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NBA : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 3/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




CLEVELAND (38 - 28) at PHOENIX (19 - 49)
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Tuesday, 3/13/2018 10:05 PM
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CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games38-28-26.821-4433-32110.057.247.4%49.3110.156.847.4%51.6
Road Games16-17-11.514-1917-16109.257.246.6%48.9109.257.146.9%52.8
Last 5 Games2-3-1.82-32-3111.458.648.6%47.2113.461.248.2%53.4
CLEVELAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)110.057.240-8547.4%12-3336.6%18-2378.2%49824197144
vs opponents surrendering10653.339-8646.1%10-2936.1%17-2277.0%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)109.257.239-8446.6%13-3437.7%18-2380.0%49922207144
Stats Against (All Games)110.156.842-8847.4%12-3237.1%15-2074.3%521026218134
vs opponents averaging105.853.139-8646.0%10-2936.3%17-2276.8%511023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)109.257.141-8846.9%11-3234.4%15-2174.1%531124208134

PHOENIX - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-49-2.731-3533-33104.551.444.2%53.0113.557.247.3%54.3
Home Games9-24-8.812-2016-16104.051.544.3%53.8113.358.546.3%55.8
Last 5 Games0-5-52-33-1106.652.046.0%49.0119.857.049.4%56.4
PHOENIX Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)104.551.439-8744.2%9-2833.8%18-2474.6%531121237155
vs opponents surrendering105.753.139-8546.0%10-2936.2%17-2276.9%511023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)104.051.539-8844.3%9-2733.0%17-2473.3%541120236155
Stats Against (All Games)113.557.242-8847.3%11-2936.9%19-2576.8%541023219136
vs opponents averaging10653.439-8646.0%10-2836.1%17-2276.9%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)113.358.541-8946.3%10-2935.8%20-2776.0%561221228136
Average power rating of opponents played: CLEVELAND 95.1,  PHOENIX 95.5
CLEVELAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/6/2018@ ORLANDO98-116L-6.5L227U36-8442.9%431446-8752.9%6113
2/9/2018@ ATLANTA123-107W-2W212O46-8653.5%51937-8543.5%4711
2/11/2018@ BOSTON121-99W5W212O45-8453.6%481136-8940.4%5414
2/13/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY120-112W3W224O45-8851.1%50740-9044.4%609
2/23/2018@ MEMPHIS112-89W-5W212.5U40-8746.0%531833-8439.3%5021
2/25/2018SAN ANTONIO94-110L-4.5L211.5U38-9141.8%541538-8644.2%589
3/7/2018@ DENVER113-108W3W229U44-8750.6%391042-8648.8%5821
3/9/2018@ LA CLIPPERS102-116L-1L229.5U39-8744.8%471243-8948.3%6413
3/11/2018@ LA LAKERS113-127L-2L229O41-8846.6%441248-9650.0%5713
3/13/2018@ PHOENIX              
3/15/2018@ PORTLAND              
3/17/2018@ CHICAGO              
3/25/2018@ BROOKLYN              
3/27/2018@ MIAMI              
3/28/2018@ CHARLOTTE              

PHOENIX - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/6/2018@ LA LAKERS93-112L8L217.5U36-9438.3%561139-8347.0%5914
2/7/2018SAN ANTONIO81-129L10.5L202O33-9734.0%521146-9349.5%7112
2/12/2018@ GOLDEN STATE83-129L16L230.5U33-9534.7%561552-8958.4%5811
2/14/2018@ UTAH97-107L11W212.5U34-7943.0%491239-9242.4%598
2/23/2018LA CLIPPERS117-128L5.5L230.5O45-10343.7%581045-8751.7%6316
2/26/2018@ NEW ORLEANS116-125L7L236.5O42-9743.3%611443-9147.3%5814
2/28/2018@ MEMPHIS110-102W2.5W216U38-8345.8%551633-8737.9%5920
3/2/2018OKLAHOMA CITY116-124L7.5L227.5O46-9647.9%561346-9647.9%5711
3/4/2018@ ATLANTA112-113L1.5W225P46-9250.0%501443-9445.7%5516
3/5/2018@ MIAMI103-125L9L218.5O42-8748.3%461747-9251.1%5710
3/8/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY87-115L11L228U31-9233.7%511342-8052.5%5918
3/10/2018@ CHARLOTTE115-122L12.5W219.5O42-8350.6%421444-8750.6%5412
3/15/2018@ UTAH              
3/17/2018GOLDEN STATE              
3/23/2018@ CLEVELAND              
3/24/2018@ ORLANDO              
3/28/2018LA CLIPPERS              
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.
PHOENIX: The Suns are resisting any urge to add high-salary veterans, if they could, for a quick fix to maybe contend for the last one or two playoff spots in the tough Western Conference. Instead, they are sticking with the young core they hope will develop into a contender, although it might take a few years. Devin Booker, already a prolific scorer, will look to expand his game and continue his development as one of the NBA's top players. Josh Jackson was the fourth overall pick in the draft out of Kansas and has made an immediate impression in the preseason with his scoring, defense and rebounding. His tough persona fills a Suns need, too. Just 20 years old, he fits right in with the Suns long-term plans build from within and eventually climb back into contention. But wins could be few and far between in this, the franchise's 50th year.
Cavaliers look to get well against slumping Suns

