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    NBA - Preview 23 Dicembre

    Preview: Milwaukee At Charlotte
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte, North Carolina
    The Milwaukee Bucks have not enjoyed a winning streak all season and will look to change that in a Monday visit to Charlotte. Milwaukee snapped a five-game losing streak on Saturday, toppling Philadelphia 116-106 at home and giving veteran forward Caron Butler reason for optimism. "Something that I saw in the last two or three games," he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "is that (we) were developing a good style - a good brand of basketball among the young guys."
    Charlotte saw its three-game winning streak broken in a disappointing loss to Utah on Saturday, when Al Jefferson couldn't get a pair of putback attempts to fall in the waning seconds. Jefferson, who is battle some minor ankle trouble, wrote the Bobcats' misfortune off to chance. "Basketball Gods," he told the Charlotte Observer. "It didn't happen. (One) should have gone down."
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, SportSouth (Charlotte)
    ABOUT THE BUCKS (6-21): Milwaukee is 3-10 away from home overall but has showed signs of improvement on the road of late, winning two of its last four. Khris Middleton, who helped spell John Henson (knee) at power forward, led the Bucks over the 76ers on Saturday with a team-high 27 points. Milwaukee got a lift from the return of Butler, who played for the first time since Dec. 6 due to a sore left knee and finished with 22 points and 11 boards in 39 minutes.
    ABOUT THE BOBCATS (13-15): Charlotte owner Michael Jordan had Saturday night's home crowd abuzz - introducing the new Hornets logo that his club will adopt next season in a halftime ceremony - but the fans left disappointed after an 88-85 loss. The Bobcats allowed Utah to shoot 10-of-21 from 3-point range, while Charlotte struck just twice from beyond the arc - a recipe for disaster, according to coach Steve Clifford. "You get outscored by 24 in 3-point shooting, it's going to be hard to win," he said.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Milwaukee's last winning streak came March 17-19 of last season, with consecutive wins at home against Orlando and Portland.
    2. Charlotte lost SF Jeff Taylor for the season after he ruptured his Achilles tendon on Friday at Detroit. Taylor was averaging eight points over 24.2 minutes in his second season out of Vanderbilt.
    3. The Bobcats are 2-0 against the Bucks this season, with Jefferson averaging 21 points and 9.5 rebounds.


    Preview: Detroit At Cleveland
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
    Just when the Detroit Pistons look like they're putting everything together, their vaunted frontcourt gets dominated by the one-man wrecking crew known as Dwight Howard. The Pistons look to regroup in their final game before the holiday break as they visit the Cavaliers in Cleveland. Detroit watched Howard rack up 35 points and 19 rebounds for undermanned Houston in a 114-97 win Saturday night, while the Cavaliers are coming off a 100-84 loss to Chicago.
    Detroit had won three of four behind a string of solid performances from big men Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe - but following a 116-106 loss to Charlotte, Detroit - and Drummond, in particular - had no answer for Howard, who shot 13-of-18 from the field in his best game of the season. "At the end I thanked him for the lesson," Drummond said following the game. "He said, 'any time.'" The Cavaliers present another frontcourt challenge, led by the returning-to-form Andrew Bynum.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN (Detroit), FSN Ohio (Cleveland)
    ABOUT THE PISTONS (13-16): Expectations are soaring for Drummond, the 21-year-old who is averaging better than a double-double in his second NBA season. Saturday's lesson from Howard typified the struggles Drummond has had defending in the post - a skill head coach Maurice Cheeks believes will only get better as he continues to match up against the league's best. "He's got to learn how to guard those guys on the block a little bit better, use his weight, ride them off the post a bit more," Cheeks told the Detroit Free Press. "He's got a little ways to go in that area."
    ABOUT THE CAVALIERS (10-16): Bynum's increased minutes as he works his way back from serious knee injuries - combined with a logjam up front - has made life difficult for second-year center Tyler Zeller. After a spate of injuries to the Cleveland frontcourt resulted in him averaging better than 26 minutes as a rookie, Zeller is at just over seven minutes of action per game so far in 2013-14. He has played just three times in December. "I'm just trying to do whatever I can," he told the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "If it happens, it happens. Just make the best of it."
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Detroit has won the previous six meetings, and prevailed 111-104 in their last encounter April 10.
    2. Drummond averages 13.5 points and 7.8 rebounds in four career meetings against Cleveland.
    3. The Pistons surrendered 62 points in the paint against the Rockets.


