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NBA : ATS Matchup
Monday 10/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




CHICAGO (0 - 2) at DALLAS (1 - 1)
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CHICAGO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games0-2-21-12-0112.058.046.8%50.0122.562.543.8%62.5
Road Games0-1-10-11-0108.058.043.6%48.0127.065.047.3%64.0
Last 5 Games0-2-21-12-0112.058.046.8%50.0122.562.543.8%62.5
CHICAGO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)112.058.044-9446.8%9-2733.3%15-1978.9%50527214124
vs opponents surrendering108.753.442-9046.7%9-2832.7%15-2075.0%54827206145
Team Stats (Road Games)108.058.044-10143.6%11-3333.3%9-1275.0%48528234126
Stats Against (All Games)122.562.542-9743.8%15-3839.5%22-2684.9%621425207116
vs opponents averaging110.256.140-9443.1%12-3236.5%18-2280.2%571324207125
Stats Against (Road Games)127.065.044-9347.3%12-3633.3%27-3090.0%6411301710138

DALLAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games1-1-0.41-12-0120.057.546.8%51.5128.562.553.3%48.0
Home Games1-0+11-01-0140.069.050.0%56.0136.069.052.4%48.0
Last 5 Games1-1-0.41-12-0120.057.546.8%51.5128.562.553.3%48.0
DALLAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)120.057.543-9346.8%13-4132.5%19-2772.2%511228227126
vs opponents surrendering117.257.643-9147.0%11-3234.0%21-2877.3%551327247145
Team Stats (Home Games)140.069.049-9850.0%17-5034.0%25-3473.5%561529288168
Stats Against (All Games)128.562.544-8253.3%16-3054.1%24-2885.7%48629267142
vs opponents averaging115.558.239-8347.4%12-3041.6%24-3081.2%48926257144
Stats Against (Home Games)136.069.044-8452.4%14-2751.9%34-4085.0%486233010173
Average power rating of opponents played: CHICAGO 99,  DALLAS 91.5
CHICAGO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/18/2018@ PHILADELPHIA108-127L12L221O44-10143.6%481244-9347.3%6413
10/22/2018@ DALLAS              
10/26/2018@ CHARLOTTE              
10/27/2018@ ATLANTA              
10/29/2018GOLDEN STATE              
11/5/2018@ NEW YORK              
11/7/2018@ NEW ORLEANS              

DALLAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/17/2018@ PHOENIX100-121L-2.5L212.5O38-8843.2%47944-8154.3%4811
10/24/2018@ ATLANTA              
10/26/2018@ TORONTO              
10/29/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              
10/31/2018@ LA LAKERS              
11/2/2018NEW YORK              
11/7/2018@ UTAH              
CHICAGO: LAST SEASON: 27-55, missed playoffs.
COACH: Fred Hoiberg (fourth season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: Kris Dunn (13.4 ppg), G Zach LaVine (16.7 ppg), F Justin Holiday (12.2 ppg), F Jabari Parker (12.6 ppg, Milwaukee), C Robin Lopez (11.8 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G Jerian Grant, G David Nwaba
KEY ADDITIONS: Parker, F Wendell Carter Jr., F Chandler Hutchison
PLAYERS TO WATCH: F Lauri Markkanen is expected to miss the first few weeks because of a high grade lateral elbow sprain he suffered in practice. From Finland, Markkanen, averaged 15.2 points and 7.5 rebounds in 68 games as a rookie last season. The Bulls are counting on LaVine to show he can be the cornerstone piece they envisioned when they acquired him along with Dunn and the rights to Markkanen from Minnesota for Jimmy Butler in the 2017 draft night trade. He was limited to 24 games last season, missing the first 42 while recovering from a torn ACL in his left knee and then sitting out the final 14 because of tendinitis in the same knee. That didn't stop Chicago from matching Sacramento's four-year, $80 million offer sheet for LaVine.
OUTLOOK: Though the Bulls hardly look like contenders in the Eastern Conference, the potential to make a jump is there. That hinges on improvement from Markkanen, LaVine and Dunn, Parker staying healthy and contributing, and maybe Carter chipping in after being drafted with the No. 7 overall pick.
DALLAS: LAST SEASON: 24-58, missed playoffs.
COACH: Rick Carlisle (11th season, 17th NBA season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Dennis Smith Jr. (15.2 ppg), G Wesley Matthews (12.7 ppg), F Harrison Barnes (18.9 ppg), F Luka Doncic (rookie), C DeAndre Jordan (12.0 ppg)
KEY LOSSES: G Yogi Ferrell, F Doug McDermott
KEY ADDITIONS: Doncic, Jordan
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Doncic, the third overall pick, is set to be the second straight teenager to start on opening night for the Mavericks, following Smith. The former Euroleague MVP is also expected to contribute right away, perhaps even more than Smith did in a solid rookie season. Jordan's rebounding is a component the Mavericks have lacked. They needed it badly enough that they happily welcomed the player who infamously agreed to join Dallas join three years only to change his mind before he could sign. That saga led to a two-year rebuilding job the Mavericks hope is over.
OUTLOOK: Carlisle is tired of losing coming off consecutive sub-.500 seasons for the first time in his 16-year
COACHing career. If Doncic makes the transition from Europe fairly smoothly and Smith continues to improve, the Mavericks should have a shot at a winning record. The playoffs might be a stretch, but it says something that Dirk Nowitzki is set to come off the bench for the first time since he was a rookie 20 years ago. The 40-year-old is gearing up for his 21st season with the same franchise, a record, but looks iffy for the opener because of lingering issues from ankle surgery at the end of last season.
Threes a crowd as Mavericks visit Bulls

