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NEW ORLEANS (15 - 24) at BROOKLYN (8 - 29)
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NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-24-7.618-2018-21102.452.543.8%52.8105.453.444.0%56.4
Road Games5-13-3.27-107-1198.850.742.8%52.8104.953.844.4%56.1
Last 5 Games2-3-0.83-21-499.651.642.4%52.498.849.040.6%57.4
NEW ORLEANS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)102.452.538-8743.8%9-2635.3%17-2375.7%53923187126
vs opponents surrendering104.852.638-8545.2%10-2735.6%18-2476.8%521022208145
Team Stats (Road Games)98.850.737-8642.8%9-2536.2%16-2175.1%53922187126
Stats Against (All Games)105.453.439-9044.0%11-3035.4%16-2077.3%561124197135
vs opponents averaging105.45339-8545.5%10-2736.1%18-2376.9%521023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)104.953.839-8944.4%12-3137.1%14-1974.7%561124187135

BROOKLYN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-29-717-1821-16105.152.743.9%51.9114.155.946.1%56.6
Home Games7-12+3.410-99-10104.555.543.9%53.4111.454.644.6%57.4
Last 5 Games0-5-4.21-42-399.648.643.9%52.2112.053.244.8%58.4
BROOKLYN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)105.152.738-8543.9%11-3333.7%19-2478.1%52921217175
vs opponents surrendering104.752.739-8645.3%10-2735.6%18-2376.9%521023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)104.555.538-8643.9%11-3233.4%19-2478.0%531020217175
Stats Against (All Games)114.155.942-9246.1%10-2935.6%19-2577.2%5711242010136
vs opponents averaging105.553.139-8545.6%10-2636.2%18-2377.5%521023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)111.454.641-9344.6%11-3035.3%18-2475.3%5712222110135
Average power rating of opponents played: NEW ORLEANS 96.4,  BROOKLYN 96
NEW ORLEANS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/4/2016@ OKLAHOMA CITY92-101L6L214.5U36-9836.7%621141-8946.1%6615
12/10/2016@ LA CLIPPERS105-133L15L200O40-8348.2%481654-9457.4%4510
12/11/2016@ PHOENIX120-119W2W216O38-9739.2%611144-9645.8%6616
12/13/2016GOLDEN STATE109-113L11W225U39-8247.6%491742-9544.2%5512
12/16/2016@ HOUSTON100-122L12L224.5U40-9840.8%581142-9444.7%6614
12/18/2016@ SAN ANTONIO100-113L12L208O41-8946.1%491042-8648.8%5313
12/20/2016@ PHILADELPHIA108-93W-3.5W205U40-9343.0%641133-8240.2%5113
12/21/2016OKLAHOMA CITY110-121L1.5L209O42-8847.7%43945-8851.1%5510
12/28/2016LA CLIPPERS102-98W0W209U40-8746.0%50637-9638.5%7011
12/30/2016NEW YORK104-92W-3.5W216U38-8544.7%491335-9337.6%5814
1/2/2017@ CLEVELAND82-90L9W217.5U32-8836.4%551334-9037.8%6611
1/7/2017@ BOSTON108-117L6L212O40-8547.1%511140-9343.0%5410
1/9/2017@ NEW YORK110-96W3.5W214.5U41-8548.2%49836-8542.4%5014
1/12/2017@ BROOKLYN              
1/14/2017@ CHICAGO              
1/16/2017@ INDIANA              
1/25/2017OKLAHOMA CITY              
1/27/2017SAN ANTONIO              

BROOKLYN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/3/2016@ MILWAUKEE103-112L10W214.5O34-9137.4%621440-8547.1%5911
12/10/2016@ SAN ANTONIO101-130L16L211.5O36-8741.4%481650-9453.2%5210
12/12/2016@ HOUSTON118-122L13.5W229.5O42-8052.5%521942-9146.2%5914
12/14/2016LA LAKERS107-97W1W228U33-8638.4%711535-9138.5%6110
12/16/2016@ ORLANDO111-118L6.5L217O39-8347.0%531739-9740.2%627
12/18/2016@ PHILADELPHIA107-108L1T216U36-8144.4%531638-8942.7%5417
12/20/2016@ TORONTO104-116L15.5W225U36-9139.6%611642-9146.2%5613
12/22/2016GOLDEN STATE101-117L13L231U38-8644.2%542647-10445.2%5812
12/23/2016@ CLEVELAND99-119L16.5L225.5U38-8544.7%471945-9945.5%6011
12/28/2016@ CHICAGO99-101L9.5W214U37-8643.0%441435-8839.8%6318
12/30/2016@ WASHINGTON95-118L7.5L219U32-7443.2%352147-8356.6%4819
1/5/2017@ INDIANA109-121L10.5L219O41-9045.6%541348-9351.6%476
1/12/2017NEW ORLEANS              
1/13/2017@ TORONTO              
1/20/2017@ NEW ORLEANS              
1/21/2017@ CHARLOTTE              
1/23/2017SAN ANTONIO              
1/27/2017@ CLEVELAND              
1/28/2017@ MINNESOTA              
NEW ORLEANS: BACKCOURT: PG Jrue Holiday is out indefinitely taking care of his wife, who is ill. His presence will make a significant impact when he returns, as the offense runs through him. G Tyreke Evans can do a lot of things, but is much less steady as a ball handler. No one doubts rookie SG Buddy Hield can shoot, but he has a lot to prove in other areas. New Orleans also signed SG Lance Stephenson in the offseason. . . . FRONTCOURT: It should tell you something that PF Anthony Davis had something of a disappointing season with over 24 points and 10 rebounds per game. He's still only 23, and ought to improve for years to come. Perhaps coach Alvin Gentry should move him to center, because Omer Asik and Alexis Ajinca are both weak spots for New Orleans when they're on the floor there. . . . BOTTOM LINE: It was an underwhelming season in New Orleans last year, in no small part due to injuries. Their ability to go over the total would seem, right now, highly dependent on when Holiday returns. Frankly, he has more important issues to deal with.
BROOKLYN: BACKCOURT: Linsanity II: The Gentrification is fully underway. PG Jeremy Lin is back in the city that made him famous, and he immediately becomes the face of the franchise for a team that desperately needed one. SG Rondae Hollis-Jefferson can't shoot, but he has time to improve and is already excellent as a defender. PG Greivis Vasquez will get the team fired up off the bench, and rookie PG Isaiah Whitehead brings scoring and Brooklyn toughness. . . . FRONTCOURT: While Lin might be the biggest name, C Brook Lopez is pretty easily the Nets' best player. He has his limitations, but he still appears to be adding to his game and is the clear focal point for the offense. PF Trevor Booker adds to the toughness that pervades the roster, and PF Luis Scola brings some fancy post moves. Look for PF Chris McCullough to surprise some people after sitting for most of his rookie season. . . . BOTTOM LINE: The Nets are really, really bad. The pieces on the roster don't fit together particularly well and, even if they did, they'd still be at a significant talent deficiency. At least they can look forward to making the Celtics' first round pick.
Davis questionable as Pelicans face Nets

