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NBA : ATS Matchup
Sunday 4/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




GOLDEN STATE (61 - 24) at SAN ANTONIO (47 - 38)
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Sunday, 4/22/2018 3:35 PM
Western Conference - Round 1 - Best of 7 - Game 4 - GSW Leads 3-0
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504SAN ANTONIO203.5205
GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games61-24-23.336-4643-41113.456.950.4%49.9107.155.344.6%51.0
Road Games30-12+1.519-2222-20113.757.349.6%50.1109.156.844.8%52.8
Last 5 Games4-1+34-13-1107.050.648.9%48.4101.850.444.0%50.0
Playoff Games3-0+33-02-0113.052.052.7%50.096.746.741.3%44.7
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)113.456.943-8550.4%11-2939.2%17-2081.6%50829208157
vs opponents surrendering106.153.440-8646.1%10-2936.2%17-2276.6%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)113.757.342-8649.6%11-3037.5%17-2280.4%50828208157
Stats Against (All Games)107.155.340-9044.6%10-2935.3%17-2276.1%511123199134
vs opponents averaging105.953.339-8645.9%10-2936.0%17-2276.3%521023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)109.156.840-9044.8%11-3035.8%17-2375.4%531123198144

SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games47-38-8.241-4040-43102.549.945.6%51.5100.349.845.6%50.0
Home Games33-9+15.626-1521-21105.351.847.2%51.598.449.945.1%47.6
Last 5 Games1-4-40-53-
Playoff Games0-3-30-32-096.746.741.3%44.7113.052.052.7%50.0
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)102.549.939-8545.6%8-2434.8%16-2177.5%521023178136
vs opponents surrendering106.653.840-8646.0%11-2936.3%17-2276.6%511023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)105.351.840-8547.2%9-2535.4%16-2079.5%511023178126
Stats Against (All Games)100.349.838-8445.6%9-2635.1%14-1976.1%50922208144
vs opponents averaging106.753.940-8646.2%11-2936.3%17-2276.7%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)98.449.937-8345.1%9-2635.9%14-1876.2%48921198144
Average power rating of opponents played: GOLDEN STATE 95.4,  SAN ANTONIO 96.4
GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/14/2018LA LAKERS117-106W-6W224U44-8055.0%562238-8345.8%4014
3/17/2018@ PHOENIX124-109W-5.5W215O50-9552.6%521339-8247.6%4819
3/19/2018@ SAN ANTONIO75-89L8L200.5U30-7440.5%451533-8240.2%5814
3/31/2018@ SACRAMENTO112-96W-9W209.5U41-8349.4%491036-8641.9%5315
4/3/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY111-107W4.5W222U41-8349.4%451335-9337.6%6716
4/5/2018@ INDIANA106-126L-3L211O37-8344.6%411650-9353.8%5312
4/7/2018NEW ORLEANS120-126L-6L226O49-9054.4%481749-8756.3%408
4/8/2018@ PHOENIX117-100W-12.5W216.5O47-9052.2%511139-9242.4%5413
4/10/2018@ UTAH79-119L8.5L210.5U30-8634.9%411548-9053.3%6215
4/14/2018SAN ANTONIO113-92W-7.5W205P44-8154.3%571532-8040.0%4012
4/16/2018SAN ANTONIO116-101W-8.5W205.5O41-7852.6%471535-8541.2%449
4/19/2018@ SAN ANTONIO110-97W-3W205.5O42-8251.2%461037-8742.5%5010
4/22/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              

SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/15/2018NEW ORLEANS98-93W-4.5W219.5U37-9937.4%591036-9040.0%6014
3/19/2018GOLDEN STATE89-75W-8W200.5U33-8240.2%581430-7440.5%4515
3/25/2018@ MILWAUKEE103-106L-1L207.5O41-9244.6%611242-8648.8%4310
3/27/2018@ WASHINGTON106-116L-2L202O39-8744.8%51846-8554.1%5516
3/29/2018OKLAHOMA CITY103-99W-1W209U34-8142.0%581637-8543.5%5215
4/3/2018@ LA CLIPPERS110-113L-3L208O39-8844.3%471237-8245.1%6014
4/4/2018@ LA LAKERS112-122L-7L205.5O42-9743.3%531047-8654.7%5213
4/11/2018@ NEW ORLEANS98-122L4L211.5O37-9240.2%441752-8859.1%5619
4/14/2018@ GOLDEN STATE92-113L7.5L205P32-8040.0%401244-8154.3%5715
4/16/2018@ GOLDEN STATE101-116L8.5L205.5O35-8541.2%44941-7852.6%4715
4/19/2018GOLDEN STATE97-110L3L205.5O37-8742.5%501042-8251.2%4610
4/22/2018GOLDEN STATE              
GOLDEN STATE: With so many returners and great depth, the Warriors should dominate again'if they can keep their edge and Draymond Green is able to remain healthy after suffering a knee injury in a season-opening loss to Houston. Head coach Steve Kerr is challenging the team's players to do many things better than they did during last season's run to a second title in three years. Kevin Durant has a year in the system and is coming off his NBA Finals MVP honors, he seems poised to take his game up another notch'with probably slightly less scrutiny than he faced a year ago after leaving Oklahoma City. He and the Warriors look like the clear team to beat once again.
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 need reversal of fortune to beat Warriors

Nothing much has gone right for the San Antonio Spurs in the first three games -- all definitive losses -- to the Golden State Warriors in their Western Conference first-round playoff series.

Now, with the prospect of a second consecutive four-game playoff sweep by Golden State, everything has to go right for the Spurs to even extend the series past Sunday afternoon's Game 4 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.

San Antonio will be behind the eight ball even before the game tips off as the team announced Saturday that coach Gregg Popovich will again be missing from the sidelines as he remains with his family in the aftermath of his wife's death Wednesday.

Popovich did not coach the Spurs during their 110-97 loss to Golden State in Game 3 on Thursday, handing those duties over to first assistant Ettore Messina.

Messina will also be at the helm Sunday as San Antonio tries to stay alive and push the series to a fifth game Tuesday in Oakland. But even those chances are slim, and it's all but a given that the Warriors will win the series and move on to the conference semifinals.

The Spurs lost Thursday because they didn't shoot well, a theme throughout the first three games of the series. San Antonio shot 42.5 percent from the field and made only 7 of 33 from 3-point range. That poor performance from beyond the arc came after a 4-for-28 showing from long distance in Game 2 on Monday.

"Our guys focused in and we came in and we played," said Spurs All-Star forward LaMarcus Aldridge, who led the team in Game 3 with 18 points and 10 rebounds. "It's been the same thing. We just aren't making shots that are there.

"They're (Warriors) doubling and doing their things. We have open shots, but they just aren't going in. Our guys are competing, following the game plan, and trying to give ourselves a shot, but when don't make shots, it's always tough."

Tony Parker added 16 points off the bench for San Antonio in Game 3, bit most of those points came in garbage time, when things were already out of hand.

The teams could not have had a more contrasting series over the first three games, as for everything the Spurs have done wrong, Golden State has done right. It's been a totally dominating performance so far for the defending NBA champions, even without guard Stephen Curry -- who is out rehabbing a knee injury.

Kevin Durant led the Warriors in Game 3 with 26 points on 9-for-17 shooting, nine rebounds and six assists. Klay Thompson added 19 points, and Shawn Livingston hit for 16. In all, six players scored in double figures for Golden State.

Thompson said the Warriors' success in the first three games has been predicated on their willingness to go the extra mile on defense.

"We rely on our defense when we're not making shots," Thompson said. "Our defense can be a constant for us and dictate how far you play. If we get open looks, they're eventually going to fall."

Durant and Livingston rolled their ankles in the fourth quarter of Game 3, adding some suspense, at least on the injury front, for Sunday's game.

"They're going to be OK," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said of Durant and Livingston. "Shaun's was probably a little worse than Kevin's. Both sprained ankles, but I think they'll be all right."

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