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NBA : ATS Matchup
Monday 1/20/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore




INDIANA (32 - 7) at GOLDEN STATE (26 - 16)
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INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games32-7+1627-1215-2498.146.245.7%
Road Games11-6+3.511-68-996.442.843.5%51.793.945.643.4%47.5
Last 5 Games4-1+2.24-13-2103.851.247.0%55.687.244.039.9%49.0
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)98.146.236-8045.7%7-2036.3%18-2379.1%531021207156
vs opponents surrendering99.849.737-8245.2%8-2236.3%18-2375.4%511122218145
Team Stats (Road Games)96.442.835-8143.5%7-2135.6%19-2380.9%521019208155
Stats Against (All Games)88.244.933-8240.9%6-1732.1%16-2176.7%481017227145
vs opponents averaging9949.537-8344.7%7-2135.5%18-2475.1%511121218145
Stats Against (Road Games)93.945.635-8143.4%6-1835.4%18-2183.1%471020227154

GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-16-3.920-2119-23103.952.346.4%54.599.450.543.5%50.1
Home Games12-5-3.26-109-8105.852.947.1%54.098.947.943.2%49.3
Last 5 Games2-3-6.21-43-2106.254.845.3%48.8107.259.648.0%53.2
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.952.339-8446.4%9-2438.7%16-2273.1%551123228165
vs opponents surrendering10150.438-8445.2%8-2235.7%18-2474.9%521122218145
Team Stats (Home Games)105.852.940-8647.1%9-2439.0%15-2076.2%541125228164
Stats Against (All Games)99.450.537-8443.5%7-2034.8%19-2576.6%501120209155
vs opponents averaging10150.538-8345.4%8-2135.9%18-2475.5%511122218145
Stats Against (Home Games)98.947.936-8443.2%7-2134.4%19-2478.3%491119218155
Average power rating of opponents played: INDIANA 95,  GOLDEN STATE 96.1
INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/18/2013@ MIAMI94-97L4W190.5O32-7343.8%451437-7748.1%4312
12/23/2013@ BROOKLYN103-86W-6.5W196U38-8345.8%541729-7638.2%4218
1/1/2014@ TORONTO82-95L-5.5L190U32-7443.2%472234-7843.6%4917
1/4/2014NEW ORLEANS99-82W-12W192U39-8347.0%511531-6845.6%4417
1/5/2014@ CLEVELAND82-78W-10L181.5U28-7736.4%541327-7934.2%5318
1/8/2014@ ATLANTA87-97L-4L187.5U35-8740.2%551634-7545.3%4210
1/16/2014NEW YORK117-89W-9.5W184O43-8650.0%48534-8540.0%5312
1/18/2014LA CLIPPERS106-92W-9.5W195.5O38-8345.8%521233-8339.8%4712
1/20/2014@ GOLDEN STATE              
1/22/2014@ PHOENIX              
1/24/2014@ SACRAMENTO              
1/25/2014@ DENVER              
1/28/2014@ LA LAKERS              
2/4/2014@ ATLANTA              

GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/15/2013@ PHOENIX102-106L-1L209.5U34-8042.5%572035-7944.3%5412
12/17/2013NEW ORLEANS104-93W-9W207U41-9145.1%661233-8837.5%5410
12/19/2013SAN ANTONIO102-104L-7L202.5O42-9046.7%572440-8944.9%4719
12/21/2013LA LAKERS102-83W-13.5W208U38-9838.8%681626-8032.5%5724
12/23/2013@ DENVER89-81W-1.5W208.5U36-8442.9%551531-8138.3%5617
12/25/2013LA CLIPPERS105-103W-3.5L207O40-9542.1%581340-8149.4%4913
12/29/2013@ CLEVELAND108-104W-7L206O42-9544.2%601738-9241.3%5515
12/31/2013@ ORLANDO94-81W-6W202U41-8548.2%641734-8938.2%449
1/2/2014@ MIAMI123-114W5W205.5O46-8256.1%471840-7851.3%3515
1/3/2014@ ATLANTA101-100W-3L209U39-8744.8%582137-8046.2%4419
1/5/2014@ WASHINGTON112-96W-3W200.5O43-8550.6%521237-8643.0%4213
1/7/2014@ MILWAUKEE101-80W-10W200.5U39-8446.4%651731-8038.7%4112
1/8/2014@ BROOKLYN98-102L-6L197.5O36-7846.2%471834-7744.2%5015
1/17/2014@ OKLAHOMA CITY121-127L-1.5L208O43-8252.4%451747-8158.0%5217
1/18/2014@ NEW ORLEANS97-87W-4.5W205U37-8444.0%50832-8338.6%5713
1/30/2014LA CLIPPERS              
1/31/2014@ UTAH              
INDIANA: GUARDS: GEORGE HILL is less of a creator and more of a game-manager/scorer, which fits fine in this starting five . . . LANCE STEPHENSON continues to be an enigma. His speed pushing the ball in transition is an asset, but his terrible shooting and bizarre decision-making often makes him a liability in the half court . . . C.J. WATSON has proven to be a capable second-unit point guard, but he's on his third team in three years because he's managed to give away two playoff games with monumentally bad moments . . . ORLANDO JOHNSON is unlikely to see meaningful minutes, but his role should grow slightly now that Gerald Green is gone. FORWARDS: This is PAUL GEORGE'S team. Once a do-it-all role player, he's now polished enough to create his own offense . . . As expected, DAVID WEST bounced back in his second season off a torn ACL. He's still deadly as a mid-range shooter, a savvy passer and a strong rebounder . . . LUIS SCOLA slides into Tyler Hansbrough's old role as a second-unit banger, and insurance for West and Roy Hibbert . . . DANNY GRANGER is in no-man's land. He's not better than Paul George, and probably no longer an upgrade over Lance Stephenson. His best asset may be his expiring deal . . . CHRIS COPELAND can't defend, but gives the Pacers a three-point threat . . . SOLOMON HILL doesn't figure to contribute this season. CENTERS: ROY HIBBERT proved capable of handling more minutes last season, but Indy will likely still be cautious with their asthmatic 7-foot-2 center during the regular season . . . IAN MAHINMI is back to give his six fouls and move some bodies out of the paint.
GOLDEN STATE: GUARDS: STEPHEN CURRY is not only the NBA's best shooter, but he has also become a great passer. Durability is the only question about him now . . . KLAY THOMPSON should take advantage of the many open looks he'll get playing alongside Curry and Andre Iguodala . . . The Warriors lost Jarrett Jack and brought in TONEY DOUGLAS. While Douglas got his career on track in Houston last year, he'll strictly be a second-unit guy as Iguodala erases the need for a second point guard . . . NEMANJA NEDOVIC is looking at a redshirt year, especially after an injury-filled summer. The Serbian combo guard should overtake Douglas eventually . . . There are few things in the world better than KENT BAZEMORE celebrating a Curry three. FORWARDS: ANDRE IGUODALA is a perfect fit in Oakland, where he can play point forward and set up the Warriors' many shooters. He's also a crafty cutter who should do some sweet things alongside Stephen Curry . . . DAVID LEE draws attention away from their shooters, which ensures him a significant role. But he kills this team with his awful defense . . . HARRISON BARNES may come off the bench more often, but the Warriors will frequently go small with Barnes stretching to the four, especially after Barnes' impressive postseason showing . . . MARREESE SPEIGHTS steps into Carl Landry's role as a low-post scorer off the bench . . . DRAYMOND GREEN had some trouble as a rookie. He'll have to play his way into this rotation. CENTERS:ANDREW BOGUT is injury-prone and will continue to be an afterthought on offense. They'll have to rest him often during the regular season . . . Between Bogut and JERMAINE O'NEAL, they're hoping at least one of them will be healthy at all times to protect the rim . . . FESTUS EZELI had major knee surgery and is unlikely to return in time for the Feats of Strength or the Airing of Grievances.
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*Pacers-Warriors Preview* =========================


Indiana (32-7) at Golden State (26-16), 10:30 p.m. EDT

Considering their recent margins of victory, referring to the Indiana Pacers' last four games as a winning streak might be a bit of an understatement.

The Pacers now bring their imposing act on the road Monday night when they open a five-game trip against the Golden State Warriors, who play nine of their next 11 at home.

Indiana (32-7) completed a 4-0 homestand with an average winning margin of 23.2 points, the closest among them Saturday's 106-92 win over the Los Angeles Clippers.

"It's just guys rising up to the occasion and stepping up," coach Frank Vogel said. "Lance (Stephenson) and Paul (George), they can do a lot of things."

George had his best shooting night of the season, scoring 36 points on 12 of 17 from the field and 5 of 6 from 3-point range. He's averaging 30.7 in his last three games. Stephenson added 22 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists for the Pacers, who are 9-0 when he records at least a double-double.

"I feel like every game is a good one for us," Stephenson said. "We're playing together, we're playing smart and we don't care who scores. We're just playing within the flow of the game."

Indiana maintained its double-digit lead in the second half despite losing starting power forward David West to ejection at halftime. Danny Granger took on an expanded role and scored 12 points off the bench.

The Pacers have averaged 113.0 points over their last three games.

"We are becoming an offensive juggernaut," Granger said. "At times, we struggled with our offensive efficiency but when we move the ball and pass the way we do and cut the way we do, it's hard to stop us."

Indiana has also won four straight against the Western Conference. The Pacers are 10-2 overall against the West, an .833 winning percentage that ties Miami for the NBA's best.

Things haven't come quite as easily on the road, where the Pacers have lost four of six. They've also lost five of their last six at Golden State.

The Warriors (26-16), who are 3-0 at home and 10-2 overall against the East, snapped a two-game skid with a 97-87 win at New Orleans on Saturday.

Stephen Curry scored a team-high 28 points and is averaging 29.7 in his last three, but it was defense that he noted as the difference.

The Warriors held the Pelicans to 38.6 percent shooting while Andrew Bogut (10 points, 15 rebounds, five blocks) and David Lee (22 points, eight rebounds, two blocks) made things difficult in the paint, leading the team to match a season high with 11 blocks.

"We forced them into tough jump shots and even when they got into the paint, you've got your rim protectors - plural," Curry said. "When you get a couple blocks, they think about it the next time they come into the paint."

Golden State had allowed 118.5 points in its previous two games. The team is 19-2 when holding opponents to 100 or fewer, a key thing to strive for against a Pacers squad that is 12-1 when reaching the century mark.

The teams split two games last season with the home team winning each. West averaged 25.5 points in those two games, while Curry scored 38 in the most recent meeting, a 108-97 loss at Indiana on Feb. 26, 2013.

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