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NBA : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 2/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




SAN ANTONIO (35 - 23) at DENVER (30 - 26)
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Tuesday, 2/13/2018 10:35 PM
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SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games35-23+0.629-2526-31101.448.945.7%51.698.249.144.9%49.3
Road Games13-17-10.712-1511-1897.947.143.7%52.497.647.744.3%51.8
Last 5 Games1-4-4.72-34-1107.051.846.2%54.0105.251.645.9%49.6
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)101.448.939-8445.7%9-2535.8%16-2077.7%521023177135
vs opponents surrendering105.953.339-8546.1%10-2936.4%17-2276.8%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)97.947.137-8443.7%8-2434.0%16-2176.0%521021178135
Stats Against (All Games)98.249.137-8344.9%9-2635.0%14-1975.0%49921198134
vs opponents averaging105.35339-8545.7%10-2936.1%17-2276.9%511023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)97.647.737-8444.3%9-2633.8%14-1975.4%52920208133

DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games30-26-8.726-2725-31107.253.546.4%52.6106.554.847.7%48.3
Home Games22-7+516-1212-17110.255.247.9%53.6103.852.946.7%47.1
Last 5 Games4-1+3.84-14-1118.059.649.9%49.4115.859.651.5%48.8
DENVER Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)107.253.540-8646.4%11-3036.1%16-2276.0%531124188155
vs opponents surrendering105.853.239-8645.9%10-2936.3%17-2276.8%511023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)110.255.241-8547.9%11-3137.5%17-2374.4%541127188155
Stats Against (All Games)106.554.841-8547.7%11-2937.3%14-1974.4%48924208145
vs opponents averaging105.753.139-8646.0%10-2936.3%17-2276.8%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)103.852.940-8546.7%11-3036.2%13-1873.1%47925218144
Average power rating of opponents played: SAN ANTONIO 95,  DENVER 95.6
SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/7/2018@ PORTLAND110-111L1T194.5O40-8149.4%521448-9252.2%439
1/8/2018@ SACRAMENTO107-100W-5W199.5O44-9048.9%441040-8248.8%5318
1/11/2018@ LA LAKERS81-93L-2L212U31-7640.8%522036-8741.4%5415
1/15/2018@ ATLANTA99-102L-5.5L201.5U37-8742.5%46940-8646.5%5415
1/17/2018@ BROOKLYN100-95W-5T204U34-8241.5%53935-8342.2%5714
1/19/2018@ TORONTO83-86L6W204U31-9134.1%611234-8540.0%5913
1/24/2018@ MEMPHIS108-85W-1W192O38-8246.3%461336-8343.4%5117
2/7/2018@ PHOENIX129-81W-10.5W202O46-9349.5%711233-9734.0%5211
2/10/2018@ GOLDEN STATE105-122L10L218.5O43-9445.7%431048-8556.5%5116
2/12/2018@ UTAH99-101L4W197O38-8544.7%571135-8441.7%579
2/13/2018@ DENVER              
2/23/2018@ DENVER              
2/25/2018@ CLEVELAND              
2/28/2018NEW ORLEANS              

DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/6/2018@ SACRAMENTO98-106L-8.5L205.5U35-7646.1%562542-9444.7%479
1/8/2018@ GOLDEN STATE114-124L10T227.5O47-9549.5%451148-8556.5%5016
1/13/2018@ SAN ANTONIO80-112L7L208U29-8334.9%481441-7852.6%4715
1/17/2018@ LA CLIPPERS104-109L4L219U42-9743.3%611940-8746.0%5620
1/25/2018NEW YORK130-118W-6.5W211.5O48-8060.0%381345-8254.9%3910
1/30/2018@ SAN ANTONIO104-106L6.5W202.5O40-8646.5%431346-9250.0%4916
2/1/2018OKLAHOMA CITY127-124W1W218.5O50-9751.5%551151-9852.0%487
2/3/2018GOLDEN STATE115-108W5.5W231U39-9142.9%551543-8650.0%5313
2/9/2018@ HOUSTON104-130L8L223O42-8847.7%441043-8650.0%5811
2/10/2018@ PHOENIX123-113W-7.5W222.5O45-8851.1%491346-8454.8%4515
2/13/2018SAN ANTONIO              
2/15/2018@ MILWAUKEE              
2/23/2018SAN ANTONIO              
2/27/2018LA CLIPPERS              
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.
DENVER: Despite having improved by seven games in 2016-17, the Nuggets still missed the playoffs for a fourth straight season. Jamal Murray, Jameer Nelson and Emmanuel Mudiay are competing for minutes at point guard. If one of the trio can take command at the point and the Nuggets can improve on the defensive end, Denver could make the leap to a playoff-caliber squad. All-Star Paul Millsap, who signed a three-year deal worth about $90 million, should fit in seamlessly with fellow big man Nikola Jokic.
Injury-riddled Spurs face retooled, optimistic Nuggets

Losing Paul Millsap for more than three months was tough on the Denver Nuggets. Mason Plumlee then went down, and Denver's frontcourt has been compromised for a couple of weeks.

The Nuggets have a reason to feel sorry for themselves, but heading into the last two games before the All-Star break, their injury issues are nothing compared to what San Antonio has gone through this season.

The Spurs played the defending champion Golden State Warriors on Saturday without Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker (back) and Dejounte Murray (ankle), and then forward LaMarcus Aldridge joined the list of wounded with his chronically sore knee. The team announced Monday that Aldridge wouldn't play in the Spurs' last two games before the break, so he sat out Monday night's 101-99 loss at Utah and will also sit at Denver on Tuesday night.

San Antonio (35-23) is barely holding onto the third seed in the Western Conference while trying to get healthy for the last 23 games of the regular season, and sitting Aldridge was a decision to keep him in the lineup going forward.

"He's just getting a treatment on his knee," coach Gregg Popovich told the San Antonio Express-News before Monday's game. "There's a certain amount of rest that has to happen. He's doing it now so he won't have to miss any games after the break.

"He can either miss games now or miss games later."

The silver lining for San Antonio is Parker and Murray played Monday, but the Spurs gave up an eight-point lead in the fourth quarter to lose for the fourth time in five games.

The Nuggets (30-26) won't miss facing Aldridge as they continue to battle for positioning in the lower half of the Western Conference playoff race. They won't have Plumlee (calf strain) or Millsap (left wrist surgery) but they will have new backup point guard Devin Harris.

Denver acquired the 34-year-old veteran in a three-team deal at Thursday's trade deadline to help stabilize the backcourt. They shipped out Emmanuel Mudiay, the seventh overall pick in the 2015 draft, to New York after Mudiay had fallen out of the rotation with the emergence of Jamal Murray.

Harris played in the Nuggets' 123-113 win at Phoenix on Saturday night, his first game with Denver since the trade.

"I didn't know what to expect but I was needed," Harris told reporters after scoring nine points and getting two steals in 22 minutes. "I just try to do the best I can with that -- just read the situation and try to make plays when I could."

With Harris now in the rotation it means Will Barton will not be used as much at the point guard position. Barton has been used at both guard positions and at small forward, but he will be able to concentrate on scoring off the bench instead of playmaking.

Harris went from a team in Dallas that is in rebuilding mode to one that boasts one of the younger rosters in the league -- which became a little older with him in the fold -- fighting for a playoff spot. He has plenty of experience, has been to the NBA Finals and can be a calming influence down the stretch.

"We have the resources," Harris told the Denver Post on Monday. "We have the talent to do so. Can we win enough games? We control our own destiny to make that playoff push."

Last Updated: 2/23/2019 7:01:06 PM EST

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