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NBA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 2/24/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




BOSTON (41 - 19) at NEW YORK (24 - 36)
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504NEW YORK208209.5
BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games41-19+6.834-2329-30103.250.044.7%52.599.650.443.4%52.4
Road Games20-8+11.719-913-14102.848.544.7%51.599.649.143.3%52.5
Last 5 Games2-3-3.82-33-1105.851.443.2%52.0109.856.846.2%55.4
Division Games9-3+5.97-53-9100.046.444.0%52.995.247.642.0%52.7
BOSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.250.038-8544.7%12-3237.1%16-2076.5%52922207135
vs opponents surrendering106.353.640-8646.0%10-2936.1%17-2276.8%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)102.848.538-8544.7%12-3237.8%15-2075.9%52921207144
Stats Against (All Games)99.650.437-8543.4%9-2734.1%17-2276.8%521020197144
vs opponents averaging106.153.539-8646.1%10-2936.1%17-2276.9%511023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)99.649.136-8443.3%9-2833.9%17-2278.6%521020197144

NEW YORK - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games24-36-4.129-3130-29103.952.746.3%52.6106.253.145.4%50.1
Home Games16-12+3.716-1213-15106.853.047.1%54.4102.949.942.9%49.7
Last 5 Games1-4-1.61-43-2105.258.644.0%50.4114.659.451.2%51.8
Division Games6-6+2.36-62-1098.547.742.1%55.2102.349.244.9%51.6
NEW YORK Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.952.740-8646.3%8-2235.3%16-2079.2%531023207155
vs opponents surrendering106.153.540-8646.1%10-2936.1%17-2276.9%521023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)106.853.041-8747.1%9-2337.5%17-2178.4%541122217155
Stats Against (All Games)106.253.139-8645.4%11-3136.4%17-2276.4%501023198135
vs opponents averaging10653.239-8645.8%11-3036.0%17-2276.8%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)102.949.937-8542.9%11-3235.7%18-2378.5%501120208145
Average power rating of opponents played: BOSTON 95.3,  NEW YORK 95.2
BOSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/16/2018NEW ORLEANS113-116L-5.5L214.5O40-10139.6%601845-10045.0%6415
1/23/2018@ LA LAKERS107-108L-5L206O42-9046.7%481140-9144.0%6810
1/24/2018@ LA CLIPPERS113-102W3.5W214O39-9341.9%531335-7944.3%5819
1/27/2018@ GOLDEN STATE105-109L11W220U37-8543.5%541438-8445.2%5011
1/29/2018@ DENVER111-110W1.5W206O43-9147.3%48942-9345.2%5810
1/31/2018NEW YORK103-73W-5.5W200U40-8348.2%64928-8732.2%5314
2/6/2018@ TORONTO91-111L5L208.5U33-8339.8%501740-8050.0%4815
2/8/2018@ WASHINGTON110-104W-2W203O39-8446.4%571738-9540.0%6020
2/14/2018LA CLIPPERS119-129L-4.5L212.5O42-9743.3%52844-8850.0%517
2/23/2018@ DETROIT110-98W-2W208P41-8548.2%521137-8543.5%5413
2/24/2018@ NEW YORK              
3/3/2018@ HOUSTON              
3/5/2018@ CHICAGO              
3/8/2018@ MINNESOTA              

