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NBA : First Half Matchup
Tuesday 11/14/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
 First Half Results



TORONTO (7 - 5) at HOUSTON (11 - 3)
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Tuesday, 11/14/2017 8:05 PM
Board First Half
TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-5-0.76-66-6108.753.947.0%49.4104.350.746.0%51.7
Road Games3-4-14-32-5103.350.046.3%47.4102.750.746.0%52.0
Last 5 Games3-2-1.31-43-2108.055.849.1%47.0106.853.046.9%49.2
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.753.940-8447.0%10-3133.5%19-2578.0%49922238145
vs opponents surrendering103.552.638-8544.9%10-2835.7%16-2275.8%51922208155
Team Stats (Road Games)103.350.038-8346.3%9-3031.1%17-2278.2%478212210146
Stats Against (All Games)104.350.738-8346.0%10-2636.5%18-2474.6%52922218165
vs opponents averaging104.351.639-8645.1%10-2835.7%17-2276.8%531023208165
Stats Against (Road Games)102.750.738-8346.0%9-2535.2%18-2376.9%521022208166

HOUSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games11-3+5.68-66-8111.159.745.8%50.9102.952.646.2%48.4
Home Games4-2-2.63-33-3111.561.546.6%50.3103.852.246.9%45.5
Last 5 Games5-0+54-13-2120.465.249.0%50.6103.653.647.8%44.2
HOUSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)111.159.738-8345.8%15-4534.2%19-2480.4%51922219165
vs opponents surrendering105.953.938-8544.9%11-3135.8%18-2477.3%521022218155
Team Stats (Home Games)111.561.537-8046.6%15-4433.6%22-2878.0%5010212510174
Stats Against (All Games)102.952.639-8446.2%11-2838.1%15-1977.5%48722208154
vs opponents averaging104.453.338-8445.6%10-2836.7%17-2276.7%51922228155
Stats Against (Home Games)103.852.237-8046.9%10-2638.7%19-2381.9%45622238162
Average power rating of opponents played: TORONTO 97.7,  HOUSTON 95.4
TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/23/2017@ SAN ANTONIO97-101L3L201U34-8042.5%431440-9044.4%6520
10/25/2017@ GOLDEN STATE112-117L12.5W230U43-9445.7%481643-7755.8%4117
10/27/2017@ LA LAKERS101-92W-6W221U40-9343.0%511236-7945.6%5821
10/30/2017@ PORTLAND99-85W4W211.5U39-8744.8%58931-8038.7%4713
11/1/2017@ DENVER111-129L1.5L217O42-8549.4%461347-8853.4%5712
11/3/2017@ UTAH109-100W1.5W194.5O38-7153.5%461635-8043.7%4013
11/9/2017NEW ORLEANS122-118W-5L215O45-9845.9%611244-8253.7%4513
11/12/2017@ BOSTON94-95L-3L202U32-6946.4%401735-8740.2%5614
11/14/2017@ HOUSTON              
11/15/2017@ NEW ORLEANS              
11/17/2017NEW YORK              
11/22/2017@ NEW YORK              
11/24/2017@ INDIANA              
11/25/2017@ ATLANTA              

HOUSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/17/2017@ GOLDEN STATE122-121W9W231.5O47-9748.5%531243-8053.7%4217
10/18/2017@ SACRAMENTO105-100W-7L216.5U33-8339.8%511442-8847.7%4917
10/25/2017@ PHILADELPHIA105-104W-3L221U36-7548.0%431943-9744.3%5714
10/27/2017@ CHARLOTTE109-93W-2.5W214.5U38-8544.7%581533-8837.5%589
10/28/2017@ MEMPHIS89-103L2L202U29-7737.7%511740-8547.1%499
11/1/2017@ NEW YORK119-97W-5.5W215.5O42-8847.7%531539-9043.3%5119
11/3/2017@ ATLANTA119-104W-9W214.5O42-8947.2%481339-8148.1%4818
11/12/2017@ INDIANA118-95W-3W226U43-9047.8%531337-8344.6%5113
11/16/2017@ PHOENIX              
11/18/2017@ MEMPHIS              
11/25/2017NEW YORK              
TORONTO: Toronto spent big to re-sign Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka and keep them alongside three-time All-Star DeMar DeRozan. The Raptors have plenty of talented youngsters behind the big three, but no experienced veterans. C.J. Miles posted a career-high .413 shooting percentage from 3-point range with the Pacers last season, and the hope is that he can be a reliable outside threat that opens up the floor for his teammates. But without consistent production from their top trio, Toronto could be in trouble.
HOUSTON: After being eliminated by the Spurs in the conference semifinals, the Rockets made a bold move by trading for Chris Paul to give Houston another All-Star to play with Harden and try to narrow the gap in the Western Conference. It will be interesting to see how head coach Mike D'Antoni's offense runs with both Paul and Harden in it. Paul gets a fresh start in Houston after being dogged by criticism in recent years for failing to get the Clippers out of the second round of the playoffs. The Rockets expect him to be the piece that gets them into the conference finals after coming up just short last year. The defense should be better after not only adding Paul, but also P.J. Tucker to a unit that lost defensive specialist Patrick Beverley in the trade with the Clippers.
Rockets press on without Paul, face Raptors next

HOUSTON -- At some point in the near future, the Houston Rockets will welcome back All-NBA guard Chris Paul, a reality that should inspire a measure of foreboding throughout the rest of the NBA.

The Rockets (11-3), who host the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night at Toyota Center, have forged an impressive six-game winning streak and the best record in the Western Conference with Paul having logged roughly one half of effective, healthy play.

Paul is inching toward a return from a left knee injury that has sidelined him for four weeks, and while it is absurd to suggest that the Rockets don't need him, they have thrived of late without Paul.

During their winning streak, the Rockets rank first in the league in offensive rating (117.7) and rebound percentage (54.7), second to the Golden State Warriors in net rating (18.1) and fourth in defensive rating (99.6).

They are averaging 120.2 points while making (17.6) and attempting (46) more 3-pointers per game than any team in the league.

Facing the second half of a back-to-back in Indianapolis on Sunday night, the Rockets posted their second consecutive wire-to-wire victory in drubbing the Pacers 118-95, a win described as a "professional victory."

"We've ironed some things out and we've got guys in the right positions," Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni said. "James (Harden) is playing phenomenally, but he always has. And we've got guys now that come in ... and we shut some people down. The defense is really good. It can get better."

Harden, who stood to benefit the most from the addition of Paul, has elevated his level of play during the streak, averaging 35.8 points and 11.5 assists while shooting 44.7 percent on 3s.

"I just try to be aggressive. You be aggressive and good things happen, whether it's for you or whether it's for your teammates," Harden said. "I really don't predetermine anything. I just go into every single game with the mindset of being aggressive."

Unlike the Rockets, the Raptors (7-5) will enter Tuesday relatively rested, with their 95-94 loss in Boston on Sunday representing their lone game during a four-day stretch.

Toronto will log its first back-to-back this week, traveling from Houston to New Orleans to face the Pelicans on Wednesday. Before the loss to the Celtics, the Raptors played four games in nine days.

That forgiving stretch has enabled Raptors coach Dwane Casey to tinker with his rotations, particularly late in games when stakes are highest.

Against Boston, Casey had rookie forward OG Anunoby and second-year guard Fred VanVleet on the floor down the stretch, relying on their individual defense to help stifle the red-hot Celtics at critical junctures in the fourth.

Anunoby, whose top five games in minutes played have all come on the road, continues to parlay his combination of strength, athleticism and versatility into defensive promise. VanVleet is undersized but strong-willed, and he teams with Anunoby to provide a level of tenacity that serves as a significant benefit when Toronto needs its stalwarts to focus on late-game scoring.

"You've seen it already," Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan said. "We're 12 games in and a lot of the young guys have been in a lot of big games, on the road especially. It says a lot, the confidence they have within themselves, the coaching staff has within them."

Last Updated: 7/7/2020 12:08:27 AM EST

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