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NBA : ATS Matchup
Friday 3/8/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




INDIANA (38 - 23) at ORLANDO (17 - 45)
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Friday, 3/8/2013 7:05 PM
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INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games38-23+3.834-2726-3593.746.243.4%54.589.544.441.5%50.1
Road Games13-16-1.415-1411-1889.342.242.9%52.590.444.142.3%50.1
Last 5 Games3-2-2.62-32-394.047.244.3%52.490.443.643.4%44.8
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)93.746.235-8143.4%7-2035.2%17-2374.3%541320207157
vs opponents surrendering9849.337-8245.2%7-2035.9%17-2275.3%511122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)89.342.234-7942.9%6-1930.7%15-2174.5%521219207166
Stats Against (All Games)89.544.434-8241.5%5-1631.9%16-2176.4%501119228136
vs opponents averaging97.448.937-8244.8%7-2035.9%17-2275.2%501122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)90.444.135-8242.3%5-1533.7%16-2177.1%501120208135

ORLANDO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-45-2327-3434-2694.346.145.4%49.4100.350.646.3%50.0
Home Games9-23-17.39-2220-1195.447.145.9%49.6101.752.146.4%49.6
Last 5 Games1-403-24-198.843.247.1%46.6110.058.450.5%45.8
ORLANDO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.346.138-8345.4%6-1933.3%12-1677.0%491124196144
vs opponents surrendering97.949.237-8245.3%7-2036.1%17-2275.2%511122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)95.447.138-8345.9%7-1936.1%12-1675.9%501123196144
Stats Against (All Games)100.350.639-8346.3%7-2135.0%16-2174.4%501124177125
vs opponents averaging97.148.937-8244.8%7-2035.8%17-2274.9%501122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)101.752.139-8446.4%8-2237.0%15-2174.1%501123177124
Average power rating of opponents played: INDIANA 95,  ORLANDO 94.5
INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/28/2013@ DENVER101-102L5.5W193.5O39-8545.9%491837-7847.4%5214
2/6/2013@ PHILADELPHIA88-69W2W180U32-8239.0%61831-9034.4%5615
2/20/2013NEW YORK125-91W-4W185O42-7953.2%632129-8633.7%4815
2/23/2013@ DETROIT90-72W-5W188U34-7545.3%582026-7733.8%4514
2/26/2013GOLDEN STATE108-97W-8.5W197O41-8448.8%481233-7643.4%5020
2/28/2013LA CLIPPERS91-99L-1L192.5U32-7542.7%522039-8048.7%4311
3/1/2013@ TORONTO93-81W-2W185.5U34-7048.6%521929-7240.3%3613
3/8/2013@ ORLANDO              
3/10/2013@ MIAMI              
3/15/2013LA LAKERS              
3/16/2013@ PHILADELPHIA              
3/18/2013@ CLEVELAND              
3/23/2013@ CHICAGO              

