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NBA : Money Line Matchup
Tuesday 11/14/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




SAN ANTONIO (8 - 5) at DALLAS (2 - 12)
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Tuesday, 11/14/2017 8:35 PM
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SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-5-0.97-56-7103.049.845.5%52.599.650.346.5%49.5
Road Games2-3-3.91-32-395.845.641.8%53.899.251.447.2%50.2
Last 5 Games4-1+24-13-2112.052.450.7%47.498.249.646.2%50.8
Division Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.049.839-8645.5%9-2338.7%15-2075.6%521224178146
vs opponents surrendering105.853.139-8645.8%10-2836.5%17-2276.3%521023208155
Team Stats (Road Games)95.845.636-8741.8%7-2133.6%16-2271.2%541321158145
Stats Against (All Games)99.650.339-8346.5%9-2635.8%13-1970.2%50822208155
vs opponents averaging105.252.639-8545.5%10-2936.0%17-2276.3%521022218155
Stats Against (Road Games)99.251.439-8247.2%10-2637.7%12-1576.6%50821217165

DALLAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-12-93-117-699.549.742.4%47.8107.754.447.5%53.6
Home Games1-6-6.41-64-2101.952.343.4%46.9108.454.147.0%56.9
Last 5 Games1-4-0.51-42-3101.850.643.5%48.2106.652.046.0%55.2
Division Games1-3-1.62-20-394.744.239.1%
DALLAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)99.549.736-8542.4%12-3335.9%15-2075.8%48920207154
vs opponents surrendering105.553.539-8545.4%11-3035.9%18-2376.9%511022218165
Team Stats (Home Games)101.952.336-8443.4%12-3435.7%17-2373.0%47821207134
Stats Against (All Games)107.754.438-8147.5%12-3138.5%19-2479.0%54922219155
vs opponents averaging106.154.339-8445.9%11-3036.3%18-2377.9%51922229155
Stats Against (Home Games)108.454.140-8547.0%12-2939.3%17-2277.1%571122208154
Average power rating of opponents played: SAN ANTONIO 96.2,  DALLAS 97.6
SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/21/2017@ CHICAGO87-77W-10T200.5U38-9340.9%631131-8237.8%5119
10/25/2017@ MIAMI117-100W-3W196.5O42-7655.3%511537-8046.2%349
10/27/2017@ ORLANDO87-114L-5.5L207U30-8933.7%551748-8457.1%5118
10/29/2017@ INDIANA94-97L-6.5L209U36-9040.0%511536-7746.8%5419
10/30/2017@ BOSTON94-108L3.5L193.5O36-8741.4%491142-8847.7%6113
11/2/2017GOLDEN STATE92-112L8.5L220U34-8739.1%551643-8351.8%4814
11/7/2017LA CLIPPERS120-107W-4W204.5O45-8453.6%401342-8251.2%4817
11/14/2017@ DALLAS              
11/15/2017@ MINNESOTA              
11/17/2017OKLAHOMA CITY              
11/22/2017@ NEW ORLEANS              
11/25/2017@ CHARLOTTE              

DALLAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/21/2017@ HOUSTON91-107L11.5L216U31-8436.9%471439-8247.6%5813
10/23/2017GOLDEN STATE103-133L13.5L217O38-9639.6%551248-8655.8%5716
10/26/2017@ MEMPHIS91-96L7.5W194.5U32-9434.0%611430-7341.1%5118
10/30/2017@ UTAH89-104L8.5L190.5O34-7644.7%492438-8047.5%4014
11/1/2017@ LA CLIPPERS98-119L10.5L207.5O35-8939.3%431441-7753.2%5616
11/3/2017NEW ORLEANS94-99L4.5L211U34-8838.6%511536-8940.4%6712
11/4/2017@ MINNESOTA99-112L12L214U40-8646.5%331643-7954.4%5618
11/7/2017@ WASHINGTON113-99W9.5W213.5U43-9147.3%571132-7542.7%4515
11/12/2017@ OKLAHOMA CITY99-112L10L203.5O37-8742.5%512036-7250.0%4715
11/14/2017SAN ANTONIO              
11/22/2017@ MEMPHIS              
11/25/2017OKLAHOMA CITY              
11/27/2017@ SAN ANTONIO              
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.
DALLAS: The Mavericks will have to overachieve to avoid missing the playoffs in a second straight season for the first time since their abysmal decade of 1990s was wrapping up. They need a big contribution from center Nerlens Noel, who will come off the bench because of the way the roster is constructed and has plenty to prove after failing to get long-term deal and settling for $4.1 million qualifying offer as restricted free agent. Harrison Barnes' continuing development as a go-to scorer can help make things more enjoyable for Dirk Nowitzki, who joins Kobe Bryant as the only players with 20 seasons for one franchise. The key to the team's success could ultimately hinge on Dennis Smith Jr., who was taken ninth overall, the highest draft position for Mavericks since getting Nowitzki in 1998. Already touted by head coach Rick Carlisle as a point guard with skills the Mavericks have never had at that position, Smith will have to assimilate to the NBA game quickly for this team to be competitive. He turns 20 in November.
Struggling Mavs hope to slow down Spurs

DALLAS -- There was a time when the Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs were the fiercest of rivals, teams separated by four hours on I-35 and always a good bet to meet in the playoffs.

While a Spurs-Mavs game will always fire up the local fan bases, who share no love lost -- times have certainly changed, and mostly in Dallas. The Mavericks are a Western Conference-worst 2-12 and looking much more like a leading lottery team than a playoff contender.

The Spurs, meanwhile, just keep on trucking under coach Gregg Popovich. They will enter Tuesday night's first meeting of the season at American Airlines Center -- the first of four meetings between the teams in 32 days -- still without injured stars Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, yet having managed an 8-5 record.

And what can only be described as bad news for Dallas, which is 1-6 on its home floor, is that the Spurs have ramped things up in recent game. After struggling at both ends in the first few weeks, San Antonio has put together a five-game stretch in which its offensive efficiency has reached 114.8, lagging behind only Golden State and Houston during that stretch.

The Spurs are also likely to get guards Danny Green and Manu Ginobili back in the lineup. Both missed Saturday's blowout win against the Chicago Bulls.

Green was dealing with a hamstring issue, and the 40-year-old Ginobili was held out to rest as San Antonio wrapped up its six-game homestand with a fourth win.

"It started out with that tough match against Golden State, and now we know how difficult they are as a team to ," Spurs forward Pau Gasol told reporters after Saturday's victory. "(Friday) night (against Milwaukee) is the one we shoulda-coulda gotten and we didn't. But overall, with the rest of the games, we took care of business and now we go on the road."

Dallas will try to prevent suffering a third consecutive loss after a big win last week at Washington that they thought could help them turn the corner. But ugly third quarters against Cleveland and then Oklahoma City sealed their fate in their last two ballgames.

A loss to the Spurs would give the Mavericks the same record they had last season after 15 games, but least last year they had the excuse of Dirk Nowitzki missing 10 of the season's first 13 games.

He has been available for every game so far this season, but the 39-year-old has struggled to find his shooting rhythm and to be a key factor when Dallas can't depend on scoring from its other big offensive producers in Harrison Barnes and rookie point guard Dennis Smith Jr.

The Mavs have managed to stay close against good teams, but third-quarter lapses have provided big runs for opponents.

The Cavaliers used a 15-2 run in their 34-point third quarter to make a fourth-quarter rally fall short, and the Thunder scored 39 points in Sunday's third quarter to break the game open.

"I felt like sometimes we just kind of got stagnant," Barnes said of the OKC loss. "We didn't really get much out of our possessions. And when you're going up against a team that can really get out in transition, can go and attack, I thought that was where our breakdowns were."

Last Updated: 7/12/2020 11:27:37 PM EST

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