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NBA : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/19/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




INDIANA (8 - 8) at MIAMI (7 - 8)
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Sunday, 11/19/2017 5:05 PM
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INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-8+6.89-78-8108.456.747.5%51.1108.754.747.4%51.9
Road Games4-5+4.65-46-3109.756.748.6%48.9109.254.649.0%50.8
Last 5 Games3-2+1.43-22-3104.052.446.6%51.4106.453.646.3%51.8
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.456.741-8747.5%10-2540.0%16-2175.1%51923197144
vs opponents surrendering104.652.939-8545.5%10-2936.5%17-2277.2%511022218155
Team Stats (Road Games)109.756.742-8748.6%10-2541.6%14-1877.7%49825208143
Stats Against (All Games)108.754.742-8947.4%10-2936.0%14-1972.2%521124197146
vs opponents averaging104.453.139-8545.1%10-2935.9%17-2277.3%521022218155
Stats Against (Road Games)109.254.643-8849.0%10-2934.9%13-1969.0%511026197157

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-8+0.75-86-8100.653.844.6%51.3102.050.743.4%52.4
Home Games3-4-1.30-53-4102.654.446.2%49.0104.652.145.0%50.7
Last 5 Games3-2+1.63-22-399.452.643.5%
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)100.653.838-8444.6%11-3235.1%14-1977.5%51820228165
vs opponents surrendering105.15339-8645.8%10-2836.0%17-2276.1%511023218155
Team Stats (Home Games)102.654.439-8446.2%11-3135.2%15-1879.1%49819227165
Stats Against (All Games)102.050.737-8443.4%9-2436.9%20-2579.5%521018198145
vs opponents averaging106.152.939-8645.6%10-2837.1%17-2277.7%521023208155
Stats Against (Home Games)104.652.138-8445.0%8-2139.0%21-2681.7%51916199144
Average power rating of opponents played: INDIANA 95.2,  MIAMI 97.5
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@ MEMPHIS116-113W3W203.5O43-8550.6%431244-8651.2%4815
11/19/2017@ MIAMI              
11/20/2017@ ORLANDO              
11/29/2017@ HOUSTON              
12/1/2017@ TORONTO              
12/4/2017NEW YORK              

MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/18/2017@ ORLANDO109-116L-3.5L205.5O44-10243.1%561343-9047.8%6014
10/25/2017SAN ANTONIO100-117L3L196.5O37-8046.2%34942-7655.3%5115
11/3/2017@ DENVER94-95L5.5W216.5U36-7746.8%482336-8045.0%5217
11/5/2017@ LA CLIPPERS104-101W5.5W205P37-8444.0%491634-8739.1%6015
11/6/2017@ GOLDEN STATE80-97L14.5L223.5U30-8336.1%552032-8736.8%6014
11/8/2017@ PHOENIX126-115W-6W216.5O43-8153.1%601440-8845.5%4011
11/10/2017@ UTAH84-74W2.5W194U30-7739.0%572025-7433.8%4617
11/12/2017@ DETROIT103-112L2L200O39-9043.3%46942-8748.3%6013
11/17/2017@ WASHINGTON91-88W4.5W205.5U34-8341.0%551532-8438.1%5312
11/24/2017@ MINNESOTA              
11/26/2017@ CHICAGO              
11/28/2017@ CLEVELAND              
11/29/2017@ NEW YORK              
12/3/2017GOLDEN STATE              
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.
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.
Heat, Pacers meet coming off wins

MIAMI -- They say timing is everything, and if that's true, Sunday's game between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat just got more interesting.

Both the Heat (7-8) and Pacers (8-8) came up with impressive wins on Friday night, beating teams ahead of them in the Eastern Conference standings.

Miami, which has won six straight home games against Indiana, defeated the Washington Wizards, building a 25-point lead before holding on for a 91-88 victory.

Indiana won the opposite way, starting slowly but finishing strong, overcoming a 22-point deficit in a 107-100 win over the red-hot Detroit Pistons.

"Tonight you saw a team that didn't give up," Pacers coach Nate McMillan told the Indianapolis Star after Indiana's comeback win. "(We) battled and flipped the switch on Detroit."

The Heat looked bad down the stretch, but they were not about to give this win back, especially when they held Washington Wizards star point guard John Wall to just eight points.

"Our defense is tighter, and our penetrators are getting in the paint," said Heat center Hassan Whiteside when asked by Sun Sports for the key to the victory that snapped a two-game losing streak. "We are not settling for jump shots."

Whiteside was huge for Miami, posting his seventh double-double in just 10 games this season. He had 22 points, 16 rebounds and two blocks, making 10 of 12 shots from the floor.

"Hassan came to play, and that started with film study and practice," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra told the media. "He's getting better every week, and he is proving it with his play."

While the Heat were beating Washington, Indiana was relying on reserve guard Lance Stephenson, who scored all 13 points of his points in the fourth quarter against Detroit.

"I just wanted to win so bad," Stephenson said after his big finish.

The Pacers outscored Detroit 36-19 in the fourth quarter, making 6 of 7 3-pointers.

Shooting guard Victor Oladipo, new to the Pacers this season, was another key against the Pistons, posting 21 points, 15 rebounds, four assists, one steal and one block in a stellar 39-minute, all-around effort.

Oladipo leads Indiana in scoring (23.1), and he now prepares for his matchup against Heat shooting guard Dion Waiters (16.3). Both are 6-foot-4, and both are 25 years old. Oladipo is having the better season so far, but Waiters is a very proud player who won't back down from a challenge.

Whiteside (16.3 points, 14.1 rebounds) against Pacers center Myles Turner (13.0 points, 8.0 rebounds) could be a featured matchup as well. Turner has scored in double figures in six of the seven games he has played since returning from a concussion.

At point guard, Miami's Goran Dragic is the better scorer (19.0). But Indiana's Darren Collison (13.0 scoring average) ranks fourth in the NBA in assist-to-turnover ratio (4.5).

Bench play will likely be a major factor, too.

Miami's James Johnson, one of the key players in that Heat bench brigade, snapped out of a recent slump by scoring 20 points against Washington on Friday. He also had five rebounds and four assists in 31 minutes.

"That wasn't my character the past few games," Johnson told the media when asked about his recent slump.

Spoelstra said he was impressed that Johnson "stepped in front of all of you (the media) and took responsibility (for Miami's uneven play of late). He didn't need to do that, but that's a great sign of leadership."

Both teams are relatively healthy.

Indiana is without 6-7 depth forward Glenn Robinson III, who is a good 3-point shooter but is out until at least until mid-February due to surgery on his left ankle.

Miami is without depth forwards Rodney McGruder and Okaro White.

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 5:33:04 AM EST

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