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NBA : ATS Matchup
Friday 2/1/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
SACRAMENTO
 
PHILADELPHIA
+6  

-6  
+200

-250

199
 
80
Final
89

SACRAMENTO (17 - 30) at PHILADELPHIA (19 - 26)
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Friday, 2/1/2013 7:35 PM
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813SACRAMENTO196.5199
814PHILADELPHIA-6-6
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-30-8.318-2725-1996.647.543.9%49.4103.152.446.2%52.3
Road Games5-18-910-1310-1192.244.541.7%49.0101.954.745.9%56.1
Last 5 Games1-4-2.31-40-392.249.643.0%50.8105.058.850.1%48.8
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)96.647.536-8343.9%7-1935.7%17-2375.3%491220218145
vs opponents surrendering97.448.837-8244.9%7-2035.6%17-2275.0%511122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)92.244.535-8441.7%6-1933.9%16-2174.6%491219218145
Stats Against (All Games)103.152.438-8246.2%8-2135.9%19-2578.7%521324207146
vs opponents averaging97.54937-8244.8%7-2035.3%17-2375.4%511222208145
Stats Against (Road Games)101.954.738-8345.9%7-2033.5%19-2476.6%561423197147

PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-26-6.620-2525-2093.446.344.5%48.896.848.945.4%51.7
Home Games13-11-2.612-1217-795.747.545.3%48.897.149.944.7%52.0
Last 5 Games2-3-0.63-22-395.247.446.8%47.893.448.244.5%51.6
PHILADELPHIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)93.446.337-8444.5%6-1836.0%12-1771.8%491122197125
vs opponents surrendering97.648.837-8245.0%7-2035.6%17-2275.1%511122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)95.747.538-8545.3%7-1836.8%12-1770.3%491123197125
Stats Against (All Games)96.848.936-8045.4%7-1935.7%17-2276.7%521122177145
vs opponents averaging97.849.337-8244.8%7-2035.7%17-2275.9%511122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)97.149.936-8144.7%7-2134.0%17-2280.2%521123187154
Average power rating of opponents played: SACRAMENTO 95.2,  PHILADELPHIA 95.5
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
12/23/2012PORTLAND108-96W0W195O45-8155.6%421437-8543.5%4617
12/26/2012@ PORTLAND91-109L7.5L198.5O35-8640.7%401044-8750.6%6317
12/28/2012NEW YORK106-105W3W198.5O39-8645.3%451141-8349.4%5617
12/30/2012BOSTON118-96W3W193.5O44-8253.7%521336-8641.9%4312
1/1/2013@ DETROIT97-103L7W195.5O36-8641.9%441339-7552.0%5217
1/2/2013@ CLEVELAND97-94W3.5W200U38-8843.2%511034-8739.1%6013
1/4/2013@ TORONTO105-96W7W196O40-7652.6%521730-7938.0%5415
1/5/2013@ BROOKLYN93-113L7L195.5O36-9040.0%51944-8551.8%5512
1/7/2013MEMPHIS81-113L4L188.5O28-7636.8%441439-8048.7%518
1/10/2013DALLAS112-117L-2.5L205O40-8149.4%482041-9642.7%6012
1/12/2013MIAMI99-128L7.5L203.5O38-8743.7%511745-8056.2%4110
1/14/2013CLEVELAND124-118W-6T205O43-8451.2%541144-9247.8%4710
1/16/2013WASHINGTON95-94W-5L207U41-8548.2%511839-8645.3%4817
1/18/2013@ MEMPHIS69-85L9.5L190.5U29-8534.1%551534-7843.6%5716
1/19/2013@ CHARLOTTE97-93W-2.5W204U37-8145.7%461131-7243.1%5413
1/21/2013@ NEW ORLEANS105-114L5.5L194O38-8146.9%421043-8948.3%5815
1/23/2013PHOENIX96-106L-3L202P38-7948.1%622443-9047.8%3711
1/25/2013OKLAHOMA CITY95-105L9.5L210U36-8641.9%451837-7648.7%5520
1/26/2013@ DENVER93-121L12.5L214P37-8842.0%521947-8952.8%5515
1/28/2013@ WASHINGTON96-94W7W204U36-8243.9%471037-7748.1%5320
1/30/2013@ BOSTON81-99L7L194U29-7439.2%481839-7353.4%4416
2/1/2013@ PHILADELPHIA              
2/2/2013@ NEW YORK              
2/4/2013@ UTAH              
2/9/2013UTAH              
2/10/2013HOUSTON              
2/12/2013@ MEMPHIS              
2/13/2013@ DALLAS              

PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
12/23/2012@ BROOKLYN92-95L6W187.5U38-8843.2%55933-7444.6%479
12/26/2012@ MEMPHIS99-89W8W182O37-7152.1%491635-9038.9%5013
12/28/2012@ GOLDEN STATE89-96L6L200U35-8740.2%55934-8042.5%5718
12/29/2012@ PORTLAND85-89L3L191U36-8542.4%511334-7644.7%4511
1/1/2013@ LA LAKERS103-99W9W200O41-8647.7%601037-9439.4%607
1/2/2013@ PHOENIX89-95L4.5L195U37-8444.0%501639-8545.9%5113
1/4/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY85-109L11L196.5U34-8440.5%422039-7552.0%5218
1/5/2013@ SAN ANTONIO86-109L13.5L198U35-8441.7%501441-8548.2%5415
1/8/2013BROOKLYN89-109L-1.5L187O38-7948.1%351340-8348.2%5615
1/9/2013@ TORONTO72-90L5L189.5U29-7439.2%441339-8048.7%5111
1/12/2013HOUSTON107-100W-1W204O43-8749.4%491137-8444.0%5016
1/15/2013NEW ORLEANS99-111L-3L184O39-8247.6%361344-8353.0%5414
1/18/2013TORONTO108-101W-4.5W190O47-9151.6%481140-8845.5%5118
1/21/2013SAN ANTONIO85-90L6W195U37-8444.0%491634-8142.0%5614
1/22/2013@ MILWAUKEE102-110L6.5L195.5O42-9544.2%561641-7951.9%5012
1/26/2013NEW YORK97-80W4W192U38-7550.7%441128-8134.6%5616
1/28/2013MEMPHIS100-103L0L177.5O45-8354.2%34940-7354.8%4417
1/30/2013WASHINGTON92-84W-3.5W189.5U40-9542.1%56930-7540.0%5218
2/1/2013SACRAMENTO              
2/4/2013ORLANDO              
2/6/2013INDIANA              
2/9/2013CHARLOTTE              
2/11/2013LA CLIPPERS              
2/13/2013@ MILWAUKEE              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
SACRAMENTO: GUARDS: MARCUS THORNTON is the only one guaranteed a consistent role on the perimeter . . . ISAIAH THOMAS was the story of the second half for the Kings. He can fill up the box score, but at 5-foot-9 (at best) he's too much of a defensive liability and not a point guard . . . AARON BROOKS is the most talented guard on this team. He's had attitude problems in the past, but he could, and should, lead this team . . . Now that he remained in Sacto, TYREKE EVANS will be playing off the ball at the three against his wishes . . . The Kings will keep on trying to unload JOHN SALMONS, who's not a useful NBA player . . . JIMMER FREDETTE should have a role off the bench, but his ball-handling is not where it has to be for an NBA point guard . . . FRANCISCO GARCIA's chance seems to have passed him by. FORWARDS: THOMAS ROBINSON should emerge as a starter early in his rookie year. He has his flaws on both ends of the floor, but he brings energy and doesn't need a lot of touches to get his points . . . Even if Robinson knocks him to the bench, JASON THOMPSON should play the five at times and see close to starter's minutes . . . JAMES JOHNSON should also play big minutes soon considering his ability to make positive contributions without a lot of touches . . . CHUCK HAYES should continue to play second-unit minutes as a glue guy . . . TRAVIS OUTLAW has regressed to the point that he's lucky to have a roster spot . . . TYLER HONEYCUTT has an intriguing skill set as a defensive-minded point forward, but he's likely ticketed for the D-League again. CENTERS: DeMARCUS COUSINS came on strong late last season. There's no doubt he has All-Star potential, but between his awful shot selection and occasional attitude problems, he just hasn't lived up to his potential. After Team USA passed on him this summer because of reported maturity problems, he might still not get it.
PHILADELPHIA: GUARDS: JRUE HOLIDAY is knocking on the door of All-Star status. He's excellent defensively, though his stats sometimes sag because of Philly's deliberate style . . . JASON RICHARDSON gives them some shooting on the wing, but may see his minutes fade if he can't play the kind of defense Collins demands . . . Swingman EVAN TURNER is an intriguing but flawed player. He doesn't quite have the offensive repertoire to be a primary scorer, and he'll continue to get inconsistent minutes as Collins plays to matchups on the wings . . . NICK YOUNG will have something of a lesser sixth-man role than Lou Williams used to have . . . As an offensively-limited but athletic, defensive-minded guard, ROYAL IVEY is the kind of bench player Collins looks for. FORWARDS: Even with Elton Brand gone, THADDEUS YOUNG will play more of a part-time role. Collins has never seemed satisfied with his talented young 'tweener, and Spencer Hawes is expected to slide to the four alongside Andrew Bynum . . . DORELL WRIGHT brings some much needed shooting on the wing. He plays the kind of defense Collins demands and, if his shot is on, he should be close to a 30-MPG player despite his struggles in Golden State last season . . . LAVOY ALLEN is a serviceable reserve big. He'll see few minutes off the bench unless Bynum gets hurt . . . ARNETT MOULTRIE fits the Sixers mold as an athlete. He could be a regular in the rotation by midseason. CENTERS: Maybe ANDREW BYNUM will be happier moving back to the east coast. As long as his knees hold up, he's an All-Star lock . . . SPENCER HAWES will actually play a lot of four this year. He's an offensively-capable 7-footer who's also become a much better rebounder over the past couple seasons . . . KWAME BROWN will be sparingly used as a big body who can move on the defensive end.
PREVIEW
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*Kings-76ers Preview* =====================

