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NBA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 11/25/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




OKLAHOMA CITY (8 - 10) at DALLAS (4 - 15)
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OKLAHOMA CITY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-10-14.17-106-12103.253.844.3%
Road Games2-7-12.42-73-6100.151.443.6%50.899.147.145.3%51.4
Last 5 Games2-3-3.81-32-3101.260.442.5%53.697.447.243.7%51.4
OKLAHOMA CITY Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.253.838-8644.3%11-3134.3%16-2273.5%5211212211145
vs opponents surrendering104.552.939-8446.0%11-2936.6%16-2176.6%51923208155
Team Stats (Road Games)100.151.438-8643.6%11-3134.2%14-2072.5%5110202212144
Stats Against (All Games)98.246.735-8143.7%10-2934.7%18-2377.8%521021218184
vs opponents averaging103.551.739-8545.1%10-2836.4%16-2177.3%511022208155
Stats Against (Road Games)99.147.136-7945.3%9-2832.9%19-2478.9%51922207185

DALLAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games4-15-86-138-1098.949.242.3%48.6105.252.746.6%53.8
Home Games2-9-7.43-85-5100.451.442.7%48.5105.151.245.8%55.6
Last 5 Games2-3+13-21-497.247.641.8%50.898.248.044.0%54.2
DALLAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)98.949.236-8642.3%11-3334.5%15-2076.5%49921207143
vs opponents surrendering104.15338-8445.3%10-2935.7%17-2276.5%511022218155
Team Stats (Home Games)100.451.436-8442.7%12-3533.9%17-2276.8%49821217134
Stats Against (All Games)105.252.738-8146.6%11-3036.6%19-2478.2%54822219155
vs opponents averaging104.953.739-8445.8%10-2935.8%18-2377.7%51923218155
Stats Against (Home Games)105.151.238-8345.8%11-2936.8%18-2475.8%561021208144
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA CITY 96.9,  DALLAS 97.1
OKLAHOMA CITY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/19/2017NEW YORK105-84W-12W215U39-9043.3%571832-7940.5%5425
10/21/2017@ UTAH87-96L-4L200U32-7841.0%501738-7749.4%4518
10/27/2017@ MINNESOTA116-119L-2L218O43-8650.0%431442-8648.8%5515
10/28/2017@ CHICAGO101-69W-8.5W203U39-8844.3%601122-7828.2%5419
10/31/2017@ MILWAUKEE110-91W-2.5W210.5U40-8149.4%551532-7642.1%3714
11/5/2017@ PORTLAND99-103L-3L211.5U40-8944.9%431337-7450.0%5621
11/7/2017@ SACRAMENTO86-94L-10.5L202.5U29-8633.7%551437-7946.8%5023
11/9/2017@ DENVER94-102L-2L215.5U38-9042.2%541638-8246.3%5419
11/10/2017LA CLIPPERS120-111W-5W210O40-7851.3%481239-8446.4%5518
11/17/2017@ SAN ANTONIO101-104L-1.5L200O39-8943.8%50834-7744.2%5613
11/20/2017@ NEW ORLEANS107-114L-2.5L213O38-8942.7%471441-8051.2%5619
11/22/2017GOLDEN STATE108-91W5W221.5U41-9045.6%601633-8041.2%4722
11/25/2017@ DALLAS              
11/29/2017@ ORLANDO              
12/3/2017SAN ANTONIO              
12/9/2017@ MEMPHIS              

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 ANTONIO91-97L6.5W200U33-8140.7%471535-7944.3%5412
11/22/2017@ MEMPHIS95-94W6W199U39-9142.9%48837-8145.7%5717
11/25/2017OKLAHOMA CITY              
11/27/2017@ SAN ANTONIO              
12/2/2017LA CLIPPERS              
12/6/2017@ BOSTON              
12/8/2017@ MILWAUKEE              
12/10/2017@ MINNESOTA              
OKLAHOMA CITY: New arrivals Paul George and Carmelo Anthony will provide the scoring help Russell Westbrook so desperately needed last season. Anthony has been the focal point of the offense throughout his career, and even at 33 years old, he still is an elite scorer. He plans to bring that scorer's mentality to the Thunder, and Westbrook and George say the team needs it. There will be days when Anthony doesn't get the touches he's used to, and how he handles that will largely determine whether Oklahoma City is able to find a rhythm. George and Andre Roberson are elite perimeter stoppers, and Westbrook and Steven Adams are capable defenders. Adams is an emerging force in the paint, and Raymond Felton and Patrick Patterson are critical additions to the bench. The Thunder believe they can contend with Golden State, Houston and San Antonio for Western Conference supremacy.
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.
Thunder-Mavericks Preview

DALLAS -- The new-look Oklahoma City Thunder thought they finally might be finding their groove after a double-digit win over the defending champion Golden State Warriors.

Two nights later, however, and it was back to the drawing board for Russell Westbrook, Paul George and Carmelo Anthony.

The Thunder couldn't hold a 15-point lead in the third quarter at home against the Detroit Pistons and fell to 8-10 heading into the second half of a back-to-back on Saturday at the Dallas Mavericks, who have been finding some footing of late.

As has been the case with the Thunder, they went from hot to cold, scoring 59 points in the first half but then just 18 and 21 in the third and fourth quarters, respectively. The Big Three combined to go 7 of 26 from the floor, including 2 of 11 from beyond the 3-point arc, for 16 points.

"We scored 39 points in the second half, and we're a better team than that," Thunder coach Billy Donovan said.

Westbrook had an opportunity to win it but opted for a 3-pointer that didn't go.

"We're going to live and die with Russ taking that shot," George said. "He had a good look, but it just didn't go in."

The Mavericks (4-15) remain in the cellar of the Western Conference, but the record can be a bit deceiving considering a slew of close losses and fourth-quarter collapses. One of the latter occurred earlier in the week when they blew a 13-point lead with seven minutes to go against the Boston Celtics.

That loss prevented what would have been a three-game win streak after Dallas bounced back on the road to defeat the Memphis Grizzlies. Harrison Barnes, who missed a jumper in the final second that could have defeated Boston, banked in a buzzer-beating 3-pointer.

For Barnes, who has assumed the closer role for 39-year-old Dirk Nowitzki, the ups and downs have been part of the maturation process.

"When the team trusts you to have the ball in your hands late in the game and you miss a shot like that, you kind of beat yourself up a little," Barnes said, according to the Dallas Morning News. "But you have to move on. So when you come to (the Memphis game), and to make that shot, it felt great."

Mavs rookie point guard Dennis Smith Jr. will get his second look at Westbrook, who fell one assist shy of a triple-double in the first meeting between these teams, a 112-99 Thunder victory at Oklahoma City, and will likely be a tad agitated after missing the mark Friday.

In four games during the last two seasons against Dallas (three last season, one this season), Westbrook has averaged 34.5 points, 8.3 rebounds and 5.8 assists.

Even with George and Anthony in the fold, Westbrook remains a triple-double threat on most nights -- he's averaging 20.9 points, 9.6 assists and 8.8 rebounds -- and Mavs coach Rick Carlisle knows he's also still the Thunder's primary engine.

"To me, he's proven he can do anything he puts his mind to on the basketball court," Mavs coach Rick Carlisle said, according to the Dallas Morning News. "He'll do everything he needs to make the three of them function at the highest possible level. And that's one of the reasons they're going to be very difficult to play."

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 3:05:54 AM EST

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