Dallas coach Rick Carlisle is calling it the "new age of basketball."

The Mavericks are all in.

The Mavs hoisted up a franchise-record 50 3-pointers in a 140-136 victory over Minnesota in their home opener Saturday, when 19-year old Luka Doncic and Wesley Matthews made four 3-pointers apiece and Dennis Smith converted a tie-breaking threepoint play with 6.1 seconds remaining for the victory.

Next up, long-distance threat Zach LaVine and the Chicago Bulls, one of five winless teams after the first week and a half of the NBA season. They will meet Monday in Dallas.

"The days of games in the 80s are probably done," Carlisle said after the wild victory over the T-Wolves, in which nine Mavericks made at least one 3-pointer.

"Everything is spread out. There's freedom of movement. There's four attackers and often times five 3-point shooters and there are missiles flying everywhere. It's a systematic thing. You have to keep getting the good (threes). That's where the money is. It is such a potent weapon that the good threes are a must."

With their all-angle assault Saturday, the Mavs' 140 points was their highest total in reugulation since they beat the Los Angeles Lakers 140-106 on Nov. 21, 2014 -- a span of 316 games.

Loyalists could be excused for beginning to feel a little giddy -- the last time the Mavericks won 50 games was in 2014-15.

Precocious rookie Doncic had 26 points, six rebounds, three assists and six turnovers against Minnesota in his second career game. Smith, Matthews and reserve Dwight Powell had 19 points apiece, and center DeAndre Jordan had 22 points, 10 rebounds, and five blocked shots.

"We've got young guys with high character and poise with good basketball IQs," Jordan told reporters after the Minnesota game.

Dallas has received contributions from all corners. Powell has 35 points and 11 rebounds while making 12-of-15 field goal attempts in the first two games, and reserve point guard J.J. Barea has 21 points, 21 assists and one turnover in 42 minutes. He is tied for the league lead with 10.5 assists per game.

The Mavs have played without leading returning scorer Harrison Barnes, who has been out since preseason with a strained right hamstring and is not expected to the Bulls. Barnes made a career-high 119 threes last season while shooting 35.7 from distance.

"We've got to be like killer bees out there, swarming, going after everything," Carlisle said. "Everybody's got to be ready to hit a shot, everybody's got to be ready to get on the floor after a loose ball."

Bulls' guard LaVine had his second 30-point game of the season when he scored 33 in a 118-116 loss to Detroit in the Bulls' home opener on Saturday, when he tied the game on a 3-pointer with 24.1 seconds remaining but permitted Ish Smith to get past him for the go-ahead layups on the next possession. LaVine lost lost control of the ball while going up for a potential game-winning 3-pointer in the final seconds.

"I feel like I did good job facilitating, making the right plays, scored when I had to and we got back into the game," LaVine told reporters.

"I just have to end it. That's the main thing. I had a chance. It was an emotional roller coaster, going from hitting a game-tying three to letting the ball slip out of your hands. There were a lot of cuss words I said."

LaVine had 30 points in the season-opening loss at Philadelphia and is the third player in franchise history to score at least 30 points in the first two games of a season, the first since Michael Jordan in 1986.

"I loved his aggressiveness," Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said of LaVine after Saturday's loss. "I thought he started the game attacking, and that's when he's at his best."

The Bulls have played without starters Lauri Markkanen and Kris Dunn in their first two games but are expected to have guard Dunn back against Dallas. Dunn missed two games following the birth of his first child.

Last Updated: 3/23/2019 2:32:55 PM EST

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