    Preview: New York At Orlando
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
    Two teams looking for something positive to happen to point them in the right direction meet when the New York Knicks visit the Orlando Magic on Monday. The Knicks won back-to-back games only once this season and have yet to find consistent scoring support behind Carmelo Anthony, the league’s second-leading scorer. Orlando lost 10 of its last 12 and dropped the first two of a six-game homestand to Utah and Sacramento and also lost at New York by 38 points on Dec. 6.
    The Knicks looked to be starting to build some steam with consecutive blowout wins over Brooklyn and Orlando earlier this month, but have won only three of eight since. The Magic might go inside more than normal against New York, which was outscored 60-28 in the paint during the eight-point loss to Memphis on Saturday. Arron Afflalo leads Orlando’s offense and the finally-healthy Tobias Harris has averaged 17.5 points the last two contests.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, MSG (New York), FSN Florida (Orlando)
    ABOUT THE KNICKS (8-18): Anthony is posting 26.5 points and nine rebounds per game while the team has been searching for a rhythm, especially on the offensive end. “It’s a sense of inconsistency right now,” Anthony told reporters. “We have spurts where we’re playing great basketball and then we just have spurts where we’re just dead out there.” Andrea Bargnani (14.3) is the only other player averaging more than 11.2 points although Tim Hardaway Jr. (12.8 over the last four games) is starting to become a factor.
    ABOUT THE MAGIC (8-19): Afflalo returned after missing one game with an illness to score 26 in the 105-100 loss to Sacramento on Saturday when the Magic turned the ball over 18 times. Harris remained in the starting lineup and rookie Victor Oladipo began the game on the bench before contributing 12 points in 21 minutes. Orlando’s 7-0 center Nikola Vucevic’s offensive numbers have dipped since he returned from an ankle injury, averaging 9.8 points while shooting 40.3 percent in six games.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. The Knicks have won the last seven meetings – three of them at Orlando
    2. New York has dropped to 29th in the league in rebounds per contest (38.6).
    3. The Magic are 0-13 when opponents have scored at least 100 points.


    Preview: Indiana At Brooklyn
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
    Things have been bad enough for Brooklyn without having to endure a visit from Eastern Conference-best Indiana, but that's what the Nets face Monday. It keeps getting worse for the Nets, with the latest blow a fractured right foot for leading scorer Brook Lopez, who reportedly needs season-ending surgery. The Pacers are getting stronger with forward Danny Granger back after missing all but five games last season with a knee injury and the first 25 games this season with a strained calf.
    Indiana rebounded from its first back-to-back losses of the season to win its past two contests by an average of 30 points, including a 106-79 rout of visiting Boston on Sunday. "We're starting the game off with high energy and we're ending the game with high energy and in between we're maintaining that energy," Pacers leading scorer Paul George told reporters. "It wears teams down, and I think that's been the case these past couple games." Brooklyn has lost consecutive games, including a 121-120 overtime defeat at Philadelphia on Friday.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, FSN Indiana, YES (Brooklyn)
    ABOUT THE PACERS (22-5): Indiana already has five starters averaging double-digit scoring with George (23.9) leading the way, and now it adds Granger, who averages 18.1 points for his career. Lance Stephenson (13 points, 6.7 rebounds, 5.1 assists) also is capable of taking over a game like he did with his third triple-double of the season against the Celtics. The amount of offensive firepower the Pacers have amassed is a frightening notion for opponents considering Indiana also leads the league in scoring defense at 89.5 points per game.
    ABOUT THE NETS (9-17): Lopez's injury comes as Brooklyn was beginning to play somewhat better with point guard Deron Williams returning to form following a nine-game stint on the bench with a sprained ankle. Williams has averaged 17.8 points and 10 assists in six games since his return, and veteran Paul Pierce has come to life in the past two games, averaging 25.5 points and eight rebounds. Mirza Teletovic (6.6 points, 3.6 rebounds) is likely to step into Lopez's spot in the starting lineup after matching his career high with 18 points on six 3-pointers against the 76ers.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Indiana is 14-0 when holding opponents under 90 points and 20-1 when allowing fewer than 100.
    2. Stephenson is the first Pacers player with three triple-doubles in a season since Detlef Schrempf had four during the 1992-93 season.
    3. Lopez, who was averaging a career-high 20.7 points, had surgery to repair the same injury in December 2011 and had the screw in the foot replaced this offseason.


