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NBA : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 11/15/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




INDIANA (6 - 8) at MEMPHIS (7 - 6)
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INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games6-8+4.47-77-7108.056.747.6%50.9109.154.647.6%52.2
Road Games3-5+3.34-45-3108.955.448.4%49.6108.754.748.7%51.1
Last 5 Games1-4-3.21-42-3102.057.046.6%48.6108.853.447.8%52.8
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.056.741-8747.6%10-2538.2%16-2174.7%51923208144
vs opponents surrendering105.35339-8545.6%11-2936.5%17-2276.6%51922218155
Team Stats (Road Games)108.955.442-8848.4%10-2540.6%14-1876.0%50924208143
Stats Against (All Games)109.154.642-8947.6%10-2936.3%14-1971.5%521024197156
vs opponents averaging1055339-8645.3%10-2935.6%17-2276.7%521022218155
Stats Against (Road Games)108.754.743-8848.7%10-2936.2%13-1967.8%511026197156

MEMPHIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-6+3.46-74-8101.254.245.0%48.399.953.543.1%52.5
Home Games4-2+2.43-31-5101.854.843.0%51.596.248.740.0%56.3
Last 5 Games2-3-0.32-33-2102.455.247.6%44.8105.858.046.1%50.6
MEMPHIS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)101.254.236-8045.0%10-2934.2%19-2579.0%48720238135
vs opponents surrendering105.554.439-8545.6%10-2936.1%18-2377.3%51922218155
Team Stats (Home Games)101.854.836-8443.0%10-3132.4%20-2675.6%51920229126
Stats Against (All Games)99.953.535-8243.1%10-3033.9%19-2579.3%531119237155
vs opponents averaging10755.239-8545.8%12-3235.9%18-2377.0%52922218155
Stats Against (Home Games)96.248.733-8340.0%10-3034.8%19-2382.9%561219256177
Average power rating of opponents played: INDIANA 95.4,  MEMPHIS 95.8
INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/21/2017@ MIAMI108-112L9.5W213.5O43-9644.8%541145-8751.7%5314
10/24/2017@ MINNESOTA130-107W10W218.5O56-8466.7%481742-8648.8%3514
10/25/2017@ OKLAHOMA CITY96-114L13L218U28-8333.7%521943-8948.3%6220
10/29/2017SAN ANTONIO97-94W6.5W209U36-7746.8%541936-9040.0%5115
11/1/2017@ CLEVELAND124-107W10W217O49-9054.4%471143-8650.0%4616
11/3/2017@ PHILADELPHIA110-121L5L217O45-9746.4%531146-9250.0%5518
11/5/2017@ NEW YORK101-108L-1.5L216U37-7946.8%411244-8850.0%5212
11/7/2017NEW ORLEANS112-117L1.5L217.5O44-9347.3%491044-8750.6%5312
11/8/2017@ DETROIT97-114L6.5L210O38-8843.2%441543-8351.8%5915
11/10/2017@ CHICAGO105-87W-3.5W201U43-8451.2%581837-9339.8%4712
11/15/2017@ MEMPHIS              
11/19/2017@ MIAMI              
11/20/2017@ ORLANDO              
11/29/2017@ HOUSTON              
12/1/2017@ TORONTO              

