, as is the fact that he's no longer in a contract year. Still, the reigning Sixth Man of the Year should light it up on many nights . . . PABLO PRIGIONI will be Felton's primary back-up. He disappears at times, but can at least knock down threes . . . BENO UDRIH will provide quality backup minutes after another solid year seeing big minutes in Orlando'TIM HARDAWAY JR. is likely looking at a redshirt year in 2013-14. FORWARDS: Last year was CARMELO ANTHONY's dream offense, with lots of isolation plays. With his improved three-point shot, Melo should make a run at a second-straight scoring title . . . ANDREA BARGNANI might start by default, but he's more suited to a part-time role as a one-dimensional floor spacer . . . Expect to see a lot of lineups with either Anthony or METTA WORLD PEACE at the four. MWP is still good enough defensively to justify his erratic shot selection . . . AMAR'E STOUDEMIRE will likely be limited to a part-time role due to injuries. He'll try to re-invent himself as a second-unit scorer . . . KENYON MARTIN will be counted on to play some four and five off the bench . . . Athletic rookie C.J. LESLIE is ticketed for the D-League. CENTERS: TYSON CHANDLER will be relied on heavily on the glass for what could be the weakest rebounding team in the NBA. The Knicks would like to keep his regular-season minutes down, but they may be forced to play him a lot if they're going to get home court in a first-round playoff series . . . The Knicks will try to develop JEREMY TYLER into a useful No. 2 center.
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*Celtics-Knicks Preview* ========================


Boston (9-12) at New York (5-13), 12:00 p.m. EDT

Win consecutive games after dropping nine straight and your season has renewed optimism. Win five of seven after a six-game skid and you're in first place.

Welcome to the Atlantic Division.

Those have been the respective cases for the New York Knicks and Boston Celtics, who each go for their third straight win Sunday at Madison Square Garden in a matchup of teams within the NBA's weakest division.

The Celtics (9-12) find themselves atop the Atlantic despite already experiencing losing streaks of four and six games in the first month of the season.

"We're at the top of the division," forward Kris Humphries said. "That's all that's important."

The Knicks (5-13) have won back-to-back games for the first time after opening 3-13, yet find themselves only 2 1/2 games out of the division lead. Their 121-83 home win over Orlando on Friday was the NBA's second most lopsided result of the season.

New York is coming off its two best games of 2013-14, shooting a combined 55.0 percent against the Nets and Magic to win by an average of 34.0 points. The Knicks crossed the bridge to Brooklyn for Thursday's game shooting 42.1 percent and riding a nine-game slide.

"I knew it was going to eventually happen. I'm glad that it did," Knicks point guard Raymond Felton said. "It was a good night to happen in Brooklyn, then we came back tonight and showed it wasn't a fluke. That's what a lot of people were trying to say. We came out tonight to really prove that."

Without Amare Stoudemire, who isn't playing back-to-back nights following offseason knee surgery, the Knicks had seven players score in double figures against the Magic.

Carmelo Anthony's 20 points and 11 rebounds led the way. Anthony had 19 against the Nets and is averaging 22.2 in wins while putting up 26.8 in losses. He totaled 22 shots in the last two games after averaging 22.2 through the first 16. He's shooting 49.4 percent in victories and 41.8 percent in losses.

"I wanted to try to do something a little different to see if it worked," Anthony said. "Me scoring 30 wasn't working."

New York's outside shooting, however, is working with a 33-for-61 mark in the two wins.

Boston's recent victories have been more modest, though the Celtics seem to have found some consistency in bouncing back from a 4-10 start.

Friday's 106-98 home win over Denver was led by guards Jordan Crawford (22 points, eight assists) and Avery Bradley (18 points). Crawford is shooting 63.0 percent and averaging 23.5 points in the Celtics' consecutive wins.

Humphries contributed 18 points off the bench against Denver. He's seen increased minutes with Kelly Olynyk out with a sprained ankle, though Friday's output doubled his previous season-high scoring night.

"I have a lot of faith in Kris, I have a lot of faith in Kelly, I've got a lot of faith in all five bigs," Boston coach Brad Stevens told the team's official website.

"We talked about that before, but the bottom line is I guess when you look across the league it seems like every team we play has one of their bigs out. So to have five of them that all really, really compliment each other, that gives you the flexibility of four being available on a given night."

Olynyk will be sidelined for an eighth straight game, while New York has played without center Tyson Chandler since Nov. 8 due to a fractured right fibula.

The teams are meeting for the first time since the Knicks beat the Celtics in six games last season in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals. They've also won three straight regular-season contests against them.

Last Updated: 5/26/2018 3:23:12 AM EST

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