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N.B.A. Game of the Week: Kings vs. Mavericks
2014-11-11

Sacramento at Dallas, Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. Eastern

With the Western Conference superpowers of recent years struggling in the early goings of this season the Spurs were 2-3 entering Sunday, the depleted Thunder 1-5 opportunities abound for teams formerly stuck in the middle tier. The Warriors and the Grizzlies, the sixth and seventh seeds in the playoffs last season, were in first and second in the conference entering Sunday, and even teams that missed the playoffs by a wide margin, including the Pelicans, are fighting for a spot in the top eight.

Sacramento, in particular, has been a surprise to many, going 28-54 last season but winning five of its first six games this season. The Kings did not make blockbuster moves in the off-season, so credit their improvement to the maturation of their scorers and an increased focus on defense.

DeMarcus Cousins has been a strong player at center for a few seasons now, but attitude problems have kept him from being considered one of the N.B.A.s true stars. There are signs now that he has grown up witness, for instance, Fridays game, in which he restrained his coach after fouling out on a questionable call in the fourth quarter against the Suns. (The Kings ended up winning in overtime, with Cousins watching from the sideline.) Cousins seems to have benefited from his time on the United States team at the FIBA World Cup: He is scoring more ably than he did last season while remaining a force on the boards.
The Kings were criticized for letting the young point guard Isaiah Thomas head to Phoenix in a July sign-and-trade deal. But Thomass replacement, Darren Collison, has exceeded expectations, averaging 15.2 points and 6.2 assists entering Sunday and giving a boost to a defense that was allowing fewer than 100 points per 100 possessions at 98.7, the eighth-best mark in the league through Saturday.

Sacramentos biggest problem remains its passing. Despite an increased focus from the second-year coach Michael Malone on sharing the ball, the Kings had the worst assists-per-game mark in the league through Saturday, at 17.7. And if they cannot move the ball, they will have a tough time against teams with the ability to stop Cousins and forward Rudy Gay.
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The Dallas Mavericks have been on fans radars since pushing the Spurs to seven games in the first round of the playoffs in the spring. But it is easy to forget that Dallas nearly missed the playoffs, clinching the eighth seed in its penultimate game.

In order to avoid that kind of close call this season, the Mavericks will have to improve their defense. To that end, they reacquired center Tyson Chandler from the Knicks and gave the strong defender Devin Harris a bigger role at point guard. But the Mavericks still look shaky; their 105-82 victory over the Jazz on Friday was the first time this season they had held an opponent to fewer than 100 points.
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It has been difficult to get a read on how good the Mavericks are. Although they lost their opener, 101-100, at San Antonio, they played a great game against the Spurs, the reigning N.B.A. champions. Then again, their only impressive win has come against New Orleans, and they were beaten badly by the Trail Blazers on Thursday.

Dallas has never had to worry much about scoring. The Mavericks were averaging 106.5 points per game, the second-highest output in the league, behind only Golden States 107.2, through Saturday. Chandler Parsons looks to be fitting in well in his first season with Dallas, averaging 15.2 points a game entering Sunday, and Dirk Nowitzki and Monta Ellis have picked up where they left off last season as the teams first and second scoring options.

Before missing out on the postseason in 2012-13 and barely making it in last season, the Mavericks made the playoffs for 12 straight seasons, often with a comfortable margin. Displaying that sort of dominance, however, has grown increasingly difficult as the Western Conference has become almost comically competitive. Teams like the Kings that few expected to be good this year still have the kind of talent to challenge borderline playoff teams like Dallas in the fight to make it to May.

It is still early in the season, but Tuesdays game should help fans begin to understand how the Kings and the Mavericks stack up.


NBA: Portland at Phoenix 10:30E TNT
2010-04-26

After Games 2 & 3 of the first round West playoff series between Portland and Phoenix, it would have been simple to just write Apuestas Deportivas Online Bingo off the Blazers. Those games were decidedly won by the Suns. However, Portland came back strong on Saturday with an emotional boost from the return of Brandon Roy to even the series. The pivotal Game 5 is set for Monday, and Sportsbook.com oddsmakers list Phoenix as a 6-point home favorite.

Right before the series, the big news in the basketball desert was Portland was not going to have their best player, Roy, who was having minor surgery on a torn meniscus. Phoenix went out and celebrated their good fortune by going thru the motions in the series opener, falling by five as eight-point favorites.

The Suns took this series seriously the next two contests, pummeling Portland by 29 and 19 points respectively and got their swagger back, making this look like a five-game series was about to unfold.

However, word was Roy’s procedure was so minor he was able to shoot free throws and do straight line running within days and low and behold he was in uniform for Game 4.

With the theme of “Rocky” playing at the Rose Garden, a delirious crowd welcomes backed their superstar and Phoenix fell for it.

It was clear Roy lacked any lateral quickness, but the Suns coaches and players had a welcoming committee whenever he touched the ball, bring an extra man to guard him, for reasons unknown, freeing up other Blazers players.

“As soon as he checked into the game, I got my first open shot with nobody guarding me, so I was thinking thank God he’s back,” Aldridge said with his team 15-4 ATS after two or more Under’s.

Amare Stoudemire brought up what is becoming an annoying theme to Suns fans and backers. “We didn’t bring it, we just didn’t bring it,” Stoudemire said. “We realized how important the game was. We didn’t bring the effort, we didn’t bring the energy, we didn’t rebound, we didn’t attack. We had a chance to go up 3-1, which would have been great. Now we’ve got to go back to a must-win situation.”

Phoenix is 25-14 ATS after playing a road game and is a six-point favorite with total of 202. If the Suns expect to win this first round Western series they have to force the tempo and are 22-6 OVER at home after two away encounters.

Portland at least knows they are going back home for a Game #6, as they are 0-8 ATS off an upset win as a home underdog.

The StatFox Game Estimator, far more “accu”rate than that of Accuscore, calls for a 106-97 Phoenix win, good enough to beat the 6-point line at Sportsbook.