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NBA : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 11/20/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore




SAN ANTONIO (5 - 9) at WASHINGTON (3 - 8)
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Wednesday, 11/20/2019 7:05 PM
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503SAN ANTONIO-2-2.5
SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games5-9-112-119-4112.253.146.5%54.9114.656.547.1%51.4
Road Games1-5-5.51-44-2109.552.346.6%52.8113.053.546.3%53.3
Last 5 Games0-5-10.20-44-1111.655.247.7%50.2118.259.047.3%53.6
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)112.253.142-9146.5%9-2534.9%19-2478.9%551224206145
vs opponents surrendering111.355.540-8945.1%12-3335.3%19-2477.9%551123228155
Team Stats (Road Games)109.552.342-9046.6%9-2633.3%17-2276.3%531220226125
Stats Against (All Games)114.656.542-9047.1%11-3136.6%19-2478.4%51924217125
vs opponents averaging110.154.940-9044.9%11-3333.9%18-2477.6%541123228155
Stats Against (Road Games)113.053.541-8846.3%11-3136.7%20-2678.1%531023207123

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games3-8-3.98-36-5118.060.446.9%51.0120.164.947.6%55.9
Home Games1-3-3.62-22-2120.562.048.5%49.7125.568.549.1%54.7
Last 5 Games1-4-3.33-23-2119.461.647.9%50.6123.067.848.0%54.8
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)118.060.445-9546.9%13-3535.8%16-2081.9%511128237145
vs opponents surrendering11055.241-9045.5%11-3235.5%17-2276.1%541024227155
Team Stats (Home Games)120.562.045-9448.5%12-3335.9%18-2281.6%501226238165
Stats Against (All Games)120.164.943-9147.6%13-3437.1%21-2680.3%561226217156
vs opponents averaging110.855.640-8944.9%11-3433.9%19-2578.1%541023218145
Stats Against (Home Games)125.568.545-9249.1%15-3740.1%20-2579.4%551326218167
Average power rating of opponents played: SAN ANTONIO 95.8,  WASHINGTON 96.7
SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/23/2019NEW YORK120-111W-10.5L214.5O42-8350.6%572144-9446.8%4614
10/31/2019@ LA CLIPPERS97-103L5L229U36-8045.0%581839-9142.9%5411
11/1/2019@ GOLDEN STATE127-110W-7W222.5O44-9347.3%571139-8446.4%4311
11/3/2019LA LAKERS96-103L1L217U33-8339.8%551742-8748.3%5118
11/5/2019@ ATLANTA100-108L-6L223U38-9141.8%511543-9047.8%6118
11/7/2019OKLAHOMA CITY121-112W-4.5W211.5O51-9454.3%521342-8052.5%3613
11/13/2019@ MINNESOTA114-129L1.5L229.5O44-9048.9%481145-9149.5%5610
11/15/2019@ ORLANDO109-111L2T212.5O45-8950.6%491136-8741.4%5710
11/18/2019@ DALLAS110-117L4.5L224.5O44-9645.8%54942-8450.0%4913
11/20/2019@ WASHINGTON              
11/22/2019@ PHILADELPHIA              
11/23/2019@ NEW YORK              
11/25/2019LA LAKERS              
11/29/2019LA CLIPPERS              
12/1/2019@ DETROIT              

