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NBA : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 3/5/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
DENVER
 
SACRAMENTO
-4.5  

+4.5  
-200

+170

224.5
 
120
Final
113

DENVER (39 - 22) at SACRAMENTO (21 - 40)
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Tuesday, 3/5/2013 10:05 PM
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505DENVER-4.5-5
506SACRAMENTO221.5223
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games39-22+536-2536-24105.552.747.5%54.8101.651.844.5%51.6
Road Games13-19-8.416-1621-11102.651.946.9%54.5104.053.444.4%52.4
Last 5 Games5-0+54-13-2110.459.851.7%52.6101.451.045.6%50.2
DENVER Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)105.552.741-8547.5%6-1933.9%18-2669.0%551324219157
vs opponents surrendering98.249.237-8245.1%7-2035.7%17-2275.2%501122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)102.651.940-8546.9%6-1932.4%17-2568.4%551323218166
Stats Against (All Games)101.651.838-8544.5%8-2336.8%17-2373.5%521223228157
vs opponents averaging98.449.437-8245.2%7-2036.0%17-2375.6%511122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)104.053.438-8744.4%9-2338.6%18-2475.1%521324219146

SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-40-11.226-3334-2498.548.244.1%49.1104.952.547.2%51.8
Home Games15-13+3.712-1417-10102.750.946.0%50.7104.150.046.4%48.2
Last 5 Games2-3+13-24-1114.054.048.3%49.2113.050.250.0%47.2
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)98.548.237-8444.1%7-1936.5%18-2376.5%491220218144
vs opponents surrendering97.84937-8245.1%7-2035.8%17-2275.1%501122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)102.750.938-8346.0%7-1938.3%19-2577.0%511221228144
Stats Against (All Games)104.952.539-8347.2%8-2236.3%19-2479.2%521225208146
vs opponents averaging98.149.237-8245.2%7-2035.8%17-2275.5%511122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)104.150.038-8146.4%8-2336.6%20-2581.1%481124217146
Average power rating of opponents played: DENVER 95.2,  SACRAMENTO 95.7
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/26/2013SACRAMENTO121-93W-12.5W214P47-8952.8%551537-8842.0%5219
1/28/2013INDIANA102-101W-5.5L193.5O37-7847.4%521439-8545.9%4918
1/30/2013HOUSTON118-110W-4W216.5O42-8251.2%512039-8148.1%5221
2/1/2013NEW ORLEANS113-98W-7.5W205O44-8452.4%38838-7252.8%4321
2/5/2013MILWAUKEE112-104W-7W213O40-9144.0%641748-10048.0%5516
2/7/2013CHICAGO128-96W-6W196.5O50-8658.1%531038-9141.8%4414
2/9/2013@ CLEVELAND111-103W-5.5W216U40-8050.0%552037-8444.0%4715
2/10/2013@ BOSTON114-118L2L206.5O48-11342.5%762143-10839.8%6616
2/12/2013@ TORONTO108-109L1.5W206.5O44-8551.8%501839-8347.0%4317
2/13/2013@ BROOKLYN108-119L3L196O42-7953.2%421441-7554.7%4813
2/19/2013BOSTON97-90W-9L204U33-7742.9%54735-7944.3%4912
2/22/2013@ WASHINGTON113-119L-3L203.5O39-8148.1%451142-8847.7%5818
2/23/2013@ CHARLOTTE113-99W-10W208.5O44-8353.0%451737-8245.1%5018
2/25/2013LA LAKERS119-108W-6.5W216O49-8855.7%53943-7855.1%4915
2/27/2013@ PORTLAND111-109W-2.5L212O45-8751.7%571538-8544.7%4919
3/1/2013OKLAHOMA CITY105-103W2W219U43-9545.3%541436-8343.4%6019
3/4/2013ATLANTA104-88W-9.5W212.5U46-8653.5%541736-8940.4%4315
3/5/2013@ SACRAMENTO              
3/7/2013LA CLIPPERS              
3/9/2013MINNESOTA              
3/11/2013@ PHOENIX              
3/13/2013NEW YORK              
3/15/2013MEMPHIS              
3/18/2013@ CHICAGO              
3/19/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
3/21/2013PHILADELPHIA              

SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
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@ PHILADELPHIA80-89L6L199U30-7938.0%401336-7647.4%6018
2/2/2013@ NEW YORK81-120L10.5L204U32-7642.1%351847-8654.7%5817
2/4/2013@ UTAH91-98L8.5W198.5U35-8740.2%461338-7252.8%5020
2/9/2013UTAH120-109W-1.5W197O44-8551.8%531640-8248.8%4218
2/10/2013HOUSTON117-111W6.5W218.5O40-8746.0%471344-8949.4%5015
2/12/2013@ MEMPHIS101-108L11W189.5O40-8646.5%461441-7554.7%4519
2/13/2013@ DALLAS100-123L10L212O33-8041.2%501843-9246.7%5412
2/19/2013SAN ANTONIO102-108L9W210.5U34-9037.8%511035-7546.7%5617
2/22/2013@ ATLANTA108-122L8L205O38-8843.2%551549-9253.3%506
2/24/2013@ NEW ORLEANS95-110L7L204.5O35-8342.2%431345-8950.6%509
2/26/2013@ MIAMI129-141L15W209.5O48-9351.6%461956-10155.4%5612
2/27/2013@ ORLANDO125-101W2W206O46-8454.8%511337-8344.6%4318
3/1/2013@ SAN ANTONIO102-130L14L215O39-8545.9%341951-8460.7%5119
3/3/2013CHARLOTTE119-83W-7.5W209U42-9046.7%721828-7736.4%3613
3/5/2013DENVER              
3/6/2013@ GOLDEN STATE              
3/8/2013PHOENIX              
3/10/2013MILWAUKEE              
3/13/2013CHICAGO              
3/17/2013@ LA LAKERS              
3/19/2013LA CLIPPERS              
3/21/2013MINNESOTA              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
DENVER: GUARDS: TY LAWSON has emerged as the closest thing to a No. 1 option on this team, and despite his size, he's proven capable of playing full-time minutes. He'll continue to post big numbers in an up-tempo system that suits him perfectly . . . ANDRE MILLER will both back up Lawson and share the court with him at times (though Andre Iguodala figures to play a lot of two this season). The steady veteran is one of the league's most underrated sixth men . . . It's a bit surprising that EVAN FOURNIER is making the jump to the NBA this year. His size and skill combo will be nice on the wing one day, but he's unlikely to contribute this year . . . JULYAN STONE will be out until January after offseason hip surgery, but he should be Lawson's main backup upon his return. FORWARDS: DANILO GALLINARI is their most complete offensive player. If healthy, he's capable of being a 20-PPG scorer . . . ANDRE IGUODALA should enjoy the much faster pace Denver plays at. He'll see full-time minutes between both wing spots . . . KENNETH FARIED isn't a skilled big, but he's a high-energy guy who can get his own points off offensive rebounds . . . WILSON CHANDLER could end up leading their second unit in minutes and points . . . COREY BREWER is a front office favorite. He'll stay in the rotation as a defensive presence/glue guy . . . JORDAN HAMILTON could break into the rotation. He's one-dimensional, but has the offensive skills . . . Denver will try to solve the ANTHONY RANDOLPH riddle. Don't expect it to happen this year. CENTERS: Denver is all-in on internet punchline JaVALE McGEE. They'll give the athletic 7-footer every chance to become the star they think he can be. Whether the flaky McGee can capitalize is questionable . . . TIMOFEY MOZGOV is one of the NBA's best screeners, but his touches will be limited . . . KOSTA KOUFOS has quietly developed into a usable rotation player, but he might be squeezed out of minutes.
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.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO BASKETBALL PREVIEW (DENVER-SACRAMENTO) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Nuggets-Kings Preview* =======================

By TAYLOR BECHTOLD STATS Writer

Denver (39-22) at Sacramento (21-40), 10:00 p.m. EDT

As good as the Denver Nuggets have been on their home floor, they haven't been able to string wins together on the road often.

The Nuggets, however, have to be feeling confident as they try for their first three-game road winning streak on Tuesday night against a Sacramento Kings team they've dominated this season.

Denver (39-22) has had little trouble piling up wins at home and claimed its 11th straight victory at the Pepsi Center by beating Atlanta 104-88 on Monday. Corey Brewer finished with 22 points and Ty Lawson had 18 as the Nuggets matched Miami's NBA-best 26-3 home record.

They've also won six of seven overall to trail fourth-place Memphis by 1 1/2 games in the Western Conference playoff picture.

"It's the energy, the altitude, but we're also jelling as a team," Brewer said. "We're starting to play together and we know each other a little bit."

While Denver hasn't had the same success on the road, they are making small strides. The Nuggets, who are just 13-19 away from home, lost four in a row before ending the road slide with a 113-99 win at Charlotte on Feb. 23 and a 111-109 victory at Portland on Wednesday.

Now they appear poised to capture their third straight road victory for the first time since wrapping up last season with a four-game win streak. Denver has seven straight victories in this series - three coming in Sacramento - while the Kings are trying to win consecutive games for the first time in almost a month.

The Nuggets have won the first two meetings this season in lopsided fashion. JaVale McGee had 19 points and Danilo Gallinari added 18 in a 122-97 win at Sacramento on Dec. 16, and Lawson and Andre Iguodala combined for 46 in a 121-93 rout in Denver on Jan. 26.

Gallinari, however, has totaled just 14 points in his last two games while playing through a nagging thigh injury.

The Nuggets, whose plus-3.5 rebound differential ranks third in the league, have outrebounded the Kings 103-82 in the two wins. Sacramento, meanwhile, is 27th in that category, getting outrebounded by 3.3 per contest.

While Denver has averaged 121.0 points on 51.8 percent shooting in the last four meetings, the Kings may be one of the few teams that can keep up with the Nuggets thanks to their recent scoring surge.

Sacramento (21-40) poured in a season-high 43 points in the third quarter en route to a 119-83 victory over Charlotte on Sunday. John Salmons had 22 points and Jason Thompson added 18 and 14 rebounds to lead the Kings, who have reached 100 points in 10 of 11 contests.

Following a season-worst six-game losing streak, Sacramento has won two of three overall and is 11-7 at home since Dec. 5.

"It's good to be home and not eating room-service food," Thompson said. "We play differently at home than we do on the road."

Marcus Thornton, who also had 18 against the Bobcats, is playing his best basketball heading into this contest. He's averaging 24.8 points on 58.2 percent shooting - including 14 of 29 from 3-point range - in his last four games.

The Kings have averaged 110.7 points and hit 104-of-240 (43.3 percent) from 3-point range over their last 11 games.


Last Updated: 10/30/2014 10:00:04 AM EST


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