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NBA : ATS Matchup
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LA LAKERS (34 - 8) at BOSTON (27 - 14)
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Monday, 1/20/2020 7:35 PM
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LA LAKERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games34-8+11.723-1820-22114.259.348.6%53.9105.653.943.8%51.6
Road Games18-3+16.912-911-10115.058.848.9%54.4108.056.744.8%51.7
Last 5 Games4-1+0.74-15-0124.863.251.3%55.0111.457.044.5%53.6
LA LAKERS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)114.259.343-8848.6%11-3136.1%17-2374.0%541026219147
vs opponents surrendering11155.741-8945.7%12-3435.3%18-2377.2%541024218145
Team Stats (Road Games)115.058.843-8948.9%11-3136.2%17-2470.5%541025218147
Stats Against (All Games)105.653.938-8843.8%11-3233.4%18-2379.0%521023218154
vs opponents averaging111.255.641-8945.8%12-3435.6%18-2377.5%531024217145
Stats Against (Road Games)108.056.739-8744.8%12-3335.8%18-2376.8%52923228144

BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games27-14+0.823-1719-21111.753.845.7%53.5105.652.144.6%53.1
Home Games16-5+3.211-1011-9114.755.347.2%52.4107.253.045.9%50.9
Last 5 Games2-3-5.83-24-0119.659.047.8%52.6114.657.448.0%51.8
BOSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)111.753.841-9045.7%12-3435.2%18-2280.7%541123218136
vs opponents surrendering110.755.541-8945.9%12-3435.6%17-2376.5%531024218145
Team Stats (Home Games)114.755.342-8947.2%12-3336.8%19-2283.3%521024218126
Stats Against (All Games)105.652.139-8644.6%12-3434.7%17-2374.0%531023217156
vs opponents averaging109.854.940-8945.5%12-3335.5%17-2276.1%541024218145
Stats Against (Home Games)107.253.040-8645.9%12-3634.8%15-2172.0%51924216145
Average power rating of opponents played: LA LAKERS 95.4,  BOSTON 94.9
LA LAKERS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/11/2019@ ORLANDO96-87W-8.5W210.5U37-8742.5%581334-8142.0%5414
12/13/2019@ MIAMI113-110W-5.5L211.5O43-8749.4%601939-8545.9%448
12/15/2019@ ATLANTA101-96W-12L230U36-8442.9%652231-8636.0%5019
12/17/2019@ INDIANA102-105L-2.5L209U43-9147.3%511341-8548.2%5712
12/19/2019@ MILWAUKEE104-111L3.5L227U37-8046.2%451836-7746.8%5313
12/25/2019LA CLIPPERS106-111L-2L221.5U39-9640.6%521339-8545.9%6416
12/28/2019@ PORTLAND128-120W-5W224O47-9151.6%50941-8647.7%4816
1/3/2020NEW ORLEANS123-113W-10T225O43-8650.0%521248-10247.1%5111
1/7/2020NEW YORK117-87W-13.5W223.5U41-8250.0%531837-9538.9%5617
1/10/2020@ DALLAS129-114W-1.5W223O47-8952.8%56739-9640.6%629
1/11/2020@ OKLAHOMA CITY125-110W9W214O51-9951.5%591243-9246.7%427
1/18/2020@ HOUSTON124-115W3.5W234.5O45-9348.4%581740-9044.4%5520
1/20/2020@ BOSTON              
1/22/2020@ NEW YORK              
1/23/2020@ BROOKLYN              
1/25/2020@ PHILADELPHIA              
1/28/2020LA CLIPPERS              
2/1/2020@ SACRAMENTO              
2/4/2020SAN ANTONIO              

BOSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/11/2019@ INDIANA117-122L1.5L210.5O43-8749.4%521541-8548.2%4710
12/18/2019@ DALLAS109-103W2.5W212.5U35-8640.7%651534-8739.1%477
12/25/2019@ TORONTO118-102W-4W214.5O46-9250.0%551938-8047.5%3917
12/31/2019@ CHARLOTTE109-92W-7.5W210U44-9745.4%621034-8639.5%5017
1/4/2020@ CHICAGO111-104W1W208O43-8252.4%521934-8042.5%4515
1/6/2020@ WASHINGTON94-99L-9L223U33-9534.7%651639-8446.4%5714
1/8/2020SAN ANTONIO114-129L-2L220O37-8941.6%461548-8755.2%5014
1/9/2020@ PHILADELPHIA98-109L1L219U38-8843.2%431443-8848.9%5712
1/11/2020NEW ORLEANS140-105W-11.5W223O55-10055.0%601040-10040.0%5416
1/16/2020@ MILWAUKEE123-128L11W228O43-9843.9%55743-8749.4%6010
1/20/2020LA LAKERS              
1/24/2020@ ORLANDO              
1/26/2020@ NEW ORLEANS              
1/28/2020@ MIAMI              
1/30/2020GOLDEN STATE              
2/3/2020@ ATLANTA              
LA LAKERS: LAST SEASON: 37-45, finished 10th in Western Conference.
COACH: Frank Vogel (first season with Lakers; ninth season overall, 304-291).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Rajon Rondo (9.2 ppg), G Danny Green (10.3 with Toronto), F LeBron James (27.4), F Anthony Davis (25.9 with New Orleans), C JaVale McGee (12.0).
KEY LOSSES: F Brandon Ingram, G Lonzo Ball, G Josh Hart, G Lance Stephenson.
KEY ADDITIONS: Davis, Green, C Dwight Howard, G Avery Bradley, F Jared Dudley, G Quinn Cook.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: The evolving chemistry between James and Davis will be at the forefront, but the Lakers' success in creating an immediate title contender could hinge on the supporting cast. Green must keep the outside shooting proficiency he demonstrated last season for Toronto, while Kyle Kuzma must find a role on a reconfigured roster. The Lakers' biggest early-season subplot of all might be around Howard, whose return to LA after six seasons away could be greeted by boos or cheers.
OUTLOOK: An aspiring super team takes shape around James and Davis, who joined forces to do a whole lot more than end the Lakers' franchise-record playoff drought at six years. LA expects to be a title contender with two of the NBA's best players anchoring a lineup featuring perimeter shooting from Green and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, fast-break proficiency from Alex Caruso and Kuzma, and sturdy defense from Bradley, Rondo and McGee. Vogel's ability to fold this talent into a cohesive unit over the next few months will determine whether the Lakers can do something special in the spring.

