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Monday 1/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




MIAMI (27 - 19) at HOUSTON (32 - 12)
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Monday, 1/22/2018 8:05 PM
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MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games27-19+12.221-2319-25101.251.845.6%49.4101.951.145.4%49.7
Road Games15-10+12.915-1010-14101.351.645.7%50.4101.151.344.3%51.0
Last 5 Games3-2+2.43-23-2103.050.246.2%52.2101.049.243.3%49.0
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)101.251.838-8345.6%11-3136.7%14-1976.3%49822207145
vs opponents surrendering105.553.139-8646.0%10-2936.2%16-2176.9%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)101.351.638-8345.7%11-3037.2%15-2074.8%50823217146
Stats Against (All Games)101.951.137-8245.4%9-2536.2%18-2379.0%50920197135
vs opponents averaging105.452.639-8545.9%10-2836.3%17-2277.0%51923208145
Stats Against (Road Games)101.151.337-8344.3%9-2735.5%18-2376.6%51921197135

HOUSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games32-12+1.622-2121-22114.760.746.0%51.9106.953.947.1%50.0
Home Games17-6-6.510-1214-9117.662.147.0%52.4109.655.247.9%49.4
Last 5 Games4-1+2.44-11-4113.459.244.3%54.6105.251.249.1%48.2
HOUSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)114.760.739-8646.0%16-4336.3%20-2579.4%521022209145
vs opponents surrendering105.753.339-8645.7%10-2936.1%17-2276.8%511022208145
Team Stats (Home Games)117.662.140-8647.0%16-4336.8%21-2777.4%521023229144
Stats Against (All Games)106.953.940-8547.1%11-2937.4%16-2174.7%50823218145
vs opponents averaging105.55339-8546.0%10-2836.1%17-2276.7%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)109.655.241-8547.9%11-2837.2%17-2374.7%49824228144
Average power rating of opponents played: MIAMI 95.8,  HOUSTON 95.8
MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/15/2017@ CHARLOTTE104-98W5.5W203.5U39-7850.0%451634-8341.0%5216
12/16/2017LA CLIPPERS90-85W-6.5L205.5U31-8237.8%46835-8043.7%6217
12/18/2017@ ATLANTA104-110L1.5L202O36-7945.6%511938-8345.8%4712
12/20/2017@ BOSTON90-89W9W199.5U33-7544.0%561230-8037.5%5210
12/23/2017NEW ORLEANS94-109L3.5L209.5U36-8542.4%481339-7353.4%4114
12/30/2017@ ORLANDO117-111W-1W205.5O45-8851.1%46844-8154.3%4112
1/5/2018NEW YORK107-103W-6.5L202.5O38-9440.4%521439-8048.7%4919
1/9/2018@ TORONTO90-89W4W204.5U39-9740.2%711335-9038.9%475
1/10/2018@ INDIANA114-106W4W202.5O43-8153.1%441543-8650.0%5314
1/15/2018@ CHICAGO111-119L1.5L207O40-8447.6%491442-8847.7%499
1/17/2018@ MILWAUKEE106-101W4.5W203O38-8246.3%541433-7643.4%489
1/19/2018@ BROOKLYN95-101L-3L207.5U35-8441.7%521136-7647.4%5014
1/20/2018@ CHARLOTTE106-105W7W201.5O43-8749.4%521441-9045.6%517
1/22/2018@ HOUSTON              
1/29/2018@ DALLAS              
1/31/2018@ CLEVELAND              
2/2/2018@ PHILADELPHIA              
2/3/2018@ DETROIT              

HOUSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/15/2017SAN ANTONIO124-109W-8W214O43-9147.3%581346-9448.9%4917
12/20/2017LA LAKERS116-122L-15L226O37-9041.1%591440-8547.1%6210
12/22/2017LA CLIPPERS118-128L-12.5L219.5O36-7846.2%521743-9147.3%518
12/25/2017@ OKLAHOMA CITY107-112L2.5L219.5U35-8143.2%471343-7954.4%4614
12/28/2017@ BOSTON98-99L-1.5L215.5U30-8037.5%531637-8245.1%5616
12/29/2017@ WASHINGTON103-121L-2L224P38-8942.7%431447-8853.4%5516
12/31/2017LA LAKERS148-142W-15L225.5O49-10646.2%581153-10550.5%6914
1/3/2018@ ORLANDO116-98W-7.5W217U42-8947.2%571535-9138.5%5312
1/4/2018GOLDEN STATE114-124L4L231O42-8947.2%471048-8755.2%5312
1/6/2018@ DETROIT101-108L-6.5L212.5U38-9042.2%481338-7550.7%4911
1/8/2018@ CHICAGO116-107W-6W220O39-8645.3%581640-8646.5%4411
1/12/2018@ PHOENIX112-95W-7.5W232U39-9441.5%581137-8046.2%4519
1/15/2018@ LA CLIPPERS102-113L-4.5L230U38-9440.4%481244-7955.7%5118
1/20/2018GOLDEN STATE116-108W3W238U41-8747.1%591540-8248.8%4219
1/24/2018@ DALLAS              
1/26/2018@ NEW ORLEANS              
2/1/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              
2/3/2018@ CLEVELAND              
2/6/2018@ BROOKLYN              
2/7/2018@ MIAMI              
MIAMI: Miami went 30-11 in the second half of last season, and kept the core of that team together after giving long-term deals to Dion Waiters and James Johnson, plus finding the space needed to pick up Wayne Ellington's option. Kelly Olynyk does some things in pick-and-roll situations that draw comparisons to what Chris Bosh used to do in Miami, and Justise Winslow's return to the rotation after an injury-plagued year may also help. The key to the team's success, however, is going to be the play of Goran Dragic, who found a new gear this past summer when he led his native Slovenia to its first European championship. He's a clear locker-room leader alongside 15-year veteran Udonis Haslem, and the Heat, who don't have a true backup point guard, need Dragic to be great if they're going to contend in the East.
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 focusing on Heat after topping Warriors

HOUSTON -- Locked in a stretch of games where the challenges are severe and unique, the Rockets attempted to avoid lingering too long on their win against the Golden State Warriors.

The Rockets (32-12) will host the Miami Heat on Monday night at Toyota Center having already defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves and Warriors at home in succession. And while some in the postgame locker room on Saturday night shifted their focus to the Heat, others acknowledged the significance of beating the Warriors for a second time this season and securing the tiebreaker in the event the teams complete the season with the same record.

Golden State presents challenges that few teams can successfully counter. That Houston survived matters both in the immediate future with a quality squad like Miami upcoming, and down the line in the event that the Rockets and Warriors square off in the postseason.

"They're going to give you their best shot every time; they don't play around," Rockets reserve forward P.J. Tucker said of the Warriors. "They put people in compromising positions with switches, and they're one of the smartest teams in the league. I think those kinds of tests early in the seasons, matchups now (matter). Obviously, the postseason is a long way from now and there'll be probably two totally different teams by then, but it's good to get that test early."

With the Warriors behind them for the foreseeable future, what remains for the Rockets is establishing continued cohesion following a series of injuries that have stymied momentum. Houston will welcome both Trevor Ariza and Gerald Green back to their rotation off suspension against the Heat, and will presumably begin the task of reestablishing its identity.

The Heat (27-19) produced another example of the grit that has fueled their rise in the East on Saturday night, rallying past the Charlotte Hornets 106-105 despite their short-handed roster.

Already down guard Dion Waiters, Miami played without guards Goran Dragic (knee) and Tyler Johnson (ankle) against the Hornets. Its makeshift lineup included Wayne Ellington making his first start of the season and, appropriately, he responded with six 3-pointers and a game-high 26 points. That performance was emblematic of what Miami does, particularly over the last month with the Heat winning 12 of their last 16 games to climb to fourth in the East.

By outscoring Charlotte 33-22 in the final period, Miami, which fell in Brooklyn on Friday night, avoided consecutive losses yet again. The Heat haven't dropped back-to-back games since early December which is right around the time the tenacity was ratcheted up a notch.

"It's not necessarily about that final score," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "It's more about feeling, OK, we did it on our terms in the fourth quarter. It didn't look like it was heading that way in the third quarter. They just lit us up and it looked a lot like (Friday) night.

"Guys took ownership of it. Our defensive intensity in the fourth quarter was the best part, the most consistent part during the game. That's when it's toughest. That's the identity we want to stay true to regardless of what happens there at the end."

Last Updated: 2/17/2019 12:50:54 PM EST

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