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GOLDEN STATE (12 - 4) at DALLAS (6 - 8)
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Saturday, 11/17/2018 8:35 PM
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517GOLDEN STATE-3.5-2.5
GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-4+48-88-8118.661.850.4%52.5110.756.544.6%51.2
Road Games4-3-0.82-55-2117.361.150.8%50.3112.755.944.8%53.6
Last 5 Games2-3-31-42-3107.853.447.1%50.2113.056.046.3%52.8
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)118.661.844-8850.4%12-2941.1%18-2281.8%521029237156
vs opponents surrendering110.95641-8846.2%11-3035.4%19-2576.7%541124228155
Team Stats (Road Games)117.361.144-8750.8%12-3040.4%17-2179.9%50926237147
Stats Against (All Games)110.756.540-9044.6%11-3632.0%19-2574.8%511024218134
vs opponents averaging109.655.340-8845.3%11-3234.5%19-2575.4%531023238155
Stats Against (Road Games)112.755.940-8944.8%13-3734.5%20-2772.4%541023208123

DALLAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games6-8-3.19-57-7110.756.246.7%53.6109.356.146.5%49.6
Home Games5-2+2.65-23-4116.159.749.1%53.0105.753.746.2%47.7
Last 5 Games4-1+3.84-11-4110.657.249.6%54.895.851.440.4%48.6
DALLAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)110.756.240-8646.7%12-3335.9%19-2575.5%541023227175
vs opponents surrendering112.355.942-8946.7%11-3136.2%18-2476.4%541124238155
Team Stats (Home Games)116.159.742-8649.1%13-3538.0%19-2576.7%531026228164
Stats Against (All Games)109.356.140-8646.5%11-3037.4%18-2377.6%509242510154
vs opponents averaging108.755.340-8845.3%10-3133.8%19-2575.5%531023228155
Stats Against (Home Games)105.753.739-8446.2%10-3033.7%18-2474.7%481022259164
Average power rating of opponents played: GOLDEN STATE 95.1,  DALLAS 93.3
GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/16/2018OKLAHOMA CITY108-100W-12L220.5U42-9544.2%652033-9136.3%6014
10/19/2018@ UTAH124-123W-2.5L218.5O49-8756.3%461640-8944.9%4816
10/21/2018@ DENVER98-100L-4.5L230.5U36-7945.6%511835-8640.7%668
10/26/2018@ NEW YORK128-100W-11.5W225O51-8758.6%431439-9043.3%4919
10/28/2018@ BROOKLYN120-114W-9.5L227.5O44-8949.4%511242-8748.3%4715
10/29/2018@ CHICAGO149-124W-11W228O53-9655.2%55746-9548.4%578
10/31/2018NEW ORLEANS131-121W-8.5W241O47-8952.8%541744-9247.8%5115
11/12/2018@ LA CLIPPERS116-121L-4L225.5O44-9446.8%531743-9147.3%5615
11/15/2018@ HOUSTON86-107L4.5L217U32-7642.1%531635-8740.2%525
11/17/2018@ DALLAS              
11/18/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              
11/21/2018OKLAHOMA CITY              
11/29/2018@ TORONTO              
12/1/2018@ DETROIT              
12/3/2018@ ATLANTA              

DALLAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/17/2018@ PHOENIX100-121L-2.5L212.5O38-8843.2%47944-8154.3%4811
10/24/2018@ ATLANTA104-111L-2L235.5U38-9141.8%611737-9140.7%6515
10/26/2018@ TORONTO107-116L11W221.5O38-9241.3%541444-9148.4%5512
10/29/2018@ SAN ANTONIO108-113L7W213O43-9147.3%562242-9146.2%4717
10/31/2018@ LA LAKERS113-114L7.5W234U43-8650.0%492343-8451.2%4620
11/2/2018NEW YORK106-118L-5.5L216O40-8149.4%491846-8454.8%4612
11/7/2018@ UTAH102-117L10L214O29-7339.7%562443-8948.3%4611
11/10/2018OKLAHOMA CITY111-96W-1.5W213.5U43-7755.8%481638-9739.2%5816
11/12/2018@ CHICAGO103-98W-2.5W215.5U37-8046.2%561835-8939.3%5317
11/17/2018GOLDEN STATE              
11/19/2018@ MEMPHIS              
11/28/2018@ HOUSTON              
11/30/2018@ LA LAKERS              
12/2/2018LA CLIPPERS              
GOLDEN STATE: LAST SEASON: 58-24, NBA champions.
COACH: Steve Kerr (fifth season)
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Stephen Curry (26.4 ppg), G Klay Thompson (20.0 ppg), F Kevin Durant (26.4 ppg), F Draymond Green (11.0 ppg), C Kevon Looney (4.0 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: C JaVale McGee, C David West, C Zaza Pachulia
KEY ADDITIONS: C DeMarcus Cousins, G Damion Lee, G Jacob Evans, F Jonas Jerebko
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Once Cousins returns to full health from his recovery after left Achilles tendon surgery, the Warriors could have an all-All-Star starting five. Jordan Bell and Kevon Looney made key contributions during the playoffs and will certainly be more heavily featured in Kerr's rotations given the departures of McGee, West and Pachulia.
OUTLOOK: With two straight titles and three in the past four years, Kerr has been stressing that his players must enjoy their time together because there are no guarantees of what could come next after this season with unsettled contract situations for Durant, Green and Thompson to name a few. Curry is coming off what he considers one of his best offseason training programs and Durant has captured the past two NBA Finals MVP crowns. With LeBron James now on the Lakers after four straight finals against Golden State with Cleveland, has the West made big enough offseason strides to keep up with star-studded Warriors?
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.
Warriors visit Mavericks on rare losing streak

