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|Team Outlook and Scouting Report|
REGULAR SEASON RECAP
The regular season went worse than expected. They won 49 games vs an expected win total of 52.1. They didn't meet expectations on the road and at home. They won 51.2% on the road which was worse than expected (56.3%). They won 28 at home and were expected to win 29.1.
STATISTICAL STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES
SHOOTING (STRENGTH): This is an above average shooting team with a true FG% of 56.4% (#10 in League). They average 112.4 pts per game vs an expected average (based on pre-game odds) of 111.3. On the road they average 110.7 (109.6 expected), and at home 114.1 ppg (112.9 expected).
DEFENSE (STRENGTH): This is an elite defensive team holding opponents to 54.8 true FG% (#5 in League). They allow 108 pts per game vs an expected value of 106.8. They are allowing 108.6 (107.6 expected) on the road, and at home 107.3 ppg (106 expected).
REBOUNDING (WEAKNESS): They are outrebounded by opponents by 1 per game (#21 in league).
TURNOVERS (STRENGTH): Their average turnover margin is 1.7 per game (#5 in league). Worst in their past 7 games with a turnover margin of -2.3.
TEAM STATS AND AGAINST THE SPREAD GAMELOG
Below is a recap of all 82 regular games. Anyone who backed the Celtics in all of their games would be down -158 units. Against the spread, they have lost -820 units risking 110 to win 100 (38-42 ATS). They are down against the spread at home and on the road.
|46||Baynes, Aron||C||6-10||260||12/09/1986||6||Washington State|
|50||Dozier, PJ||PG||6-6||205||10/25/1996||1||South Carolina|
|3||Gibson, Jonathan||PG||6-2||185||11/08/1987||2||New Mexico State|
|28||Hunter, R.J.||SG||6-5||185||10/24/1993||3||Georgia State|
|37||Ojeleye, Semi||PF||6-7||241||12/05/1994||1||Duke; Southern Methodist|
|36||Smart, Marcus||PG||6-4||220||03/06/1994||4||Oklahoma State|
|27||Theis, Daniel||PF||6-8||243||04/04/1992||1||No College|
|44||Williams, Robert||C||6-10||240||10/17/1997||0||Texas A&M|
|30||Yabusele, Guerschon||PF||6-8||260||12/17/1995||1||No College|