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




DETROIT (10 - 3) at MILWAUKEE (7 - 6)
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DETROIT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-3+6.69-38-5106.554.046.4%51.0101.252.746.4%48.9
Road Games3-2+1.24-13-2105.051.645.7%48.0105.858.447.5%51.8
Last 5 Games5-0+53-14-1110.056.448.3%54.499.849.646.9%43.6
Division Games2-0+22-01-1109.559.049.7%54.096.550.045.0%43.0
DETROIT Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)106.554.041-8846.4%11-2838.0%14-1975.6%511122198143
vs opponents surrendering106.854.139-8645.5%11-3035.6%18-2376.6%521023218155
Team Stats (Road Games)105.051.641-9145.7%10-2835.5%12-1580.3%4813201910142
Stats Against (All Games)101.252.738-8246.4%10-2736.2%15-2078.4%49824207165
vs opponents averaging106.154.540-8546.3%10-2737.0%17-2375.6%521023218155
Stats Against (Road Games)105.858.439-8247.5%10-2837.0%18-2378.9%521125177176

MILWAUKEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-6+0.46-57-6104.353.548.2%45.0105.254.846.5%50.8
Home Games4-3-0.23-33-4100.151.346.1%42.7102.754.446.0%54.1
Last 5 Games3-2+1.63-12-3103.454.447.8%47.0101.857.046.2%49.6
Division Games0-3-3.20-22-1104.054.750.0%38.7115.059.750.6%48.0
MILWAUKEE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)104.353.540-8248.2%10-2639.4%15-1976.8%45724237145
vs opponents surrendering102.952.538-8544.7%10-2935.0%17-2276.5%51922228155
Team Stats (Home Games)100.151.337-8146.1%9-2636.3%16-2177.2%43622228134
Stats Against (All Games)105.254.837-8046.5%10-2639.1%20-2677.8%51921197154
vs opponents averaging104.452.538-8545.0%10-2835.9%18-2476.0%531021208155
Stats Against (Home Games)102.754.436-7846.0%10-2637.3%21-2777.2%54921197165
Average power rating of opponents played: DETROIT 95.8,  MILWAUKEE 96.5
DETROIT - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/20/2017@ WASHINGTON111-115L6.5W211.5O43-8749.4%431940-7553.3%4716
10/21/2017@ NEW YORK111-107W-1W204.5O44-9148.4%471237-8145.7%5112
10/28/2017@ LA CLIPPERS95-87W8W206U36-8840.9%611228-8433.3%6018
10/29/2017@ GOLDEN STATE115-107W14.5W221O43-9346.2%421344-7757.1%4425
10/31/2017@ LA LAKERS93-113L-3L207.5U41-9443.6%471345-9149.5%5714
11/15/2017@ MILWAUKEE              
11/17/2017@ INDIANA              
11/19/2017@ MINNESOTA              
11/24/2017@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
11/27/2017@ BOSTON              
12/1/2017@ WASHINGTON              

MILWAUKEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/18/2017@ BOSTON108-100W1W203O38-7650.0%511539-9142.9%5412
10/29/2017@ ATLANTA117-106W-6W199.5O44-8154.3%471436-7746.8%4116
10/31/2017OKLAHOMA CITY91-110L2.5L210.5U32-7642.1%371440-8149.4%5515
11/1/2017@ CHARLOTTE121-126L4L203O45-9149.5%481445-8453.6%4711
11/3/2017@ DETROIT96-105L1L204U39-8347.0%421337-7847.4%4912
11/7/2017@ CLEVELAND119-124L5T221.5O47-8356.6%401741-8250.0%4612
11/10/2017@ SAN ANTONIO94-87W4.5W203.5U41-8946.1%581334-8042.5%4418
11/11/2017LA LAKERS98-90W-6.5W218.5U35-8640.7%471131-7441.9%6621
11/18/2017@ DALLAS              
11/22/2017@ PHOENIX              
11/25/2017@ UTAH              
11/28/2017@ SACRAMENTO              
11/30/2017@ PORTLAND              
DETROIT: After a playoff appearance in 2016, the Pistons took a step back last season. There was plenty of blame to go around. A lot of the criticism landed on Andre Drummond, who has been Detroit's franchise player but hasn't always lived up to those expectations. He may never become a proficient shooter from the foul line, but he can still have a big impact if his scoring and rebounding numbers look more like they did two seasons ago. Detroit also needed better play from Reggie Jackson, who was bothered by knee issues. The Pistons need improved production from those two this season, and the hope is that swapping Marcus Morris for Avery Bradley while letting Kentavious Caldwell-Pope go turns into a net positive.
MILWAUKEE: The Bucks essentially stuck with the same roster after making the playoffs for the second time in three seasons. They're still young, but expectations are on the rise, especially with Giannis Antetokounmpo becoming an All-Star. The 6-foot-11 forward with the freakishly athletic skills will get to play a full season now with Khris Middleton, who missed the first three months of the 2016-17 campaign with a hamstring injury. Ideally, Middleton's ability to shoot and play off the dribble creates more spacing on the floor for Antetokounmpo, who will also get more help at midseason with the expected return of forward Jabari Parker from a knee injury.
Streaking Pistons visit Bucks

