Atlanta HawksHawks
20-47
Mon 11/11, 2:05 AM - Moda Center
POR -9, O/U 226
Portland Trail BlazersTrail Blazers
29-37
Mon 11/11, 2:05 AM - Moda Center
POR -9, O/U 226
Hawks
20-47
Trail Blazers
29-37
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108.5Proj Full Score121.5
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Hawks
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+9 (-110)
o226 (-110)
+9 (-110)
o226 (-110)
+9 (-110)
o226 (-110)
+9 (-110)
o226 (-110)
+9 (-110)
o226 (-110)
+9 (-110)
o226 (-110)
+9 (-110)
o226 (-110)
Team Summary
Atlanta Hawks Summary
Head Coach
Lloyd Pierce
Avg. Pts. Scored
111.76
1H Pts. Scored
55.7
Portland Trail Blazers Summary
Head Coach
Terry Stotts
Avg. Pts. Scored
113.64
1H Pts. Scored
57.14
Schedule Summary
ATL
Teams
POR
67
No. Of Games
66
20-47
Record
29-37
30-36
ATS Record
27-37
45.5%
Cover%
42.2%
39-28
O/U Record
36-29
58.2%
Over%
55.4%
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Total Games: 82Record: 29-37 ATS Record: 27-37O/U Record: 36-29
Games: 82Record: 29-37 ATS: 27-37O/U: 36-29
DateOpponentScoreATSO/UB2BThu 10/24vs. DENL 100-108L +1.5U 217.5NOSat 10/26@ SACW 122-112W -1.5O 227.5NOSun 10/27@ DALW 121-119W +2.5O 219YESTue 10/29@ SASL 110-113W +6--NOThu 10/31@ OKCW 102-99W -1.5U 222NOSun 11/3vs. PHIL 128-129 +1O 224NOTue 11/5@ GSWL 118-127L -11.5O 220NOFri 11/8@ LACL 101-107L +5.5U 231NOSat 11/9vs. BKNL 115-119L -3U 240.5YESMon 11/11vs. ATLW 124-113L -9O 226NOWed 11/13@ SACL 99-107L -1.5U 222.5NOThu 11/14vs. TORL 106-114L -3.5O 219YESSun 11/17@ SASW 121-116W +1.5O 225.5NOTue 11/19@ HOUL 108-132L +7.5O 231NOWed 11/20@ NOPL 104-115L +3U 231.5YESFri 11/22@ MILL 129-137W +14O 228.5NOSun 11/24@ CLEL 104-110L -6U 226.5NOTue 11/26@ CHIW 117-94W -1U 226NOThu 11/28vs. OKCW 136-119W -2.5O 219.5NOSat 11/30vs. CHIW 107-103L -7U 227NOWed 12/4@ LACL 97-117L +9U 232.5NOThu 12/5vs. SACW 127-116W -5O 216.5YESSat 12/7vs. LALL 113-136L +4.5O 225NOMon 12/9vs. OKCL 96-108L -3.5U 223NOWed 12/11vs. NYKW 115-87W -9U 223.5NOFri 12/13@ DENL 99-114L +7.5U 216.5NOTue 12/17@ PHXW 111-110L -2.5U 227NOThu 12/19vs. GSWW 122-112W -9O 221.5NOSat 12/21vs. ORLW 118-103W -3.5O 218.5NOSun 12/22vs. MINW 113-106 -7U 228YESTue 12/24vs. NOPL 94-102L -5.5U 230NOFri 12/27@ UTAL 115-121L +5.5O 221.5NOSun 12/29vs. LALL 120-128L +5O 223.5NOTue 12/31vs. PHXL 116-122L -4O 232.5NOThu 1/2@ NYKL 93-117L -4U 225.5NOSat 1/4@ WASW 122-103W -7U 232.5NOSun 1/5@ MIAL 111-122L +5O 215.5YESWed 1/8@ TORW 101-99W +2.5U 221NOFri 1/10@ MINL 102-116L EvenU 224.5NOSun 1/12vs. MILL 101-122L +7.5U 232NOTue 1/14vs. CHAW 115-112L -9O 215.5NOThu 1/16@ HOUW 117-107W +8.5U 236.5NOSat 1/18@ DALL 112-120L +7.5O 228NOSun 1/19@ OKCL 106-119L +6.5O 215.5YESTue 1/21vs. GSWW 129-124L -7.5O 222NOFri 1/24vs. DALL 125-133L +5.5O 227NOMon 1/27vs. INDW 139-129W -3O 221NOThu 1/30vs. HOUW 125-112W +5U 242.5NOSat 2/1@ LALW 127-119W +13O 232NOSun 2/2vs. UTAW 124-107W +6.5O 227.5YESWed 2/5@ DENL 99-127L +4.5O 225.5NOFri 2/7vs. SASW 125-117W -3.5O 228NOSat 2/8@ UTAL 114-117W +10.5O 230.5YESMon 2/10vs. MIAW 115-109W -5U 226NOWed 2/12@ NOPL 117-138L +3O 243.5NOThu 2/13@ MEML 104-111L +3.5U 235YESSat 2/22vs. NOPL 115-128L +5.5O 238.5NOMon 2/24vs. DETW 107-104L -5.5U 220NOWed 2/26vs. BOSL 106-118L +7O 222.5NOFri 2/28@ INDL 100-106W +10U 218NOSun 3/1@ ATLL 117-129W +2.5O 240NOTue 3/3@ ORLW 130-107W +6.5O 219.5NOThu 3/5vs. WASW 125-104W -7.5U 244NOSat 3/7@ PHXL 117-127L -3.5O 233NOSun 3/8vs. SACL 111-123L -2O 230.5YESWed 3/11vs. PHXW 121-105W -6U 235NOFri 3/13vs. MEM------NOSun 3/15vs. HOU------NOWed 3/18vs. MIN------NOFri 3/20vs. DAL------NOSun 3/22@ MIN------NOTue 3/24@ CHA------NOWed 3/25@ DET------YESFri 3/27@ BOS------NOSun 3/29@ PHI------NOMon 3/30@ BKN------YESFri 4/3vs. UTA------NOMon 4/6vs. MEM------NOWed 4/8vs. CLE------NOFri 4/10vs. DEN------NOTue 4/14@ GSW------NOThu 4/16vs. LAC------NO
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Skal LabissiereATL | PF
Nearing return
As Spencer notes, Labissiere's return to practice likely marks the final hurdle he needed to clear in his recovery from a left knee chondral injury, which had prevented him from playing since late December, when he was still a member of the Trail Blazers. With the NBA season unlikely to be resumed until at least May, Labissiere should be at or near full health once the Hawks are cleared to resume training. Even though he should be available for whatever games the Hawks have left, Labissiere is unlikely to hold a meaningful role in coach Lloyd Pierce's rotation.
