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NBA : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 4/16/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore
SAN ANTONIO
 
DENVER
+7  

-7  
+220

-300

210.5
 
105
Final
114

SAN ANTONIO (49 - 34) at DENVER (54 - 29)
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Tuesday, 4/16/2019 9:05 PM
Western Conference - Round 1 - Best of 7 - Game 2 - SAS Leads 1-0
Board OpenLatest
533SAN ANTONIO208.5208.5
534DENVER-5.5-7
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games49-34-10.744-3743-40111.555.647.9%51.3109.854.546.2%51.7
Road Games17-25-1320-2025-17110.354.047.0%50.9113.655.747.5%52.6
Last 5 Games4-1+2.83-21-4106.459.648.5%52.2101.050.644.9%49.2
Playoff Games1-0+1.81-00-1101.059.048.2%53.096.051.042.0%55.0
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)111.555.642-8847.9%10-2539.3%17-2181.7%51924186125
vs opponents surrendering111.356.241-8946.0%11-3235.5%18-2376.7%541025218145
Team Stats (Road Games)110.354.042-8947.0%9-2636.8%17-2181.5%511024196125
Stats Against (All Games)109.854.541-9046.2%12-3335.7%15-2075.4%52925207124
vs opponents averaging111.456.241-8946.1%11-3235.3%18-2376.5%541025218145
Stats Against (Road Games)113.655.743-9047.5%12-3336.4%16-2175.4%531026197124

DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games54-29+5.942-4135-48110.557.146.5%55.0106.755.545.9%50.5
Home Games34-8+9.625-1719-23113.759.348.4%55.6103.554.344.9%48.8
Last 5 Games2-3-2.22-33-2106.053.245.7%49.8107.855.847.5%54.8
Playoff Games0-1-2.20-10-196.051.042.0%55.0101.059.048.2%53.0
DENVER Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)110.557.142-9046.5%11-3135.0%16-2175.4%551227208134
vs opponents surrendering111.556.141-8946.1%11-3235.6%18-2376.7%541025218145
Team Stats (Home Games)113.759.343-8948.4%11-3135.4%17-2276.4%561228208124
Stats Against (All Games)106.755.540-8645.9%11-3234.0%17-2275.2%501025207135
vs opponents averaging111.756.241-8946.2%11-3235.6%18-2376.9%531025218145
Stats Against (Home Games)103.554.339-8644.9%10-3132.3%16-2273.0%491023217134
Average power rating of opponents played: SAN ANTONIO 95.9,  DENVER 96.3
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
3/10/2019MILWAUKEE121-114W2W229.5O49-10049.0%54441-8747.1%5410
3/12/2019@ DALLAS112-105W-3.5W217.5U43-8252.4%441238-8246.3%5014
3/15/2019NEW YORK109-83W-13.5W213.5U47-8853.4%51935-8640.7%4716
3/16/2019PORTLAND108-103W-2.5W221.5U37-7946.8%491042-10141.6%588
3/18/2019GOLDEN STATE111-105W2.5W227U41-8846.6%501041-8846.6%4913
3/20/2019MIAMI105-110L-6L211.5O38-8843.2%51840-8646.5%5510
3/22/2019@ HOUSTON105-111L6T220.5U41-9045.6%531136-8641.9%549
3/24/2019@ BOSTON115-96W-2W222U50-9851.0%56838-9440.4%528
3/26/2019@ CHARLOTTE116-125L-4.5L220O44-10940.4%731146-10046.0%606
3/28/2019CLEVELAND116-110W-11.5L217O45-8552.9%401145-9248.9%5414
3/31/2019SACRAMENTO106-113L-10.5L223.5U44-9446.8%501139-8148.1%5012
4/2/2019ATLANTA117-111W-11.5L229.5U42-8052.5%511643-9445.7%4811
4/3/2019@ DENVER85-113L5L214.5U31-8138.3%451147-8754.0%5714
4/5/2019@ WASHINGTON129-112W-7W226O51-9156.0%49942-8847.7%439
4/7/2019@ CLEVELAND112-90W-8.5W219U43-8252.4%541831-7839.7%4417
4/10/2019DALLAS105-94W-14L218.5U41-8846.6%601037-9140.7%477
4/13/2019@ DENVER101-96W5.5W210U40-8348.2%531137-8842.0%5510
4/16/2019@ DENVER              
4/18/2019DENVER              
4/20/2019DENVER              

DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
3/8/2019@ GOLDEN STATE105-122L7L234.5U33-8737.9%571645-8453.6%5117
3/12/2019MINNESOTA133-107W-9.5W227O51-8560.0%451441-8946.1%3914
3/14/2019DALLAS100-99W-11L221.5U39-8148.1%501137-8742.5%498
3/16/2019INDIANA102-100W-7L214U39-8247.6%471034-7545.3%559
3/18/2019@ BOSTON114-105W4.5W220.5U46-9448.9%601739-9341.9%4812
3/21/2019@ WASHINGTON113-108W-8.5L230U46-8752.9%42840-7950.6%4312
3/22/2019@ NEW YORK111-93W-11W215U40-9641.7%68834-9037.8%527
3/24/2019@ INDIANA88-124L-1.5L209O33-9335.5%491751-9156.0%5511
3/26/2019DETROIT95-92W-7.5L212.5U37-8742.5%651436-10235.3%616
3/28/2019@ HOUSTON85-112L5.5L216.5U31-8436.9%491440-8746.0%5510
3/29/2019@ OKLAHOMA CITY115-105W4.5W218.5O48-8556.5%451243-8848.9%4313
3/31/2019WASHINGTON90-95L-10.5L227.5U35-9337.6%641137-9240.2%6110
4/2/2019@ GOLDEN STATE102-116L8.5L220.5U36-9637.5%511550-9254.3%6224
4/3/2019SAN ANTONIO113-85W-5W214.5U47-8754.0%571431-8138.3%4511
4/5/2019PORTLAND119-110W-6W216.5O43-8451.2%44942-8648.8%4814
4/7/2019@ PORTLAND108-115L8.5W219.5O42-9544.2%491041-8946.1%6616
4/9/2019@ UTAH108-118L2L212.5O41-8846.6%40741-7852.6%6015
4/10/2019MINNESOTA99-95W-12.5L218.5U39-8744.8%611239-9142.9%4710
4/13/2019SAN ANTONIO96-101L-5.5L210U37-8842.0%551040-8348.2%5311
4/16/2019SAN ANTONIO              
4/18/2019@ SAN ANTONIO              
4/20/2019@ SAN ANTONIO              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
SAN ANTONIO: LAST SEASON: 47-35, lost in Western Conference first round.
COACH: Gregg Popovich (23rd season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Patty Mills (12.0 ppg), G DeMar DeRozan (11.5 ppg, Toronto), F Rudy Gay (10.5 ppg), F LaMarcus Aldridge, (18.0 ppg), C Jakob Poeltl (7.2 ppg, Toronto).
KEY LOSSES: F Kawhi Leonard, G Manu Ginobili, G Tony Parker, G Danny Green
KEY ADDITIONS: DeRozan, Poeltl, F Marco Belinelli, G Lonnie Walker, C Chimezie Metu
PLAYERS TO WATCH: San Antonio's backcourt will be key in determining how the team fares this season after PG Dejounte Murray tore his right ACL. DeRozan comes to San Antonio along with Poeltl after an unexpected trade by Toronto for Leonard and Green. DeRozan wanted to remain with the Raptors his entire career, so he felt betrayed and was upset by the trade initially. The 6-foot-7 guard has since embraced San Antonio and stated he will take his revenge out on the league this season.
OUTLOOK: The Spurs were third in the West most of last season despite not having their leading scorer and defender in Leonard for all but nine games last season. San Antonio adapted throughout the season in preparation for Leonard's return, which never happened. In Leonard's place is DeRozan, a four-time All-Star, who should provide Aldridge with the additional scoring punch the team lacked at times in the starting lineup. The addition and maturation of young stars like Walker, Poeltl, Metu, G Derrick White and G Bryn Forbes along with DeRozan and Gay also provides the Spurs with one of the most athletic teams they have had in years.
DENVER: LAST SEASON: 46-36, missed playoffs.
COACH: Michael Malone (fourth season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Gary Harris (17.5 ppg) G Jamal Murray (16.7 ppg), F Will Barton (15.7 ppg), F Paul Millsap (14.6 ppg), C Nikola Jokic (18.5 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: F Wilson Chandler, F Kenneth Faried, F Richard Jefferson, F Darrell Arthur, G Devin Harris
KEY ADDITIONS: G Isaiah Thomas, F Michael Porter Jr.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: In the offseason, Jokic signed a max deal contract worth around $147 million for five seasons. He's one of the top big men in the game. The Serbian standout turned in 10 triple-doubles last season, including the fastest triple-double in NBA history. He needed just 14 minutes, 55 seconds to reach the accomplishment at Milwaukee on Feb. 15. Jokic is the centerpiece for an organization trying to get to the postseason for the first time since 2012-13.
OUTLOOK: The addition of Thomas gives the Nuggets even more veteran leadership. They're stacked, but so is the rest of the Western Division. Denver has improved each season under Malone, going from 33 wins his first year, to 40 in 2016-17 and 46 last season. The Nuggets lost out on the eighth and final playoff spot in '17-18 when they lost in overtime at Minnesota on the final game of the regular season.
PREVIEW
No 'panic' for Nuggets before Game 2 vs. Spurs
 

