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NBA : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 1/23/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




CLEVELAND (27 - 18) at SAN ANTONIO (30 - 18)
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Tuesday, 1/23/2018 8:05 PM
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CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games27-18-22.312-3223-22109.756.647.1%49.0109.556.247.4%51.2
Road Games11-12-9.29-1411-12108.055.945.8%49.8108.257.046.8%51.5
Last 5 Games1-4-4.10-52-3106.057.844.7%47.8119.857.850.0%59.4
CLEVELAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)109.756.640-8447.1%12-3336.5%19-2380.0%49923197144
vs opponents surrendering105.953.139-8546.0%10-2936.2%17-2276.8%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)108.055.939-8445.8%13-3436.9%18-2281.9%50922197144
Stats Against (All Games)109.556.242-8847.4%12-3237.2%14-1974.1%511126218134
vs opponents averaging105.452.839-8546.0%10-2836.3%17-2276.7%51923208145
Stats Against (Road Games)108.257.041-8846.8%11-3334.5%15-2074.3%511124218134

SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games30-18+2.824-2018-29100.648.445.4%51.697.548.744.7%49.6
Home Games19-3+13.515-611-11106.051.548.0%51.197.449.545.0%47.2
Last 5 Games2-3-3.72-20-596.047.042.4%52.291.444.841.7%52.6
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)100.648.438-8445.4%9-2436.6%16-2077.7%521022177145
vs opponents surrendering105.65339-8546.0%10-2936.3%17-2276.9%511023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)106.051.540-8348.0%10-2639.3%16-2079.9%511024177146
Stats Against (All Games)97.548.737-8444.7%9-2634.6%13-1873.9%50921198133
vs opponents averaging10552.839-8545.7%10-2936.1%17-2276.6%511022208145
Stats Against (Home Games)97.449.538-8445.0%9-2734.5%13-1871.8%47922198144
Average power rating of opponents played: CLEVELAND 94.9,  SAN ANTONIO 94.4
CLEVELAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/14/2017LA LAKERS121-112W-10.5L220.5O43-8650.0%471447-9549.5%5418
12/17/2017@ WASHINGTON106-99W2W216U41-8747.1%49939-9142.9%5810
12/19/2017@ MILWAUKEE116-119L-1.5L214.5O40-8050.0%441443-8252.4%4414
12/25/2017@ GOLDEN STATE92-99L4L216U28-8831.8%611438-8246.3%5115
12/27/2017@ SACRAMENTO95-109L-9.5L208U32-7443.2%441141-7951.9%4511
12/30/2017@ UTAH101-104L-2.5L207.5U34-8142.0%511538-8246.3%4811
1/3/2018@ BOSTON88-102L3L212.5U31-8934.8%521441-9244.6%6015
1/6/2018@ ORLANDO131-127W-8.5L221.5O47-9450.0%561749-9850.0%5619
1/8/2018@ MINNESOTA99-127L1L223O37-8444.0%401352-10052.0%635
1/11/2018@ TORONTO99-133L-2.5L221.5O34-8938.2%45953-10650.0%729
1/12/2018@ INDIANA95-97L-1.5L221U37-8643.0%531139-8545.9%5014
1/15/2018GOLDEN STATE108-118L5.5L234U43-9445.7%511541-8548.2%5716
1/20/2018OKLAHOMA CITY124-148L-3L219O46-8951.7%361558-10058.0%6413
1/23/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              
1/30/2018@ DETROIT              
2/6/2018@ ORLANDO              

SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/15/2017@ HOUSTON109-124L8L214O46-9448.9%491743-9147.3%5813
12/18/2017LA CLIPPERS109-91W-11.5W199.5O40-8248.8%521637-8444.0%5017
12/20/2017@ PORTLAND93-91W3W198U41-8051.2%572238-9639.6%468
12/21/2017@ UTAH89-100L-2L194.5U34-7843.6%441434-7445.9%4912
12/23/2017@ SACRAMENTO108-99W-6.5W195.5O44-8850.0%49840-8646.5%4710
12/28/2017NEW YORK119-107W-10W199O41-8051.2%53941-9045.6%489
12/30/2017@ DETROIT79-93L-5L198U31-8436.9%521436-8144.4%5011
1/2/2018@ NEW YORK100-91W-5W200.5U31-8237.8%55835-8740.2%5814
1/3/2018@ PHILADELPHIA106-112L3.5L208O39-8744.8%501536-8045.0%5513
1/7/2018@ PORTLAND110-111L1T194.5O40-8149.4%521448-9252.2%439
1/8/2018@ SACRAMENTO107-100W-5W199.5O44-9048.9%441040-8248.8%5318
1/11/2018@ LA LAKERS81-93L-2L212U31-7640.8%522036-8741.4%5415
1/15/2018@ ATLANTA99-102L-5.5L201.5U37-8742.5%46940-8646.5%5415
1/17/2018@ BROOKLYN100-95W-5T204U34-8241.5%53935-8342.2%5714
1/19/2018@ TORONTO83-86L6W204U31-9134.1%611234-8540.0%5913
1/24/2018@ MEMPHIS              
2/7/2018@ PHOENIX              
CLEVELAND: There's a chance that LeBron James could end up being as motivated as ever this season, fueled by Kyrie Irving's trade demand and coming off a season in which he finished fourth in the MVP voting. Despite losing Irving, the Cavs remain the class of the Eastern Conference and it's hard to imagine any team denying them a fourth straight Finals appearance, particularly with Boston having suffered a major blow with the season-ending injury Gordon Hayward suffered in the season opener at Cleveland. Isaiah Thomas is expected back from his back injury by year's end, but his return could end up complicating things for head coach Tyronn Lue, who must keep everyone happy with their playing time. Kevin Love's move to center should open floor space for James, Dwayne Wade and Derrick Rose. James can opt out of his contract next summer and become a free agent and his future plans will hover over the Cavs all season. But back with Dwayne Wade, he and the Cavs seem to be in a happy place.
SAN ANTONIO: The Spurs are essentially the same team that won the Southwest Division last season and led Golden State by 21 points in Game 1 of the Western finals before Kawhi Leonard was lost for the postseason to an ankle injury. A 21st straight postseason appearance is practically a given and it is hard not to imagine them remaining among the best teams in a loaded conference. The team will need another year of growth from Leonard after their quiet MVP candidate set career highs in scoring and assists while earning All-NBA first team and All-Defensive first team honors. Leonard's growth could come from his ability to distribute the ball more, especially with veteran point guard Tony Parker expected to be out until December while recovering from surgery on a ruptured left quadriceps tendon.
Spurs, Cavaliers looking for answers