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Capela was dealt to the Hawks while nursing both plantar fasciitis and a bone bruise in his heel. As a result, he hasn't yet played for his new team. However, extra time off plus rehab means that Capela has made strides in his rehab. If the Hawks are included in any sort of season resumption, Capela may be able to build chemistry on the court with his new teammates. With Houston this season, he averaged 13.9 points, 13.8 rebounds, 1.8 blocks, 1.2 assists and 0.8 steals in 32.8 minutes.
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Deandre BembryATL | SF
Out again Wednesday
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Trail Blazers Injuries
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Zach CollinsPOR | PF
'On the right track' with rehab
Before the NBA suspended its season March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic, Collins had been eyeing a potential return during the postseason. Because teams haven't been holding practices during the shutdown, Collins hasn't had the opportunity to test out his shoulder in full-contract drills on the court, but he's expected to do so at some point in May, when clubs are expected to reopen their facilities. If Collins checks out well during his initial workouts, he could be ready to contribute whenever the season resumes.
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Jusuf NurkicPOR | C
To practice in G League
The Blazers don't have their own G League affiliate, so Nurkic will practice with the Santa Cruz Warriors a few times this week in an effort to help him move toward game shape. All indications are that Nurkic will debut on Sunday, but he'll likely face a minutes restriction and could be eased back into action -- especially given how well -- all things considered -- Hassan Whiteside has played for the Blazers this season.
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Pau GasolPOR | C
Wants to play in 2020 Olympics
Gasol has already ruled out a return to the NBA in 2019-20, as he's instead planning to take a more extended break after first requiring the procedure on his foot last May. The veteran big man initially hoped to have recovered from surgery early this season, but he was released by Portland in late November after it became apparent he wasn't close to a return. Depending on how his run with the Spanish National Team goes this summer, Gasol is leaving the door open to return to the NBA in 2020-21 in the event teams are interested in signing the 39-year-old.
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Rodney HoodPOR
Progresses to explosive workouts
Hood posted a video on Instagram of him doing a quick-feet sidestep exercise using a Bosu ball. Considering the explosiveness needed for the workout and how much it relates to basketball, it's an encouraging sign that Hood could take the court for drills again soon. Hood has a player option for 2020-21 worth just over $6 million and averaged 11.0 points on 8.2 shots this season before suffering a torn Achilles.
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Hawks Injuries
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Skal LabissiereATL | PF
Nearing return
As Spencer notes, Labissiere's return to practice likely marks the final hurdle he needed to clear in his recovery from a left knee chondral injury, which had prevented him from playing since late December, when he was still a member of the Trail Blazers. With the NBA season unlikely to be resumed until at least May, Labissiere should be at or near full health once the Hawks are cleared to resume training. Even though he should be available for whatever games the Hawks have left, Labissiere is unlikely to hold a meaningful role in coach Lloyd Pierce's rotation.
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Clint CapelaATL | C
Could play if season resumes
Capela was dealt to the Hawks while nursing both plantar fasciitis and a bone bruise in his heel. As a result, he hasn't yet played for his new team. However, extra time off plus rehab means that Capela has made strides in his rehab. If the Hawks are included in any sort of season resumption, Capela may be able to build chemistry on the court with his new teammates. With Houston this season, he averaged 13.9 points, 13.8 rebounds, 1.8 blocks, 1.2 assists and 0.8 steals in 32.8 minutes.
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Deandre BembryATL | SF
Out again Wednesday
Bembry continues to battle abdominal pain and will miss his 23rd consecutive contest. The 25-year-old's next chance to take the court will be Saturday versus Cleveland, though he remains without an official timeline for his return.
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