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NBA : ATS Matchup
Sunday 3/17/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
SACRAMENTO
 
LA LAKERS
+8.5  

-8.5  
+300

-400

215.5
 
102
Final
113

SACRAMENTO (23 - 43) at LA LAKERS (35 - 32)
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Sunday, 3/17/2013 9:35 PM
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885SACRAMENTO211212
886LA LAKERS-9.5-8.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-43-11.829-3538-2599.448.644.5%49.2104.752.247.0%51.7
Road Games6-28-15.915-1917-1594.645.942.5%47.7105.154.247.5%54.9
Last 5 Games2-3-0.63-24-1110.253.648.2%50.4102.649.044.8%50.8
Division Games4-6-1.35-44-498.449.245.4%50.1103.849.845.8%50.1
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)99.448.637-8444.5%7-2036.7%18-2376.9%491221218144
vs opponents surrendering97.849.237-8245.1%7-2035.9%17-2275.1%501122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)94.645.936-8442.5%7-1935.0%16-2276.0%481220219144
Stats Against (All Games)104.752.239-8347.0%8-2135.9%19-2479.0%521225208146
vs opponents averaging98.149.337-8245.2%7-2035.8%17-2275.5%511122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)105.154.240-8447.5%7-2135.9%18-2377.9%551325198157

LA LAKERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games35-32-10.528-3935-31102.352.145.9%54.5101.152.145.3%51.2
Home Games22-11-1.115-1816-16102.853.446.9%55.997.850.244.3%50.8
Last 5 Games4-1+4.43-22-3101.047.243.1%57.296.648.242.4%56.2
Division Games5-5-1.84-67-3100.850.745.3%54.1101.151.145.5%50.3
LA LAKERS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)102.352.137-8145.9%9-2535.9%19-2868.9%541222187155
vs opponents surrendering98.149.337-8245.2%7-2036.1%17-2275.4%501122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)102.853.438-8246.9%9-2435.5%18-2765.8%561224187155
Stats Against (All Games)101.152.140-8745.3%7-2135.8%14-2072.8%511223239135
vs opponents averaging98.649.537-8245.4%7-2036.0%17-2275.7%501122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)97.850.239-8744.3%7-2133.0%14-1971.6%511124239125
Average power rating of opponents played: SACRAMENTO 95.8,  LA LAKERS 96.2
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
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
3/5/2013DENVER113-120L4.5L224.5O39-8545.9%531746-8554.1%4912
3/6/2013@ GOLDEN STATE83-87L10.5W224U33-8339.8%481427-7536.0%5717
3/8/2013PHOENIX121-112W-7.5W210O45-8254.9%461543-9047.8%4513
3/10/2013MILWAUKEE113-115L-1L216.5O44-9446.8%581040-8746.0%559
3/13/2013CHICAGO121-79W4W197.5O45-8354.2%47532-8338.6%4817
3/17/2013@ LA LAKERS              
3/19/2013LA CLIPPERS              
3/21/2013MINNESOTA              
3/23/2013@ DENVER              
3/24/2013PHILADELPHIA              
3/27/2013@ GOLDEN STATE              
3/28/2013@ PHOENIX              
3/30/2013LA LAKERS              