    Preview: Atlanta At Miami
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
    A pair of streaking squads meet Monday night when the Atlanta Hawks pay a visit to the Miami Heat, who have won each of the last eight meetings. Miami's winning streak is at four games - all coming on the squad's current homestand - after a 122-103 rout of Sacramento on Friday. The Heat shot 61.4 percent from the floor two games after setting a franchise record with a 63.4 percent mark in a rout of Utah.
    Although the Hawks have struggled mightily against Miami over the past few seasons, they enter this one on a high with three consecutive victories and six in their last eight contests. Atlanta also was able to take advantage of woeful Utah with a 118-85 pasting Friday night at home. Al Horford, who was one of just three Hawks to reach double figures in a 16-point loss to the Heat earlier this season, had 23 points on 11-of-15 shooting.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, SportSouth (Atlanta), Sun Sports (Miami)
    ABOUT THE HAWKS (15-12): Atlanta's chances of catching the powerful Heat in the Southeast Division may be slim, but it figures to put up more of a fight than it did the first time the two teams met Nov. 19. The Hawks played that game without power forward Paul Millsap, who was out with elbow tendinitis, and shooting guard Louis Williams, who was still working his way back from a right knee injury with sporadic playing time. Williams broke out for 25 points in 24 minutes in the rout of the Jazz.
    ABOUT THE HEAT (20-6): Miami entered this homestand on shaky ground, at least for the two-time defending champs, who had lost three of their previous five games and endured some very inconsistent play. However, the Heat have clicked in a big way while back at AmericanAirlines Arena and, as usual, the symmetry has been generated through the team's three stars. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have combined to average 73 points while shooting a collective 63.3 percent during the homestand.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Hawks SG Kyle Korver's NBA-record streak of consecutive games with at least one 3-pointer sits at 96 games.
    2. Heat PG Mario Chalmers is 7-for-14 from 3-point range and is averaging 5.8 assists and 2.5 steals during the homestand.
    3. Miami's next game will be a visit to the Los Angeles Lakers on Christmas Day, when Heat players will wear specially designed short-sleeved jerseys.


    Preview: Dallas At Houston
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
    For at least one night, Dwight Howard made Houston Rockets fans forget all about the litany of injuries in their backcourt. Howard will try to put together a fitting encore performance as the Rockets entertain the rival Dallas Mavericks on Monday in the final game before a brief holiday break. Howard erupted for 35 points and 19 rebounds in a 114-97 victory over the Detroit Pistons over the weekend, while the Mavericks are coming off a 123-108 loss to Phoenix.
    Howard's efficient night - he shot 13-of-18 from the field and added five assists - helped overcome the absence of guards James Harden and Jeremy Lin and frontcourt mate Omer Asik. "Dwight was unbelievable," Rockets forward Chandler Parsons told reporters after the game. "He completely dominated the game." The Mavericks must have felt dominated themselves against the surging Suns, who shot 51.2 percent from the field while knocking down 15 3-pointers.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, FSN Southwest (Dallas), CSN (Houston)
    ABOUT THE MAVERICKS (15-12): Rick Carlisle is already looking ahead to the end of the season. More specifically, the Dallas head coach has a good idea of where the Mavericks will find themselves relative to other teams in the playoff chase. "We're in a situation where we're one of six or seven teams fighting for two or three playoff spots," he told the Dallas Morning News. "That's what it's going to come down to. Concentration and focus and attention to detail are going to carry the day as to who gets in and who has a chance to advance."
    ABOUT THE ROCKETS (18-10): With Lin and Harden out and Patrick Beverley leaving the game with a broken hand that will cost him six weeks, Parsons was forced into emergency point guard duty against the Pistons. Parsons joked afterward that he may need to work on his fitness level. "That is tiring bringing that ball up with a 5-7 guy on you," he told the Houston Chronicle. "I brought it up against (Pistons backup guard) Will Bynum. That's exhausting, man. I hadn't done that in a while. That was fun."
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. The home team has won the last five meetings.
    2. Howard averages 19.9 points and 12.5 rebounds in 21 career games versus the Mavericks.
    3. Harden remains questionable for Monday, though he has said he won't return until his ankle injury has fully healed.

