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SACRAMENTO (22 - 42) at PHILADELPHIA (15 - 48)
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SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games22-42-1628-3531-32101.150.444.8%52.7103.752.746.4%50.1
Road Games9-23-5.915-1615-1699.950.544.4%52.3105.153.747.5%50.7
Last 5 Games2-3-12-31-495.447.845.2%58.298.647.645.9%43.2
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)101.150.437-8344.8%6-1933.7%21-2776.8%531219237154
vs opponents surrendering100.850.438-8345.2%8-2135.6%18-2475.6%511122218145
Team Stats (Road Games)99.950.537-8344.4%6-1832.9%20-2675.4%521219227144
Stats Against (All Games)103.752.738-8246.4%8-2238.1%19-2673.1%501023238146
vs opponents averaging101.450.838-8345.5%8-2236.2%18-2475.3%511122218145
Stats Against (Road Games)105.153.739-8247.5%9-2241.0%18-2571.4%511024238136

PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-48-5.523-4030-3099.850.343.3%52.9111.057.047.0%56.4
Home Games8-24-8.68-2417-14100.951.144.3%53.0111.757.547.5%54.8
Last 5 Games0-5-31-42-395.653.242.7%50.8113.257.849.9%55.0
PHILADELPHIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)99.850.338-8843.3%7-2230.5%17-2471.4%531222229174
vs opponents surrendering100.850.538-8345.4%8-2136.0%18-2475.6%511122218145
Team Stats (Home Games)100.951.138-8744.3%7-2231.4%17-2470.3%531223219184
Stats Against (All Games)111.057.041-8747.0%9-2537.3%20-2775.3%5612272110167
vs opponents averaging100.450.438-8345.1%8-2136.1%18-2375.5%511122218145
Stats Against (Home Games)111.757.542-8847.5%10-2540.1%18-2474.9%5512292110166
Average power rating of opponents played: SACRAMENTO 95.9,  PHILADELPHIA 94.6
SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/31/2014@ DALLAS103-107L9W214.5U38-7550.7%461438-8047.5%434
2/1/2014@ SAN ANTONIO93-95L10W205U34-8341.0%55936-7548.0%4713
2/7/2014@ BOSTON89-99L-1.5L198.5U31-8735.6%521040-8845.5%5913
2/9/2014@ WASHINGTON84-93L5.5L204.5U29-8235.4%571834-7943.0%5014
2/11/2014@ CLEVELAND99-109L-1.5L205.5O34-7445.9%481441-8647.7%5512
2/12/2014@ NEW YORK106-101W6W202O40-8547.1%471541-9045.6%5418
2/19/2014GOLDEN STATE92-101L5L206.5U33-7941.8%612139-8645.3%447
2/23/2014@ DENVER109-95W5.5W209.5U37-7847.4%572133-8837.5%5219
2/28/2014@ LA LAKERS122-126L2.5L218O47-9350.5%531148-8060.0%3917
3/3/2014NEW ORLEANS96-89W-4.5W204U32-6847.1%591832-7542.7%399
3/5/2014@ MILWAUKEE116-102W-3.5W206.5O43-8252.4%53936-8243.9%438
3/7/2014@ TORONTO87-99L7L204.5U30-7241.7%571734-7346.6%4612
3/9/2014@ BROOKLYN89-104L6.5L203.5U36-8144.4%602441-7753.2%3610
3/11/2014@ DETROIT89-99L2.5L215U34-8440.5%621638-8743.7%5211
3/12/2014@ PHILADELPHIA              
3/15/2014@ CHICAGO              
3/16/2014@ MINNESOTA              
3/21/2014SAN ANTONIO              
3/26/2014NEW YORK              
3/28/2014@ OKLAHOMA CITY              

PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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 YORK110-123L15.5W215O43-8451.2%531844-8154.3%4413
3/17/2014@ INDIANA              
3/21/2014NEW YORK              
3/22/2014@ CHICAGO              
3/24/2014@ SAN ANTONIO              
3/27/2014@ HOUSTON              
SACRAMENTO: GUARDS: GREIVIS VASQUEZ seems to have the edge in the point guard battle. He's a pass-first floor general who fits better in a lineup full of chuckers . . . ISAIAH THOMAS will have a major role whether he starts or not. He can score, and while his lack of size is a defensive liability, he makes up for it with harassing on-ball pressure . . . MARCUS THORNTON will eventually be relegated to a smaller role, but the gunning combo guard will get his minutes until Ben McLemore is ready . . . BEN MCLEMORE takes a lot of heat for his lack of assertiveness, but he can knock down corner threes and is an outstanding athlete, which is enough to make him a fine role player . . . JIMMER FREDETTE is kicking around as trade bait . . . Second-rounder RAY MCCALLUM should earn a bench role.FORWARDS: With his potential to be a solid defender, JASON THOMPSON is likely to retain his starting job. He's an afterthought on offense, though . . . LUC RICHARD MBAH A MOUTE seems like a natural to slide into the starting lineup. He can defend multiple spots and doesn't need touches on a team of players who do . . . CARL LANDRY could unseat Thompson. We see him in the same kind of bench role he had in Golden State. He's very good offensively and a relentless rebounder, but will struggle defensively against top-line forwards . . . JOHN SALMONS avoided the amnesty axe, though his role will likely be reduced again . . . Stretch four PATRICK PATTERSON is on the fringe of this rotation . . . Streaky shooting should have TRAVIS OUTLAW in and out of the rotation. CENTERS: The new regime of head coach Michael Malone will try again with DEMARCUS COUSINS, who continues to show flashes of dominance but too often plays and acts like a head case. He's playing for a contract, which would presumably have him on his best behavior . . . CHUCK HAYES will continue to be a second-unit glue guy at the four and five.
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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*Kings-76ers Preview* =====================


Sacramento (22-41) at Philadelphia (15-48), 7:00 p.m. EDT

The Philadelphia 76ers continue to inch closer to the longest losing streak in team history.

If their recent efforts against the Sacramento Kings are any indication, they may be able to finally end their woes Wednesday night.

Hoping to avoid an 18th consecutive loss, the 76ers go for an 11th win in 12 games against the Kings.

It's been six weeks since Philadelphia (15-48) last tasted victory, a stretch during which it's been outscored by 19.0 points per game. The skid is the 76ers' longest since dropping a franchise-worst 20 straight in 1972-73.

"I am trying not to think about it," rookie Michael Carter-Williams said following Monday's 123-110 loss at New York. "We lose and we have to move on to the next one. I can't dwell on us losing 17 in a row. It's not doing nothing for me, it's not doing nothing for the team, coaching staff, nobody.

"People are writing about it and that's fine, but we are going to stay focused as a team."

Carter Williams recorded his second triple-double with 23 points, a season-high 13 rebounds and 10 assists.

"People are going to see the numbers, and the numbers are the numbers," coach Brett Brown said. "I think he's just continuing to grow leadership-wise, You look over and see him making a team huddle after a free throw. ... I see an emerging leader, I see a point guard that's starting to figure some stuff out.

"These stats may say he played well, I see something a little bit deeper."

Aside from Carter-Williams' play, Philadelphia has reason to be excited with Sacramento coming to town. The 76ers have won 10 of 11 in the series, taking the last four meetings by an average of 14.8 points.

Thaddeus Young led the way with 28 points and Tony Wroten scored 21 off the bench as Philadelphia pulled out a 113-104 victory in Sacramento on Jan. 2.

The Kings (22-42) are looking to avoid a fourth straight loss after falling 99-89 at Detroit on Tuesday. They took a two-point lead into halftime before scoring 11 points in the third, their fewest in any quarter this season.

"We lost that game in the third quarter," coach Michael Malone said. "We did not come out ready to play."

Sacramento, shooting 23.1 percent from 3-point range over a five-game stretch, went 3 for 15 from beyond the arc. The Kings also struggled from the foul line, going 6 of 17 in the second half.

"We just make too many small mistakes during the game," center DeMarcus Cousins said. "We're making things too hard on ourselves. They came to play, and they made it tough for us, but we are hurting ourselves."

Cousins had 14 rebounds and a career-high six blocks, but he was limited to 13 points while shooting 5 of 15. He finished with 33 points and 14 boards in the first meeting with Philadelphia.

Isaiah Thomas scored 23 in that game and is averaging 24.0 in his last three matchups against the 76ers.

The Kings are 18-6 when scoring at least 105 points and the 76ers give up an average of 111.0 points to rank last in the NBA. Philadelphia has surrendered 115.2 per game during the losing streak.

Sacramento is 3-10 on the road against Eastern Conference teams, while Philadelphia is 1-12 at home against the West.

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