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




INDIANA (9 - 8) at ORLANDO (8 - 8)
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INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-8+8.810-79-8109.156.848.2%50.6107.954.847.2%51.3
Road Games5-5+6.66-47-3110.756.849.7%48.4107.854.648.3%49.8
Last 5 Games4-1+4.44-12-3108.653.650.0%51.4102.652.844.5%48.2
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)109.156.842-8748.2%10-2540.4%15-2075.4%51924197144
vs opponents surrendering104.552.939-8545.6%10-2836.5%17-2277.2%511022218155
Team Stats (Road Games)110.756.843-8749.7%10-2542.2%14-1778.2%48826198144
Stats Against (All Games)107.954.842-8947.2%11-3035.9%14-1972.8%511124197146
vs opponents averaging104.153.138-8545.0%11-2935.8%17-2277.2%521022218155
Stats Against (Road Games)107.854.642-8748.3%10-3034.9%13-1870.3%501026187156

ORLANDO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-8+3.18-77-9107.253.346.7%48.3108.354.946.2%55.2
Home Games4-3-1.53-43-4103.352.146.1%49.1107.150.944.1%56.6
Last 5 Games1-4-4.52-23-2102.852.445.3%47.2114.260.648.2%55.2
ORLANDO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)107.253.340-8546.7%11-2939.0%16-2176.0%48824208155
vs opponents surrendering105.853.739-8645.3%11-2936.7%17-2377.1%521022218155
Team Stats (Home Games)103.352.139-8546.1%9-2734.0%16-2273.5%49821199146
Stats Against (All Games)108.354.941-9046.2%9-2733.7%16-2177.6%551224198154
vs opponents averaging105.552.639-8645.1%10-2935.7%18-2376.9%531022218155
Stats Against (Home Games)107.150.940-9144.1%10-2833.7%17-2084.4%571225198154
Average power rating of opponents played: INDIANA 95.4,  ORLANDO 96.9
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@ MIAMI120-95W6W208.5O51-8560.0%441235-8342.2%4115
11/20/2017@ ORLANDO              
11/29/2017@ HOUSTON              
12/1/2017@ TORONTO              
12/4/2017NEW YORK              

ORLANDO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/20/2017@ BROOKLYN121-126L1.5L226O45-8950.6%452246-9250.0%5718
10/21/2017@ CLEVELAND114-93W11.5W216U40-9044.4%581233-8638.4%5516
10/27/2017SAN ANTONIO114-87W5.5W207U48-8457.1%511830-8933.7%5517
10/29/2017@ CHARLOTTE113-120L4L210.5O41-9742.3%451153-9854.1%7116
10/30/2017@ NEW ORLEANS115-99W7.5W222.5U43-8550.6%501639-8545.9%4719
11/1/2017@ MEMPHIS101-99W2.5W206U38-7550.7%452439-8247.6%4213
11/8/2017NEW YORK112-99W-8.5W215U43-8053.7%381242-8052.5%4923
11/10/2017@ PHOENIX128-112W-3.5W227.5O43-8252.4%581844-9446.8%5115
11/11/2017@ DENVER107-125L9L217O41-8747.1%431246-8752.9%5612
11/13/2017@ GOLDEN STATE100-110L12.5W223.5U37-8842.0%431144-8850.0%5616
11/15/2017@ PORTLAND94-99L5T214U37-7946.8%421538-8743.7%5312
11/22/2017@ MINNESOTA              
11/24/2017@ BOSTON              
11/25/2017@ PHILADELPHIA              
11/27/2017@ INDIANA              
11/29/2017OKLAHOMA CITY              
12/1/2017GOLDEN STATE              
12/3/2017@ NEW YORK              
12/4/2017@ CHARLOTTE              
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.
ORLANDO: After another disappointing non-playoff season, the Magic didn't overhaul the roster as had become the norm the last several years. New president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman and general manager John Hammond preferred to tweak the roster instead, which hasn't generated much optimism that things will be much different this season. The most significant off-season addition was Jonathon Simmons, who came over from the Spurs and gives the Magic a defensive toughness and explosiveness from the guard position that has been missing. Jonathan Isaac, the Magic's No. 6 overall pick in June's NBA draft, is still not physically strong enough to be a starter, but his length, athleticism and willingness to play defense gives him a chance to make an impact off the bench. The only realistic hope that the Magic have of making the postseason for the first time in six seasons is that the bottom half of the Eastern Conference is equally flawed.
Magic try to end skid against Pacers

Two weeks ago, the Orlando Magic headed into an early-season test against the Boston Celtics off to a surprising start.

