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NBA : ATS Matchup
Monday 2/10/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore




DENVER (24 - 25) at INDIANA (39 - 11)
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Monday, 2/10/2014 7:05 PM
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DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games24-25-13.422-2624-24103.854.145.2%54.5103.954.144.8%53.2
Road Games10-14-2.212-1113-11104.353.046.2%52.2106.556.246.2%51.8
Last 5 Games2-3-1.11-42-2103.053.845.7%53.6111.657.447.7%51.4
DENVER Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.854.138-8545.2%8-2336.3%19-2672.8%541222237156
vs opponents surrendering100.550.337-8345.2%8-2135.6%18-2475.4%511122218145
Team Stats (Road Games)104.353.038-8346.2%8-2335.8%19-2673.7%521221238155
Stats Against (All Games)103.954.139-8744.8%7-2033.9%19-2675.0%531222218135
vs opponents averaging100.550.438-8345.1%8-2135.8%18-2375.9%511122218145
Stats Against (Road Games)106.556.240-8646.2%7-2133.5%20-2676.4%521222218135

INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games39-11+6.831-1920-3098.646.645.3%54.090.746.341.4%49.2
Home Games24-2+717-99-1799.848.946.8%55.085.845.739.6%48.6
Last 5 Games4-1-12-32-398.848.844.1%55.893.246.242.3%47.6
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)98.646.637-8145.3%7-2035.4%18-2377.8%541021207156
vs opponents surrendering100.350.337-8345.3%8-2136.1%18-2475.6%511122218145
Team Stats (Home Games)99.848.937-8046.8%7-1935.2%18-2378.4%551021207157
Stats Against (All Games)90.746.334-8341.4%6-1833.3%16-2176.0%491018227144
vs opponents averaging99.75037-8344.9%8-2135.8%18-2475.4%511122218145
Stats Against (Home Games)85.845.733-8439.6%5-1730.8%14-2072.8%491116227145
Average power rating of opponents played: DENVER 95.6,  INDIANA 94.6
DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/5/2014@ LA LAKERS137-115W-2.5W205.5O53-9953.5%631542-8947.2%4315
1/9/2014OKLAHOMA CITY101-88W3W211U37-9041.1%601230-8535.3%5812
1/13/2014@ UTAH103-118L-6L205O37-8444.0%521144-7955.7%5011
1/15/2014@ GOLDEN STATE123-116W9W213.5O45-8354.2%521639-9043.3%4912
1/19/2014@ PHOENIX103-117L1.5L217.5O36-8243.9%501046-9150.5%5810
1/23/2014@ PORTLAND105-110L7W221U39-7949.4%501938-8843.2%479
1/26/2014@ SACRAMENTO125-117W-4W216.5O42-8151.9%441142-8151.9%4816
2/3/2014LA CLIPPERS116-115W0W215.5O40-8348.2%621742-8450.0%4511
2/7/2014@ NEW YORK90-117L2L210U32-7642.1%422348-8556.5%5023
2/8/2014@ DETROIT109-126L1.5L216O41-8846.6%592050-9851.0%5110
2/10/2014@ INDIANA              
2/12/2014@ MINNESOTA              
2/20/2014@ MILWAUKEE              
2/21/2014@ CHICAGO              

INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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 STATE102-94W1.5W196.5U41-9145.1%581435-8640.7%5215
1/22/2014@ PHOENIX100-124L-6L196.5O38-7550.7%452045-8354.2%489
1/24/2014@ SACRAMENTO116-111W-11.5L198O41-9543.2%571239-10138.6%7418
1/25/2014@ DENVER96-109L-2L203O37-8842.0%601640-8348.2%6014
1/28/2014@ LA LAKERS104-92W-10.5W205U42-9942.4%72437-9439.4%579
2/4/2014@ ATLANTA89-85W-3.5W200.5U34-7445.9%461933-7643.4%4418
2/9/2014@ ORLANDO92-93L-8.5L190.5U35-7944.3%511534-8341.0%5613
2/19/2014@ MINNESOTA              
2/22/2014@ MILWAUKEE              
2/25/2014LA LAKERS              
DENVER: GUARDS: TY LAWSON is turning into something of a one-man army as the roster around him crumbles. As good as he is as a quick playmaker who can knock down an open three, his supporting cast is lacking . . . EVAN FOURNIER is better than RANDY FOYE now, and he's certainly a bigger part of Denver's future. Fournier proved surprisingly ready for the NBA last season. While Foye brings more scoring power to a team that suddenly lacks offense, he's both inefficient and one-dimensional . . . NATE ROBINSON will provide instant offense and lead the second unit . . . ANDRE MILLER will lose a few minutes this year, but the 37-year-old still has good basketball left. FORWARDS: Coming off a late-season ACL tear, DANILO GALLINARI will be lucky to make it back by December . . . KENNETH FARIED will likely never develop into anything more than an energy guy and high-volume rebounder, but he's good at what he does . . . WILSON CHANDLER can shoot and defend multiple positions. With Gallinari a question mark, he could be in for a much bigger role this year . . . DARRELL ARTHUR is an interesting second-unit player. He's an athlete who was starting to show some skill in Memphis before getting hurt . . . Gunning wingman JORDAN HAMILTON may get a longer look in the second half of the season . . . QUINCY MILLER is likely ticketed for more D-League action . . . ANTHONY RANDOLPH is a lost cause. CENTERS: The time has arrived for JAVALE MCGEE. The front office wants him on the floor full-time. For all the knucklehead plays, he's still an incredible athlete in a massive 7-foot frame . . . Talk of J.J. HICKSON potentially starting is absurd. A brutal defender unable to play within the flow of an offense, he's a second-unit talent . . . TIMOFEY MOZGOV is Plan B behind McGee. The 7-footer can defend and set screens.
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.
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*Nuggets-Pacers Preview* ========================


Denver (24-25) at Indiana (39-10), 7:00 p.m. EDT

Only nine teams have cracked the century mark against the Indiana Pacers' league-leading defense this season, with most of those games coming on the road.

The Pacers will try to avoid losing back-to-back games for only the second time and avenge an earlier loss at Denver as they host the Nuggets on Monday night.

Indiana (39-11), which is allowing a league-low 90.7 points per game, has given up 100 or more 11 times - Portland and Phoenix did it twice - and is 4-7 in those contests.

One of those losses was a 109-96 defeat in Denver on Jan. 25 that ended a stretch of three straight contests in which the Pacers allowed at least that many points - but all those games came on the road over a four-day span. Indiana also beat Sacramento 116-111 in overtime a day earlier after losing 124-100 to Phoenix on Jan. 22.

The Pacers have been far better defensively in going 24-2 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, surrendering 85.8 points per game on 39.5 percent shooting. They weren't as sharp in their most recent home game Friday, but pulled out a 118-113 OT win over high-scoring Portland.

That victory marked just the third time Indiana gave up 100 on its own floor, and the previous occasions resulted in the team's only home defeats.

The loss to the Nuggets was Indiana's fifth straight in the series and gave former assistant and first-year Denver coach Brian Shaw a win in his first game against his former team. The Pacers haven't beaten the Nuggets since a 144-113 romp at home on Nov. 11, 2010, in which they set a team record for points in a quarter with 54 in the third.

Indiana will be kicking off a three-game homestand after its four-game winning streak ended with a surprising 93-92 loss at Orlando on Sunday.

Paul George scored 27 points and Lance Stephenson added 16 for the Pacers, who were cruising before being outscored 29-18 in the fourth quarter.

"They picked up their energy," Indiana coach Frank Vogel said. "We've got to handle it. There was a stretch there in the third where we could have put them away. We were a little careless with some possessions ... and it was costly."

The Pacers' only back-to-back defeats this season came Dec. 16 at home against Detroit and at Miami two days later.

The up-tempo Nuggets (24-25) have relied primarily on offense and are in the league's top 10 at 103.8 points per game, but their suspect defense is the third-worst in the NBA with an average of 103.9 allowed.

They could be in for a frustrating night against Indiana after point guard Ty Lawson fractured a rib in a 126-109 loss at Detroit on Saturday. Evan Fournier stepped in at the start of the second half, with Randy Foye moving from shooting guard to the point, but Denver wasn't able to keep pace after entering the third quarter down 65-61.

"You could see it take the wind out of us when Ty came out of the game," Shaw said of Lawson, who is doubtful against the Pacers. "He's our floor leader and he's the one who controls the pace and the tempo of the game."

Foye scored 25 points, Wilson Chandler added 20 and J.J. Hickson had 15 and 16 rebounds for the Nuggets, who lost for the fourth time in six games and fell to 0-2 on their four-game trip.

Denver, which is 10-14 away from home, concludes the swing at Minnesota on Wednesday.

Last Updated: 6/25/2018 6:43:31 AM EST

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