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    Preview: Utah At Memphis
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: FedExForum, Memphis, Tennessee
    The Memphis Grizzlies needed to go out on the road to end their losing streak and hope some of that momentum can carry over to their own building. The Grizzlies attempt to snap a three-game home losing streak when they host the Utah Jazz on Monday. The Jazz, who own the worst record in the Western Conference, would seem like the perfect team to pick on, but Utah has been surprisingly frisky on its road trip.
    The Jazz can clinch a winning record on their five-game trip by toppling Memphis after evening up their mark at 2-2 with an 88-85 triumph at Charlotte on Saturday. Utah was crushed by Atlanta and Miami on the trip but took out Orlando and is playing well against sub-.500 teams like the Grizzlies. Memphis picked on another struggling team with
    a 95-87 win at New York on Saturday, clipping a five-game slide.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, ROOT (Utah)
    ABOUT THE JAZZ (8-22): Utah is 7-8 since beginning the season 1-14 and rookie Trey Burke has been a big part of the turnaround. The former college Player of the Year missed the first 12 games and is still trying to find consistent numbers but went for 20 points in the win on Saturday and has scored in double figures in 12 of the last 15 contests. “We can’t look back,” Burke said. “We’re going to have some games where it looks like a team that just woke up and then it looks like a team that’s really hungry. We have to get to that every night where we’re hungry and coming in with intensity and making the first punch.”
    ABOUT THE GRIZZLIES (11-14): Memphis went back to doing what it does best against the Knicks - playing tight defense and dominating the inside. The Grizzlies still don’t have Marc Gasol (MCL sprain) but Zach Randolph went for 25 points and 15 rebounds as Memphis built up a 56-29 advantage on the glass and held a team under 90 points for the first time since a 94-85 win over Orlando on Dec. 9. “I’m trying to get a win,” Randolph said. “I’m always extra motivated.” Randolph went 9-for-18 against New York after shooting 32.2 percent in the previous three games.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. The Grizzlies have taken four of the last five in the series, including three straight at home.
    2. Utah G Gordon Hayward is shooting 31.3 percent on the road trip.
    3. Memphis F Tayshaun Prince (knee) missed the last two games and is day-to-day.


    Preview: Toronto At San Antonio
    When: 8:30 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
    The trade that was made with an eye toward the future is paying immediate dividends for Toronto. The Raptors are 5-2 since sending Rudy Gay to Sacramento, and they're atop the weak Atlantic Division heading into a road test at San Antonio on Monday. The Spurs suffered a rare home defeat Saturday, losing 113-100 to Oklahoma City to fall to 9-3 at AT&T Center.
    Toronto beat that same Thunder team on its home floor Sunday, rallying in the fourth quarter for a 104-98 victory - the most impressive performance yet during its four-game road winning streak. "I'm seeing the mental toughness growing," Raptors coach Dwane Casey told reporters. "I've talked to the guys about how tough you've got to be to take punches in this league." The Spurs have won six of their last eight overall and are 9-1 against Eastern Conference teams.
    TV: 8:30 p.m. ET, Sportsnet One (Toronto), FSN Southwest (San Antonio)
    ABOUT THE RAPTORS (11-14): Toronto has been much more efficient since shipping Gay to Sacramento, and the Raptors had five players score in double digits against the Thunder. One of them was veteran small forward John Salmons, who put up nine of his 14 in the fourth quarter in his best game thus far since coming over from the Kings. Power forward Amir Johnson also has flourished recently, averaging 18 points and 9.6 rebounds over the last nine games with five double-doubles during that stretch.
    ABOUT THE SPURS (21-6): San Antonio has one of the deepest benches in the league and averages an NBA-best 45.7 points from its reserves. Manu Ginobili (11.5 points) and Marco Belinelli (10.5 points) lead the second unit and are among five players averaging double digits in scoring. Small forward Kawhi Leonard, one of the team's best on-ball defenders, should be back in the lineup after sitting out against Oklahoma City following a dental procedure.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. The Spurs have won the past six meetings, including a 116-103 win at Toronto on Dec. 10.
    2. The Raptors haven't won five straight on the road since Nov. 14-Dec. 1, 2002.
    3. Spurs PF Tim Duncan is averaging 17 points and 12.2 rebounds over his last nine games with six straight double-doubles.


