Pelicans on 3-game losing streak take on the Spurs

Spurs vs. Pelicans: A Battle of Struggles in the Western Conference”.

The San Antonio Spurs (18-58, 15th in the Western Conference) will face off against the New Orleans Pelicans (45-31, seventh in the Western Conference) on Friday at 8 p.m. EDT. The Pelicans enter this game on a three-game losing streak, while they are 9-6 against opponents in the Southwest Division. They rank eighth in the league in points allowed, giving up just 110.6 per game and holding opponents to 46.1% shooting.

On the other hand, the Spurs have been struggling within their division with a record of 1-13. San Antonio has had trouble winning close games, going 20-22 this season when it comes to games decided by fewer than ten points. When it comes to shooting, the Pelicans are at 48.6%, while the Spurs allow opponents to shoot at an average of 49%. The Spurs shoot slightly above their opponents’ average from the field, with a percentage of 46.2%.

This is their fourth meeting of the season, with the Pelicans winning their last game against San Antonio on February third by a score of 114-113 behind Zion Williamson’s impressive performance that saw him score an incredible 33 points on his own account. Jonas Valanciunas shot at an impressive rate of 56% for New Orleans and averaged an impressive total of twelve and half points per game during that time period while Williamson himself averaged over twenty-four points in his last ten games alone! Meanwhile, for San Antonio’s side, Victor Wembanyama averaged almost twenty one and half points per game as well as almost ten rebounds and four assists each match while Vassell also contributed greatly with over eighteen points per game and over eight percent shooting accuracy!

In terms of recent performance, both teams have been performing relatively well – New Orleans went five for six in their last ten games with an average score of one hundred nine and one tenth while San Antonio managed four out of six wins with an average score of one hundred eleven point two! However injuries may play a significant role in this matchup; Brandon Ingram and Jose Alvarado are currently unavailable for New Orleans while Jeremy Sochan, Devin Vassell, Keldon Johnson

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