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NBA : ATS Matchup
Friday 2/22/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




SACRAMENTO (19 - 36) at ATLANTA (29 - 23)
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SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-36-11.223-3029-2396.947.443.8%48.9103.952.546.8%52.2
Road Games5-23-1412-1612-1491.944.241.7%48.0102.954.646.8%55.6
Last 5 Games2-3+0.14-14-1108.051.844.6%49.4111.854.849.2%49.4
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)96.947.436-8343.8%7-1935.0%18-2375.9%491220218144
vs opponents surrendering97.648.937-8245.0%7-2035.7%17-2275.1%511122208145
Team Stats (Road Games)91.944.235-8441.7%6-1932.0%16-2274.9%481219218144
Stats Against (All Games)103.952.538-8246.8%8-2236.1%19-2479.2%521224207156
vs opponents averaging9849.237-8245.0%7-2035.7%17-2275.6%511122208145
Stats Against (Road Games)102.954.639-8346.8%7-2135.1%18-2477.1%561324197157

ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games29-23-1.122-2826-2596.848.446.1%48.996.348.544.6%50.5
Home Games17-10-39-1616-1199.449.546.5%49.797.547.644.7%50.4
Last 5 Games3-2+0.83-23-2101.253.648.8%52.096.645.445.8%44.4
ATLANTA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)96.848.437-8146.1%9-2337.9%14-1970.1%49924188155
vs opponents surrendering97.248.937-8244.9%7-2035.6%17-2275.0%511122208145
Team Stats (Home Games)99.449.538-8246.5%9-2437.8%14-2169.7%501025188144
Stats Against (All Games)96.348.537-8244.6%8-2038.3%15-2077.3%511122199145
vs opponents averaging9748.737-8244.8%7-1935.7%17-2275.7%511122208145
Stats Against (Home Games)97.547.638-8444.7%7-2036.9%15-1980.2%501222208154
Average power rating of opponents played: SACRAMENTO 95.6,  ATLANTA 94.6
SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/18/2013@ MEMPHIS69-85L9.5L190.5U29-8534.1%551534-7843.6%5716
1/19/2013@ CHARLOTTE97-93W-2.5W204U37-8145.7%461131-7243.1%5413
1/21/2013@ NEW ORLEANS105-114L5.5L194O38-8146.9%421043-8948.3%5815
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
2/12/2013@ 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@ ATLANTA              
2/24/2013@ NEW ORLEANS              
2/26/2013@ MIAMI              
2/27/2013@ ORLANDO              
3/1/2013@ SAN ANTONIO              
3/6/2013@ GOLDEN STATE              

ATLANTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/14/2013@ CHICAGO58-97L4.5L183.5U24-8229.3%471433-7941.8%6713
1/18/2013@ BROOKLYN89-94L7W191U35-8043.7%411530-7440.5%6518
1/19/2013SAN ANTONIO93-98L3.5L194U35-8541.2%591541-8647.7%468
1/23/2013@ CHARLOTTE104-92W-2.5W191O43-8749.4%501631-7640.8%5018
1/27/2013@ NEW YORK104-106L5.5W194.5O39-6560.0%341939-7254.2%3414
2/5/2013@ INDIANA103-114L6L184O36-8144.4%511636-7548.0%4712
2/8/2013NEW ORLEANS100-111L-5L192.5O35-7447.3%421745-8652.3%5013
2/11/2013@ DALLAS105-101W5.5W204O40-7751.9%551838-8942.7%4411
2/13/2013@ ORLANDO108-76W-2.5W200U41-9244.6%63934-8241.5%4715
2/23/2013@ MILWAUKEE              
2/25/2013@ DETROIT              
2/27/2013@ UTAH              
3/1/2013@ PHOENIX              
3/3/2013@ LA LAKERS              
3/4/2013@ DENVER              
3/8/2013@ BOSTON              
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.
ATLANTA: GUARDS: GM Danny Ferry has really talked up JEFF TEAGUE, who will be more of a traditional point guard with Joe Johnson gone . . . DEVIN HARRIS is going to play plenty of minutes, both alongside Teague and off the bench . . . LOU WILLIAMS is a sixth man. He lacks the mentality to run the point and the size to guard opposing twos. His role will be similar to what it was in Philly . . . KYLE KORVER and ANTHONY MORROW are pure shooters who do little else. They can play the three in a pinch, and the hot hand will get the minutes . . . Coach Larry Drew could call on DeSHAWN STEVENSON for the occasional defense-heavy lineup. More likely, he'll rack up the DNP-CDs . . . JOHN JENKINS might be the best shooter in the rookie class, but he'll be buried on the depth chart. FORWARDS: JOSH SMITH rescinded his trade demand, perhaps because he'll now be the focal point of the offense. He was more aggressive on both ends of the floor last year. As long as he resists the urge to float on the perimeter, he should emerge as an All-Star . . . Considering the makeup of this roster, Atlanta will utilize a lot of three-guard lineups. Korver and Morrow can stretch a defense from that third guard/small forward spot, with Stevenson stepping in as an agitator . . . After scoring double-figures six times in April, IVAN JOHNSON was re-signed to once again provide some muscle inside . . . Rookie MIKE SCOTT is polished after five years at Virginia, but doesn't have the athleticism to be an impact player . . . ANTHONY TOLLIVER is a defensive specialist with very little offense to contribute. CENTERS: AL HORFORD will get his wish to play more power forward this season, though he'll remain their primary option at center. He's healthy again and is one of the most consistent bigs in the NBA . . . ZAZA PACHULIA filled in admirably for Horford last year. But it's back to bench duty for the bruising big . . . JOHAN PETRO is French for "12th man."
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*Kings-Hawks Preview* =====================


