Login  | Free Registration
Sunday, 4/29/2018
GEICO 500 - 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 2/1/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore




SACRAMENTO (15 - 31) at SAN ANTONIO (33 - 13)
View Previous GameView Next Game
Saturday, 2/1/2014 8:35 PM
Board OpenLatest
518SAN ANTONIO-10.5-10.5
SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-31-13.421-2424-21101.950.545.0%51.9104.853.346.9%50.8
Road Games6-15-2.311-911-9100.750.944.7%51.1106.754.548.0%51.9
Last 5 Games0-5-53-22-2103.852.845.5%53.2110.653.447.2%49.8
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)101.950.538-8445.0%7-2034.5%20-2577.2%521220237144
vs opponents surrendering100.550.438-8445.0%7-2135.3%18-2375.5%511121218145
Team Stats (Road Games)100.750.938-8444.7%6-1934.2%19-2576.0%511220238134
Stats Against (All Games)104.853.339-8246.9%8-2237.5%19-2672.9%511023228146
vs opponents averaging101.750.838-8345.7%8-2236.1%18-2475.2%521122218145
Stats Against (Road Games)106.754.539-8248.0%9-2238.8%19-2771.1%521123228136

SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games33-13-0.322-2426-20104.051.949.2%48.996.846.044.5%49.0
Home Games17-8-11.310-1515-10104.551.849.8%
Last 5 Games1-4-7.21-42-397.448.048.2%43.699.245.247.8%50.2
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)104.051.940-8249.2%8-2040.2%15-1976.9%49925188145
vs opponents surrendering100.350.237-8345.1%8-2135.5%18-2475.3%511122218145
Team Stats (Home Games)104.551.841-8249.8%9-2142.4%14-1976.7%48826177145
Stats Against (All Games)96.846.038-8544.5%7-1837.1%15-1975.5%491120198145
vs opponents averaging100.850.338-8345.3%8-2236.0%18-2475.8%511122218145
Stats Against (Home Games)98.145.939-8645.0%7-1839.4%14-1876.1%491121198134
Average power rating of opponents played: SACRAMENTO 96.1,  SAN ANTONIO 96.3
SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/23/2013NEW ORLEANS100-113L0L209.5O31-7441.9%502241-8349.4%5016
12/29/2013@ SAN ANTONIO104-112L11.5W209.5O41-9145.1%56744-9446.8%524
12/31/2013@ HOUSTON110-106W10W215.5O42-8549.4%461339-8148.1%5516
1/14/2014@ INDIANA92-116L10.5L195.5O39-9242.4%501545-8254.9%5213
1/15/2014@ MINNESOTA111-108W9.5W217.5O45-8254.9%511939-8844.3%4512
1/17/2014@ MEMPHIS90-91L5.5W197.5U33-8140.7%541436-7846.2%4510
1/19/2014@ OKLAHOMA CITY93-108L8.5L213.5U33-7742.9%542039-8645.3%5216
1/21/2014@ NEW ORLEANS114-97W-1.5W205.5O42-8251.2%531233-6947.8%4514
1/22/2014@ HOUSTON98-119L9.5L218.5U34-8639.5%571343-9047.8%6910
1/27/2014@ UTAH99-106L7.5W205P37-9041.1%571032-8040.0%688
1/31/2014@ DALLAS103-107L9W214.5U38-7550.7%461438-8047.5%434
2/1/2014@ SAN ANTONIO              
2/7/2014@ BOSTON              
2/9/2014@ WASHINGTON              
2/11/2014@ CLEVELAND              
2/12/2014@ NEW YORK              

SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/26/2013@ DALLAS116-107W-3W209O37-7549.3%531839-8545.9%4514
1/2/2014NEW YORK101-105L-11.5L202O37-7748.1%401239-7651.3%4513
1/4/2014LA CLIPPERS116-92W-9.5W204.5O50-9055.6%481237-7946.8%4415
1/7/2014@ MEMPHIS110-108W-6L196O43-8351.8%531746-9946.5%5311
1/13/2014@ NEW ORLEANS101-95W-7L197U35-6752.2%461338-8743.7%459
1/22/2014OKLAHOMA CITY105-111L-6.5L205O40-7553.3%401745-8354.2%4515
1/24/2014@ ATLANTA105-79W-5W210.5U41-8448.8%602229-7638.2%4317
1/26/2014@ MIAMI101-113L3.5L205O38-7650.0%331243-7458.1%4114
1/28/2014@ HOUSTON90-97L-1.5L209.5U35-8242.7%441133-7544.0%7315
2/3/2014@ NEW ORLEANS              
2/5/2014@ WASHINGTON              
2/6/2014@ BROOKLYN              
2/8/2014@ CHARLOTTE              
2/10/2014@ DETROIT              
2/12/2014@ BOSTON              
SACRAMENTO: GUARDS: GREIVIS VASQUEZ seems to have the edge in the point guard battle. He's a pass-first floor general who fits better in a lineup full of chuckers . . . ISAIAH THOMAS will have a major role whether he starts or not. He can score, and while his lack of size is a defensive liability, he makes up for it with harassing on-ball pressure . . . MARCUS THORNTON will eventually be relegated to a smaller role, but the gunning combo guard will get his minutes until Ben McLemore is ready . . . BEN MCLEMORE takes a lot of heat for his lack of assertiveness, but he can knock down corner threes and is an outstanding athlete, which is enough to make him a fine role player . . . JIMMER FREDETTE is kicking around as trade bait . . . Second-rounder RAY MCCALLUM should earn a bench role.FORWARDS: With his potential to be a solid defender, JASON THOMPSON is likely to retain his starting job. He's an afterthought on offense, though . . . LUC RICHARD MBAH A MOUTE seems like a natural to slide into the starting lineup. He can defend multiple spots and doesn't need touches on a team of players who do . . . CARL LANDRY could unseat Thompson. We see him in the same kind of bench role he had in Golden State. He's very good offensively and a relentless rebounder, but will struggle defensively against top-line forwards . . . JOHN SALMONS avoided the amnesty axe, though his role will likely be reduced again . . . Stretch four PATRICK PATTERSON is on the fringe of this rotation . . . Streaky shooting should have TRAVIS OUTLAW in and out of the rotation. CENTERS: The new regime of head coach Michael Malone will try again with DEMARCUS COUSINS, who continues to show flashes of dominance but too often plays and acts like a head case. He's playing for a contract, which would presumably have him on his best behavior . . . CHUCK HAYES will continue to be a second-unit glue guy at the four and five.
SAN ANTONIO: GUARDS:Considering how exhausted he looked by the end of the Finals, don't be surprised if TONY PARKER gets more rest during the regular season . . . DANNY GREEN had a coming-out party this past June. A three-point specialist who can defend, the Spurs will lean on him more heavily during the first 82 . . . MANU GINOBILI looks oh-so-close to being done. His minutes will decline . . . MARCO BELINELLI adds quality depth behind Green. He'll take many of the minutes that used to go to Ginobili and Gary Neal, who left for Milwaukee . . . CORY JOSEPH enters the season as the favorite to back up Parker, but it's a fluid situation . . . NANDO DE COLO fell out of the rotation last season, but has enough talent that he should bounce back . . . PATTY MILLS is more of a cheerleader than a useful bench piece. FORWARDS: TIM DUNCAN just keeps going. The 2012-13 regular season was his best in years. The Spurs will keep his minutes in check, but he likely has another great season in him . . . KAWHI LEONARD is one of the league's elite role players, and he seems to keep getting better. He can shoot, score off the dribble and defend . . . JEFF AYRES is a skilled big man who will back up Duncan and can play alongside him for stretches. Like all of their frontcourt players besides Duncan, the player formerly known as Jeff Pendergraph, will see his playing time will fluctuate greatly depending on matchups. CENTERS: TIAGO SPLITTER continues to improve rapidly, and he'll now take the bulk of the minutes alongside Duncan. But as we saw in last year's Finals, head coach Gregg Popovich will keep him on the bench if the matchup isn't right . . . BORIS DIAW's versatility gives Pop options off the bench . . . MATT BONNER is pretty much just around to participate in the Three-Point Shootout at this point in his career.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO BASKETBALL PREVIEW (SACRAMENTO-SAN ANTONIO) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Kings-Spurs Preview* =====================


Sacramento (15-30) at San Antonio (33-13), 8:30 p.m. EDT

With a slew of major holes in their lineup, the San Antonio Spurs are on the verge of their longest losing streak in nearly three years.

It'll take a rare loss against the Sacramento Kings to get them there.

The short-handed Spurs look to end a three-game skid Saturday night when they host the Kings in their final contest before a daunting nine games on their annual rodeo road trip.

San Antonio (33-13), which has beaten Sacramento in seven straight and 19 of the last 20 meetings, hasn't lost at least four straight in the regular season since dropping six in a row from March 23-April 1, 2011.

Among the key injuries is star reserve Manu Ginobili, who sat out with a strained left hamstring Wednesday against Chicago and will be sidelined at least three more weeks.

The Spurs' other missing pieces are three regular starters: Danny Green (broken finger), Kawhi Leonard (broken left hand) and Tiago Splitter (sprained right shoulder).

"It doesn't matter who's hurt, or what your schedule is, or anything like that," coach Gregg Popovich said after a 96-86 home loss to the Bulls. "You go play. Nobody cares. All that matters is the win or the loss. We lost our defensive consistency and they went up."

Splitter is the only one said to be nearing a return in the coming days.

Sacramento (15-31) has lost six consecutive games and is also unlikely to get much healthier after opening its two-game Texas swing Friday with a 107-103 defeat in Dallas.

All-Star snub DeMarcus Cousins didn't the Mavericks, and though he hasn't been ruled out Saturday after missing five games with a sprained left ankle, coach Michael Malone referred to him as doubtful.

The Kings haven't won since the game before Cousins was hurt on Jan. 22, matching their worst stretch of the season. They haven't dropped seven straight since April 2012 and have allowed 112.0 points per game during the losing streak.

Rudy Gay, in his second game back from an Achilles injury, had game-highs with 35 points and 12 rebounds against Dallas. Sacramento blew a 14-point third-quarter lead and turned it over 15 times to the Mavs' four.

"We have to learn how to be a winning team," Gay said. "We just have to play a whole solid game. That's what we need to do for us to get off that slide we're on right now."

The Spurs have scored 92.3 points per game during their skid - 11.7 fewer than their season average. Their field-goal percentage has also dipped, most notably from 3-point range. They're hitting a league-best 40.2 percent on the season but are down to 29.3 in the last three games.

Tony Parker scored 20 points, and Tim Duncan had 17 points and 12 rebounds against the Bulls. Guard Nando De Colo, making his first start of the season, was the only other starter to score with eight points.

"It's tough to keep a rhythm," Duncan said. "With a lot of our guys out, our consistency just isn't there on both ends. We can't sustain for the periods of time that we need to. But at various points throughout the game we're where we want to be. And then we go through lulls where defense or offense can't get it done."

The Spurs beat the Kings 112-104 on Dec. 29 in San Antonio. Both teams will need to look elsewhere for a top scorer after Cousins had 29 points and 14 rebounds in that one, while Ginobili led the Spurs with 28 points.

Last Updated: 4/26/2018 10:36:08 AM 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.