Golden State was at its worst last time out.

Dallas was at its best.

How that translates when the teams meet in Dallas on Saturday could shed more light on where the teams go from here.

Golden State (12-4) was blown out 107-86 in Houston on Thursday, when Draymond Green rejoined the Warriors after his team-imposed one-game suspension for a verbal confrontation with Kevin Durant during an overtime loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday.

Dallas, meanwhile, showed its defensive prowess in a 118-68 victory over nemesis Utah on Wednesday, when the Mavs set a team record by limiting the Jazz to 22 pints in the second half.


The Warriors scored 92 points in the first half of a blowout victory in Chicago on Oct. 29, and they also had an 80-point first half against Washington.

But the most efficient offense in the league -- Golden State leads the league in field goal percentage and in assists per game -- was hardly itself at Houston, when it also played without Steph Curry for the fourth straight game.

"We played a very poor game," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said afterward.

"We're banged up a little bit physically and right now we're banged spiritually. There is no getting around that. We have to fill up our cup and get our spirit back and our energy back.

And we're going to.

Durant had 20 points when the Warriors lost for the second time in three games, but Klay Thompson (10 points) was the only other starter to score in double figures as the reserves began subbing in midway through the fourth quarter.

Green had five points and five rebounds in 24 minutes, missing all three of his field goals attempts, two from three-point range.

"I think the energy was definitely not there," Green said. "You know, it happens. We have to get better, continue to build. We'll be fine."

The Warriors shot a season-low 42.1 percent from the field, a season low for the second straight game, and made just 4-of-18 threes. The four makes also was a season low.

"The switching (defenses make it) kind of tough to get open looks at the 3-point line," said Durant, who was 6-of-15 from the field and missed both his 3-point attempts.

"Obviously every team now knows we shoot a lot of threes. With Steph out it's going to be tough for us to get those quick 3-pointers that we usually get against our actions."

Green's off night was not concerning to Kerr.

"Draymond may not have had his best night; In fact, he played very poorly," Kerr said.

"But I like his approach. He was genuine. He was competing. Nothing went his way. I like where he is heading. The rest of our team, we have to lift our spirits up and get back in the saddle."

At the same time, Dallas (6-8) is riding high.

The Mavericks are on their first three-game winning streak of the season and have won four of five. Playing the kind of defense coach Rick Carlisle preaches, they held Utah to 31.3 percent field goal shooting after keeping Chicago and Oklahoma City under 40 percent in the previous two.

"I can't remember a better defensive performance by a Mavericks team in 11 years," Carlisle said after the Utah game. "I am just really impressed with the way the guys brought it against a ridiculously difficult team to play. They are well coached, and they slice-and-dice you do death. Our starting group is developing some real defensive grit together."

The Mavs' 50-point victory was tied for the second-largest in franchise history. The Jazz scored nine points in the fourth quarter.

"We have worked very hard on defense the last two weeks," Carlisle said. "We have shown improvement, everybody was completely connected."

Reserve point guard J.J. Barea had 14 of the Mavs' 66 bench points against the Jazz, and Mavs' reserves -- including Dorian Finney-Smith, Dwight Powell and Jalen Brunson -- have scored 163 points in the last three games.

"The second unit has played together more, so it makes sense that they have jelled a little quicker than the starters, who have two or three new guys," Carlisle said. "Everybody has to keep working towards the same common goal of us being the best team we can be."

Wesley Matthews, who tweaked his tender hamstring in his return Wednesday, is not expected to play.

Last Updated: 5/25/2019 8:04:02 AM EST

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