MILWAUKEE -- After sweeping a five-game homestand to take a commanding lead in the Central Division, the resurgent Detroit Pistons take their show on the road Wednesday night when they face the Milwaukee Bucks at the Bradley Center.

At 10-3 on the season, Detroit is off to its best start since 2005-06, when the Pistons opened the season 11-2.

They've been dominant at home this season, winning seven of eight games at Little Caesar's Arena, but are 3-2 on the road.

"You just move on to the next chapter," Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said. "Nine of 11 on the road and the next three games are on the road against teams that you beat at home, so now they want back at you. The challenges just keep mounting, but you put wins the bank."

Detroit's surprising start has been fueled by Andre Drummond and Tobias Harris.

Harris, who spent his first 1 1/2 NBA seasons with the Bucks, earned Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors after averaging 21.3 points and 7.7 rebounds last week and leads the Pistons this season with 20.1 points per game while ranking fourth in the league in 3-point shooting percentage at 50.6.

Drummond leads the league in rebounding this season, grabbing 15.6 per game, and has at least 12 in each of his last 13 games. His assists numbers are up as well this season as he transitions into a point-center role in the motion offense Van Gundy installed over the summer.

"I'm excited about my new role and I'm way more involved in the offense," Drummond said. "I'm able to make plays, find my teammates open, and it puts pressure on the defense.

"It gets real stagnant sometimes when you watch basketball ... one-on-one, pick and roll and big guys are standing around doing nothing. When you see constant ball movement the way we've been playing, it's fun for all of us. Everybody is getting shots."

The duo came up big in the last meeting with Milwaukee.

Drummond scored 14 of his 24 points in the third quarter and Harris knocked down three 3-pointers to finish with 13 points as the Detroit beat the Bucks 105-96 snapping a three-game losing streak to their divisional rivals.

But the Bucks are a significantly different team than they were Nov. 3. The day after that meeting, the Bucks acquired Eric Bledsoe in a trade with Phoenix and have won three in a row since the veteran guard joined the team.

"I would have liked him stay in the West because he's a really good player," Van Gundy said of Bledsoe. "That's another element to (the Bucks) so I didn't like that, but I have no control over it so I don't worry about it."

Bledsoe is averaging 13 points despite shooting just 37.8 percent from the floor. Those numbers are pretty good when you consider that Bledsoe had gone two weeks without playing after having a falling out with the Suns.

A right knee contusion suffered Saturday against the Lakers made him a game-time decision for Milwaukee's game Monday night against Memphis, but Bledsoe made his third straight start and played 27 minutes, finishing with 15 points in a 110-103 victory.

"My legs feel good," Bledsoe said. "Any time you win, you don't feel anything, so I'm happy about that. We've just got to lock in when we play Wednesday at home to close another one out."

His presence has added another dimension for the Bucks, who continue to rely heavily on forward Giannis Antetokounmpo, the NBA's leading scorer with 31.3 points per game.

"He's a hell of a player," Van Gundy said. "Clearly they wanted another guy to push the ball and run pick-and-rolls, maybe take some pressure off Giannis having to handle the ball all the time."

Last Updated: 10/15/2018 10:30:24 PM EST

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