Two games are in the books and the San Antonio Spurs and Dallas Mavericks are tied 1-1 in their first round playoffs series.
The series is shifting to Dallas for Game 3 with the Mavs stealing home court advantage and the Spurs trying to pick up the pieces after getting blown out by Dallas in Game 2 thanks in large part to the Spurs’ 24 turnovers.
So what do the Spurs’ numbers look like after two games?
Here are a few notable stats that stand out heading into Game 3:
- The Spurs field goal percentage has dropped from 48% in the regular season to 46% in the postseason.
- The Spurs averaged 105 points per game in the regular season and has dipped to 91 points per game in the postseason.
- Marco Belinelli has gone 3-11 from the field, 1-3 from the 3-point line, and has scored only 7 total points in 41 minutes of action.
- Danny Green has gone 2-7 from the field, 2-6 from the 3-point line, and has scored only 6 total points in 46 minutes of play.
- Manu Ginobili leads the team with 10 total turnovers through two games but is 8-12 (66%) from the 3-point line after two
- Patty Mills has gone 2-11 from the field, 1-7 from the 3-point line, handed out 0 assists and has scored 7 total points.
- In Game 2, Tiago Splitter guarded Dirk Nowitzki for 7:36 minutes and held No. 41 to 1-10 shooting and 2 points.
- Boris Diaw has gone 4-10 from the field, 0-1 from the 3-point line, grabbed 2 total rebounds, and scored 8 total points through two games.
- Kawhi Leonard is shooting 31% from the field but is the second leading rebounder for the Spurs (Splitter with 16) with 15 total boards.