    Preview: Golden State At Denver
    When: 9:00 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
    The slumping Denver Nuggets are having issues at home right now - a problem that could date back to last spring’s first-round playoff series. The Nuggets dropped Game 2 of that series at home to the Golden State Warriors before losing in six games and will be looking for some revenge when they host the Warriors on Monday. Denver was an NBA-best 38-3 at home during the 2012-13 regular season but just 2-1 in the playoffs and 7-5 in the current campaign.
    The Nuggets matched their total from last season on the last homestand alone, dropping three of four before going out on the road and getting crushed 112-91 by the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday. Golden State is trying to string some wins together and cruised past the depleted Los Angeles Lakers at home on Saturday. The Warriors spread Denver out and went crazy from 3-point range behind Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson last spring, and the Nuggets lost their best perimeter defender - Andre Iguodala - to Golden State over the summer.
    TV: 9 p.m. ET, CSN Bay Area (Golden State), Altitude (Denver)
    ABOUT THE WARRIORS (15-13): Curry thrust himself into the national spotlight with his performance in the Nuggets series last spring, starting with a 30-point, 13-assist effort in the 131-117 Game 2 victory in Denver that allowed Golden State to steal homecourt advantage. The star guard had a string of 12 straight games scoring 20 or more points come to an end on Saturday but contributed 18 points and nine assists to a 102-83 triumph over the Lakers. Iguodala got off to a hot start with his new team before missing 12 games with a hamstring strain and has been slowly working his way back in the last three games, averaging 24.3 minutes and shooting 35.7 percent.
    ABOUT THE NUGGETS (14-12): Denver went through several changes after that quick postseason exit, including switching head coaches. New coach Bryan Shaw is having some trouble getting his team to play at both ends and the Nuggets have dropped three straight and six of their last nine after a hot stretch bridging November and December. Denver’s roster took a blow in Saturday’s contest when Kenneth Faried went down three minutes into the contest with an ankle injury. He is considered day-to-day.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. The Nuggets took three of the four regular-season meetings in 2012-13, including both at home.
    2. Golden State C Andrew Bogut grabbed a season-high 20 rebounds on Saturday and has hit double figures on the glass in eight straight.
    3. Denver PG Ty Lawson is struggling to 11 points on 37.8 percent shooting over the last five games.


    Preview: L.A. Lakers At Phoenix
    When: 9:00 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: US Airways Center, Phoenix, Arizona
    The Phoenix Suns look for their eighth victory in nine outings when they host the reeling Los Angeles Lakers on Monday. Phoenix is one of the NBA’s top surprises and is six games above .500 after tying a season best with 15 3-pointers in Saturday’s victory over the Dallas Mavericks. The Lakers were routed by the Golden State Warriors on Saturday and Kobe Bryant has plenty of company when it comes to a lengthy list of injured players.
    Los Angeles center Pau Gasol missed the 102-83 loss to the Warriors due to respiratory issues and the Lakers hope he will be back against the Suns. Phoenix won the lone meeting against the Lakers this season – 114-108 in Los Angeles on Dec. 10 – and is thriving under first-year coach Jeff Hornacek. Channing Frye and Gerald Green each had four 3-pointers and Eric Bledsoe knocked down three in the convincing 123-109 win over the Mavericks that represents Phoenix’s high scoring output of the campaign.
    TV: 9 p.m. ET, TWC SportsNet (Los Angeles), FSN Arizona (Phoenix)
    ABOUT THE LAKERS (13-14): Competing against Phoenix’s double point-guard starting backcourt will be a chore for a squad that is basically operating without one with Steve Nash, Steve Blake and Jordan Farmar all sidelined with injuries. Bryant was acting as the point guard during his brief return and now players like Jodie Meeks, Xavier Henry, Wesley Johnson and Nick Young are all taking turns. The results were disastrous against Golden State as Los Angeles posted a season low for points and had just 11 assists and committed 24 turnovers, leading to 28 points for the Warriors. The Lakers even turned to Kendall Marshall – just called up from the D-League – for six minutes and he was overmatched and committed four miscues.
    ABOUT THE SUNS (16-10): Green has been a solid contributor all season and the journeyman who is playing for his seventh NBA club is averaging 12.9 points per game. He is averaging 20.5 points over the past two games, making 10-of-20 from 3-pointers, and had 22 points in Saturday’s victory over Dallas. “They’re the ones that are creating the shots for me,” Green said of his teammates. “It’s just easy for me to knock it down. They’re drawing so much attention from the defense, they’re collapsing to them.”
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. The Lakers have lost in four straight visits to Phoenix.
    2. Bledsoe has scored 24 or more points in three of the last five games.
    3. Young had 20 points against Golden State and has scored in double digits in 13 consecutive games.


