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NBA : ATS Matchup
Monday 11/20/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




OKLAHOMA CITY (7 - 8) at NEW ORLEANS (8 - 8)
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Monday, 11/20/2017 8:05 PM
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515OKLAHOMA CITY-2.5-2.5
516NEW ORLEANS214.5214
OKLAHOMA CITY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-8-10.46-85-10102.951.944.5%51.797.545.743.2%52.3
Road Games2-6-112-62-699.249.743.7%
Last 5 Games3-2+0.62-23-2103.854.644.6%50.899.046.043.0%53.0
OKLAHOMA CITY Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)102.951.938-8544.5%11-3135.3%17-2373.5%5211212210145
vs opponents surrendering103.852.339-8446.1%11-2936.8%16-2176.2%51922208155
Team Stats (Road Games)99.249.737-8643.7%11-3134.6%14-1971.7%5111202112135
Stats Against (All Games)97.545.735-8043.2%10-2835.0%18-2377.5%521020217184
vs opponents averaging102.450.838-8544.7%10-2736.4%16-2177.4%511022208144
Stats Against (Road Games)97.245.935-7944.5%9-2833.5%18-2379.0%511022207186

NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-8-2.99-78-8108.457.048.0%50.7110.657.846.7%50.4
Home Games3-4-3.93-43-4110.459.749.5%48.4111.658.649.1%46.0
Last 5 Games2-3-1.62-33-2113.057.453.0%43.2120.260.450.7%47.4
NEW ORLEANS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.457.041-8548.0%10-3034.9%16-2175.1%51926208164
vs opponents surrendering105.953.739-8645.8%11-2935.9%17-2276.3%521023208155
Team Stats (Home Games)110.459.743-8649.5%10-2936.3%15-1977.3%489292010174
Stats Against (All Games)110.657.841-8846.7%12-3138.3%17-2177.6%501023218154
vs opponents averaging105.553.239-8545.9%10-2836.3%17-2277.5%51922218155
Stats Against (Home Games)111.658.641-8349.1%14-3242.8%16-2079.4%468232110173
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA CITY 96.2,  NEW ORLEANS 96.5
OKLAHOMA CITY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/19/2017NEW YORK105-84W-12W215U39-9043.3%571832-7940.5%5425
10/21/2017@ UTAH87-96L-4L200U32-7841.0%501738-7749.4%4518
10/27/2017@ MINNESOTA116-119L-2L218O43-8650.0%431442-8648.8%5515
10/28/2017@ CHICAGO101-69W-8.5W203U39-8844.3%601122-7828.2%5419
10/31/2017@ MILWAUKEE110-91W-2.5W210.5U40-8149.4%551532-7642.1%3714
11/5/2017@ PORTLAND99-103L-3L211.5U40-8944.9%431337-7450.0%5621
11/7/2017@ SACRAMENTO86-94L-10.5L202.5U29-8633.7%551437-7946.8%5023
11/9/2017@ DENVER94-102L-2L215.5U38-9042.2%541638-8246.3%5419
11/10/2017LA CLIPPERS120-111W-5W210O40-7851.3%481239-8446.4%5518
11/17/2017@ SAN ANTONIO101-104L-1.5L200O39-8943.8%50834-7744.2%5613
11/20/2017@ NEW ORLEANS              
11/22/2017GOLDEN STATE              
11/25/2017@ DALLAS              
11/29/2017@ ORLANDO              
12/3/2017SAN ANTONIO              