ORLANDO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/28/2013@ BROOKLYN77-97L9L196.5U32-7940.5%391537-7450.0%4920
1/30/2013@ NEW YORK97-113L8.5L196.5O38-7749.4%371047-8257.3%429
2/1/2013@ BOSTON84-97L8L191U36-9537.9%501442-8450.0%5614
2/2/2013@ MILWAUKEE98-107L10.5W200O41-9443.6%621742-9046.7%5616
2/4/2013@ PHILADELPHIA61-78L10L188U27-8033.7%501236-7945.6%5011
2/6/2013LA CLIPPERS76-86L5L184U30-8734.5%581833-8240.2%6014
2/8/2013@ CLEVELAND108-119L7L200O45-8652.3%461939-8048.7%466
2/20/2013@ DALLAS96-111L11.5L206O39-8545.9%541142-8847.7%499
2/22/2013@ MEMPHIS82-88L14W186U35-8441.7%441234-7644.7%6114
2/26/2013@ PHILADELPHIA98-84W8.5W185.5U41-7653.9%481332-8139.5%4611
3/4/2013@ NEW ORLEANS105-102W9W195O43-8749.4%49837-8046.2%4811
3/6/2013@ MIAMI96-97L15.5W204U40-8944.9%531732-7443.2%4414
3/12/2013LA LAKERS              
3/15/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
3/17/2013@ MILWAUKEE              
3/19/2013@ INDIANA              
3/20/2013@ NEW YORK              
3/22/2013OKLAHOMA CITY              
INDIANA: GUARDS: The Pacers went 7-2 during the regular season and won a playoff series with GEORGE HILL in the starting five. He averaged 13.9 PPG and 5.3 APG in those regular season starts . . . PAUL GEORGE is a defensive stopper who is making strides on the offensive end. If he can find the touches, his scoring average will rise . . . D.J. AUGUSTIN has a skill set similar to Hill's. Maybe he'll push him for minutes later in the year, but more likely he'll shoot corner threes off the bench . . . GERALD GREEN is another athlete for their second unit . . . LANCE STEPHENSON has a chance for a bigger role, but he's been atrocious to this point of his career. FORWARDS: DANNY GRANGER's touches dropped last season, but his shot selection improved as last year went on. He'll continue to be a borderline All-Star . . . DAVID WEST's knee should be fully recovered from his torn ACL in late 2010-11. He was their best player in the postseason and should be a star this season with his ability to knock down shots . . . TYLER HANSBROUGH looks like he's settling in as a career second unit player. His lack of athleticism really limits his upside . . . JEFF PENDERGRAPH may or may not hold on to a roster spot in a 12th-man role. CENTERS: They're paying ROY HIBBERT like a franchise player, and he has the ability to control both ends of the court. The question is whether they'll now play him 30-plus minutes, or continue to use him as more of a part-time player . . . IAN MAHINMI should step in as a decent backup center . . . Rookie MILES PLUMLEE was a part-time player at Duke and is highly unlikely to contribute in his first season.
ORLANDO: GUARDS: With Dwight Howard gone, this becomes JAMEER NELSON's team on the offensive end. Injuries slowed him a year ago, but he still does a nice job creating his own scoring chances . . . ARRON AFFLALO will provide some much-needed defense on the perimeter, a huge team weakness that will be exploited in the post-Howard era. He'll be a No. 2 or 3 option on the offensive end as well . . . J.J. REDICK has a chance for a bigger role in what should be a transitional year in Orlando. He's no more of a defensive liability than Nelson . . . CHRISTIAN EYENGA was a throw-in during the Dwight Howard trade and defends well enough to earn a roster spot . . . ISHMAEL SMITH will back up Nelson once he returns from a shoulder injury . . . E'TWAUN MOORE has played well enough in the preseason to spell Nelson too. FORWARDS: HEDO TURKOGLU still has some value as a point forward, though his minutes could shrink as Orlando rebuilds . . . GLEN DAVIS shined in Howard's absence last year. He's inefficient, but aggressive and willing to throw his weight around . . . Keep an eye on ANDREW NICHOLSON; the rookie is a crafty scorer who can shoot away from the basket . . . QUENTIN RICHARDSON will chug along as an injury-prone, three-point specialist . . . AL HARRINGTON is coming off a couple knee surgeries and may not have much left in the tank . . . MOE HARKLESS is athletic, versatile, and could get a long look in the second half of the year . . . GUSTAVO AYON is a capable big body who can play some center . . . JUSTIN HARPER will be buried on the bench . . . JOSH McROBERTS is not good. CENTERS: Davis figures to see a lot of minutes at center, but NIKOLA VUCEVIC is a much better defensive option. He's limited offensively, but could start grabbing more minutes in the middle as the year goes on . . . KYLE O'QUINN is a big body who can score around the basket. He has a rough transition ahead of him as an average athlete from a small school.
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*Pacers-Magic Preview* ======================


Indiana (38-23) at Orlando (17-45), 7:00 p.m. EDT

Although the Indiana Pacers are a defensive-oriented team, Frank Vogel knows they must improve offensively to have any success in the playoffs.

A matchup with lowly Orlando would seemingly be what they need, but the Magic are coming off a surprising defensive showing - albeit in a losing effort - and they also shut down the Pacers in the season's first meeting.

Central Division-leading Indiana tries to bounce back from a disheartening loss when it visits Orlando on Friday night.

Leading by 10 in the fourth quarter, the Pacers (38-23) appeared on their way to beating Boston on Wednesday before suddenly going cold at the offensive end. Indiana shot 4 for 20 in the fourth and didn't score after taking a nine-point lead with 4:36 remaining.

They had a chance to force overtime but Kevin Garnett found a wide-open Jeff Green under the basket for a layup with 0.5 seconds left, handing the Pacers an 83-81 defeat. It was just the second time in 24 games that Indiana, second in the league in scoring defense at 89.5 per game, lost when allowing fewer than 87 points.

"As a group we just didn't have that rhythm," said forward David West, who had 11 points and 16 rebounds. "We were careless with the ball and we just didn't make some plays we were supposed to make."

Playing without Danny Granger because of a sore left knee - the same injury that sidelined him the first 54 games - Indiana shot 36.4 percent and was 6 of 27 from 3-point range.

"Part of the lesson you learn throughout an 82-game season is to win in the playoffs you have to execute offensively down the stretch," Vogel said. "We didn't do that well enough."

The Pacers also struggled offensively in Orlando on Jan. 16, shooting a season-worst 2 for 17 from beyond the arc and trailing by 22 in a 97-86 loss. Paul George, tied with West for the team lead at 17.6 points per game, scored 20 but had only six after halftime on 1-of-7 shooting.

Since then, the Magic have gone 3-21.

Orlando (17-45) entered Wednesday's road game against red-hot Miami having allowed an average of 113.3 points in its previous four contests. The Magic did a decent job of keeping the Heat in check and were in line to end their 15-game winning streak, but LeBron James converted a go-ahead layup with 3.2 seconds left to send Orlando to a 97-96 defeat.

"It's a tough loss for us but it's the right step in the right direction," said forward Tobias Harris, averaging 16.7 points in seven games since being acquired from Milwaukee as part of the J.J. Redick trade.

Nik Vucevic had 25 points and 21 rebounds Wednesday, and he had 16 and 15 against the Pacers in January while doing a solid job defensively against Roy Hibbert.

The Magic have won three straight regular-season contests over the Pacers, but were eliminated in five games by Indiana in the first round of the playoffs last year.

Last Updated: 3/19/2019 10:06:20 PM EST

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