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NBA : ATS Matchup
Friday 1/19/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




WASHINGTON (25 - 20) at DETROIT (22 - 21)
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WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games25-20-1219-2618-25106.954.546.5%51.7105.352.745.4%51.8
Road Games10-11-1.411-106-15103.052.943.9%51.1105.452.445.5%55.2
Last 5 Games2-3-4.80-54-1110.457.250.2%50.2115.255.647.1%50.6
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)106.954.540-8646.5%10-2637.1%18-2375.4%521023228145
vs opponents surrendering106.253.539-8546.1%10-2836.5%17-2276.9%521023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)103.052.938-8643.9%10-2537.7%18-2475.3%511022227124
Stats Against (All Games)105.352.739-8545.4%10-2933.9%18-2476.3%521022217155
vs opponents averaging105.352.939-8545.7%10-2936.0%17-2276.7%511023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)105.452.438-8545.5%10-3033.1%18-2575.3%551123216145

DETROIT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games22-21+3.324-1717-25102.152.444.9%50.1101.752.046.4%50.4
Home Games13-6+5.610-89-10103.953.145.9%51.199.948.545.9%48.7
Last 5 Games1-4-3.73-23-2105.257.446.2%51.2102.652.847.2%50.2
DETROIT Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)102.152.439-8644.9%11-2838.4%14-1974.8%501022188134
vs opponents surrendering105.753.239-8645.8%10-2936.0%17-2276.6%511023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)103.953.139-8545.9%12-2840.8%15-2073.9%51923188133
Stats Against (All Games)101.752.038-8346.4%10-2837.3%14-1977.5%50924187155
vs opponents averaging106.153.440-8546.4%10-2836.3%17-2276.6%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)99.948.538-8345.9%10-2835.7%14-1878.4%49823197154
Average power rating of opponents played: WASHINGTON 94.7,  DETROIT 95.5
WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/12/2017@ BROOKLYN98-103L-3L214U38-9540.0%581034-8440.5%6114
12/15/2017LA CLIPPERS100-91W-10.5L208.5U39-8844.3%601933-8538.8%6021
12/19/2017NEW ORLEANS116-106W-2.5W216O46-9250.0%501634-8042.5%5316
12/22/2017@ BROOKLYN84-119L-6.5L215.5U34-9336.6%42744-8850.0%6914
12/25/2017@ BOSTON111-103W4W208.5O43-9346.2%54839-8148.1%5316
12/27/2017@ ATLANTA99-113L-6L214U35-8143.2%491341-9443.6%6511
1/3/2018NEW YORK121-103W-9W213O48-8159.3%491241-8647.7%4314
1/5/2018@ MEMPHIS102-100W-4.5L204.5U33-8439.3%601335-8640.7%5616
1/17/2018@ CHARLOTTE109-133L1.5L215.5O40-8248.8%471648-9849.0%569
1/19/2018@ DETROIT              
1/22/2018@ DALLAS              
1/25/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
1/27/2018@ ATLANTA              
1/30/2018OKLAHOMA CITY              
2/3/2018@ ORLANDO              

