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NBA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 3/8/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore




UTAH (21 - 41) at PHILADELPHIA (15 - 46)
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Saturday, 3/8/2014 7:35 PM
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UTAH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-41-2.228-3327-3494.446.144.1%49.6100.749.146.4%50.2
Road Games7-25-6.414-1712-2091.342.942.7%49.3101.549.447.8%50.7
Last 5 Games0-5-5.21-41-486.044.041.2%46.8103.850.650.0%49.8
UTAH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.446.136-8144.1%7-1935.1%16-2274.7%501120217145
vs opponents surrendering100.850.638-8445.2%8-2135.7%18-2475.4%511122218145
Team Stats (Road Games)91.342.935-8142.7%7-2035.1%15-2172.7%491221217145
Stats Against (All Games)100.749.138-8146.4%7-1935.6%18-2476.9%501121208125
vs opponents averaging101.751.138-8345.5%8-2236.2%18-2476.0%521122218145
Stats Against (Road Games)101.549.438-8147.8%7-1838.9%18-2375.1%511123208126

PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-46-4.522-3929-2999.850.143.1%53.1111.057.046.9%56.6
Home Games8-23-7.68-2317-13101.251.144.2%53.4111.957.747.5%54.8
Last 5 Games0-5-40-52-395.248.240.3%51.0114.058.249.3%59.0
PHILADELPHIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)99.850.138-8843.1%7-2230.7%17-2471.4%531222229174
vs opponents surrendering100.650.538-8345.4%8-2136.0%18-2475.6%511122218145
Team Stats (Home Games)101.251.139-8744.2%7-2231.7%17-2470.2%531223219184
Stats Against (All Games)111.057.041-8746.9%9-2537.1%20-2775.6%5712272110167
vs opponents averaging100.450.438-8345.1%8-2136.0%18-2375.5%511122218145
Stats Against (Home Games)111.957.742-8847.5%10-2540.1%18-2475.1%5512292110166
Average power rating of opponents played: UTAH 95.8,  PHILADELPHIA 94.5
UTAH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/31/2014GOLDEN STATE90-95L6W201U35-7347.9%521833-8837.5%508
2/1/2014@ LA CLIPPERS87-102L12.5L208.5U29-8135.8%541138-7451.4%5611
2/7/2014@ DALLAS81-103L9.5L205U31-7640.8%461538-8146.9%549
2/11/2014@ LA LAKERS96-79W2W201U37-8543.5%671133-8538.8%4611
2/21/2014@ PORTLAND94-102L9W201U37-8245.1%521439-9142.9%4911
2/28/2014@ CLEVELAND79-99L4.5L192.5U28-8035.0%41943-8848.9%6410
3/2/2014@ INDIANA91-94L11W189.5U36-7846.2%531834-8241.5%4910
3/3/2014@ MILWAUKEE88-114L-1L196O31-7939.2%421342-7456.8%4813
3/5/2014@ WASHINGTON91-104L8L198.5U35-7844.9%441344-8154.3%4512
3/7/2014@ NEW YORK81-108L7L196.5U30-7341.1%541942-8549.4%437
3/8/2014@ PHILADELPHIA              
3/14/2014LA CLIPPERS              
3/16/2014@ SAN ANTONIO              
3/17/2014@ HOUSTON              
3/19/2014@ MEMPHIS              

PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/29/2014@ BOSTON95-94W4W203.5U37-8643.0%501032-8736.8%7217
2/1/2014@ DETROIT96-113L10L215U38-8942.7%551941-9244.6%7116
2/3/2014@ BROOKLYN102-108L9W210P37-7152.1%482532-7244.4%3913
2/7/2014LA LAKERS98-112L-4L220U37-8742.5%592245-8950.6%4914
2/9/2014@ LA CLIPPERS78-123L16L221U27-10027.0%521750-8956.2%6722
2/10/2014@ GOLDEN STATE80-123L15L214.5U33-9036.7%461743-8848.9%6618
2/12/2014@ UTAH100-105L8W201O37-8046.2%461637-8742.5%5612
3/2/2014@ ORLANDO81-92L10.5L211U32-8637.2%571935-8342.2%5713
3/4/2014@ OKLAHOMA CITY92-125L21.5L218.5U32-9434.0%491743-7656.6%6522
3/10/2014@ NEW YORK              
3/17/2014@ INDIANA              
3/21/2014NEW YORK              
3/22/2014@ CHICAGO              
3/24/2014@ SAN ANTONIO              
UTAH: GUARDS: TREY BURKE is a savvy floor general who can shoot, but he's also short and a mediocre athlete (and we've seen how that's worked out for Brandon Knight). He'll step right in at the point, but immediate success is hardly guaranteed . . . ALEC BURKS is locked in at the two. He'll be able to hang in defensively, and he's a decent ball-handler and passer. His shaky jumper is an issue . . . BRANDON RUSH returns from an ACL tear and could emerge as the sixth man . . . JOHN LUCAS III is here as a Plan B at the point and to help mentor Burke a bit . . . IAN CLARK won't see a lot of action as a rookie, but he can play either guard spot. FORWARDS: DERRICK FAVORS will run into foul trouble, but he will be a nightly double-double threat and rim protector . . . GORDON HAYWARD becomes Utah's No. 1 option on offense. He'll struggle to create his own shot with defenses focusing on him, but he is a knock-down, three-point shooter who's improving off the dribble . . . MARVIN WILLIAMS is coming off heel surgery and will miss at least the first month of the season. He's not a part of Utah's long-term plans, but will likely see minutes due to the team's lack of depth . . . RICHARD JEFFERSON is a player/coach at this point in his career . . . JEREMY EVANS will be brainstorming for the dunk contest. CENTERS: ENES KANTER is a major upgrade over Al Jefferson as a defender and in the team concept on offense. He immediately becomes one of the league's better starting centers . . . ANDRIS BIEDRINS at least has a chance to reestablish himself as a capable back-up . . . RUDY GOBERT has freakish size, but he's a major project who is nowhere near ready to contribute.
PHILADELPHIA: GUARDS: Welcome to Tankadelphia. MICHAEL CARTER-WILLIAMS will be handed the reigns at the point, and has the size and savvy to create some offense. But a work-in-progress jumper and too many risky passes will lead to plenty of lost possessions . . . The Sixers would love to unload perennially disappointing ex-No. 2 pick EVAN TURNER. He's yet to develop a jump shot, and while he'll start for a laughably thin Philly team, he looks more and more like a second-unit player . . . JAMES ANDERSON could end up playing a lot of minutes off the bench, simply because the Sixers don't have enough NBA-caliber players . . . JASON RICHARDSON will miss at least half the season after major knee surgery. He may never contribute in the NBA again'TONY WROTEN could see the floor plenty as a high-upside player who must cut down on his turnovers and improve his jump shot. FORWARDS: THADDEUS YOUNG will likely step up as the No. 1 option, and he very well may be the only player on this team that would make a rotation of a playoff contender. We'll see what he can do with defenses focused on stopping him . . . LAVOY ALLEN will be leaned on for heavy minutes as one of their few proven players . . . ARNETT MOULTRIE might end up with a very big role this year, as the Sixers are especially lacking post players. He at least rebounds and gets in people's way defensively . . . Philly will try its hand with ROYCE WHITE, who has plenty of talent but just as much baggage. He and the Rockets couldn't see eye-to-eye with how to manage his anxiety issues . . . TIM OHLBRECHT might actually see the court on this team. CENTERS: SPENCER HAWES should start at center, especially early. His mid-range shooting makes him one of the few offensive options on this team . . . Coming off a torn ACL, NERLENS NOEL probably won't be ready until December. He should contribute as a rim protector and rebounder, but will be pushed around and doesn't have much on offense . . . KWAME BROWN is waiting for his contract to be bought out.
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*Jazz-76ers Preview* ====================


Utah (21-40) at Philadelphia (15-46), 7:30 p.m. EDT

While the Philadelphia 76ers have dropped game after game without any end in sight, they appear to have as good a chance as any to finally break through Saturday night.

The 76ers try to avoid the second-longest losing streak in team history and a franchise-worst 13th consecutive home defeat as they face the last-place Utah Jazz, who have been especially bad on the road.

Philadelphia (15-46) hasn't seen anything go its way since a 95-94 win at Boston on Jan. 29, getting outscored by an average of 19.8 points during its 15-game skid. The 76ers haven't lost 16 in a row since a franchise-worst 20-game slide in 1972-73.

They have also dropped 12 straight at home, tying the longest drought in team history established in the 1996-97 season.

"There hasn't been a game that we've gone out to play that I didn't feel like we could steal one," coach Brett Brown said. "I think that this group has got some wins in them. Not many people do, I do. And it's not reflective of our schedule, I just think that if we can practice together and try to find some rallying card and some type of underdog label, I like that. I'm happy to wind our guys up and play that card and prove people wrong. We have more to give."

Philadelphia's woes continued in Tuesday's 125-92 loss at Oklahoma City. James Anderson had 20 points while going 6 of 12 from 3-point range, but the rest of the team was 4 of 18 from beyond the arc.

The 76ers shot just 34.0 percent, were outrebounded 57-38 and outscored 58-36 in the paint.

"It's tough losing. None of us in this locker room want to lose, but there's nothing we can do about the losses we've had," rookie Michael Carter-Williams told the team's official website. "When I go out there, I believe we're going to win the game no matter who we're playing."

The 76ers now turn their attention to Utah (21-41), which took this season's first meeting 105-100 at home Feb. 12. However, the Jazz have dropped three straight in Philadelphia by an average of 10.0 points.

The road hasn't been kind to Utah, which is 2-13 in its last 15 away from home. The Jazz's .219 road winning percentage is third-worst in the NBA.

Utah was blown out 108-81 at New York on Friday, dropping to 0-5 on its current six-game road trip. The Jazz, who have lost three of the five games by 20 or more points, are averaging 86.0 points while shooting 41.2 percent during the trek.

Gordon Hayward and Alec Burks finished with 18 points apiece against the Knicks, but Richard Jefferson was the only other player to score in double figures with 12. Marvin Williams and Trey Burke scored a combined seven while shooting 0 of 13 from 3-point range and 3 for 19 overall.

"I thought for two or three months we've played pretty steady basketball, right around .500 basketball. For us that was a step in the right direction," Jefferson said. "Now we're at the end of the season, you've got a lot of guys playing minutes that they've never played before. We can see fatigue, frustration. A lot of things are coming into play, but you've got to stick with it."

The Jazz are 2-24 on the road when allowing more than 93 points compared to 5-1 when they don't. Philadelphia is averaging 101.2 points at home.

Last Updated: 4/26/2018 11:43:08 PM EST

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