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NBA : ATS Matchup
Thursday 1/12/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore



LA LAKERS (15 - 27) at SAN ANTONIO (30 - 8)
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507LA LAKERS212213
508SAN ANTONIO-14.5-14
LA LAKERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-27+5.419-2224-18104.953.744.7%52.2109.756.247.6%52.3
Road Games5-1609-1211-10101.151.843.5%51.6111.457.947.6%54.1
Last 5 Games3-2+1.83-23-2110.059.246.1%55.2104.654.444.2%55.4
LA LAKERS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)104.953.739-8644.7%9-2635.5%18-2476.4%521221208154
vs opponents surrendering104.352.638-8545.0%10-2735.8%18-2377.0%521022208145
Team Stats (Road Games)101.151.837-8643.5%9-2633.6%17-2377.1%521120218164
Stats Against (All Games)109.756.241-8647.6%10-2836.0%18-2474.7%521125199145
vs opponents averaging104.652.638-8545.3%10-2735.7%18-2376.8%521022208145
Stats Against (Road Games)111.457.941-8747.6%10-2836.8%18-2573.6%5412261910145

SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games30-8-2.623-1421-16106.052.247.6%50.197.849.644.6%47.6
Home Games13-5-16.510-810-7104.154.647.0%49.996.652.245.3%46.8
Last 5 Games3-2-4.63-23-2111.654.049.2%50.697.848.244.3%49.0
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)106.052.239-8347.6%9-2341.2%18-2282.0%501024188136
vs opponents surrendering104.852.939-8545.4%10-2736.2%18-2377.3%521022208135
Team Stats (Home Games)104.154.638-8247.0%9-2241.5%18-2280.0%501025178136
Stats Against (All Games)97.849.637-8344.6%8-2434.0%16-2177.1%481021208144
vs opponents averaging104.752.839-8545.4%10-2735.8%18-2376.7%521022208135
Stats Against (Home Games)96.652.237-8245.3%7-2233.6%15-1978.8%47921199134
Average power rating of opponents played: LA LAKERS 96.6,  SAN ANTONIO 94.8
LA LAKERS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/3/2016@ MEMPHIS100-103L2.5L197.5O35-8143.2%521841-8846.6%5111
12/7/2016@ HOUSTON95-134L13.5L222.5O34-8739.1%492751-9454.3%5620
12/11/2016NEW YORK112-118L2.5L217O42-8847.7%461441-8448.8%5210
12/12/2016@ SACRAMENTO92-116L9L217U33-8439.3%451947-8456.0%5721
12/14/2016@ BROOKLYN97-107L-1L228U35-9138.5%611033-8638.4%7115
12/16/2016@ PHILADELPHIA100-89W1.5W210.5U36-7945.6%552032-8836.4%5217
12/17/2016@ CLEVELAND108-119L15W219O41-8647.7%461146-8951.7%518
12/20/2016@ CHARLOTTE113-117L8.5W212.5O44-9048.9%471243-9445.7%5610
12/22/2016@ MIAMI107-115L6L212O40-9044.4%471345-8453.6%5112
12/23/2016@ ORLANDO90-109L4.5L209.5U31-8735.6%531645-8950.6%5714
12/25/2016LA CLIPPERS111-102W3W209.5O40-8447.6%551337-8543.5%4815
1/5/2017@ PORTLAND109-118L6.5L222O36-8641.9%471143-8153.1%5713
1/12/2017@ SAN ANTONIO              
1/14/2017@ LA CLIPPERS              
1/22/2017@ DALLAS              
1/25/2017@ PORTLAND              
1/26/2017@ UTAH              

SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/5/2016@ MILWAUKEE97-96W-6L203U40-9343.0%561430-7341.1%4914
12/6/2016@ MINNESOTA105-91W-4W205.5U39-7452.7%421136-8243.9%4815
12/8/2016@ CHICAGO91-95L-3L201U39-9740.2%531235-8043.7%5719
12/15/2016@ PHOENIX107-92W-8W211.5U39-7452.7%542034-8540.0%3813
12/18/2016NEW ORLEANS113-100W-12W208O42-8648.8%531341-8946.1%4910
12/20/2016@ HOUSTON102-100W1W214U36-7746.8%511935-9238.0%5716
12/22/2016@ LA CLIPPERS101-106L-2L205O37-9240.2%581239-8446.4%5113
12/23/2016@ PORTLAND110-90W-1.5W211.5U39-7850.0%491235-7944.3%4315
1/1/2017@ ATLANTA112-114L-5L199O42-9046.7%551242-9245.7%5711
1/5/2017@ DENVER127-99W-7W213O51-9056.7%50739-8645.3%4313
1/12/2017LA LAKERS              
1/21/2017@ CLEVELAND              
1/23/2017@ BROOKLYN              
1/24/2017@ TORONTO              
1/27/2017@ NEW ORLEANS              
LA LAKERS: BACKCOURT: No single player in the league may benefit more than PG D'Angelo Russell does from offseason changes. Without coach Byron Scott and Kobe Bryant in town, he can develop his considerable talent in earnest. SG Jordan Clarkson is the leading returning scorer, and SG Lou Williams is the definition of 'instant offense'. They have to be happy to see Bryant go, too. . . . FRONTCOURT: SF Brandon Ingram is the latest addition to the youth movement at Staples Center, but his slight frame means he likely won't be a game-changer right off the bat. Veteran SF Luol Deng will be an excellent mentor for him. PF Julius Randle took plenty of steps in the right direction last year and will continue to develop. C Timofey Mozgov is a perfectly fine big man for now. . . . BOTTOM LINE: Come to think of it, pretty much everyone will benefit from Kobe and Scott leaving. New head coach Luke Walton has the proper patient temperament to develop this young team and get some wins in the process.
SAN ANTONIO: BACKCOURT: PG Tony Parker has clearly lost a step from the days of his prime. He can still capably run the offense, but stands little chance guarding the league's best point guards'most of whom are in the West. Lovable as he is, SG Manu Ginobili is even further over the hill. SG Danny Green was only 33.2% from deep last year and needs to bounce back. PGs Patty Mills and rookie Dejounte Murray should see plenty of time behind Parker. . . . FRONTCOURT: Tim Duncan had been such a large part of the identity of this Spurs team, and now he's gone. That's why they brought in PF LaMarcus Aldridge last offseason, though, and he assimilated to the team fairly well in his first year. C Pau Gasol comes via free agency to likely start at center. SF Kawhi Leonard is an MVP favorite, and will take his best shot at a third straight Defensive Player of the Year award. . . . BOTTOM LINE: Duncan's departure is going to hurt more than many people realize, but Gasol can still make a big difference in the right situation. Just as they are for seemingly everyone else, the Spurs are that right situation for Gasol.
Spurs put Lakers in crosshairs after defensive breakdown

SAN ANTONIO -- The San Antonio Spurs will look to make amends for a rare poor defensive game and are expected to be back at full strength when the Los Angeles Lakers visit the Alamo City on Thursday.

The Spurs are coming off a 109-007 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday that snapped a nine-game home winning streak. The defeat was uncharacteristic in that San Antonio did not make the defensive stops in the endgame that it is noted for.

Despite the subpar work on the defensive end, San Antonio (30-8) had a final shot to win. Reserve guard Maun Ginobili's 3-pointer from the corner with one second to play caromed off the side of the backboard and out of bounds as the horn sounded.

"Our problem on (Tuesday) started with our individual defense," Spurs center Pau Gasol said. "(The Bucks) ran the same two plays about 80 percent of the time, and they scored effectively.

"We're supposed to be a pretty good defensive team, and that doesn't come from just one player, and not two players, but the entire team working together and being in sync on the floor. A guy can score one time, maybe twice, on a certain play, but that's it. We just let it keep rolling and paid the price."

The Spurs placed six players in double-figure scoring, led by the 30-point performance by forward Kawhi Leonard. It was Leonard's ninth game of 30 or more points this season. San Antonio played against Milwaukee without star forward LaMarcus Aldridge, who was out due to a stomach illness.

"We have to play better leading up to the end of the game so it doesn't come down to if you make or miss a final shot," Spurs reserve forward David Lee said. "At the end of the game, they hit a couple of tough shots that were contested, and we missed a few that were wide open. We had a couple of stretches when we didn't play our best defense."

The Lakers (15-27) head to San Antonio off a disheartening 108-87 home loss Tuesday to the Portland Trail Blazers in which Los Angeles scored just 30 points in the second half. The defeat snapped a modest two-game winning streak for the Lakers, who have won four times in their past 10 games.

Portland outscored the Lakers 23-12 in the third quarter while outshooting them 43.5 percent to 21.7 percent in the period. No Los Angeles player scored more than four points in the quarter as the starters combined for only six points.

"We just went flat," Los Angles guard Nick Young said. "The energy wasn't there in the second half. It got tough for us. It wasn't anything they were doing. We just didn't have the energy."

Lakers coach Luke Walton was displeased with how his players focused on the offensive end.

Only three Los Angeles players scored in double figures against Portland. Luol Deng finished with a team-high 14 points, 13 of which came in the first half, when the Lakers forged a 57-55 lead.

"We aren't winning games when one guy scores 40," Walton said. "We had nights like that, too, and we lose. I thought we played a good first half, so what happened after that was very unexpected. We've made some great progress the past few weeks, so we can't let the way we played (Tuesday) affect us. We just have to move on."

The teams are meeting for the second time this season. San Antonio beat the Lakers 116-107 at Staples Center on Nov. 18 in the first matchup. Los Angeles has lost eight straight games to San Antonio and hasn't won the season series against the Spurs since 2008-09.

Last Updated: 6/19/2018 5:03:58 PM EST

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