PHOENIX -- Cleveland coach Tyronn Lue admitted what the numbers shouted Sunday: the Lakers in general -- and power forward Julius Randle in particular-- strong-armed their way through the Cavaliers in a 127-113 victory.

The Cavaliers will look to reverse roles against a Phoenix team that despite putting up a lot of fight at Charlotte on Saturday has not had the results to match when the teams meet Tuesday at the Talking Stick Resort Arena.

Randle had a career-high 36 points and 14 rebounds Sunday while at times going against LeBron James, who had 24 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists. The Lakers had a 51-37 rebounding edge.

"I thought he just out-toughed us," Lue said of Randle. "He bullied us all night and we had no answer for him."

After winning four in a row with victories over Boston and Oklahoma City amid the euphoria of the team remake at the trade deadline, the Cavs (38-28) have lost six of 10, including consecutive games against the L.A. teams in the second and third games of their season-long six-game road trip.

The Suns (19-49) have lost five in a row, 15 of 16 and 20 of 22, with two five-game losing streaks and a 10-game losing streak in that stretch. Their only victories have come at Memphis and home to Dallas. They have said they are not trying to lose to enhance their draft position.

James' only appearance against the Lakers at Staples Center this season engendered the usual speculation about his possible relocation to the cap-savvy Lakers, who will have money to spend on big-time free agents this summer, when James can opt out of the final year of a three-year, $100 million contract and become a free agent

James, 33, was positive in his short assessment of Lakers coach Luke Walton, which could be read as a neutral observation or a sign of interest.

"Since Luke took over, they've improved every single season, I think," James told reporters. "They just try to implement that ball movement, that body movement that he got when he was (an assistant coach) in Golden State."

James is averaging 26.9 points a game and has 39 double-doubles and 13 triple-doubles.

Cleveland is in fourth place in the tightly contested middle of the Eastern Conference playoff pack as the teams scramble for home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs.

The Cavaliers are one-half game behind third-place Indiana, one-half game ahead of fifth-place Washington and another game head of sixth-place Philadelphia. They have scored at least 110 points in six of their last seven road games while winning five. They have scored at least 110 points in 35 games.

The Suns, meanwhile, are playing for next season for the second season in a row. They played without their top three scorers in a 122-115 loss at Charlotte on Saturday.

Devin Booker, who is ninth in the NBA with a 25.3 scoring average, missed the game with a left triceps strain and TJ Warren (19.7 points per game) was held out because of back spasms. Rookie Josh Jackson (11.5) also missed the game because of a knee injury suffered in a Thursday loss at Oklahoma City.

Booker, Warren and Jackson are considered probable for the Cavs after practicing Monday, when the Suns also signed backup point Shaquille Harrison to a multi-year deal as his second 10-day contract was about to expire. He had 14 points and four assists in 21 minutes at Charlotte.

Even though the Suns dressed only 11 players, including three who have spent most of the season in the G-League, they trimmed a 22-point deficit to two in the final two minutes of the Hornets' game while scoring 43 points in the fourth quarter, a season high for any quarter.

"We had a lot of guys really step up," interim coach Jay Triano told reporters. "I was really pleased with the complete effort."

Last Updated: 3/17/2018 11:24:22 AM EST

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