In previous seasons, Tuesday night's game between the San Antonio Spurs and the Cleveland Cavaliers at the AT&T Center in San Antonio would have been one of the marquee contests of the NBA calendar, with the two teams among the short list of the best in the league and bragging rights between superstars on the line.

But the 2017-18 season has been different for the Spurs and the Cavaliers. Both teams are in third place in their respective conferences and -- because of injuries for San Antonio and a dead-legged and greying roster for Cleveland -- not in the discussion as teams that can win the league championship.

That doesn't mean that Tuesday's game will not be entertaining. After all, the Cavaliers still have arguably the best basketball player on the planet, LeBron James, and the Spurs feature LaMarcus Aldridge, who's had 20 double-doubles this season and been San Antonio's leading scorer in 36 of its 48 contests while taking the team's starring role in the absence of the injured Kawhi Leonard.

San Antonio (30-18) limps into the matchup with the Cavaliers on the heels of a 94-86 loss to Indiana on Sunday that was just its third home setback of the season.

Pau Gasol scored 14 points to lead the Spurs in that defeat while Bryn Forbes and Tony Parker, who came off the bench, added 12 each, Aldridge hit for 10 points and 10 rebounds and Kyle Anderson also scored 10 for San Antonio, which has lost three of its past four games and six of its past 10 outings.

Parker came off the bench for just the 14th time in 1,165 career games. He was told about being replaced in the starting lineup earlier on Sunday by San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich.

"Pop told me," Parker said before the game. "He told me he thought it was time, and I was like, 'No problem.' Just like Manu (Ginobili), just like Pau (Gasol), you know that day is going to come. If Pop sees something that is good for the team, I will try to do my best. I will support Pop's decision."

Most of the Spurs' woes have been on the offensive end, as San Antonio is 28th (out of 30 teams) in scoring (100.6 ppg) and 18th in field goal percentage.

"We're holding people to under 100 points per night, and on defense I'm impressed with our effort," Popovich said. "It's hard to do that night after night, especially when you're not making shots, but in the end it's a combination of playing good 'D' with that effort and the ball's also gotta go in the hole."

Cleveland (27-18) heads to the Alamo City after coming up on the losing end of a 148-124 shootout with Oklahoma City at home on Saturday. Isaiah Thomas registered a season-high 24 points in the loss while James tallied 18 points, Jae Crowder posted 17 points, Jeff Green and Derrick Rose added 12 points each and Dwyane Wade recorded 11 points off the bench against Oklahoma City.

The Cavaliers lost two of the three games on their most recent homestand and have dropped seven of their past 10 contests.

So how do the Cavaliers get out of this miserable rut?

"I don't know. I mean, listen. I come to work every day," James said. "Eleven o'clock practice -- I'm here at 9. Game started at 3:30, I'm here at 11:30. I punch my clock in every single day, give everything to the game and to this team, so I can't focus on what the lineup change may be or if there is or if something's going on with our coaching staff, things of that nature.

"I'm going to play my game and I'm going to give my attention to the coaching staff when we're going over our game plan. I'm giving all my effort and my energy to my teammates, when we're getting ready to go out there and play. I can control what I can control and that's always how I lived my life."

Wade suggested that the Cavaliers need to police themselves.

"We have to take accountability," Wade said. "We want it because we want to win. We're looking for it. So hopefully in these next few weeks before the All-Star break we can start getting a little more accountable to ourselves and to this team and just play a little better."

James is just seven points away from becoming just the seventh player in NBA history to reach 30,000 career points, as well as the youngest to do so at 33 years and 24 days of age (supplanting Kobe Bryant, 34 years and 104 days).

James currently leads the NBA in field goals made this season (463). Over his career, he has made 10,886 field goals, which is 19 away from surpassing Dirk Nowitzki (10,904 FGM) for eighth all-time in league history.

Last Updated: 4/5/2020 2:02:01 PM EST

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