Sacramento (19-36) at Atlanta (29-23), 7:30 p.m. EDT

After months of trade speculation, the Atlanta Hawks ultimately chose to hang on to Josh Smith.

With their leading scorer still in uniform, the Hawks try for a 10th consecutive victory over the Sacramento Kings on Friday night at Philips Arena.

While many expected the Hawks (29-23) to move Smith before Thursday's deadline, general manager Danny Ferry kept him after reportedly pulling out of a last-second deal that would have sent him to Milwaukee. The versatile Smith, who's averaging 17.2 points and 8.6 rebounds, will become an unrestricted free agent after the season.

"We weighed the positives and negatives of each of our opportunities and at the end of the day we felt like the best decision was to stand pat based off some of the things we were looking at," Ferry said.

"We were in an unusual situation where Josh's contract, our cap space and flexibility going forward, having a good team right now, there were a lot of factors that played into this. I think the main factor is we value Josh. I think he's been important to our group this year and we can finish the year strong and hopefully we play well and we're a solid playoff team."

Sitting in sixth place in the Eastern Conference, the Hawks worked out two separate trades Thursday, sending Anthony Morrow to Dallas for swingman Dahntay Jones and acquiring center Jeremy Tyler from Golden State for cash and future draft considerations.

It's unclear if either player will be available against the Kings (19-36), who also were busy before the deadline. Sacramento acquired forward Patrick Patterson, center Cole Aldrich and point guard Toney Douglas from Houston in exchange for Thomas Robinson, Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt.

"We are excited about the addition of Patrick, Toney and Cole," president of basketball operations Geoff Petrie told the team's official website. "They will add skill and depth along with the potential for a different look to our roster."

Sacramento could certainly benefit from changing things up versus Atlanta, which has averaged 110.4 points during its nine-game run in this series. The Hawks cruised to a 112-96 road win Nov. 16 behind 22 points from Kyle Korver and Al Horford's 20 and 10 rebounds. Smith, meanwhile, scored 19 to go along with eight boards.

Smith entered the All-Star break averaging 26.3 points over a three-game stretch before scoring 10 on 5-of-13 shooting Wednesday in a 103-90 loss to Miami. He added nine rebounds and a season-high nine assists, but the Hawks were outscored 40-17 and committed six turnovers over the final 12 minutes.

"They just came out on fire (in the fourth)," said Horford, who finished with 27 points. "They were hitting some shots and we turned the ball over, didn't take good shots, and you can't do that against a good team like that."

Horford, who's posted three consecutive 20-point games for the first time in his career, is shooting 73.3 percent over that stretch.

The Kings don't carry much momentum into their five-game road trip after suffering a third consecutive loss and 11th in 14 games Tuesday, 108-102 to San Antonio. Isaiah Thomas had 22 points and Tyreke Evans scored 20, but Sacramento shot just 37.8 percent.

"When you don't make shots it makes everything else look bad," said Thomas, averaging 18.6 points and shooting 49.1 percent over the last five games.

"We just got to focus in and try to win every game one at a time. It's going to be a tough road trip, but hopefully we can take care of business."

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