DETROIT - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/14/2017@ ATLANTA105-91W-4W205U41-9045.6%571532-7045.7%4216
12/15/2017@ INDIANA104-98W5W207.5U39-9341.9%55935-8740.2%6113
12/20/2017@ DALLAS93-110L1L196.5O33-7742.9%421240-7553.3%4312
12/22/2017NEW YORK104-101W-7L202.5O38-8843.2%501144-9745.4%6114
12/28/2017@ ORLANDO89-102L-4L205.5U35-8839.8%481537-8245.1%5418
12/30/2017SAN ANTONIO93-79W5W198U36-8144.4%501131-8436.9%5214
1/3/2018@ MIAMI104-111L4.5L199O41-8647.7%43943-8451.2%4912
1/5/2018@ PHILADELPHIA78-114L5.5L210U30-7938.0%421244-9048.9%6212
1/8/2018@ NEW ORLEANS109-112L6.5W211O41-9344.1%461246-8256.1%5217
1/10/2018@ BROOKLYN114-80W-2W205.5U48-9351.6%601327-7436.5%3717
1/13/2018@ CHICAGO105-107L-1L210O41-9244.6%521242-8748.3%5014
1/17/2018@ TORONTO91-96L8.5W212.5U37-8842.0%551434-8042.5%5620
1/27/2018OKLAHOMA CITY              
1/28/2018@ CLEVELAND              
WASHINGTON: After tinkering with its bench, Washington is relying on the same starting five' John Wall, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter, Markieff Morris and Marcin Gortat'in a bid to reach the conference finals for the first time in nearly 40 years. Wall has emerged as an elite player; Beal isn't far behind. Porter will be expected to keep improving after signing a $106.5 million, four-year contract. He emerged as a top 3-point shooter last season, making 43.4 percent, and should get more touches as the team's third option. But if the Wizards are going to rise higher than a No. 4 seed in the playoffs, the key is whether the rest of their cast is capable of a step up. The offense is just fine; the defense'long an issue for this club'must improve.
DETROIT: After a playoff appearance in 2016, the Pistons took a step back last season. There was plenty of blame to go around. A lot of the criticism landed on Andre Drummond, who has been Detroit's franchise player but hasn't always lived up to those expectations. He may never become a proficient shooter from the foul line, but he can still have a big impact if his scoring and rebounding numbers look more like they did two seasons ago. Detroit also needed better play from Reggie Jackson, who was bothered by knee issues. The Pistons need improved production from those two this season, and the hope is that swapping Marcus Morris for Avery Bradley while letting Kentavious Caldwell-Pope go turns into a net positive.
Wizards, Pistons look for better starts

Scott Brooks and Stan Van Gundy want better starts from their teams so they can get improved results.

Brooks, the Washington Wizards coach, saw his club allow Charlotte to make its first 10 shot attempts on Wednesday. The Wizards gave up 77 first-half points in a 133-109 loss.

That naturally didn't sit well with Brooks, whose team plays at Detroit on Friday night.

"We just have to find guys who are going to compete," he said. "It's not about anything else. It's not about how many minutes or how many shots you get. It's about competing. We're all paid to compete."

Washington has allowed 114.3 points per game over its last six games, and shooting guard Bradley Beal knows the defense must improve.

"You can control how you're playing on defense, you can control your effort, you can control boxing out, you can control your running -- sprinting the floor, getting back on defense, playing defense -- those things are controllable," he said. "Until we do that, we're going to continue to get killed."

The Wizards should be well rested for Friday's game. None of their starters played more than 28 minutes during the blowout at Charlotte.

"Even when we're not making shots, we have to defend at a high level. We didn't do that," point guard John Wall said. "They got basically whatever they wanted and got into a rhythm the rest of the game. Whatever shot they put up, the basket was just big for them."

The Pistons have lost three straight, most recently on Wednesday when they fell at Toronto 96-91. The Raptors opened up a 15-point, first-quarter lead and led most of the way.

"I think in the last three quarters we fought hard but the first quarter counts and there's just not very many times where we play a good defensive first quarter," Van Gundy said.

Shooting guard Avery Bradley agrees with his coach that slow defensive starts have been a major problem. Detroit started out 14-6 but is now just one game over .500.

"I feel like it is a concern," he said. "For the starts, I feel like we have to be the ones that start off playing the right way on the defensive end and having everybody else follow suit. We haven't been doing a very good job with that."

Detroit center Andre Drummond had a big game against the Raptors, posting 25 points and 17 rebounds. But he also made two defensive errors that led to 3-point makes by Toronto in the late going.

"Andre put up great numbers, and I thought in the middle 30 minutes he was good defensively," Van Gundy said. "He didn't start the game with a defensive mentality and then he didn't get up on the two pick-and-rolls late. It's unfortunate because we had fought really hard to be back in the game and to have two plays like that where you just have to be up, and you're not, it's unfortunate because 25 and 17 is a hell of a night."

Washington won the first two games of the four-game season series, both on its home floor -- 115-111 on Oct. 20 and 109-91 on Dec. 1. The teams will meet once more in Detroit on March 29.

Last Updated: 2/22/2019 6:31:28 PM EST

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