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




ORLANDO (20 - 47) at SAN ANTONIO (37 - 30)
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Tuesday, 3/13/2018 8:35 PM
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536SAN ANTONIO-10.5-10.5
ORLANDO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-47-17.831-3429-38105.152.346.1%49.1109.555.747.3%53.0
Road Games7-29-11.419-1617-19105.152.245.9%47.6110.757.348.4%53.0
Last 5 Games1-4-32-21-497.448.244.3%46.6101.851.846.7%51.8
ORLANDO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)105.152.339-8546.1%10-2935.9%16-2175.8%49923207145
vs opponents surrendering106.253.539-8646.1%11-2936.3%17-2276.9%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)105.152.239-8645.9%11-3036.6%15-2076.4%48824207145
Stats Against (All Games)109.555.742-8847.3%10-2736.3%17-2277.7%531124198145
vs opponents averaging106.253.539-8646.0%11-2936.3%17-2276.9%511023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)110.757.342-8648.4%10-2735.8%17-2278.0%531124197135

SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games37-30-6.332-3130-36102.149.445.8%51.699.849.645.2%49.8
Home Games23-8+7.617-1317-14105.651.347.6%50.9100.050.445.9%47.1
Last 5 Games1-4-4.51-41-4101.248.644.7%50.2107.450.046.4%54.0
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)102.149.439-8545.8%9-2435.6%16-2077.3%521023177135
vs opponents surrendering106.553.740-8646.2%11-2936.4%17-2276.8%511023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)105.651.340-8547.6%9-2636.7%15-1979.8%511024177136
Stats Against (All Games)99.849.638-8445.2%9-2734.7%14-1975.3%50922208134
vs opponents averaging106.253.539-8646.0%11-2936.2%17-2276.8%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)100.050.438-8345.9%10-2736.5%14-1874.8%47922198144
Average power rating of opponents played: ORLANDO 96.3,  SAN ANTONIO 95.6
ORLANDO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/5/2018@ MIAMI111-109W8.5W205.5O41-8448.8%451140-9343.0%6312
2/12/2018@ CHICAGO101-105L5W212U37-8444.0%44840-8845.5%5811
2/22/2018NEW YORK113-120L-3.5L216O43-8351.8%461348-9948.5%568
2/24/2018@ PHILADELPHIA105-116L10L217.5O38-8445.2%401242-8151.9%5214
2/26/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY105-112L10W218U39-8446.4%431642-8847.7%5720
3/5/2018@ UTAH80-94L9.5L206.5U29-8534.1%471436-7349.3%5515
3/7/2018@ LA LAKERS107-108L6W227U42-8350.6%531643-8848.9%4214
3/9/2018@ SACRAMENTO88-94L2.5L205U33-7842.3%391436-8343.4%5816
3/10/2018@ LA CLIPPERS105-113L11.5W216.5O38-8445.2%461441-7852.6%4715
3/13/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              

SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/7/2018@ PHOENIX129-81W-10.5W202O46-9349.5%711233-9734.0%5211
2/10/2018@ GOLDEN STATE105-122L10L218.5O43-9445.7%431048-8556.5%5116
2/12/2018@ UTAH99-101L4W197O38-8544.7%571135-8441.7%579
2/13/2018@ DENVER109-117L7L208.5O44-8253.7%521846-9349.5%4311
2/23/2018@ DENVER119-122L3.5W211.5O43-8550.6%50748-9749.5%5711
2/25/2018@ CLEVELAND110-94W4.5W211.5U38-8644.2%58938-9141.8%5415
2/28/2018NEW ORLEANS116-121L-5L218.5O48-9948.5%541150-9950.5%5212
3/3/2018LA LAKERS112-116L-6L219O44-9844.9%601640-9243.5%5515
3/8/2018@ GOLDEN STATE107-110L11W222.5U43-9545.3%561241-9543.2%5610
3/10/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY94-104L3.5L210U40-8646.5%461439-8645.3%5815
3/12/2018@ HOUSTON93-109L11L212U33-8140.7%441339-8048.7%5715
3/15/2018NEW ORLEANS              
3/19/2018GOLDEN STATE              
3/25/2018@ MILWAUKEE              
3/27/2018@ WASHINGTON              
3/29/2018OKLAHOMA CITY              
ORLANDO: After another disappointing non-playoff season, the Magic didn't overhaul the roster as had become the norm the last several years. New president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman and general manager John Hammond preferred to tweak the roster instead, which hasn't generated much optimism that things will be much different this season. The most significant off-season addition was Jonathon Simmons, who came over from the Spurs and gives the Magic a defensive toughness and explosiveness from the guard position that has been missing. Jonathan Isaac, the Magic's No. 6 overall pick in June's NBA draft, is still not physically strong enough to be a starter, but his length, athleticism and willingness to play defense gives him a chance to make an impact off the bench. The only realistic hope that the Magic have of making the postseason for the first time in six seasons is that the bottom half of the Eastern Conference is equally flawed.
SAN ANTONIO: The Spurs are essentially the same team that won the Southwest Division last season and led Golden State by 21 points in Game 1 of the Western finals before Kawhi Leonard was lost for the postseason to an ankle injury. A 21st straight postseason appearance is practically a given and it is hard not to imagine them remaining among the best teams in a loaded conference. The team will need another year of growth from Leonard after their quiet MVP candidate set career highs in scoring and assists while earning All-NBA first team and All-Defensive first team honors. Leonard's growth could come from his ability to distribute the ball more, especially with veteran point guard Tony Parker expected to be out until December while recovering from surgery on a ruptured left quadriceps tendon.
Spurs look to climb back into playoff picture against Magic