    Preview: New Orleans At Sacramento
    When: 10:00 PM ET, Monday, December 23, 2013
    Where: Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento, California
    The New Orleans Pelicans aim to avoid a winless five-game trek when they close the excursion by visiting the Sacramento Kings on Monday. New Orleans gave Portland a scare before succumbing on Saturday for its fourth straight loss and has slipped to three games below .500 in the tough Western Conference. Sacramento defeated Orlando on Saturday for its lone win during a four-game trip and now plays seven of its next nine at home.
    Former Kings guard Tyreke Evans plays against his employers of four seasons for the first time after being dealt to the Pelicans in the offseason. Evans is averaging 12 points off the bench after scoring 21 points in the 110-107 loss to the Trail Blazers. The Kings are still getting used to having forward Rudy Gay on the roster and the player acquired from Toronto earlier this month is averaging 18.8 points and shooting 50 percent from the field in six games with Sacramento.
    TV: 10 p.m. ET, NBATV, CSN California (Sacramento)
    ABOUT THE PELICANS (11-14): Power forward Anthony Davis has put together strong back-to-back outings after a seven-game absence due to a hand injury. Davis is averaging 22.5 points and 10.5 rebounds and has made 18-of-31 shots since returning. New Orleans wasn’t as demoralized after the Portland loss as the effort was much better than the three preceding defeats that were by an average of 11 points. “Like I told them, I have nothing bad to say about that game because of the way we competed,” Pelicans coach Monty Williams said afterward.
    ABOUT THE KINGS (8-18): Gay has played well since joining the club in a trade that also opened the door for point guard Isaiah Thomas to move into a starting role. The 5-9 Thomas had 23 points and nine assists in the win over Orlando and has topped 20 points in eight of his last 11 games and is averaging 20.8 points in 12 December outings. Thomas is much more athletic than Greivis Vazquez, who was acquired in the deal for Evans but didn’t fit in well with the Kings before being shipped to the Raptors.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. The Kings have won four straight home games against New Orleans.
    2. Pelicans C Alexis Ajinca grabbed a career-best 11 rebounds against Portland in his club debut after joining the club late last week.
    3. Sacramento has scored 100 or more points in nine of its last 10 games.

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    NBA Report - Trends e Statistiche 23 Dicembre

    Hot teams
    -- Bobcats won three of their last four games (3-5 HF).
    -- Detroit won six of its last seven road games.
    -- Knicks are 3-0 as road favorite; faves covered nine of their 12 games on foreign soil.
    -- Pacers covered ten of their thirteen road games.
    -- Miami won its last four games (2-4 last six as HF). Hawks won six of their last eight games.
    -- Rockets covered seven of last nine games as a home favorite.
    -- Jazz covered eight of last twelve as a road underdog.
    -- San Antonio won six of last eight games, is 0-6 vs spread in last six at home. Raptors won/covered four of their last five games.
    -- Phoenix won/covered seven of its last eight games. Lakers covered six of last nine as a road underdog.


    Cold Teams
    -- Bucks lost five of last six games.
    -- Cavaliers lost three of their last four games.
    -- Orlando lost nine of its last eleven games.
    -- Nets lost three of their last four games.
    -- Dallas lost four of last six games, covered five of last six as road dog.
    -- Grizzlies lost five of their last six games.
    -- Denver lost four of its last five games. Warriors covered twice in their last seven games.
    -- Sacramento lost five of its last seven games. Pelicans lost their last four games, three by 9+ points.


