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NBA : ATS Matchup
Friday 2/28/2020Line$ LineOU LineScore




BROOKLYN (26 - 31) at ATLANTA (17 - 43)
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BROOKLYN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-31-10.827-2826-29110.556.144.4%58.5110.654.444.0%55.2
Road Games10-18-8.911-1512-15109.554.242.9%58.5112.453.644.4%57.6
Last 5 Games2-3-1.32-21-4107.852.042.6%62.8102.845.641.9%52.4
BROOKLYN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)110.556.140-9044.4%13-3734.2%18-2474.1%581124217155
vs opponents surrendering110.955.841-8846.1%12-3435.6%18-2376.8%531024208145
Team Stats (Road Games)109.554.239-9242.9%13-3932.0%18-2476.7%581124216145
Stats Against (All Games)110.654.441-9344.0%12-3434.6%17-2276.2%551122218125
vs opponents averaging110.355.440-8945.7%12-3435.6%17-2376.7%531024218145
Stats Against (Road Games)112.453.642-9444.4%12-3335.4%17-2375.0%581222217126

ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-43-10.327-3235-25110.755.644.7%52.0119.260.947.6%56.3
Home Games11-18-217-1116-13112.656.045.5%53.3115.759.246.5%55.0
Last 5 Games2-3-0.62-33-2115.457.044.1%51.6123.465.647.3%58.6
ATLANTA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)110.755.640-9044.7%12-3632.7%19-2379.1%521024238165
vs opponents surrendering11055.140-8845.6%12-3435.5%17-2376.9%531024218145
Team Stats (Home Games)112.656.041-9045.5%11-3333.5%19-2479.6%531024248165
Stats Against (All Games)119.260.943-9147.6%12-3235.9%21-2777.4%561125219156
vs opponents averaging111.255.941-8945.9%12-3435.8%18-2377.0%541024208145
Stats Against (Home Games)115.759.241-8946.5%11-3233.6%22-2877.2%551124229157
Average power rating of opponents played: BROOKLYN 95.9,  ATLANTA 95.4
BROOKLYN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/23/2020LA LAKERS113-128L5.5L230O40-9144.0%481647-9450.0%5815
1/25/2020@ DETROIT121-111W-2.5W228.5O42-9444.7%631043-10441.3%598
1/26/2020@ NEW YORK97-110L2L218.5U34-8142.0%461449-9253.3%5813
2/1/2020@ WASHINGTON107-113L-1.5L242.5U39-9441.5%681544-10044.0%619
2/5/2020GOLDEN STATE129-88W-6W222.5U51-10051.0%751335-9636.5%427
2/8/2020@ TORONTO118-119L6W218.5O41-9244.6%53945-9547.4%587
2/10/2020@ INDIANA106-105W6.5W217.5U35-8740.2%621045-9248.9%486
2/20/2020@ PHILADELPHIA104-112L8T217.5U36-10235.3%691638-8644.2%5413
2/22/2020@ CHARLOTTE115-86W-4.5W210U42-8748.3%581031-8835.2%5812
2/26/2020@ WASHINGTON106-110L-1.5L232.5U36-8741.4%701841-9642.7%5011
2/28/2020@ ATLANTA              
2/29/2020@ MIAMI              
3/3/2020@ BOSTON              
3/6/2020SAN ANTONIO              
3/10/2020@ LA LAKERS              
3/12/2020@ GOLDEN STATE              
3/13/2020@ LA CLIPPERS              
3/15/2020@ SACRAMENTO              

ATLANTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/22/2020LA CLIPPERS102-95W5W229.5U36-10235.3%711533-7842.3%5814
1/24/2020@ OKLAHOMA CITY111-140L8L231O42-9245.7%411150-8658.1%5714
1/28/2020@ TORONTO114-130L13L234.5O41-9244.6%521848-9749.5%5912
2/1/2020@ DALLAS100-123L4.5L236U37-9140.7%551144-9446.8%559
2/5/2020@ MINNESOTA127-120W4.5W239O43-8252.4%501945-9149.5%4416
2/7/2020@ BOSTON107-112L12.5W225U35-8640.7%541437-8643.0%5313
2/9/2020NEW YORK140-135W-5T225O49-10845.4%581452-11047.3%6917
2/10/2020@ ORLANDO126-135L8.5L223O47-8853.4%371250-9552.6%5510
2/12/2020@ CLEVELAND105-127L-3L234.5U36-8442.9%431748-9451.1%6017
2/24/2020@ PHILADELPHIA112-129L8.5L226.5O40-9741.2%521345-8851.1%5411
3/6/2020@ WASHINGTON              
3/7/2020@ MEMPHIS              
3/11/2020NEW YORK              
BROOKLYN: LAST SEASON: 42-40, lost in the first round of the playoffs.
COACH: Kenny Atkinson (fourth season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Kyrie Irving (23.8 ppg), G Caris LeVert (13.7 ppg), F Joe Harris (13.7 ppg), F Taurean Prince (13.5 ppg), C Jarrett Allen (10.9 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G D'Angelo Russell, F DeMarre Carroll, F Jared Dudley, F/C Ed Davis, G Allen Crabbe, G Shabazz Napier, F Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
KEY ADDITIONS: F Kevin Durant, G Irving, C DeAndre Jordan, F Prince, F Wilson Chandler, G/F David Nwaba, G/F Garrett Temple PLAYER TO WATCH: Irving. An undeniable All-Star talent who now has to show he has the temperament to handle New York. He asked to be traded from Cleveland, then changed his mind after originally saying he planned to remain in Boston, where the Celtics were a disappointment last season and he acknowledged doing a poor job leading the team. He grew up in New Jersey and wanted to come back home, and now he has to perform.
OUTLOOK: The Nets don't expect Durant to play this season, so they remain a bit weak at the forward spot compared to the top teams in the Eastern Conference. That means it's possible they won't even improve off last season's surprising sixth-place finish. But even if they don't, they appear well set for the future.
ATLANTA: LAST SEASON: 29-53, missed playoffs.
COACH: Lloyd Pierce (second season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Trae Young (19.1 ppg, 8.1 apg), G Kevin Huerter (9.7 ppg), F De'Andre Hunter (No. 5 overall pick), F John Collins (19.5 ppg, 9.8 rpg), C Damian Jones (5.4 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: C Dewayne Dedmon, G Kent Bazemore, F Omari Spellman
KEY ADDITIONS: Hunter, Jones, F Cam Reddish, F Jabari Parker, G Evan Turner, G Allen Crabbe, F Chandler Parsons, C Bruno Fernando.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Young and Collins are two of the NBA's top young players, while Huerter shows plenty of promise, so the key to this season will be how well they mesh with two more first-round picks, Hunter and No. 10 choice Reddish. Hunter figures to start right away, while Reddish will get plenty of playing time off the bench. Also keep an eye on Parker, the No. 2 overall pick in 2014 by the Milwaukee Bucks. While he has yet to develop into the star everyone expected, Parker is still just 24 years old and has averaged 15.1 points per game over his five-year career. The Hawks, who are focused on player development, hope they can flush out Parker's game. Finally, the Hawks will send out 42-year-old Vince Carter for his record 22nd ' and final ' season in the NBA. Carter showed last season he's still got game, but he won't get as many minutes in his last hurrah as he serves more of a coach-mentor role to all the young players.
OUTLOOK: The Hawks showed promise in Pierce's first season but this franchise is still in the midst of a major rebuilding job. Atlanta might have an outside shot at slipping into the playoffs, but would probably be better off getting another crack at the draft lottery. General manager Travis Schlenk has been acquiring over-priced players that other teams wanted to get off the books. Parsons ($25.1 million), Turner ($18.6 million) and Crabbe ($18.5 million) are in the final year of their contracts, which means 2020 is the year to really start paying attention to the Hawks.
Nets seek reversal of fortunes, road win vs. Hawks

The Brooklyn Nets suffered a tough loss at Washington on Wednesday despite succeeding in not letting Bradley Beal hit a game-winning shot.

The Nets continue their four-game road trip Friday, when they visit the Atlanta Hawks. And this time, the Nets don't want to let second-year guard Trae Young take that potential game-winning shot.

Beal scored 30 points in the Nets' 110-106 loss, and they double-teamed the Wizards' star to keep him from getting a shot off on a late possession. However, the Nets did not finish the defensive sequence when Spencer Dinwiddie was late to defend Jerome Robinson, who sank the game-winning 3-pointer with 8.4 seconds left.

The shot sent the Nets to a second straight close loss after having won eight of 12 games. Brooklyn blew a 19-point lead at home in a 115-113 loss to Orlando on Monday.

Two nights later, the Nets stormed back from 18 points down and took a three-point lead into the fourth quarter before seeing their lead over eighth-place Orlando shrink to one half-game.

"We were in a junk defense, box-and-one type of defense, and there was a screen at the top. They overloaded the back side," Brooklyn's Caris LeVert said. "If we'd have talked better we probably would've matched up better."

LeVert scored 34 points and is averaging 23.8 points in his past nine games, but he also acknowledged the Nets lacked focus in the past two games.

"That's our job," LeVert said. "We've got to come in locked in from the start, no matter who we're playing, for a full 48 minutes. I feel like for stretches of the game we'll have it, but not for a full 48 minutes."

Brooklyn enters on an eight-game winning streak against the Hawks. During the Nets' longest winning streak in team history against an opponent, the average margin of victory is 13 points and the only one-possession game in the streak was a 114-112 win in Atlanta on March 9, 2019.

When the Nets rolled to a 108-86 rout of the Hawks on Jan. 12, Atlanta was in a stretch of 15 losses in 17 games. Since the last meeting, Atlanta is 9-11, with seven of those wins coming at home.

Young did not play in the last meeting because of a left hamstring injury but scored 39 points on Dec. 4 in a 130-118 loss to Brooklyn. He then scored 47 in a 122-112 defeat on Dec. 21.

Young scored 37 points Wednesday when the Hawks were handed a 130-120 home loss by Orlando. He played through flu-like symptoms, but along with the rest of his teammates, endured a third quarter in which the Hawks allowed 39 points.

"The third quarter was brutal," Atlanta coach Lloyd Pierce said. "The first timeout is called, and we just kind of fell apart the rest of that third quarter. It's really our defensive end. We just couldn't get stops."

Being unable to get stops is hardly a new development for the Hawks. While Atlanta has watched Young produce 29 games with at least 30 points, it also has allowed at least 130 points 14 times.

"There's a lot that needs to be changed," Young said. "We've just got to bring it more. We need to fight harder. It's stuff that we can control. Defensive end, we've got to fight harder."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 4/6/2020 2:42:23 PM EST

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