Because of this important information, no power rating or computer score edges are posted for this game.

COACH: Brad Stevens (seventh season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Kemba Walker (25.6 ppg), G Gordon Hayward (11.5), F Jaylen Brown. (13.0), F Jayson Tatum (15.7), C Enes Kanter (13.7)
KEY LOSSES: G Kyrie Irving, F/C Al Horford, F Marcus Morris, G Terry Rozier.
KEY ADDITIONS: Walker, Kanter, G Romeo Langford, F Grant Williams, G Carsen Edwards.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: It starts with Walker, who jumped at the chance in free agency to join a perennial playoff team. Following Kyrie Irving's departure to Brooklyn, it will also give Walker the opportunity to do what Irving couldn't: lead the Celtics to an NBA Finals. He'll need help, though. And that will again put the spotlight on youngsters Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. Both took small steps backward last season as infighting and chemistry issues plagued the team. Now, both will have key roles, much like they did two seasons ago when Irving missed the playoffs and they helped get the team to the Eastern Conference finals. It's an especially big year for Brown. The Celtics have until Oct. 21 to decide whether to extend his contract for another season or let him become a restricted free agent next summer.
OUTLOOK: The Celtics are going to have to tweak their style of play a little without Irving or Horford. Irving was their chief scorer and Horford played a huge role facilitating offense in the half court as well as on defense. Kanter is a big man that can run, which should fit in nicely with the up-tempo style this athletic roster is built for. Whether this team is ultimately able to be a threat to win the East will depend on how well Walker leads and if the starting unit gets enough support from its youthful group of reserves.
Celtics aim to end three-game skid vs. red-hot Lakers

The banged-up Boston Celtics are hoping to be back to 100 percent as they get ready to host the Los Angeles Lakers in a primetime matchup Monday.

The Celtics have lost six of their last eight, playing most recently Saturday night without guard Kemba Walker (sore knee) and swingman Jaylen Brown (thumb sprain). Marcus Smart stepped up with a franchise-record 11 3-pointers, but Boston still fell 123-119 to the Phoenix Suns - its third straight loss.

The setback was the Celtics' third in their last five games at home after beginning 14-2 at TD Garden. Boston hasn't lost four games in a row this season.

The Lakers enter having won 10 of their last 11, including 124-115 in a showdown with the Houston Rockets on Saturday. Los Angeles is 18-3 on the road, the best mark in the league.

The matchup is the first in the season series between the two clubs; they meet again Feb. 23 in Los Angeles. Boston has won five of the last seven meetings.

The Celtics have scuffled of late, falling short despite fourth-quarter comebacks in each of their last two defeats. On Saturday, Boston was down 14 points with 2:13 left in the game and got within two on a Jayson Tatum 3-pointer with 5.5 seconds remaining before ultimately dropping the contest.

"We just have to be better," Gordon Hayward said. "Certainly we can't get behind like we have been recently, and you just make it hard on yourself. So proud that we fought back. Did the same thing in Milwaukee (on Thursday), but we can't dig ourselves a hole like that."

Smart did all he could to lift the team, scoring a career-high 37 points on his record-setting night.

"I'd rather have the win than the record," he said. "I mean obviously it's a great accomplishment. It just shows my hard work that I've been putting in is paying off. But that's it ... I'd really trade it in for the win."

Brown has missed two games with his thumb injury, though his return is expected soon. Saturday was Walker's first game missed with the knee; an MRI revealed no structural damage.

The Lakers have injury woes of their own, missing big man Anthony Davis (back) their last five games. It hasn't slowed them at all though, and the team will continue to play it cautious with Davis with a large lead on the top seed in the West.

After having their nine-game winning streak snapped against the Orlando Magic on Wednesday, the Lakers fell behind early to the Rockets before roaring back with a 32-17 scoring edge in the third quarter. LeBron James had 31 points and 12 assists, and Kyle Kuzma chipped in 23 points.

"We hated the loss that we had the other night against Orlando," James said. "So we had a couple of days to kind of just reshape, refocus and start the second half of the season the right way, and we did that tonight."

Though Kuzma scored 17 of his points in the second half, it was his defense on Russell Westbrook that had him earning praise postgame. Westbrook only scored 13 in the second half.

"That helped changed the game for us," said James.

-Field Level Media

Last Updated: 9/28/2020 11:28:33 AM EST

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