NEW YORK - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/15/2018@ BROOKLYN119-104W4W211O42-8251.2%62932-8736.8%5111
1/17/2018@ MEMPHIS99-105L-2L203O35-8242.7%501441-9145.1%5211
1/19/2018@ UTAH117-115W5.5W201O44-8949.4%451242-9146.2%6417
1/21/2018@ LA LAKERS107-127L-2L214O44-8154.3%401751-9156.0%466
1/23/2018@ GOLDEN STATE112-123L16.5W226.5O43-8351.8%411346-8355.4%4012
1/25/2018@ DENVER118-130L6.5L211.5O45-8254.9%391048-8060.0%3813
1/26/2018@ PHOENIX107-85W-1W219U41-8548.2%601633-9435.1%5614
1/31/2018@ BOSTON73-103L5.5L200U28-8732.2%531440-8348.2%649
2/2/2018@ MILWAUKEE90-92L4.5W209U36-8940.4%641933-7643.4%4311
2/8/2018@ TORONTO88-113L14L213.5U33-8339.8%511543-9545.3%578
2/11/2018@ INDIANA113-121L7.5L210O41-9344.1%511147-9450.0%5813
2/12/2018@ PHILADELPHIA92-108L11.5L210U31-7839.7%471941-7455.4%4517
2/22/2018@ ORLANDO120-113W3.5W216O48-9948.5%56843-8351.8%4613
2/26/2018GOLDEN STATE              
3/2/2018@ LA CLIPPERS              
3/4/2018@ SACRAMENTO              
3/6/2018@ PORTLAND              
3/9/2018@ MILWAUKEE              
BOSTON: General manager Danny Ainge wooed Gordon Hayward away from Utah in free agency only to see him suffer a broken fibula and dislocated ankle on a play less than six minutes into a season-opening loss at Cleveland. All eyes will now be on Kyrie Irving, who was acquired in a blockbuster trade with the Cavaliers that sent Isaiah Thomas to Cleveland. On paper it is an upgrade at point guard, adding a dynamic scorer who can create his own shot. While Boston has plenty of talent, there are also questions that need to be answered. Rebounding is a big one, and another is how exactly how this new 'position-less' starting five will fare on the defensive end. Some combination of Marcus Smart, Terry Rozier and rookie Semi Ojeleye are expected to be more involved than initially planned in an effort to fill the void created by Hayward's injury. The Celtics are set up for the future with Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum, but it's unclear if this group as constituted has enough firepower to dethrone the Cleveland as East champions.
NEW YORK: The Knicks moved on from 10-time All-Star Carmelo Anthony and team president Phil Jackson, so there should be less drama this season. But there may not be any more wins, as new president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry have made it clear they're building around youth. New York gave former first-round pick Tim Hardaway a $71 million deal to return after having traded him to Atlanta two years ago. If he proves to not be worth it, there aren't many other places from which the Knicks can find offense after trading Anthony and letting Derrick Rose leave.
Celtics-Knicks Preview

The New York Knicks picked up their defensive tenacity late against Orlando Magic on Thursday, resulting in a victory.

Managing that against Orlando -- tied with five other teams with the fewest wins (18) this season -- is one thing, but that will likely not fly against visiting Boston on Saturday and against Golden State in the following game Monday.

Orlando had 69 points by halftime before the Knicks (24-36) put the clamps on the Magic, limiting them to only 43 points in the second half of a 120-113 victory.

Now comes Boston, which has the second-best record in the Eastern Conference at 41-19.

"They're going to be tough," said Knicks forward Kyle O'Quinn said. "Obviously, Boston and Golden State are two much different teams than an Orlando Magic team who has good guys.

"They present some challenges. They have dynamic bigs that are pretty good. Both have All-Star caliber players that I think if we go out there play as hard as we can and believe in ourselves we'll give ourselves a chance like we did in Orlando."

Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek was complimentary of the defense played by guards Trey Burke and Frank Ntilikina against Orlando in the second half. Ntilikina had two blocks and a steal. Forward Lance Thomas was also given credit by Hornacek because of his ability to guard multiple positions.

"He's kind of that guy, it doesn't matter if he's on the one, two, three or four," Hornacek said. "When he's at the four spot, then we also have the ability to switch some too because you're not afraid of Lance switching off on a point guard so I think guys have more confidence that when things come together, hey we can just switch it."

The Knicks beat the Celtics, 102-93, on Dec. 21 despite Boston guard Kyrie Irving scoring 32 points. Hornacek said he is not certain whether he will play Burke, Ntilikina or Emmanuel Mudiay against Irving.

Mudiay, who was acquired in a three-way trade from Denver on Feb. 8, started his first game with the Knicks against Orlando and finished with eight points, four assists and five rebounds in 23 minutes.

"It's not just, 'Hey that guy's got to guard Kyrie.' You've got to have a team defense that's there to back him up when Kyrie gets around. So again, they'll probably all end up with a shot at him at some point," Hornacek said.

One of Boston coach Brad Stevens' primary concerns is the status of post player Aron Baynes, who is a game-time decision after suffering a left elbow strain Friday in the Celtics' 110-98 win at Detroit. He left the game early in the first quarter and never returned.

"I don't know exactly what it was," said Stevens. "He's feeling a little bit better. They have not ruled him out for (Saturday). But they said he's going to be sore."

If Baynes can't the Knicks, center Daniel Theis, who scored a career-high 19 points against Detroit, could be the starter.

Other Boston personnel matters: Guard Shane Larkin, who missed his 10th straight game Friday, could return against the Knicks and guard Marcus Smart is back and strong following a month-long absence because of injuries to score 12 points against Detroit.

"The hand felt good," Smart said after the Detroit game. "The thigh felt good. Obviously, we did a good job and we didn't have to play that many minutes."

Last Updated: 12/16/2018 12:08:37 AM EST

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