Now the Magic are in danger of falling under .500.

Orlando attempts to stop a four-game losing streak Monday night when it hosts the Indiana Pacers, a team it rarely beats.

On Nov. 5, the Magic entered their first meeting with the league-leading Celtics holding an unexpected 6-3 record. Then they shot 36 percent, missed 23 of 29 3-point attempts, trailed by 23 and wound up with a 104-88 loss.

That defeat is part of two weeks of disappointing results for the Magic. Orlando (8-8) will be looking to rebound from matching the worst home loss in team history.

After a disappointing four-game Western trip, the Magic were dealt an ugly 125-85 loss to the Utah Jazz on Saturday. It was Orlando's sixth loss in eight games and brought back memories of last season when the Magic led the league with eight losses by at least 30 points.

Now the Magic goes up against an Indiana team that has won on each of its past six visits to Orlando and 11 of the past 12 meetings overall.

The Magic hope to avoid another bad night, especially with what lies next. After Monday, Orlando starts another four-game trip only to return for home games against the Oklahoma City Thunder and Golden State Warriors.

"Monday is a must-win for this group," Orlando guard Elfrid Payton said. "Obviously, it's still early. We still have time to get better. But internally I feel like we've got to show some fight."

Starting with a 105-83 home loss to the Chicago Bulls on Nov. 3, Orlando has seen some key numbers drop over the past two-plus weeks.

In the first eight games, the Magic averaged 114.9 points, shot 48.9 percent and made 44.2 percent from 3-point range. In the past eight games, those numbers are down to 99.6 points, 44.5 percent and 34 percent from 3-point range.

And that's only one side of the ball.

On defense, the Magic weren't great in their surprising start by allowing 106.8 points per game, but they held teams to 28.6 percent from 3-point range. In the past eight contests, Orlando is allowing 109.9 points, 48 percent shooting and 39.3 percent from 3-point range.

Things were so bad Saturday that the Magic trailed by 46 at one point and didn't get their first assist until seven minutes into the game. Aaron Gordon led the Magic with 18 points but missed all four 3-point attempts. Evan Fournier and Nikola Vucevic combined for 19 points on 7-of-22 shooting.

"We'll see how we respond to this game," Orlando coach Frank Vogel said. "I'm less concerned with what happened in this game and more concerned with how we respond from it."

While the last two weeks did not go well for Orlando, the past week may have been Indiana's best showing of the season.

The Pacers (9-8) have won four of five since dropping four straight from Nov. 3-8. During the hot stretch, Indiana is averaging 108.6 points on 48.2 shooting and allowing 102.6 points per game.

After rallying from 22 points down to post a 107-100 win against Detroit Friday, Indiana rolled to a 120-95 victory at Miami on Sunday night. The Pacers shot 60 percent, held a 30-point lead and placed six in double figures.

Bojan Bogdanovic hit six 3-pointers and scored a season-high 26 points, and Myles Turner added 25 on 11-of-14 shooting after going 3 of 13 and sitting for the final 16 minutes Friday.

"I didn't have such a great game last game," Turner said. "It's all about bouncing back. This was a statement game for me."

The Pacers allowed 13 points in the third quarter and completely shut down Miami guard Dion Waiters, who missed all 10 of his shots and didn't score.

"I hope this shows us that we're creating an identity for ourselves, that we can (play) up-tempo style basketball and defend," Indiana coach Nate McMillian said. "Last game, I thought we came out and played a good third and fourth quarter against Detroit. Tonight, we did the same thing."

In their past six quarters, the Pacers have outscored opponents by a 180-137 margin while shooting 54.9 percent (72 of 131), including 56.4 percent (22 of 39) from 3-point range.

Last Updated: 11/19/2018 12:09:36 PM EST

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