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NBA : ATS Matchup
Sunday 3/24/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
PHILADELPHIA
 
SACRAMENTO
+3.5  

-3.5  
+145

-165

206.5
 
117
Final
103

PHILADELPHIA (26 - 42) at SACRAMENTO (25 - 45)
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Sunday, 3/24/2013 9:05 PM
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713PHILADELPHIA205204
714SACRAMENTO-2-3
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-42-1632-3534-3392.445.944.4%49.196.448.845.3%51.2
Road Games6-25-13.113-1810-2090.244.943.5%48.797.048.746.2%51.4
Last 5 Games2-3+0.83-12-393.045.047.7%46.698.249.445.5%48.8
PHILADELPHIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)92.445.937-8444.4%6-1735.9%12-1771.8%491123197135
vs opponents surrendering97.64937-8245.1%7-2035.7%17-2275.1%501122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)90.244.936-8343.5%6-1735.3%12-1773.4%491021198135
Stats Against (All Games)96.448.836-8045.3%7-1935.5%17-2276.4%511123167145
vs opponents averaging97.949.337-8245.2%7-2035.8%17-2275.5%501122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)97.048.737-7946.2%7-1837.2%17-2373.4%511022168146

SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games25-45-9.831-3739-2899.648.844.7%48.9104.652.346.9%51.9
Home Games19-15+8.115-1722-11104.851.746.8%50.3104.150.446.2%48.5
Last 5 Games3-2+3.63-22-3107.054.049.2%44.898.450.644.7%53.6
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)99.648.837-8444.7%7-2036.6%18-2376.9%491121218144
vs opponents surrendering97.949.137-8245.1%7-2035.8%17-2275.1%501122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)104.851.739-8346.8%8-2038.7%19-2578.0%501121228144
Stats Against (All Games)104.652.339-8346.9%8-2135.6%19-2478.7%521225207146
vs opponents averaging98.249.437-8245.3%7-2035.7%17-2275.2%511122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)104.150.438-8246.2%8-2235.1%20-2580.1%491125217146
Average power rating of opponents played: PHILADELPHIA 95.8,  SACRAMENTO 95.9
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
2/13/2013@ MILWAUKEE92-94L6W193.5U34-7644.7%511437-8842.0%5113
2/20/2013@ MINNESOTA87-94L3.5L186U31-8138.3%521028-7040.0%6215
2/23/2013MIAMI90-114L8.5L185O35-7844.9%381245-7758.4%416
2/24/2013@ NEW YORK93-99L11W189.5O36-8542.4%491232-7542.7%5412
2/26/2013ORLANDO84-98L-8.5L185.5U32-8139.5%461141-7653.9%4813
2/28/2013@ CHICAGO82-93L7L178U33-8538.8%581232-8338.6%6111
3/2/2013GOLDEN STATE104-97W2W197.5O44-8551.8%552336-8641.9%4519
3/3/2013@ WASHINGTON87-90L6W185U33-8538.8%51934-8042.5%5716
3/5/2013BOSTON101-109L2.5L183O41-10041.0%521442-8350.6%5422
3/6/2013@ ATLANTA96-107L9L190O37-8643.0%551443-8053.7%4314
3/8/2013@ MIAMI93-102L13W195P37-7748.1%401542-7953.2%4215
3/10/2013@ ORLANDO91-99L-1L193U40-8646.5%431241-8349.4%5116
3/11/2013BROOKLYN106-97W6.5W184.5O40-7652.6%43640-8149.4%4811
3/13/2013MIAMI94-98L8W193U40-8547.1%471235-7546.7%4713
3/16/2013INDIANA98-91W5.5W183O39-7949.4%501234-8838.6%5313
3/18/2013PORTLAND101-100W-1T194.5O43-8650.0%491338-9042.2%5113
3/20/2013@ LA CLIPPERS72-101L11L194U29-7936.7%441941-7852.6%5114
3/21/2013@ DENVER100-101L15W203.5U43-7855.1%432237-7648.7%4219
3/24/2013@ SACRAMENTO              
3/25/2013@ UTAH              
3/27/2013MILWAUKEE              
3/29/2013@ CLEVELAND              
3/30/2013CHARLOTTE              
4/3/2013@ CHARLOTTE              
4/5/2013@ ATLANTA              
4/6/2013@ MIAMI              
4/9/2013@ BROOKLYN              

SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
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 LAKERS102-113L8.5L215.5U42-9643.7%43541-7256.9%5213
3/19/2013LA CLIPPERS116-101W8.5W212.5O37-7350.7%451536-8045.0%4717
3/21/2013MINNESOTA101-98W-6L211.5U40-7553.3%431641-9841.8%5512
3/23/2013@ DENVER95-101L11.5W221U39-8645.3%461437-8543.5%6615
3/24/2013PHILADELPHIA              
3/27/2013@ GOLDEN STATE              
3/28/2013@ PHOENIX              
3/30/2013LA LAKERS              
4/3/2013HOUSTON              
4/5/2013DALLAS              
4/7/2013MEMPHIS              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
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.
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 (PHILADELPHIA-SACRAMENTO) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*76ers-Kings Preview* =====================

By JORDAN GARRETSON STATS Writer

Philadelphia (26-42) at Sacramento (25-45), 9:00 p.m. EDT

Neither the Philadelphia 76ers nor the Sacramento Kings will factor into the playoffs this season, as Philadelphia will not qualify for only the second time since 2008 while Sacramento will miss out for the seventh straight season.

But lately, things have looked better for the Kings, while the Sixers keep inching dangerously closer to an all-time franchise mark for road futility.

Sacramento will try for its fifth victory in six games at home on Sunday night against Philadelphia.

The Sixers (26-42) have lost two in a row and are the NBA's lowest scoring team at 92.4 points per game, but their struggles have been magnified away from home, where they've lost 15 straight and are 6-25 on the season, averaging 90.2 points per game. They haven't won on the road since a 103-99 victory against the Lakers on New Year's Day.

It's Philadelphia's longest road losing streak since the club dropped 20 in a row from Dec. 28, 1987-March 4, 1988. Perhaps a game against the Kings can help, as the Sixers have won eight of nine meetings, including four in a row in Sacramento.

Jrue Holiday scored just two in a loss against the Clippers on Wednesday, then bounced back with 18 points and a season-high tying 15 assists at Denver on Thursday, but the Sixers still ended up with a 101-100 loss.

All despite having a five-point lead with less than 10 seconds left - seemingly a sure-fire opportunity to put the road losing streak to rest.

"Effort was there, energy was there, it was closing out the game," said Evan Turner, a 74.1 percent free-throw shooter on the season who missed two free throws in the final 10 seconds. "That's not what lost the game. Situations occurred. That's some crazy stuff that just happened. The season's been rough. That's one you just shake your head. It seems like a fluke to me."

Meanwhile, the Kings (25-45) are 6-5 over their last 11 - not overly impressive but notable for a team more than 10 games out of contention for a playoff spot. Sacramento has developed a much better offensive rhythm since the All-Star break. The club leads the NBA in scoring in 16 games since, averaging 109.1 points while shooting 40.6 percent from 3-point range, compared to 96.8 points per game on 35.0 percent shooting in the first 54 games of the season.

Isaiah Thomas and Marcus Thornton have helped key the offensive surge with each being more productive. Thomas is averaging 17.1 on 46.8 percent shooting - 42.1 from beyond the arc - since the break after putting up 12.1 per contest while shooting 31.5 percent from 3-point range in his first 51.

Meanwhile, Thornton in 16 games since the break is averaging 16.7 points and knocking down 44.8 percent of his shots from long distance. He scored 11.5 a contest and hit just 34.7 percent from deep in 44 games before the break.

Thomas had 24 in the previous meeting on Feb. 1 in Philadelphia to go along with Tyreke Evans' 29 but Thaddeus Young led three Philadelphia 20-plus point scorers with 23 and 15 rebounds in an 89-80 Sixers victory.


Last Updated: 10/31/2014 11:18:33 AM EST


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