    Series records
    -- Bobcats won last three games with Milwaukee by 10-24-16 points.
    -- Pistons won their last six games with Cleveland.
    -- Knicks won their last seven games with Orlando.
    -- Nets won four of last five games with Indiana.
    -- Heat won 14 of their last 16 games with Atlanta.
    -- Mavericks won 11 of last 12 games with Houston.
    -- Grizzlies won four of last five games with Utah.
    -- Spurs won their last six games with Toronto.
    -- Nuggets won four of last five games with Golden State.
    -- Lakers lost five of last seven games with Phoenix.
    -- Pelicans won three of last four games with Sacramento.


    Totals
    -- Under is 10-1-1 in last dozen Charlotte home games. Five of last six Milwaukee road games went over total.
    -- Last nine Detroit games went over the total.
    -- Six of last eight Orlando games stayed under total.
    -- Six of eight Brooklyn home games went over the total.
    -- Last six Miami home games went over the total; their last six games with Atlanta stayed under.
    -- Six of last eight Houston home games stayed under; six of last eight Dallas games went over.
    -- Five of last six Memphis home games stayed under.
    -- Last eight San Antonio home games went over total.
    -- 10 of last 14 Golden State road games stayed under total.
    -- Eight of last nine Phoenix home games went over total.
    -- Seven of last ten New Orleans road games went over.

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    complimenti per ieri.
    Erano poche e non le ho giocate, che errore madornale.

    per me stasera in multipla, solo vincenti:

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    pi eventualmente 2 over

    miami-atl
    den-gs


    Che ne pensate ?
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    complimenti per ieri.
    Erano poche e non le ho giocate, che errore madornale.

    per me stasera in multipla, solo vincenti:

    no
    hou
    mem
    ind

    pi eventualmente 2 over

    miami-atl
    den-gs


    Che ne pensate ?
    tra poco escono i prono di sport usa (un po in ritardo lo so sry)
    su den-gs io stavo valutando invece l under ma cmq ho lasciato perdere quindi nn mi esprimo, ma non mi gusta molto dp un po di analisi e pensate che ci ho fatto sopra. pelicans mi piacciono, ma sono due squadre inconsistenti, sulla carta la giocata ci sta. houston tanti in forse, anche big come harden che sar fuori + lin in forse, beverly out, smith dubbio (penso di andare su under proprio per questo). mem e ind ci stanno tt, come over di miami imho...

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    aspetto ancora un po' per aspettare e avere news su chi gioca o meno...adesso danno out harden e in lin per esempio....voglio capire anche p-gasol se gioca o meno, nel caso alle bet del pezzo in home aggiungo H sui lakers.cmq al momento sono queste, vedo cosa confermare e con che stake

    Orlando Magic - New York Knicks
    Pronostico: OVER 190.5

    Brooklyn Nets - Indiana Pacers
    Pronostico: UNDER 195.5

    Miami Heat - Atlanta Hawks
    Pronostico: HAWKS +8.5

    Houston Rockets - Dallas Mavericks
    Pronostico: UNDER 210.5

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    Jeremy Lin back Monday for Rockets; James Harden out with ankle sprain
    The good news for Houston: Jeremy Lin will be back and in the starting lineup for the Rockets Monday against Dallas, which is good news with Patrick Beverly out for about six weeks with a fracture in his hands.The bad news: James Harden is sitting out Monday to rest the sprained ankle he tried to play through.

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    Pau (Gasol) will play. Shawne Williams back to the starting lineup too over Jordan Hill
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    cmq penso di andare con un triplo teaserino...dp vediamo se aggiungo qualche stake sulle singole con linee normali

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    orl-nyk over 184.5 @1.44
    bkn-ind under 200.5 @1.41
    hou-dal under 218.5 @1.40
    @2.80 (5u)


    NBA
    hawks +15.5 @1.31
    mavs +12.5 @1.26
    @1.66 (5u)


    NBA
    raptors +19.5 @1.26
    lakers +14,5 @1.31
    @1.66 (5u)

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    per questa sera vado su questa multipla

    indiana -6.5
    charlotte -6.5
    nyk over 191.5
    houston und 210.5

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