San Antonio
Spurs
Stadium AT&T Center
27-36 Overall | WESTERN 12th
TEAM STATSPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Southwest Division113.2114.9
Schedule
Regular season
Mon  3/2
vs
Indiana
L111-116
Tue  3/3
@
Charlotte
W104-103
Fri  3/6
@
Brooklyn
L120-139
Sun  3/8
@
Cleveland
L / OT129-132
Tue  3/10
vs
Dallas
W119-109
Fri  3/13
vs
Denver
POSTPONED
Sat  3/14
vs
Minnesota
POSTPONED
Mon  3/16
vs
Memphis
POSTPONED
Wed  3/18
@
New Orleans
POSTPONED
Fri  3/20
vs
Chicago
POSTPONED
Team Outlook and Scouting Report

SEASON FORECASTS AND FUTURES PICKS

There are 3 teams who have 2000/1 odds to win the championship. They have no chance to win the championship. They are not a good value to win the West either at 1000/1, 0.1%. They are projected to win 36 games and come in under their pre-season futures line of 45.5. Their playoff chances stand at 4.7% (0% to win the division). Their average wins per simulation puts them at #12 in the West.

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REGULAR SEASON RECAP AND UPCOMING GAMES

Based on money line odds their expected record at this point of the season is 30.1-32.9. At 27-36 they are short of expectations. If you bet on them to win every game you would be down quite a bit (473 units). They are not good against the spread (25-37-1) for a -1570 loss. Their over-under record is 39-24. Based on computer simulations they only have a 47% chance to beat the Nuggets in their next game. The table below shows their upcoming games, their simulation based win percentage and their recent head to head record (WL, ATS, OU).

TEAM STATISTICAL STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES

SHOOTING (STRENGTH): This is an above average shooting team with a true FG% of 56.8% (#11 in League). They average 111.7 pts per game vs an expected average (based on pre-game odds) of 110.8. On the road they average 110.5 (109.6 expected), and at home 112.8 ppg (112 expected).

DEFENSE (WEAKNESS): This is a below average defensive team allowing opponents to shoot 57.5 true FG% (#21 in League). They allow 110 pts per game vs an expected value of 109. They are allowing 114 (110.7 expected) on the road, and at home 106 ppg (107.4 expected).

REBOUNDING (WEAKNESS): They are outrebounded by opponents by 1.3 per game (#19 in league).

TURNOVERS (ABOVE AVERAGE): They have an Average turnover margin of 0.7 per game (#11 in league).

TEAM FANTASY LEADERS

The table below show the most valuable fantasy players on the team led by DeMar DeRozan who is projected to be the #8 Guard the rest of the season. The Better Option column shows the player directly above him and the Better Than column shows the player directly below him in the projected position rankings.

Roster
NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateEXPCOLLEGE
12 Aldridge, LaMarcus PF6-1125007/19/198513Texas
18 Belinelli, Marco SG6-522003/25/198612No College
10 DeRozan, DeMar SG6-622008/07/198910USC
14 Eubanks, Drew PF6-102450Oregon State
11 Forbes, Bryn SG6-220507/23/19933Cleveland State; Michigan State
22 Gay, Rudy SF6-825008/17/198613Connecticut
3 Johnson, Keldon SF6-522010/11/19990Kentucky
41 Lyles, Trey C6-923411/05/19954Kentucky
7 Metu, Chimezie PF6-922503/22/19971USC
8 Mills, Patty PG6-118008/11/198810St. Mary's (CA)
5 Murray, Dejounte PG6-418009/19/19962Washington
25 Poeltl, Jakob C7-124510/15/19953Utah
19 Samanic, Luka PF6-1022701/09/20000No College
1 Walker IV, Lonnie SG6-520412/14/19981Miami (Fla.)
15 Weatherspoon, Quinndary SG6-320509/10/19960Mississippi State
4 White, Derrick PG6-419007/02/19942Colorado-Colorado Springs; Col