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/23/2019@ DALLAS100-108L9W220.5U37-9339.8%521735-7646.1%5419
10/25/2019@ OKLAHOMA CITY97-85W8.5W218U39-9740.2%601533-8339.8%5818
10/26/2019@ SAN ANTONIO122-124L11.5W219.5O47-9549.5%511250-10846.3%639
11/6/2019@ INDIANA106-121L3L227.5U37-9538.9%561644-9446.8%5713
11/13/2019@ BOSTON133-140L7.5W230.5O50-9652.1%45849-9651.0%5611
11/15/2019@ MINNESOTA137-116W5.5W239O54-10054.0%561342-8947.2%5120
11/17/2019@ ORLANDO121-125L5.5W226.5O46-9747.4%42943-8749.4%5714
11/20/2019SAN ANTONIO              
11/26/2019@ DENVER              
11/27/2019@ PHOENIX              
11/29/2019@ LA LAKERS              
12/1/2019@ LA CLIPPERS              
12/6/2019@ MIAMI              
SAN ANTONIO: LAST SEASON: 48-34, lost 4-3 to Denver in Western Conference first round.
COACH: Gregg Popovich (24th season, 1245-575).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Dejounte Murray (missed last season with knee injury), G Bryn Forbes (11.8 ppg), G DeMar DeRozan (21.2), F LaMarcus Aldridge (21.3), C Jakob Poeltl (5.5).
KEY ADDITIONS: F DeMarre Carroll, F Trey Lyles, G/F Keldon Johnson, F Luka Samanic
PLAYERS TO WATCH: DeRozan spent most of last season processing a trade that unexpectedly sent him to the Spurs and away from the Toronto Raptors, the franchise he pledged his devotion to ' then watched them win a title. Murray's injury also forced DeRozan to become the team's main distributor for the first time in his career. DeRozan set a career high with 6.2 assists per game but also had his second-lowest scoring average in six seasons. Murray is back and spent the offseason sending video of specific plays to show the 30-year-old guard how he could help him score more easily.
OUTLOOK: The Spurs continue to get younger and faster while trying to maintain their veteran presence and corporate knowledge. The latter received a huge boost with the addition of Hall of Famer Tim Duncan as an assistant coach. Duncan's knowledge of the Spurs' system, work ethic and camaraderie should help the team's development as it attempts to an establish an identity separate from but similar to the Big Three era spearheaded by Duncan that led to five NBA championships. Murray's return along with the return of White, expected emergence of Lonnie Walker IV and addition of Carroll should make the Spurs among the best wing defenses in the league.
COACH: Scott Brooks (fourth season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Ish Smith (8.9 ppg with Detroit), G Bradley Beal (25.6 ppg), F Rui Hachimura (19.7 ppg with Gonzaga), F Davis Bertans (8.0 ppg with San Antonio), C Thomas Bryant (10.5 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: F Jeff Green, F Trevor Ariza, F Markieff Morris, C Dwight Howard, F Sam Dekker, F Jabari Parker, F Bobby Portis, G Tomas Satoransky.
KEY ADDITIONS: F Rui Hachimura, G Ish Smith, G-F C.J. Miles, F Moe Wagner, G-F Isaac Bonga, F Davis Bertans, G-F Admiral Schofield, G Justin Robinson, G Justin Anderson, G Isaiah Thomas.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: As Washington tries to find a way forward with a mostly new roster after losing 50 games, everyone in a Wizards uniform will be judged for his possible role in the future. The most scrutiny will fall on two players: rookie Rui Hachimura, a first-round draft pick from Gonzaga, and All-Star shooting guard Bradley Beal. With Hachimura, it's about adapting to the pro game and seeing how much potential he has. With Beal, undoubtedly Washington's best player and closest thing now to a transcendent star, it's about whether he can up his level even more ... and where he will attempt to do that. Will he commit to the Wizards and will they build around him? Or will they start over even more completely by trading him?
OUTLOOK: With John Wall out for most, and maybe all, of the season after rupturing his Achilles tendon, plus several other offseason injuries, and a wholesale revamping of the roster under way, new GM Tommy Sheppard knows that there is no point in aiming for any particular win total, let alone the playoffs. So instead of the sort of grand pronouncements about quantifiable goals that were so common with this club in the past, Sheppard is emphasizing the importance of development ' figuring out who can do what and who should be a part of the long-term plan. The Wizards are not going to be very good in 2019-20, but they are hoping this will be the start of moving in the right direction.
Spurs look to end losing skid at Wizards

The San Antonio Spurs have answered a promising 4-1 start with eight losses in nine games, including six in a row to mark their longest slide since 2011.

The Spurs aim to get back on track and complete a sweep of the Washington Wizards for the second straight season on Wednesday when they continue their four-game road trip in the nation's capital.

"When adversity hits, you can't run from it, you can't shy away from it, you can't let it get you down," DeMar DeRozan said after scoring a season-high 36 points in a 117-110 loss to Dallas on Monday.

"Try to channel that energy and put it in the right place so we can understand why we got beat."

San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich provided an answer for DeRozan, although his response covered the team's season-long troubles as opposed to just Monday's setback.

"Well, we're doing two things consistently," Popovich said. "We're offering up 10-15 points a game to start and getting in a hole. And then we're doing a great job of digging ourselves out and getting back into games.

"If we can cut out the former, maybe we can get back on the winning track."

While the Spurs fell behind following the opening tip and failed to prevent Luka Doncic from recording his NBA-best sixth triple-double on Monday, San Antonio has gotten the better of the Wizards in the last three encounters.

DeRozan capped a 26-point performance by making the game-winning basket with 5.5 seconds moments of the Spurs' 124-122 victory on Oct. 26.

Washington's Bradley Beal collected 25 points and 11 assists in that contest and former Spur Davis Bertans drained all five of his 3-point attempts to finish with a season-high 23 points.

Beal has stepped up his game of late, answering back-to-back 44-point performances by highlighting a 34-point effort with five 3-pointers in the Wizards' 125-121 loss at Orlando on Sunday.

While Washington overcame an 0-for-7 start from 3-point range to make 10 of its last 15 attempts from beyond the arc, its generous the defensive end reared its ugly head to send the club to its fourth loss in five games.

"We are (11 games into the season) now so we have to dial back the amount of excuses we have," the 26-year-old Beal said. "We compete hard enough to win every game. We are top five on offense, so we know that's not the problem. We just have to get stops."

The Wizards, who are hemorrhaging points to the tune of 120.1 points per game, allowed 42 points in the paint to the Magic and were outrebounded 52-38.

"We can't keep coming back to the drawing board and saying, 'OK, we've got this now,'" Washington coach Scott Brooks said. "It's about communicating. We're playing with great effort. I'm proud of the guys. This is what we do. We compete. We lay everything out there."

While Beal is the team's primary scorer, the Wizards received another strong performance from their bench players. C.J. Miles (21), Bertans (15) and Mortiz Wagner (12) combined to score 48 of the team's 52 points off the bench on Sunday.

Washington will hope for more of the same from Beal and the bench -- and a few more defensive stops -- on Wednesday when it opens a three-game homestand.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 7/14/2020 9:07:13 AM EST

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