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NBA : ATS Matchup
Friday 4/20/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




TORONTO (61 - 23) at WASHINGTON (43 - 41)
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Friday, 4/20/2018 8:05 PM
Eastern Conference - Round 1 - Best of 7 - Game 3 - TOR Leads 2-0
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TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games61-23+19.246-3844-40111.957.047.3%51.4104.152.545.0%51.6
Road Games25-16+4.222-1922-19111.156.847.4%50.0106.054.245.8%51.5
Last 5 Games4-1+34-14-1114.660.450.6%51.4108.054.846.3%47.4
Playoff Games2-0+22-02-0122.065.552.4%49.5112.558.548.3%41.5
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)111.957.041-8747.3%12-3336.0%17-2279.5%511024228136
vs opponents surrendering106.553.640-8646.1%11-2936.2%17-2276.7%521023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)111.156.841-8647.4%12-3335.1%18-2379.8%50924238136
Stats Against (All Games)104.152.538-8645.0%9-2535.8%18-2477.0%521022207145
vs opponents averaging10653.340-8645.9%10-2936.3%17-2276.6%521023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)106.054.239-8645.8%9-2635.6%18-2477.6%521023207145

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games43-41-28.636-4639-43106.753.746.7%50.8106.453.646.4%50.5
Home Games23-18-22.715-2420-19108.554.948.0%51.8105.353.145.4%48.9
Last 5 Games1-4-9.21-43-2105.452.443.9%50.6109.858.446.7%52.2
Playoff Games0-2-20-22-0112.558.548.3%41.5122.065.552.4%49.5
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)106.753.740-8646.7%10-2637.5%17-2277.5%511025218144
vs opponents surrendering106.353.540-8646.0%10-2936.2%17-2276.8%521023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)108.554.941-8548.0%10-2638.7%17-2277.9%521025228155
Stats Against (All Games)106.453.639-8446.4%10-2935.2%18-2476.2%501022208145
vs opponents averaging106.453.640-8646.0%11-2936.2%17-2276.7%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)105.353.138-8545.4%10-2935.1%18-2476.6%491022218154
Average power rating of opponents played: TORONTO 95.3,  WASHINGTON 95.1
TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/11/2018@ NEW YORK132-106W-10W216O47-9350.5%581140-8845.5%4410
3/13/2018@ BROOKLYN116-102W-9W219.5U44-9148.4%571135-8640.7%4711
3/15/2018@ INDIANA106-99W-4W212.5U35-8043.7%641940-9343.0%438
3/18/2018OKLAHOMA CITY125-132L-6L219.5O46-8156.8%361949-8855.7%5317
3/20/2018@ ORLANDO93-86W-8.5L211U35-7745.5%541737-9041.1%5112
3/21/2018@ CLEVELAND129-132L-2L225.5O47-8754.0%38747-7860.3%419
3/25/2018LA CLIPPERS106-117L-8.5L224.5U41-9244.6%561444-9546.3%588
3/31/2018@ BOSTON99-110L-4.5L206O37-8046.2%511540-8845.5%495
4/3/2018@ CLEVELAND106-112L1.5L223.5U42-9444.7%511138-7749.4%4612
4/9/2018@ DETROIT108-98W-6W209U46-8752.9%52935-7844.9%383
4/11/2018@ MIAMI109-116L2.5L202O42-9245.7%551346-10643.4%679
4/20/2018@ WASHINGTON              
4/22/2018@ WASHINGTON              

