Cavaliers vs Knicks

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Event Name NBA season 2019–20
Game Date November 18
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Coming into town to face an injury-depleted team on the second night of a back-to-back set, the Warriors appeared to be in reasonably good position win their third game of the season.Instead, they took their 12th defeat – and seventh in a row.The Warriors, nearly as diminished by injuries, took a tip-to-buzzer 108-100 loss to the Pelicans on Sunday night at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans.

Four players scored in double figures, led by Eric Paschall’s game-high 30 points, but the Warriors (2-12) were outrebounded and outshot, particularly from the 3-point line by the Pelicans (3-10).

Here are three takeaways from a defeat that saddled the Warriors with their longest losing streak since they dropped eight straight in April 2012:

Defense rests, is burned by triples
The Warriors displayed signs of coming out of their defensive malaise in taking the Celtics down to the wire two nights ago. Outrebounding Boston allowed them to better set up their defense, and the results were encouraging.

That level of defensive aggression and execution didn’t make the trip to New Orleans.

The Warriors were particularly vulnerable defending the 3-point arc.

The Pelicans, who entered as the fifth-best 3-point shooting team the league, took advantage, launching at will. They drained nine triples in the first half, as JJ Redick, one of the more proficient deep shooters in NBA history and undoubtedly on the scouting report, repeatedly got open looks and buried five 3-balls before halftime. He scored a team-high 26 points.

That New Orleans shot 39.1 percent (18-of-46) from deep is clear evidence that any defensive progress displayed by the Warriors two days earlier against a quality opponent went into deep regression against an inferior team.

More points for Paschall
With D’Angelo Russell out of the lineup, the Warriors have an urgent need for scoring. Enter Eric Paschall.

On a night when offense was hard to come by, Paschall kept the Warriors in the game early, with 24 points through the first three quarters, when no other Warrior had more than 11.

Operating both inside and outside, Paschall’s 30 points came on 10-of-17 shooting, including 2-of-4 from beyond the arc. He also was 8-of-10 from the free throw line. Playing 35 minutes, he also grabbed seven rebounds.

Paschall now has two games with at least 30 points, four with at least 20 and nine in which he scored in double figures.

The powerfully built rookie is, at this point, the team’s most effective scorer. In effect, he has become the Warriors’ go-to guy.

[RELATED: Draymond, Bowman to take over while Russell is out]

Waiting for Jordan
The Warriors drafted Jordan Poole in the first round June believing he had the goods to become their next great deep shooter. His work in the preseason did little to argue against that.

But it’s not happening in the regular season, and this night was the latest in an ever-extending line of futile performances.

Coming off the bench for the second consecutive game, Poole was scoreless over 23 minutes, with 0-of-7 shooting from the field, including 0-of-3 from beyond the arc.

If ever there was a game when his scoring touch was desperately needed – and surely would have made a difference – this was it.

The L.A. Lakers’ homestand continues as they prepare to take on the Atlanta Hawks at 9:30 p.m. ET on Sunday at Staples Center. The L.A. Lakers are currently enjoying a three-game winning streak and are looking to extend their dominance.

The L.A. Lakers escaped with a win last week against the Sacramento Kings by the margin of a single basket last week, 99-97. L.A. Lakers SF LeBron James looked sharp as he dropped a double-double on 29 points and 11 dimes.

Meanwhile, the night started off rough for Atlanta on Saturday, and it ended that way, too. They were dealt a punishing 150-101 loss at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers. One thing holding Atlanta back was the mediocre play of SF De’Andre Hunter, who did not have his best game; he played for 25 minutes with.

The Lakers are the favorite in this one, with an expected 13.5-point margin of victory. If their 8-4 record against the spread is anything to go by, the prospects look good for bets placed on them.

It was close but no cigar for the L.A. Lakers as they fell 117-113 to Atlanta when the two teams last met in February. Maybe the Lakers will have more luck at home instead of on the road? Watch the matchup and check back on CBS Sports for all the details.

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