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NBA : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 1/17/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




DETROIT (22 - 20) at TORONTO (29 - 13)
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Wednesday, 1/17/2018 7:35 PM
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DETROIT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games22-20+4.323-1717-24102.452.545.0%50.0101.952.046.5%50.3
Road Games9-14-1.313-98-14101.152.044.3%49.2103.554.847.0%51.7
Last 5 Games2-3-0.63-23-2108.658.647.8%50.0103.653.647.0%48.6
DETROIT Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)102.452.539-8645.0%11-2838.4%14-1975.3%501022188133
vs opponents surrendering105.853.139-8645.9%10-2936.0%17-2276.6%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)101.152.039-8744.3%10-2836.4%14-1876.6%491021198134
Stats Against (All Games)101.952.038-8346.5%10-2837.4%14-1977.6%50924187155
vs opponents averaging106.153.340-8546.4%10-2836.4%17-2276.6%511023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)103.554.839-8247.0%11-2838.7%15-1977.0%521025177156

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games29-13+9.224-1823-19112.357.147.0%50.9104.652.745.3%51.9
Home Games15-3+7.811-710-8115.658.847.9%53.3103.151.644.5%51.3
Last 5 Games2-3-1.82-34-1114.450.844.2%57.0109.255.044.4%55.6
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)112.357.141-8847.0%11-3235.0%19-2380.5%511023228136
vs opponents surrendering106.453.439-8645.8%11-2936.1%17-2276.6%511023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)115.658.844-9147.9%11-3236.2%17-2179.0%531024218127
Stats Against (All Games)104.652.738-8545.3%9-2634.8%19-2477.5%521022217155
vs opponents averaging105.753.139-8646.0%10-2836.3%17-2276.4%521023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)103.151.638-8544.5%9-2536.7%18-2477.0%51922197154
Average power rating of opponents played: DETROIT 95.5,  TORONTO 95.3
DETROIT - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/8/2017GOLDEN STATE98-102L5.5W212U38-9241.3%601139-8148.1%5014
12/14/2017@ ATLANTA105-91W-4W205U41-9045.6%571532-7045.7%4216
12/15/2017@ INDIANA104-98W5W207.5U39-9341.9%55935-8740.2%6113
12/20/2017@ DALLAS93-110L1L196.5O33-7742.9%421240-7553.3%4312
12/22/2017NEW YORK104-101W-7L202.5O38-8843.2%501144-9745.4%6114
12/28/2017@ ORLANDO89-102L-4L205.5U35-8839.8%481537-8245.1%5418
12/30/2017SAN ANTONIO93-79W5W198U36-8144.4%501131-8436.9%5214
1/3/2018@ MIAMI104-111L4.5L199O41-8647.7%43943-8451.2%4912
1/5/2018@ PHILADELPHIA78-114L5.5L210U30-7938.0%421244-9048.9%6212
1/8/2018@ NEW ORLEANS109-112L6.5W211O41-9344.1%461246-8256.1%5217
1/10/2018@ BROOKLYN114-80W-2W205.5U48-9351.6%601327-7436.5%3717
1/13/2018@ CHICAGO105-107L-1L210O41-9244.6%521242-8748.3%5014
1/17/2018@ TORONTO              
1/27/2018OKLAHOMA CITY              
1/28/2018@ CLEVELAND              

TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/8/2017@ MEMPHIS116-107W-5W201O37-7847.4%391141-8250.0%5316
12/10/2017@ SACRAMENTO102-87W-9W206.5U39-8744.8%531335-7347.9%4621
12/11/2017@ LA CLIPPERS91-96L-6L214.5U32-8040.0%531334-9137.4%6213
12/13/2017@ PHOENIX115-109W-12L220.5O40-9243.5%59637-8344.6%5111
12/20/2017@ CHARLOTTE129-111W-2W212O49-9153.8%461439-8545.9%5412
12/21/2017@ PHILADELPHIA114-109W-4W217O35-8541.2%522145-8652.3%4623
12/26/2017@ DALLAS93-98L-5.5L210.5U30-8933.7%621040-9442.6%6313
12/27/2017@ OKLAHOMA CITY107-124L3.5L209.5O36-8542.4%391146-8752.9%6312
1/3/2018@ CHICAGO124-115W-4.5W217O45-9248.9%521143-9346.2%4813
1/5/2018@ MILWAUKEE129-110W1W217O48-8655.8%461141-7753.2%4111
1/8/2018@ BROOKLYN114-113W-7.5L217.5O43-10142.6%621539-10039.0%6716
1/13/2018GOLDEN STATE125-127L5.5W227O45-9248.9%531147-8158.0%376
1/15/2018@ PHILADELPHIA111-117L-2L220.5O38-9540.0%511540-8149.4%5821
1/19/2018SAN ANTONIO              
1/20/2018@ MINNESOTA              
1/24/2018@ ATLANTA              
1/28/2018LA LAKERS              
2/1/2018@ WASHINGTON              
DETROIT: After a playoff appearance in 2016, the Pistons took a step back last season. There was plenty of blame to go around. A lot of the criticism landed on Andre Drummond, who has been Detroit's franchise player but hasn't always lived up to those expectations. He may never become a proficient shooter from the foul line, but he can still have a big impact if his scoring and rebounding numbers look more like they did two seasons ago. Detroit also needed better play from Reggie Jackson, who was bothered by knee issues. The Pistons need improved production from those two this season, and the hope is that swapping Marcus Morris for Avery Bradley while letting Kentavious Caldwell-Pope go turns into a net positive.
TORONTO: Toronto spent big to re-sign Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka and keep them alongside three-time All-Star DeMar DeRozan. The Raptors have plenty of talented youngsters behind the big three, but no experienced veterans. C.J. Miles posted a career-high .413 shooting percentage from 3-point range with the Pacers last season, and the hope is that he can be a reliable outside threat that opens up the floor for his teammates. But without consistent production from their top trio, Toronto could be in trouble.
Raptors, Pistons square off looking to snap skids

TORONTO -- The Toronto Raptors and the Detroit Pistons have each lost two games in a row and have dropped three of their past four.

That is about as far as the similarities go between the teams, who play Wednesday night at the Air Canada Centre in the first of four meetings this season.

The Raptors (29-13) have yet to lose three games in a row this season and have dropped two in a row four times. They are 15-3 at home.

The Pistons (22-20) have lost as many as seven in a row this season and have dropped six of their past nine. They are 9-14 on the road.

The Raptors have fallen behind early in their two most recent losses. They trailed the Golden State Warriors by 27 points before losing 127-125 at the ACC on Saturday and were down by 21 points to the 76ers in a 117-111 loss at Philadelphia on Monday afternoon.

"We didn't start the game offensively moving the basketball, not crisply enough," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said after the game Monday. "We were turning down shots and taking tougher shots and that's just not the way we play.

"We had zero 3-pointers at the half. I was afraid we were going to come out flat and (Philadelphia) was jacked up. We've got to get our motors going no matter who we play, it can't just be for Cleveland (a 133-99 Toronto win on Jan. 11) or Golden State. It's got to be every night and be consistent with that focus and alertness."

The Raptors did have point guard Kyle Lowry back in the lineup Monday after he missed three games with a bruised tailbone. He had 13 points, seven rebounds and four assists in 37 minutes. Casey said he was afraid to sit Lowry on the bench too long because his back might tighten.

"I was terrible," Lowry said. "Maybe it's part of the process. I've got to get better, get back in rhythm. It's only one game, bad shooting game. I've got to keep working and get better."

Raptors reserve point guard Fred VanVleet suffered a bruised knee Monday and is listed as day-to-day.

The Pistons are coming off a 118-107 loss to the Charlotte Hornets on Monday when their defense was again questioned.

"They crushed us on the glass," Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said. "They crushed us in the paint and that gave them the disparity at the free-throw line. They were just going at us and we didn't offer much resistance whatsoever. Six-point lead at the half and then the first three defensive possessions of the second half set the tone.

"We did nothing and then they just got rolling and we weren't up for the task. ... We've got to get back to defending or we're not going to win."

"I think it's something that we've been saying the last few games," Pistons guard Avery Bradley said. "We kind of saw the writing on the wall that if we're not going to defend then we're not going to win."

The Pistons have a chance to solidify their playoff position in the next few weeks when they play 10 of their next 11 at home, where they are 13-6.

Pistons forward Stanley Johnson (strained right hip flexor) is questionable for the game against the Raptors. Detroit point guard Reggie Jackson (right ankle sprain) and forward Jon Leuer (left ankle sprain) remain out.

The Pistons are 3-6 since Jackson was injured.

Last Updated: 2/17/2019 11:50:02 AM EST

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