MEMPHIS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/18/2017NEW ORLEANS103-91W-2W204.5U39-9242.4%591130-7938.0%6018
10/21/2017GOLDEN STATE111-101W8.5W212.5U36-7746.8%491433-8439.3%5517
10/23/2017@ HOUSTON98-90W8W214U29-6842.6%471232-7741.6%4617
10/25/2017@ DALLAS94-103L-3L197P33-7245.8%481736-7448.6%4611
11/4/2017@ LA CLIPPERS113-104W5W200.5O40-8447.6%491138-8345.8%5113
11/5/2017@ LA LAKERS102-107L-2L206.5O40-8746.0%451240-8547.1%5516
11/7/2017@ PORTLAND98-97W2.5W201U35-7347.9%411436-8144.4%4716
11/11/2017@ HOUSTON96-111L7L209.5U38-7948.1%461937-8344.6%5216
11/13/2017@ MILWAUKEE103-110L4L199.5O37-7648.7%431440-8248.8%489
11/24/2017@ DENVER              
11/29/2017@ SAN ANTONIO              
12/1/2017SAN ANTONIO              
INDIANA: Paul George's departure completely changed Indiana's game plan. Rather than making moves like a potential championship contender, new president of basketball operations Kevin Pritchard decided to rebuild on the fly. Conventional wisdom suggests this team will struggle, and it could. But the Pacers seem to be playing like a better unit and may have just enough to sneak into the Eastern Conference playoffs. Although it's expected to be Myles Turner who replaces George as the face of the franchise, the key to Indiana's success this season will be Victor Oladipo, a defensive stopper who can provide the consistent energy the Pacers were lacking last season. Oladipo's ability to play fast and to share the leadership duties with Turner could finally push the 6-foot-4 guard to have that breakthrough season expected from the No. 2 draft pick four years ago.
MEMPHIS: The Grizzlies' streak of seven straight playoff appearances could come to an end. The Western Conference is more competitive and Memphis needs Chandler Parsons to be healthy and shooting at his best to complement Mike Conley and Marc Gasol. Parsons signed a four-year, $94 million deal a year ago as the player the Grizzlies hoped finally would be the outside shooting threat they've wanted for years. But Parsons wound up playing only 34 games shooting just 26.9 percent from 3-point range before being sidelined in March by yet another knee surgery, this on his left knee. His pay, combined with the big deals given to Conley and Gasol, limited how much Memphis could spend this offseason. Head coach David Fizdale needs several young Grizzlies to quickly develop to keep opponents from smothering Conley and Gasol.
Grizzlies look to continue success against Pacers

MEMPHIS -- One team struggling on defense meets another that is turned cold on offense when the Memphis Grizzlies open a four-game homestand Wednesday night against the Indiana Pacers.

The Grizzlies have prevailed in six of their last seven meetings with their Eastern Conference opponent, including four straight at home.

Memphis captured a 110-97 victory last March over Indiana in their most recent head-to-head, one that squared the season series at 1-1 after the Pacers had secured a 102-92 home win a month earlier.

The Grizzlies opened this season 4-2 mostly on the strength of a defense that allowed only two of their first six opponents to reach 100 points.

But they've since slipped on that end of the floor -- giving up 100 or more in six of seven games and losing five times in that stretch.

They are coming off a 2-3 road trip that culminated in 111-96 and 110-103 losses at Houston and Milwaukee, respectively.

The Grizzlies allowed 46.7 percent shooting overall and 41.8 percent on 3-pointers in the two defeats, getting outscored 84-51 from beyond the arc.

One issue has been the health of the club's top perimeter defender, point guard Mike Conley, who has been dealing with a painful Achilles.

"It's all mental. This game is mental," Conley insisted. "I've been through it, the ups and downs, and I always come out on top. It's no different this time. I'm just going to take it day by day and keep improving. We just need to figure it out. It's tough."

In the Pacers, the Grizzlies will see another team seeking answers to recent problems. They've lost five of their last six.

They began the season as one of the league's highest scoring teams, topping 100 points in eight of 11 games, before being held to 97 and 95, respectively, in recent losses to Detroit and Houston.

Like the Grizzlies, who for the first time in almost a decade began a season without Zach Randolph and Tony Allen, the Pacers remain in transition after having dealt Paul George in the off-season.

Newcomer Domantas Sabonis has been impressive, leading the club in rebounding at 9.8 per game while also averaging 13.3 points, but he hasn't started any of the last five games. In fact, his minutes average (26.5) is only sixth on the club.

"We still have to iron out some things," Pacers coach Nate McMillan noted. "But that's where we are. This is a new group, and we're trying to find out combinations that work."

The Pacers both shoot and allow a 47.6 percentage in field goals, which puts them near the top of the league in offense and near the bottom in defense.

The latter will have to deal with Grizzlies newcomer Tyreke Evans, who has been scoring at a historical pace off the bench in recent games.

Evans has scored at least 20 points while making at least 45 percent of his shots in each of the last six games, becoming the first NBA reserve to compile such a streak since Sarunas Marciulionis for Golden State in 1992.

Coincidentally, Marciulionis and Sabonis' father, Arvydas, were Olympic teammates for Lithuania.

Last Updated: 10/20/2018 3:23:19 AM EST

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