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NBA : ATS Matchup
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CHICAGO (10 - 31) at GOLDEN STATE (27 - 14)
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Friday, 1/11/2019 10:35 PM
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562GOLDEN STATE-15.5-15.5
CHICAGO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-31-1219-2115-26100.749.844.5%49.5110.255.546.2%54.9
Road Games5-15-49-108-12100.548.444.2%49.5109.153.845.1%55.5
Last 5 Games0-5-52-33-2100.249.645.7%46.4113.453.450.6%50.0
CHICAGO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)100.749.838-8644.5%9-2734.6%15-1977.6%49822208155
vs opponents surrendering109.755.141-8846.0%11-3135.3%17-2376.2%531024218145
Team Stats (Road Games)100.548.438-8644.2%10-2834.7%15-1977.6%50821208155
Stats Against (All Games)110.255.541-8946.2%12-3335.2%17-2178.6%551124188146
vs opponents averaging110.455.441-8945.9%11-3235.4%18-2376.6%541024218145
Stats Against (Road Games)109.153.840-8945.1%11-3234.3%18-2282.2%561124188156

GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games27-14-6.217-2421-20116.759.348.4%53.1111.756.745.0%52.7
Home Games16-6-6.39-139-13116.558.648.0%54.2111.556.745.0%52.2
Last 5 Games4-1-1.53-23-2126.065.651.6%51.8113.454.643.9%50.4
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)116.759.343-8948.4%12-3238.1%18-2282.4%531028227146
vs opponents surrendering110.855.741-8946.2%11-3135.5%18-2376.1%541024228145
Team Stats (Home Games)116.558.643-9048.0%12-3336.9%18-2282.1%541030227147
Stats Against (All Games)111.756.741-9145.0%12-3434.4%18-2475.6%531024208133
vs opponents averaging110.355.441-8945.9%11-3135.2%18-2476.2%531024228145
Stats Against (Home Games)111.556.741-9145.0%11-3334.5%18-2476.5%521025208133
Average power rating of opponents played: CHICAGO 96.2,  GOLDEN STATE 95.2
CHICAGO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/4/2018@ INDIANA90-96L8W211U37-9439.4%501835-7646.1%5218
12/7/2018OKLAHOMA CITY114-112W8.5W219O43-8252.4%452043-9445.7%6022
12/15/2018@ SAN ANTONIO98-93W9W213.5U37-8643.0%50732-7343.8%4715
12/17/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY96-121L12.5L212.5O38-8544.7%472343-8948.3%5619
12/23/2018@ CLEVELAND112-92W1W200O43-7855.1%471138-8445.2%4111
12/28/2018@ WASHINGTON101-92W4.5W212U37-7946.8%521034-8540.0%5012
12/30/2018@ TORONTO89-95L10.5W207U33-8041.2%501634-9237.0%5911
1/9/2019@ PORTLAND112-124L9.5L209.5O43-9346.2%421247-8356.6%4816
1/11/2019@ GOLDEN STATE              
1/12/2019@ UTAH              
1/15/2019@ LA LAKERS              
1/17/2019@ DENVER              
1/21/2019@ CLEVELAND              
1/25/2019LA CLIPPERS              

GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/3/2018@ ATLANTA128-111W-11W235.5O48-8258.5%442044-9048.9%4518
12/5/2018@ CLEVELAND129-105W-11W219.5O45-8552.9%52839-8943.8%4810
12/7/2018@ MILWAUKEE105-95W2W242U40-8944.9%501736-9239.1%6318
12/14/2018@ SACRAMENTO130-125W-7.5L236O44-9645.8%691845-9646.9%4813
12/19/2018@ UTAH103-108L-2L222.5U38-9540.0%541237-9339.8%6416
12/23/2018LA CLIPPERS129-127W-11L234.5O42-9345.2%49743-8053.7%5015
12/25/2018LA LAKERS101-127L-9L233.5U38-9340.9%481347-8555.3%5712
12/29/2018@ PORTLAND115-105W-5W227U40-8050.0%461239-9142.9%5513
12/31/2018@ PHOENIX132-109W-10W231O46-8454.8%501537-8543.5%4613
1/5/2019@ SACRAMENTO127-123W-8L238.5O47-9350.5%521346-9747.4%508
1/8/2019NEW YORK122-95W-17W232.5U49-9651.0%561535-8839.8%4816
1/13/2019@ DALLAS              
1/15/2019@ DENVER              
1/16/2019NEW ORLEANS              
1/18/2019@ LA CLIPPERS              
1/21/2019@ LA LAKERS              
1/24/2019@ WASHINGTON              
1/26/2019@ BOSTON              
CHICAGO: LAST SEASON: 27-55, missed playoffs.
COACH: Fred Hoiberg (fourth season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: Kris Dunn (13.4 ppg), G Zach LaVine (16.7 ppg), F Justin Holiday (12.2 ppg), F Jabari Parker (12.6 ppg, Milwaukee), C Robin Lopez (11.8 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G Jerian Grant, G David Nwaba
KEY ADDITIONS: Parker, F Wendell Carter Jr., F Chandler Hutchison
PLAYERS TO WATCH: F Lauri Markkanen is expected to miss the first few weeks because of a high grade lateral elbow sprain he suffered in practice. From Finland, Markkanen, averaged 15.2 points and 7.5 rebounds in 68 games as a rookie last season. The Bulls are counting on LaVine to show he can be the cornerstone piece they envisioned when they acquired him along with Dunn and the rights to Markkanen from Minnesota for Jimmy Butler in the 2017 draft night trade. He was limited to 24 games last season, missing the first 42 while recovering from a torn ACL in his left knee and then sitting out the final 14 because of tendinitis in the same knee. That didn't stop Chicago from matching Sacramento's four-year, $80 million offer sheet for LaVine.
OUTLOOK: Though the Bulls hardly look like contenders in the Eastern Conference, the potential to make a jump is there. That hinges on improvement from Markkanen, LaVine and Dunn, Parker staying healthy and contributing, and maybe Carter chipping in after being drafted with the No. 7 overall pick.
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?
Rested Warriors eager to pounce on visiting Bulls

The Golden State Warriors will be back from a little in-season vacation when they host the Chicago Bulls on Friday night in Oakland, Calif.

The Warriors (27-14) will be playing just their second game -- both at home -- in six days, and the first one hardly counts. It was against a New York Knicks team that was sleep-walking on the second night of a back-to-back set cruelly placed at the end of a 13-day trip.

Golden State won 122-95, after which reporters heard Klay Thompson ask Stephen Curry, "When's the last time we blew somebody out, 2016?"

Given the circumstances, Golden State's backcourt could be asking the same question Friday, when the well-rested Warriors take on a Bulls team that has lost five in a row, including the opener of a road trip that's about as tough as they come in the NBA these days.

Chicago (10-31) began the rough patch with a competitive 124-112 loss at Portland.

After facing the Warriors, the Bulls will still have to deal with Utah, the Los Angeles Lakers and Denver before heading home.

The Bulls team that will perform in Oakland on Friday will hardly resemble the group that was shellacked 149-124 when the clubs met in Chicago in October.

In that game, the Warriors scored the most points ever in their series against the Bulls, while the Bulls scored the most points for a losing team in the series since a Michael Jordan-led 140-125 win in 1985.

Justin Holiday, who has since been traded, and Cameron Payne, who has been waived, started in the October meeting for the Bulls. They have been replaced by Lauri Markkanen and Kris Dunn, both of whom were injured at the time.

Dunn's return has given the Bulls a look at their backcourt of the future, with the 24-year-old pairing with 23-year-old Zach LaVine.

They combined for 33 points in the Portland game, but it wasn't enough to keep pace with Trail Blazers standouts Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, who put up a total of 40.

Now it's on to Curry and Thompson, and LaVine believes he and his mate are ready.

"It's competition. You want to go out there and prove yourself against them," he told reporters after the Portland game. "Everyone in the NBA is very competitive and prideful. So you want to go at them."

The soft schedule has afforded the Warriors more practice time than usual, which has helped injured center DeMarcus Cousins prove he's close to making his season debut after suffering an Achilles injury while playing for New Orleans last January.

Cousins is aiming to play Jan. 18 at the Los Angeles Clippers, with Warriors coach Steve Kerr saying Thursday that Cousins would be the starting center when he makes his debut.

"After that, everything is on the table," Kerr said.

"We have to figure out what the rotation is going to look like, how many minutes he can play. We'll have to play around with the minutes, the combinations, the sets. We haven't had a player like him here before."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 6/3/2020 11:35:31 PM EST

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