Minutes after missing an open shot that could have changed the outcome of his first career playoff game, Jamal Murray climbed the stairs from the Denver Nuggets locker room and started shooting on the practice court.

For about an hour, the young point guard tried to erase the 8-for-23 shooting night in a 101-96 loss to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 1 of the Western Conference quarterfinal series.

"I just didn't go into my shot like I normally do," Murray said Monday about his miss. "I rushed it a little bit, so next game I'll calm my shot down a little bit more and be more relaxed. Not be too excited, not be too anxious."

Murray and the Nuggets get their chance Tuesday night at home in Game 2. It's as close to a must-win game for Denver as it can be; a loss drops the No. 2 seed in an 0-2 hole heading back to San Antonio for two games.

"I don't think we're in panic mode. We don't feel like we have to make a whole lot of adjustments," Nuggets guard Will Barton said. "We have to make a few adjustments and we have to make shots."

The veteran Spurs held Denver to 42 percent shooting and led for most of the game. The Nuggets were down five with 2:24 left and had a chance to take the lead, but Murray misfired on an 18-footer with 9.4 seconds left.

After two days of analyzing and breaking down the film, both teams are ready for Game 2.

"They're going to be more aggressive, defensively, offensively, and we've got to be prepared for that," Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan said. "We've got to be better, we've got expect it. It's going to be even more of a dogfight this time around."

Denver didn't score a point in transition and San Antonio held center Nikola Jokic to 10 points by double-teaming the All-Star center when he was in the low post. Jokic did have 14 rebounds and 14 assists, but he could have had nearly 20 assists if his teammates hit open shots.

"I thought Denver had a lot of great shots that they missed," San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich said. "Our defense could have been better and we were fortunate they missed some of those shots."

The Nuggets did miss shots, but the Spurs' top scorers weren't doing much better.

DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge scored 18 and 15 points, respectively, and missed 24 of their 36 shot attempts. Bryn Forbes (15 points), Derrick White (16 points) and Rudy Gay (14 points) picked up the slack and shot a combined 19 of 28.

"We lost that game because, yes, we couldn't make shots but you have to give a ton of credit to Forbes, White and Rudy Gay," Nuggets coach Michael Malone said.

The Nuggets vowed to play better, and the Spurs, a playoff-tested team, are ready for that. They're also not satisfied going home with a split.

"It's not about one game, it's about the series," Aldridge said. "We didn't play great and we got the win."

--Field Level Media


Last Updated: 4/21/2019 5:50:34 PM EST


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