LA LAKERS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
2/5/2013@ BROOKLYN92-83W3.5W198.5U37-8245.1%521331-8934.8%5816
2/7/2013@ BOSTON95-116L1.5L194O36-8741.4%561246-8752.9%549
2/8/2013@ CHARLOTTE100-93W-6.5W206U36-8045.0%511338-8942.7%5510
2/10/2013@ MIAMI97-107L9L203.5O35-7050.0%371444-8055.0%4111
2/12/2013PHOENIX91-85W-9.5L202U36-8343.4%531935-8541.2%5519
2/14/2013LA CLIPPERS101-125L4L201O38-7550.7%431646-8951.7%5014
2/20/2013BOSTON113-99W-7W193.5O42-8350.6%571239-8247.6%4412
2/22/2013PORTLAND111-107W-9L203.5O40-8547.1%541646-9448.9%5314
2/24/2013@ DALLAS103-99W3W212U34-7247.2%531639-8744.8%4812
2/25/2013@ DENVER108-119L6.5L216O43-7855.1%491549-8855.7%539
2/28/2013MINNESOTA116-94W-10W206O44-8353.0%551437-8145.7%3912
3/3/2013ATLANTA99-98W-5.5L205.5U38-7848.7%482141-8250.0%4514
3/5/2013@ OKLAHOMA CITY105-122L9.5L214.5O31-7740.3%591646-9647.9%482
3/6/2013@ NEW ORLEANS108-102W-2W204O38-7848.7%421138-8843.2%5917
3/8/2013TORONTO118-116W-7.5L207O39-9142.9%591348-9351.6%5217
3/10/2013CHICAGO90-81W-5W193.5U39-8645.3%581333-8937.1%5313
3/12/2013@ ORLANDO106-97W-8.5W208.5U34-7346.6%611037-9339.8%5614
3/13/2013@ ATLANTA92-96L-3.5L204U36-9239.1%51837-7946.8%5812
3/15/2013@ INDIANA99-93W8.5W191O33-7842.3%571537-9937.4%6216
3/17/2013SACRAMENTO              
3/18/2013@ PHOENIX              
3/22/2013WASHINGTON              
3/25/2013@ GOLDEN STATE              
3/27/2013@ MINNESOTA              
3/28/2013@ MILWAUKEE              
3/30/2013@ SACRAMENTO              
4/2/2013DALLAS              
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.
LA LAKERS: GUARDS: Coach Mike Brown will reportedly turn the offensive gameplan over to STEVE NASH, but it's tough to picture a smooth transition after so many years of iso-heavy play in L.A. Don't be surprised if Nash has a tough adjustment . . . KOBE BRYANT will also have to learn to play with the ball out of his hands more often. He still figures to force some hold-and-wait basketball when he can . . . STEVE BLAKE will be in the old Derek Fisher role, coming off the bench to shoot corner threes . . . CHRIS DUHON and DARIUS MORRIS will battle for that No. 3 point guard spot . . . JODIE MEEKS will back up Bryant and provide some long-range shooting off the bench . . . The young guys, ANDREW GOUDELOCK and second-rounder DARIUS JOHNSON-ODOM, will bounce between the bench and the D-League. FORWARDS: If L.A. redesigns their offense to fit Nash, PAU GASOL should thrive. He's adjusted his game to fit with Kobe's iso play, but Gasol can make the passes and cuts to create quick buckets in a Euro-style offense . . . METTA WORLD PEACE looked done early last season but rebounded for a solid second half. He's a distant fifth option on offense, but can still defend . . . ANTAWN JAMISON will likely fill a sixth-man role. His skill set is too narrow to play a lot of minutes with the starters . . . JORDAN HILL is in the rotation. He did a nice job rebounding and clearing out space last year . . . DEVIN EBANKS figures to be bumped out of the rotation by Jamison. CENTERS: DWIGHT HOWARD's back remains a bit of a concern, and it wouldn't be a shock to see him sit out a handful of regular season games. But when he plays, he'll put up the same kind of monster production that he had in Orlando . . . ROBERT SACRE will be lucky to make the roster.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO BASKETBALL PREVIEW (SACRAMENTO-LA LAKERS) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Kings-Lakers Preview* ======================

By JEFF MEZYDLO STATS Senior Writer

Sacramento (23-43) at Los Angeles (35-32), 9:30 p.m. EDT

With or without Kobe Bryant, the Los Angeles Lakers are confident they can keep finding ways to win.

As their superstar deals with a severely sprained ankle, the Lakers look to build on an impressive road victory with a seventh straight home win Sunday night against the Sacramento Kings.

Though Bryant missed all four of his shots and finished without a point while playing only one quarter, Los Angeles (35-32) pulled out a 99-93 win at Central Division-leading Indiana on Friday. With Bryant shouting instructions and diagramming plays on the sideline, Dwight Howard had 20 points with 12 rebounds and completed a tiebreaking three-point play with 1:30 remaining.

"It was our best win of the season," said Metta World Peace, who had 19 points and seven boards. "It's been an up-and-down year, not to our fans' liking as far as the record is concerned. But I would say it's our best win of the season."

Los Angeles shot 42.3 percent overall, but 13 of 26 from 3-point range and held the Pacers to 37.4 percent shooting to win for the 18th time in 25 games.

The Lakers hold a slim lead over Utah for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference.

"I just think we're more comfortable, we are playing more together," point guard Steve Nash said. "I'm confident that we can repeat this performance, but we have to keep winning games."

The Lakers might have to do that without Bryant, who tried to play Friday after turning his ankle late in Wednesday's 96-92 loss at Atlanta - their lone defeat in six contests.

"It really just continued to swell and I couldn't put any weight on it, so I called it a night," he said. "I told them before the game, 'I don't know how much I have, but whatever I have, I'll give you.'"

With Bryant hobbled, the Lakers may look to Howard for more scoring. The center has averaged 21.5 points and 15.5 rebounds in the last six games.

Howard was held to seven points and nine boards in a 113-97 loss at Sacramento on Nov. 21, 10 days after he had 23 and 18 in a 103-90 home win over the Kings. Los Angeles has averaged 110.6 points and shot 49.2 percent while winning eight of nine against Sacramento at Staples Center.

The Kings (23-43) are a West-worst 6-28 away from home and have lost 11 of 12 on the road, but they're coming off their most lopsided win of the season, 121-79 at home over Chicago on Wednesday.

With DeMarcus Cousins sidelined by a left quad injury that's left him day to day, Tyreke Evans had 26 points and Isaiah Thomas added 22 as the Kings shot 54.2 percent, scored 27 fast-break points and committed a season-low five turnovers.

After averaging 118.3 points on 51.7 percent shooting during a 2-1 homestand, Sacramento hopes to carry that success to the road.

"(We have to) just stay consistent, talk on defense, make sure we don't (commit unnecessary) fouls, protect the paint - which we've been doing as of late - and make the extra pass," big man Jason Thompson told the Kings' official website. "(It's important) that we're not forcing things in the paint on offense and making it tough on the defense."

Evans averaged 23.7 points on 66.7 percent shooting during the homestand after putting up 9.8 per contest and making 37.5 percent in the previous four games.


Last Updated: 12/20/2014 6:15:38 PM EST


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