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DETROIT (18 - 22) at GOLDEN STATE (33 - 6)
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Thursday, 1/12/2017 10:35 PM
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512GOLDEN STATE-12.5-13
DETROIT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-22-16.318-2218-22100.150.445.1%52.2100.352.045.4%49.8
Road Games8-13-4.18-1312-999.749.045.2%50.3102.753.846.4%50.2
Last 5 Games3-2+0.32-34-1111.457.046.9%52.6111.455.847.8%49.6
DETROIT Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)100.150.439-8745.1%8-2334.4%14-1974.4%521021187114
vs opponents surrendering104.852.739-8645.2%10-2735.7%18-2377.0%521022208135
Team Stats (Road Games)99.749.039-8645.2%8-2333.0%14-1877.5%501020187114
Stats Against (All Games)100.352.037-8245.4%9-2436.5%17-2178.3%50823177124
vs opponents averaging10552.839-8645.2%10-2735.7%18-2376.8%521023208135
Stats Against (Road Games)102.753.839-8346.4%10-2538.7%16-2177.2%50824177114

GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games33-6-12.816-2218-21117.360.449.7%52.8105.453.443.3%52.4
Home Games17-3-7.19-1112-8120.663.451.2%53.6106.252.143.6%51.5
Last 5 Games4-1+10-53-2119.061.649.8%50.8113.060.446.5%51.8
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)117.360.443-8749.7%12-3137.9%19-2479.4%53931209156
vs opponents surrendering105.453.139-8545.5%10-2736.1%18-2477.2%521022208145
Team Stats (Home Games)120.663.445-8851.2%13-3140.9%18-2477.3%54932188157
Stats Against (All Games)105.453.439-9043.3%9-2932.6%18-2476.6%521222209144
vs opponents averaging104.552.538-8545.2%10-2635.9%18-2377.1%521022218135
Stats Against (Home Games)106.252.140-9143.6%9-2831.5%18-2376.2%511223219144
Average power rating of opponents played: DETROIT 96.6,  GOLDEN STATE 94.7
DETROIT - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/7/2016@ CHARLOTTE77-87L5.5L202.5U34-8938.2%611230-8834.1%635
12/9/2016@ MINNESOTA117-90W-3.5W202.5O42-8450.0%49737-7847.4%4512
12/14/2016@ DALLAS95-85W-5.5W190.5U36-7150.7%541932-7841.0%3411
12/16/2016@ WASHINGTON108-122L-1.5L205.5O42-8648.8%46944-7757.1%435
12/19/2016@ CHICAGO82-113L2L196.5U34-8341.0%361149-8259.8%4813
12/23/2016GOLDEN STATE113-119L7.5W214.5O43-8550.6%451343-7755.8%4422
12/30/2016@ ATLANTA98-105L2.5L198.5O35-8441.7%541839-8844.3%5215
1/1/2017@ MIAMI107-98W-6.5W198.5O42-8648.8%571235-7745.5%4110
1/8/2017@ PORTLAND125-124W3.5W212.5O54-10551.4%51951-9852.0%5516
1/10/2017@ SACRAMENTO94-100L3L206U36-8243.9%431232-7443.2%5716
1/12/2017@ GOLDEN STATE              
1/13/2017@ UTAH              
1/15/2017@ LA LAKERS              
1/28/2017@ MIAMI              

GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/7/2016@ LA CLIPPERS115-98W-4W224.5U42-8847.7%541136-9139.6%5814
12/8/2016@ UTAH106-99W-11L207.5U39-8048.7%531637-8941.6%5315
12/10/2016@ MEMPHIS89-110L-13L211.5U34-7744.2%492338-8743.7%5410
12/11/2016@ MINNESOTA116-108W-10L226.5U38-8345.8%44836-8144.4%5814
12/13/2016@ NEW ORLEANS113-109W-11L225U42-9544.2%551239-8247.6%4917
12/15/2016NEW YORK103-90W-17.5L222U45-9646.9%651738-9340.9%5511
12/22/2016@ BROOKLYN117-101W-13W231U47-10445.2%581238-8644.2%5426
12/23/2016@ DETROIT119-113W-7.5L214.5O43-7755.8%442243-8550.6%4513
12/25/2016@ CLEVELAND108-109L-3.5L219.5U37-7748.1%511937-9538.9%6012
1/8/2017@ SACRAMENTO117-106W-11.5L225.5U45-8950.6%501736-7448.6%4118
1/18/2017OKLAHOMA CITY              
1/20/2017@ HOUSTON              
1/22/2017@ ORLANDO              
1/23/2017@ MIAMI              
1/25/2017@ CHARLOTTE              
1/28/2017LA CLIPPERS              
DETROIT: BACKCOURT: Emotional leader Reggie Jackson is supposed to miss 15-20 games to start the season, and Ish Smith will start in his absence. Smith showed he could be a playmaker in Philadelphia, which, one assumes, means he can definitely do it here. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope put up 14.5 points per game while regularly guarding the opponent's best player, but only shot 30.9% from deep. . . . FRONTCOURT: Andre Drummond puts up 20-20 stat lines in a way that no one else in the NBA can. The biggest possible step forward for him after his first All-Star campaign would be to improve his free throw shooting. Hybrid F Tobias Harris looked energized in his 25 games as a Piston last season, and remains a unique young talent. SFs Marcus Morris and Stanley Johnson revel in jawing with opponents. PF/C Jon Leuer should contribute as a stretch big. . . . BOTTOM LINE: If anyone can guide a group as unusual as this one, it's probably Stan Van Gundy. The Eastern Conference's crowded middle class presents something of a crapshoot, but Detroit's depth and talent make the Pistons likely to succeed.
GOLDEN STATE: BACKCOURT: PG Steph Curry had the single greatest regular season in the history of basketball, so, uh, there's that. He'll get fewer shots this year, but more open looks, as well. There's an argument to be made that SG Klay Thompson is the best two-way guard in the league, and he may now find himself focusing more on the defensive end of the floor. It's already consensus that rookie SG Patrick McCaw was an absolute steal in the second round. . . . FRONTCOURT: If you checked the transactions wire this offseason, you may have noticed that the Warriors signed SF Kevin Durant. No one knows exactly how the offense will function with him in the mix; they just know it will be dominant. PF David West also joins the fold as a veteran backup to PF Draymond Green. SF Andre Iguodala's still around, too. C Zaza Pachulia is the team's best center, which no one seems concerned about, for some reason. . . . BOTTOM LINE: It's easy to forget just how effortless some of the Warriors' wins were last year. They're not chasing a record anymore, but they won't need to do so to hit another ungodly win total with KD onboard.
Warriors gear up for Drummond-led Pistons

OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Golden State Warriors will have to deal with an elite big man for the third consecutive game Thursday night when they host Andre Drummond and the Detroit Pistons.

Two days after having successfully silenced Sacramento Kings star DeMarcus Cousins (17 points, 10 rebounds) in a 117-106 road win on Sunday night, the Warriors got steamrolled by the Miami Heat's Hassan Whiteside to the tune of 28 points and 20 rebounds on Tuesday.

The Warriors, playing on their home court, were able to prevail again, but it wasn't easy. The Heat led into the third quarter before eventually running out of gas in a 107-95 loss.

"Hassan Whiteside is a handful," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said after watching the young standout record his sixth career 20-20 game. "Whether he's scoring inside or not, he's a threat in there and you have to honor that."

Drummond did Whiteside one better in the rebound column when the Warriors and Pistons met last January in Detroit. With 14 points and 21 rebounds, he recorded his fifth career double-double in seven matchups with Golden State.

The Warriors signed Zaza Pachulia in the offseason to help combat big-time interior forces such as Drummond, and their first meeting this season was a Golden State success. Drummond was held to 15 points and nine rebounds in a 119-113 Warriors win in Detroit last month.

The rematch will take place in Oakland as Detroit's third game on a five-city trip. Already, it's been an unusual venture.

The trip opener got delayed one night when snow prevented the clubs from arriving in Portland on time.

The Pistons responded well, edging the Trail Blazers 125-124 in two overtimes Sunday night.

Detroit then appeared to be well on its way to a second consecutive road win before blowing a nine-point, fourth-quarter lead in a 100-94 loss at Sacramento on Tuesday.

Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy was thoroughly disappointed afterward.

"They outrebounded us by 11, we gave them 13 threes and our ball movement was just ridiculous in the second half," he told reporters after watching his team squander an 18-point lead. "We're playing everything one-on-one and wouldn't pass the ball. That's why we ended up where we are."

Cousins won his matchup with Drummond, outscoring his rival 24-9 and outrebounding him 13-12. Cousins also had six assists in the win, while Drummond made things tough on his opponent with seven blocks.

The trip doesn't get any easier for the Pistons. They will play three games in the next four days, including a rough Golden State/Utah back-to-back the next two nights.

The Pistons gave the Warriors a battle in their previous meeting. It took 32 points by Kevin Durant, 25 by Stephen Curry and a 12-assist, 10-rebound double-double by Draymond Green for Golden State to scratch out the win.

Pachulia contributed seven points, seven rebounds and a steal to the win in 19 minutes.

The veteran big man had eight points, six rebounds and three assists in his matchup with Whiteside on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 5/27/2018 4:34:30 PM EST

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