NEW ORLEANS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/18/2017@ MEMPHIS91-103L2L204.5U30-7938.0%601839-9242.4%5911
10/20/2017GOLDEN STATE120-128L9.5W221O45-9547.4%551647-8952.8%4918
10/22/2017@ LA LAKERS119-112W-5.5W222O47-8356.6%501844-9048.9%4317
10/24/2017@ PORTLAND93-103L5L216.5U30-7639.5%481733-8837.5%6719
10/26/2017@ SACRAMENTO114-106W1W204O42-8648.8%551538-8146.9%4012
11/3/2017@ DALLAS99-94W-4.5W211U36-8940.4%671234-8838.6%5115
11/4/2017@ CHICAGO96-90W-5.5W199.5U35-8740.2%611335-9935.4%6317
11/7/2017@ INDIANA117-112W-1.5W217.5O44-8750.6%531244-9347.3%4910
11/9/2017@ TORONTO118-122L5W215O44-8253.7%451345-9845.9%6112
11/11/2017LA CLIPPERS111-103W-6W218U43-8053.7%562335-8640.7%4111
11/17/2017@ DENVER114-146L4.5L221.5O48-9152.7%331356-8962.9%5214
11/20/2017OKLAHOMA CITY              
11/22/2017SAN ANTONIO              
11/24/2017@ PHOENIX              
11/25/2017@ GOLDEN STATE              
12/1/2017@ UTAH              
12/2/2017@ PORTLAND              
12/4/2017GOLDEN STATE              
OKLAHOMA CITY: New arrivals Paul George and Carmelo Anthony will provide the scoring help Russell Westbrook so desperately needed last season. Anthony has been the focal point of the offense throughout his career, and even at 33 years old, he still is an elite scorer. He plans to bring that scorer's mentality to the Thunder, and Westbrook and George say the team needs it. There will be days when Anthony doesn't get the touches he's used to, and how he handles that will largely determine whether Oklahoma City is able to find a rhythm. George and Andre Roberson are elite perimeter stoppers, and Westbrook and Steven Adams are capable defenders. Adams is an emerging force in the paint, and Raymond Felton and Patrick Patterson are critical additions to the bench. The Thunder believe they can contend with Golden State, Houston and San Antonio for Western Conference supremacy.
NEW ORLEANS: If Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins mesh well, if Jrue Holiday improves as a scorer, and most importantly, if New Orleans doesn't have more bad luck with injuries, the Pelicans could contend for a Western Conference playoff spot. After two sub-.500 seasons, there will be urgency to do so. Otherwise, the regime of general manager Dell Demps and head coach Alvin Gentry could end and Cousins could walk in free agency. Davis is the key to everything for New Orleans because of his dynamism, which allows him to score from inside and out, run the floor and defend the perimeter as well as block shots in the lane. He might not score as much this season while sharing the ball with Cousins, but he hopes to be more efficient.
Davis could be back as Pelicans oppose Thunder

NEW ORLEANS -- Despite losing their past two games in ugly fashion, the New Orleans Pelicans got some hopeful news Sunday that forward Anthony Davis probably will be able to start Monday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Davis was placed into the NBA's concussion protocol during a 146-114 loss at Denver on Friday night after Nuggets center Nikola Jokic inadvertently bumped him in the head in the third quarter. Davis left the court and did not return.

The Pelicans (8-8) announced Sunday that Dr. Misty Suri, the team's director of medical services, and Dr. Andrew Gottschalk, the team's concussion management specialist, said Davis had sustained a bruised orbital bone above his right eye but not a concussion.

The Pelicans allowed 135.5 points per contest in the past two games. In Denver on Friday night -- a game win which the Pelicans allowed 82 points in the second half -- New Orleans coach Alvin Gentry was irate with his team's defensive effort. The 146 points allowed were the most in franchise history.

"It sucked. It sucked. It sucked. That's my thoughts on the game," Gentry said. "We didn't do anything right, and everything was terrible, coaching included. It was an embarrassment. We embarrassed our franchise, and that includes everyone.

"Everyone wants to talk about the tough stretch. They're all tough stretches. When you're playing on the road or at home, and you're playing against good teams -- or any team in the NBA -- they're capable of beating you on any night."

Even 48 hours after the blowout, Gentry was in no mood to talk about it.

"I don't really have anything to say," Gentry said on Sunday. "The last game, we were terrible. Like I said, I thought everything was. The play, the coaching, the approach. Everything was. I take that upon me because I've got to have those guys ready to play. And we weren't ready to play. The approach was not what it should've been, and the focus was not what it should've been."

Even though Davis averaged 29.3 points and 10.3 rebounds against Oklahoma City last season, the Thunder (8-8) swept the Pelicans in four meetings, winning by an average of 11.8 points. Russell Westbrook was the major reason, averaging a triple-double in the four games: 34.5 points, 12.5 rebounds and 10.0 assists.

Thunder coach Billy Donovan is 6-1 lifetime against New Orleans, but Oklahoma City is fighting through some rough late-game failures. The Thunder blew a 23-point lead against San Antonio on Friday night and lost 104-101.

The Spurs outscored the Thunder by 20 points in the final three quarters after Oklahoma City limited San Antonio to a season-low 15 points in the first period. The Thunder also surrendered an 18-point lead to the Boston Celtics in a 101-94 home loss on Nov. 3.

Asked how they could fix the late-game quagmires, Westbrook went back to basics: "Just play the same way (for) 48 minutes," he said.

Donovan said of the loss to the Spurs, "I knew they were going to make a run, but I really didn't feel like it was because we got comfortable, we got relaxed."

In 15 games, Davis is averaging 25.1 points and 11 rebounds on 56.7 percent shooting.

The Pelicans allowed Denver to shoot 62.9 percent from the field on Friday and Toronto to shoot 59.2 percent from the field on Wednesday. Opponents are shooting 38.1 percent from 3-point range against New Orleans this season.

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 3:25:36 AM EST

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