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NBA : ATS Matchup
Friday 1/12/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




CLEVELAND (26 - 15) at INDIANA (21 - 20)
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CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-15-19.512-2822-19109.956.147.2%49.1108.856.247.2%50.7
Road Games11-11-89-1311-11108.655.846.0%49.6108.757.646.8%51.5
Last 5 Games2-3-1.41-44-1108.849.843.7%49.0119.861.848.8%60.4
Division Games6-3-3.23-56-3114.262.150.5%46.8107.657.749.3%44.0
CLEVELAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)109.956.139-8447.2%12-3337.6%19-2380.8%49823197144
vs opponents surrendering105.953.139-8546.0%10-2936.4%17-2276.9%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)108.655.839-8446.0%13-3437.7%18-2282.2%50922197144
Stats Against (All Games)108.856.241-8847.2%12-3337.0%14-1974.2%511026218134
vs opponents averaging10552.739-8545.9%10-2836.3%17-2276.6%51923208145
Stats Against (Road Games)108.757.641-8846.8%11-3434.1%15-2074.3%521124218134

INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-20+7.122-1918-22107.354.248.1%49.8106.854.247.0%50.0
Home Games13-10+212-118-14107.453.747.7%51.5105.453.146.1%50.0
Last 5 Games2-3-1.82-32-3106.253.049.8%49.2105.048.848.5%43.8
Division Games7-5+46-64-8105.052.747.7%50.5103.353.546.3%49.1
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)107.354.241-8648.1%9-2537.9%15-2076.8%50923198135
vs opponents surrendering105.152.739-8546.1%10-2836.5%16-2176.9%51923208145
Team Stats (Home Games)107.453.741-8547.7%10-2637.9%16-2175.3%521022187135
Stats Against (All Games)106.854.241-8647.0%11-3036.8%14-1974.5%501024197145
vs opponents averaging1055339-8545.7%11-3036.3%16-2176.9%511022208145
Stats Against (Home Games)105.453.140-8746.1%11-3037.2%14-1974.4%501022197145
Average power rating of opponents played: CLEVELAND 94.6,  INDIANA 94.9
CLEVELAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/4/2017@ CHICAGO113-91W-8.5W210U42-8151.9%48734-8241.5%4411
12/8/2017@ INDIANA102-106L-3L221U37-8643.0%521038-8644.2%598
12/14/2017LA LAKERS121-112W-10.5L220.5O43-8650.0%471447-9549.5%5418
12/17/2017@ WASHINGTON106-99W2W216U41-8747.1%49939-9142.9%5810
12/19/2017@ MILWAUKEE116-119L-1.5L214.5O40-8050.0%441443-8252.4%4414
12/25/2017@ GOLDEN STATE92-99L4L216U28-8831.8%611438-8246.3%5115
12/27/2017@ SACRAMENTO95-109L-9.5L208U32-7443.2%441141-7951.9%4511
12/30/2017@ UTAH101-104L-2.5L207.5U34-8142.0%511538-8246.3%4811
1/3/2018@ BOSTON88-102L3L212.5U31-8934.8%521441-9244.6%6015
1/6/2018@ ORLANDO131-127W-8.5L221.5O47-9450.0%561749-9850.0%5619
1/8/2018@ MINNESOTA99-127L1L223O37-8444.0%401352-10052.0%635
1/11/2018@ TORONTO99-133L-2.5L221.5O34-8938.2%45953-10650.0%729
1/12/2018@ INDIANA              
1/15/2018GOLDEN STATE              
1/20/2018OKLAHOMA CITY              
1/23/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              

INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/4/2017NEW YORK115-97W-11W212P46-8653.5%491640-9144.0%5017
12/13/2017OKLAHOMA CITY95-100L1.5L213.5U40-8944.9%501336-8840.9%6213
12/17/2017@ BROOKLYN109-97W-3.5W220U43-7656.6%511534-8142.0%379
12/20/2017@ ATLANTA105-95W-5W213U40-8248.8%42935-8043.7%4913
12/26/2017@ DETROIT83-107L2L207.5U34-7744.2%361241-8250.0%5510
12/29/2017@ CHICAGO107-119L2L205O43-9346.2%531043-8550.6%4515
1/3/2018@ MILWAUKEE101-122L7.5L208.5O41-8448.8%381444-7558.7%4216
1/14/2018@ PHOENIX              
1/15/2018@ UTAH              
1/18/2018@ PORTLAND              
1/19/2018@ LA LAKERS              
1/21/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              
1/26/2018@ CLEVELAND              
CLEVELAND: There's a chance that LeBron James could end up being as motivated as ever this season, fueled by Kyrie Irving's trade demand and coming off a season in which he finished fourth in the MVP voting. Despite losing Irving, the Cavs remain the class of the Eastern Conference and it's hard to imagine any team denying them a fourth straight Finals appearance, particularly with Boston having suffered a major blow with the season-ending injury Gordon Hayward suffered in the season opener at Cleveland. Isaiah Thomas is expected back from his back injury by year's end, but his return could end up complicating things for head coach Tyronn Lue, who must keep everyone happy with their playing time. Kevin Love's move to center should open floor space for James, Dwayne Wade and Derrick Rose. James can opt out of his contract next summer and become a free agent and his future plans will hover over the Cavs all season. But back with Dwayne Wade, he and the Cavs seem to be in a happy place.
INDIANA: Paul George's departure completely changed Indiana's game plan. Rather than making moves like a potential championship contender, new president of basketball operations Kevin Pritchard decided to rebuild on the fly. Conventional wisdom suggests this team will struggle, and it could. But the Pacers seem to be playing like a better unit and may have just enough to sneak into the Eastern Conference playoffs. Although it's expected to be Myles Turner who replaces George as the face of the franchise, the key to Indiana's success this season will be Victor Oladipo, a defensive stopper who can provide the consistent energy the Pacers were lacking last season. Oladipo's ability to play fast and to share the leadership duties with Turner could finally push the 6-foot-4 guard to have that breakthrough season expected from the No. 2 draft pick four years ago.
Cavs seek first win of season over Pacers

The Indiana Pacers are either catching the Cleveland Cavaliers at the right time or the worst time.

After being blown out by host Minnesota by 28 points on Monday night, the Cavaliers suffered their most lopsided loss of the season, 133-99, at Toronto Thursday night.

The Cavaliers (26-15) will play the second of back-to-back games Friday night at Indiana (21-20).

The Pacers won the first two meetings, 124-107, on Nov. 1 in Cleveland and 106-102 at Indiana on Dec. 8. The second victory snapped Cleveland's 13-game winning streak.

So the Cavs could be an angry team seeking revenge or a tired team reeling after losing for the seventh time in 10 games.

"We're a veteran team and we know what we're capable of, and it can't be so easy for us to get in those lulls and not try to dig ourselves out of them," Cavaliers forward Kevin Love told ESPN prior to the Toronto loss. "So we got to be better."

Defense has been a huge issue.

"We haven't been able to stop (teams) as of late," Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue told ESPN after the Minnesota loss. "One-on-one, off the dribble, pick-and-roll has been Achilles' heel and transition."

Before the game, LeBron James told ESPN, "This is just us during the regular season. This is just us. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at times."

Despite the Cavs' recent shooting woes (38.2 percent vs. Toronto), Pacers coach Nate McMillan said defense will be crucial.

"You have to keep this team in front of you," McMillan said. "You have to get out to their 3-point shooters. You have to finish with rebounding. They do it all. They attack the basket. They create mismatch problems. They're a big, physical team. So we're going to have to defend the paint, rebound the ball and see if we can establish the tempo."

After winning two in a row at home by convincing margins over Chicago and Milwaukee, the Pacers lost 114-106 to visiting Miami on Wednesday night.

Pacers center Myles Turner (elbow) missed the contest against Miami and will be sidelined again versus Cleveland.

"We were missing Myles and we're definitely a much better team when we have everybody in uniform," McMillan said. "Our guys have shown they have some potential. but we have a lot of growth that we have to continue to see, making plays and really learning how to win in situations like (Wednesday night)."

It certainly doesn't help that the Pacers were 1-of-18 from 3-point range in the Miami loss.

"Nights like that happen all the time in the NBA," Indiana guard Victor Oladipo said. "We just have to keep shooting the ball with confidence. We have great shooters, but there will be nights like this."

Pacers point guard Darren Collison said ball movement will be key Friday.

"When we don't move the ball we're not a good team," Collison said. "When we move the ball we're a great team."

With Turner out, veteran Al Jefferson played 17 minutes against Miami and will likely do so again against Cleveland. Jefferson has played in just 14 games this season and Wednesday was his first appearance since Dec. 31.

"No matter how much you play pick-up, run on the treadmill, it's a totally different ball game in there live," Jefferson said. "I knew the first game was going to be about trying to get my legs under me and my rhythm going, but actually it was better than I thought it was going to be."

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