By JEFF BARTL STATS Writer

Sacramento (17-30) at Philadelphia (19-26), 7:30 p.m. EDT

Philadelphia 76ers coach Doug Collins has done his best patching together lineups with the team generally struggling without a couple key players.

As a result, players like Nick Young are beginning to embrace their roles.

Philadelphia reaches the halfway point of an eight-game homestand Friday night as it seeks an eighth victory in nine meetings with the Sacramento Kings.

Andrew Bynum has yet to play for the 76ers (19-26) due to a right knee injury after being acquired in the Dwight Howard trade, and Jason Richardson is likely to miss a sixth straight game Friday because of a left knee problem.

Collins has started Young the last three games in place of Richardson and has given him increased minutes in the past six. Young is averaging 17.8 points over the last four, including 18 in Wednesday's 92-84 win over Washington as Philadelphia improved to 2-1 on its homestand.

Dorell Wright had seven points and seven rebounds in 16 minutes after not playing the previous two games.

"It's been a challenge, to say the least, to try to get the pieces to fit," said Collins, who has started 11 different players. "I thank them for their professionalism. It's very easy for guys who have been in the league a long time like that to just pack it in, and neither one of them did that."

Young was benched for a win over Houston on Jan. 12, providing him with the motivation to contribute in any way he's asked.

"That DNP, it hurt," Young said. "Sitting on the sideline, I don't want to get back to that. I'm starting to buy into what the coaches are talking about."

Collins has noticed the difference.

"He has really listened as we've tried to teach," Collins said. "He has talent. I knew if he focused, he could be a terrific player. He's earned the respect of his teammates and coaches."

The Sixers haven't won back-to-back games since a season high-tying three-game winning streak Nov. 25-30. They'll try to do so against a Sacramento team they've beaten by an average of 18.4 points over their last seven victories in the series.

The Kings' only win in the past eight meetings came in overtime.

They enter this one having dropped five of six, with the defeats coming by an average of 14.8 points. They're allowing an average of 106.5 points in that span and rank near the bottom of the league at 103.1 per game for the season.

Sacramento (17-30) is 1-2 on a six-game road trip after falling 99-81 at Boston on Wednesday. Tyreke Evans had 19 points and 11 rebounds but also committed four of the Kings' 19 turnovers, about their average (18.6) in the last five games.

"We were lackadaisical," said rookie Thomas Robinson, who scored 11 points off the bench.

Philadelphia has been outrebounded in six of its last seven games, though it seemingly has a good opportunity to win that battle against a Sacramento team that ranks among the league's worst with a minus-3.5 rebound differential per game.

"We're as good as our big men play," Collins said. "When they play well, we can play with most every team. People are going to try and attack us in the paint because without Andrew Bynum we're a small team."

Kings center DeMarcus Cousins, though, has averaged 10.5 points and 5.0 rebounds over the last four games. He has no double-doubles in that span after a stretch in which he posted six straight, averaging 21.7 points and 13.3 boards.


Last Updated: 11/27/2014 12:24:41 AM EST


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