San Antonio and Orlando, two teams in desperate need of a victory to quell long losing streaks, meet on Tuesday in a some-one's-got-to-win-so-how-about-us game at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.

The Spurs have lost three in a row and five of their past six outings. San Antonio has won just three of its past 14 games and has fallen back into the pack and into a scramble to earn a spot in the postseason.

San Antonio returns home after a disastrous three-game road trip in which it was beaten by Golden State, Oklahoma City and Houston, three teams ahead of it in the Western Conference standings. The latest defeat was at the hands of the Rockets, 109-93, on Monday.

Derrick White and Bryn Forbes both scored 14 points for the Spurs in the loss to Houston. San Antonio plays its next six games at home and can get well in a hurry with a hot streak.

LaMarcus Aldridge (knee) and Manu Ginobili (rest) missed the Houston game while star forward Kawhi Leonard remains out as he rehabs a right quad injury that's limited him to nine games this season.

"Our guys played hard, and showed good effort tonight," Spurs coach Greg Popovich said after the game on Monday. "Everyone tries to be the best they can be by playoff time and that will be our goal, too."

The downward spiral has sunk the Spurs into 10th place in the conference standings and placed their streak of 20 consecutive playoff seasons in jeopardy. San Antonio hasn't missed the postseason since the 1996-97 season, when Tim Duncan was a senior at Wake Forest.

"Our mindset (against Orlando) is to go out and make sure we win a game," San Antonio forward Pau Gasol said. "We need to build some momentum and some confidence. It's not easy to lose under any circumstances. We have to dig in and trust each other and go out and compete."

The Magic head to the Alamo City on the heels of a 113-105 loss at the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday that was Orlando's fourth setback in a row and the 11th in its past 13 games. Jonathon Simmons led the Magic with 24 points in the loss to the Clippers, while D.J. Augustin netted 19 points.

Orlando led 89-87 heading into the final stanza, but were outscored during the final 12 minutes, 26-16. "I'm proud of how we played," Magic coach Frank Vogel said. "I thought (the Clippers game) had a chance to be ugly."

Tuesday's game is the last of a season-high, five-game road trip; the Magic has lost seven straight road games dating back to a 111-109 win at Miami on Feb. 5.

Orlando will play without Evan Fournier (who has a sprained left knee) and Terrence Ross, who's out for the rest of the season with a sprained right knee and broken leg.

Aaron Gordon is expected to play in the San Antonio game after missing the past three because of concussion symptoms. Gordon, the Magic's leading scorer at 18.3 points per game, practiced Monday and said afterward he felt a bit winded.

"These are the best players in the world," Gordon said. "If you miss a couple of days, your rhythm is going to be a little bit off. But you get it back within a day or so."

The Magic won the first meeting of the season against San Antonio, posting a 114-87 win on Oct. 27 in Orlando that produced the Magic's largest margin of victory ever against the Spurs and snapped a 10-game losing streak to San Antonio.

Last Updated: 12/14/2018 7:51:00 PM EST

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