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/14/2018@ BOSTON125-124W-4L201O46-9747.4%611948-9948.5%5517
3/21/2018@ SAN ANTONIO90-98L5.5L202U35-8342.2%481239-7949.4%4915
3/25/2018NEW YORK97-101L-10.5L215.5U37-8742.5%531441-8846.6%5214
3/27/2018SAN ANTONIO116-106W2W202O46-8554.1%551639-8744.8%518
3/29/2018@ DETROIT92-103L-2.5L208U37-8941.6%501541-8448.8%5316
4/1/2018@ CHICAGO94-113L-7L205.5O37-8145.7%391643-8252.4%4817
4/3/2018@ HOUSTON104-120L8.5L217O38-7252.8%381743-8451.2%539
4/5/2018@ CLEVELAND115-119L6W220O47-9450.0%471542-7754.5%4316
4/11/2018@ ORLANDO92-101L-5.5L205U33-9534.7%661233-7742.9%5616
4/14/2018@ TORONTO106-114L7.5L213.5O41-8647.7%431341-7753.2%4417
4/17/2018@ TORONTO119-130L7L213.5O42-8648.8%40845-8751.7%5514
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.
WASHINGTON: After tinkering with its bench, Washington is relying on the same starting five' John Wall, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter, Markieff Morris and Marcin Gortat'in a bid to reach the conference finals for the first time in nearly 40 years. Wall has emerged as an elite player; Beal isn't far behind. Porter will be expected to keep improving after signing a $106.5 million, four-year contract. He emerged as a top 3-point shooter last season, making 43.4 percent, and should get more touches as the team's third option. But if the Wizards are going to rise higher than a No. 4 seed in the playoffs, the key is whether the rest of their cast is capable of a step up. The offense is just fine; the defense'long an issue for this club'must improve.
Wizards try to get back in series with Raptors

WASHINGTON -- The name of the arena has changed since the last time the Toronto Raptors visited the Washington Wizards in the playoffs.

That is not all.

Three years after getting swept by the Wizards in the first round of the playoffs -- with the final two games coming at then Verizon Center -- the Raptors roll into Capital One Arena on Friday night with a 2-0 edge in the best-of-seven series.

"We had some tough experiences out there, especially in the playoffs, right?" Jonas Valanciunas told the Toronto Sun after Thursday's practice.

In 2015, the No. 5 Wizards -- led by veteran Paul Pierce -- pulled off a what was a mild upset of the No. 4 Raptors, closing out the series with a 31-point rout.

This time out, the No. 8 Wizards, who played a large chunk of the season without point guard John Wall, were again thought capable of upsetting the now top-seeded Raptors, but haven't shown evidence of that.

Toronto, meanwhile, appears comfortable being the hunted and are up 2-0 in a playoff series for the first time in their history.

"A few years ago, we had to have that (underdog) mentality, that chip on our shoulder mentality, or else," Raptors coach Dwane Casey told the Toronto Globe and Mail. "So we're growing, I think our guys are developing a mental toughness that you have to have to be the favorite."

The Raptors ensured the Wizards wouldn't steal a game in Toronto by exploiting Washington's defense for seven 3-pointers and 44 points in the first quarter of Tuesday night's 130-119 victory. Washington, which trailed by as many as 23, pulled within 113-108 in fourth quarter before Toronto unleashed a 19-4 run.

DeMar DeRozan scored a career postseason-best 37 points on 14-of-23 shooting as Toronto shot 51.7 percent from the floor. Valanciunas added 19 points and 14 rebounds.

"We are shooting ourselves in the foot coming out to slow starts, allowing guys to get open threes, allowing guys to get those shots, allowing guys to get layups," Bradley Beal told the Washington Post. "It has to be one or the other. We can't give up 3s and layups, or we're going to be down 20 in the first quarter."

One bright spot for the Wizards was reserve Mike Scott, who had 20 points off the bench and was on the floor when Washington rallied.

Down 2-0, Washington coach Scott Brooks may opt to go with the 6-foot-8 Scott in place of 6-11 Marcin Gortat, who has struggled at both ends thus far.

"When we go small, Mike's a guy that can shoot from the 3, and then they switch smalls on him, he can definitely score in the post," Wall said.

The move could increase the inside advantage for a Toronto team that outrebounded Washington 48-34 in Game 2.

The Wizards could also use more offense from Beal, who is 11 of 28 in two games.

"That's a little bit on him, a little bit on me, a little bit on John (Wall). We need him," Wizards coach Scott Brooks told the Globe and Mail. "We're going to have trouble beating this team if he's not going to play better. And he will."

Washington did not enjoy a strong home-court advantage this season, posting a 23-18 record at Capital One Arena, but Casey is ready for the worst.

"It's going to be a hostile environment," Casey told the Globe and Mail. "They're going to be playing in a desperate mode, we've got to continue to be hungry, we've got to continue to go in with a fighter's mentality to start the game as we did at home."

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