NEW YORK -- The New Orleans Pelicans held their breath when Anthony Davis took a hard foul and crashed into the front row of the stands at Madison Square Garden Monday.

Opposing defenders hold their breath and hope for the best each time Davis touches the ball near or around the rim.

Other than hope, there is little stopping Davis this season and the center looks to have another stellar performance if he plays Thursday night when the Pelicans visit the Brooklyn Nets.

Davis is listed as questionable with a left hip injury he sustained from a flagrant two foul from New York forward Kyle O'Quinn in the closing minutes of the third quarter of a 110-96 win. Davis hit two free throws after getting fouled and exited the game with 40 points and 18 rebounds.

"Sore, sore," Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said of Davis' condition after the star did not do much in practice Wednesday. "We weren't going to have him do a whole lot today. He'll get treatment all day today and then tomorrow morning we'll see how he feels."

The Pelicans did not need the 23-year-old to play the fourth as they turned in one of their best games from start to finish.

"I was being aggressive," Davis said. "I know where we are as a team, what we're trying to do as a team. I just tried to come out aggressive. That was it."

Davis' aggressiveness resulted in his fifth game with 40 points this season, his 25th double. He came within four of his career high for rebounds and finished 14 of 22 from the floor.

Davis' performance helped the Pelicans (15-24) win for the fifth time in their last eight games. During one of the Pelicans' best stretches of the season, he is averaging 26.8 points, 16.1 rebounds and shooting 51.2 percent (80 of 166).

"When he's playing at a high level, it shows where our team is at," New Orleans rookie guard Buddy Hield said.

Despite Davis getting 40 points and over 15 rebounds in the same game for the sixth time, the Pelicans still are digging out of a 2-10 start, which morphed into a 9-20 hole before the current improvement.

If he plays, Davis will be looking for his first 30-point game against the Nets. In six games against Brooklyn, Davis is averaging 18 points with three double-doubles and has yet to score more than 24 points against the Nets.

He will also be looking to help the Pelicans continue playing somewhat improved defense. Monday was the 15th time, New Orleans allowed less than 100 and it is 9-6 when doing so.

"We have to play the way we played (tonight on the rest of the road trip). I thought we were efficient offensively. Our defense has been pretty solid the last two or three weeks. I've been happy with that, but we've struggled offensively (recently)," Gentry said."

The Nets (8-29) are on their second seven-game losing streak of the season and their fourth since the start of last season. Brooklyn is 4-25 in its last 29 games and 1-12 in its last three since a 10-point win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Dec. 14.

Brooklyn has led the league in pace most of the season but its offense is faltering at times to go along with the league's worst scoring defense (114.1 points per game). Since beating the Lakers, the Nets have been held under 100 six times and shot less than 45 percent eight times.

The latest instance was a 117-97 wire-to-wire loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night. The Nets shot 40.2 percent and committed 18 turnovers.

Brook Lopez led the Nets with 20 points and Bojan Bogdanovic added 16 but there was little other help offensively. While Lopez and Bogdanovic were a combined 13 of 24 from the floor, the rest of the team shot 34.9 percent (22 of 63).

It marked the seventh straight game where the Nets did not get two players with at least 20 points and also was Brooklyn's 18th double-digit loss.

"They had more energy, especially the first half and they outworked us," Lopez said. "And the numbers clearly show it."

Trevor Booker did not play due to a left hip contusion but is expected to play Thursday. Booker is Brooklyn's top rebounder at nine per game and a rebounding percentage of 17.3.

Without him, the Nets were outrebounded 33-22 in the first half and 53-48 overall Tuesday. Even when Booker is on the court, rebounding is among the many issues plaguing the Nets, who are 3-22 when getting outrebounded.

"I just keep harping on this, but I think rebounding is a team thing," Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson said. "Where we are, I think we have to rebound better as a team, so not on person."

New Orleans is 5-0 against the Nets since Feb. 9, 2014. Last season, Jrue Holiday hit the game-winner with one second left in a 105-103 home win on Jan. 30 and Tim Frazier totaled 19 points and 13 assists in a 106-87 win at Brooklyn on April 3.

Last Updated: 4/25/2018 8:43:05 PM EST

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