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SACRAMENTO (8 - 7) at HOUSTON (7 - 7)
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Saturday, 11/17/2018 8:05 PM
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SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-7+8.49-68-7113.855.648.1%52.9115.360.846.1%58.1
Road Games4-4+64-47-1120.158.250.3%51.7122.262.647.9%58.5
Last 5 Games2-3-0.62-31-4104.053.044.7%51.8107.258.444.6%58.4
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)113.855.644-9148.1%10-2738.5%16-2468.0%531024239155
vs opponents surrendering110.155.141-8846.0%11-3136.0%18-2375.3%541024238155
Team Stats (Road Games)120.158.246-9150.3%12-2940.4%17-2567.0%52927249155
Stats Against (All Games)115.360.842-9246.1%12-3533.6%19-2673.3%581224228175
vs opponents averaging110.756.441-8945.8%11-3134.9%18-2475.1%541124228146
Stats Against (Road Games)122.262.645-9347.9%13-3734.4%20-2871.6%581227249166

HOUSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-7-5.46-86-8103.453.542.4%50.7105.256.646.9%53.7
Home Games2-4-6.42-43-3103.553.040.1%49.8109.556.548.1%56.8
Last 5 Games3-2-0.13-21-4100.054.442.3%49.096.452.245.5%52.0
HOUSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.453.536-8642.4%14-4233.0%16-2371.7%511120238136
vs opponents surrendering109.255.240-8945.1%11-3135.1%18-2377.1%531123228146
Team Stats (Home Games)103.553.036-8940.1%15-4433.1%17-2472.9%501319239126
Stats Against (All Games)105.256.638-8146.9%9-2634.4%20-2579.5%54921208155
vs opponents averaging111.656.641-8946.7%10-2936.1%19-2476.2%551024228145
Stats Against (Home Games)109.556.539-8148.1%9-2438.2%22-2683.0%57922226154
Average power rating of opponents played: SACRAMENTO 96.1,  HOUSTON 97.9
SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/19/2018@ NEW ORLEANS129-149L11.5L232.5O50-9652.1%441356-9558.9%6016
10/21/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY131-120W10.5W222.5O50-9154.9%541746-10444.2%6318
10/23/2018@ DENVER112-126L12L229.5O45-8652.3%461651-9951.5%5612
10/29/2018@ MIAMI123-113W9W226.5O48-9749.5%581238-9241.3%6519
10/30/2018@ ORLANDO107-99W4.5W220.5U41-8448.8%561536-9139.6%5716
11/1/2018@ ATLANTA146-115W-2W233O53-9854.1%521442-8748.3%5522
11/4/2018@ MILWAUKEE109-144L10L236O42-9544.2%521546-9548.4%6412
11/10/2018LA LAKERS86-101L6L237U32-9234.8%601941-9941.4%7214
11/12/2018SAN ANTONIO104-99W2.5W220U43-8650.0%501238-8743.7%5015
11/16/2018@ MEMPHIS104-112L6.5L212O37-8046.2%522143-8550.6%4813
11/17/2018@ HOUSTON              
11/19/2018OKLAHOMA CITY              
11/21/2018@ UTAH              
11/24/2018@ GOLDEN STATE              
11/29/2018LA CLIPPERS              

HOUSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/17/2018NEW ORLEANS112-131L-8L232O39-9242.4%491152-9853.1%6112
10/20/2018@ LA LAKERS124-115W-3.5W237.5O44-9645.8%691648-10048.0%5210
10/21/2018@ LA CLIPPERS112-115L2.5L220.5O43-8948.3%431242-8947.2%5413
10/26/2018LA CLIPPERS113-133L-4L218O38-9838.8%491343-7954.4%5315
11/2/2018@ BROOKLYN119-111W-4W220.5O41-8349.4%52942-8549.4%5110
11/3/2018@ CHICAGO96-88W-8.5L223U35-8342.2%561828-7238.9%4419
11/5/2018@ INDIANA98-94W1W215.5U34-7744.2%451633-7544.0%5115
11/8/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY80-98L-5L213.5U31-8237.8%451736-8144.4%6115
11/10/2018@ SAN ANTONIO89-96L-3.5L213U30-9033.3%59833-7444.6%5815
11/13/2018@ DENVER109-99W4.5W217.5U39-7154.9%421438-7650.0%4016
11/15/2018GOLDEN STATE107-86W-4.5W217U35-8740.2%52532-7642.1%5316
11/23/2018@ DETROIT              
11/24/2018@ CLEVELAND              
11/26/2018@ WASHINGTON              
11/30/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              
12/3/2018@ MINNESOTA              
SACRAMENTO: LAST SEASON: 27-55, missed playoffs.
COACH: Dave Joerger (third season, sixth NBA season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G De'Aaron Fox (11.6 ppg), G Buddy Hield (13.5 ppg), F Justin Jackson (6.7 ppg), F Marvin Bagley III (rookie, Duke), C Willie Cauley-Stein (12.8 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G George Hill, F Garrett Temple, G Vince Coleman
KEY ADDITIONS: Bagley, G Ben McLemore, F Nemanja Bjelica
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Joerger declared Fox to be Sacramento's franchise player and is building the offense around the young point guard. Fox had flashes of brilliance during an up-and-down rookie season but has more scoring help around him this year. Bagley is the wild card who will start at power forward and may see significant time in the post when the Kings go with a smaller lineup.
OUTLOOK: The Kings have a lot of work to do to end their 12-year postseason drought. There are question marks across the board, specifically regarding defense and rebounding. Hield and McLemore will split time in the backcourt alongside Fox until Bogdan Bogdanovic returns from a pair of offseason knee surgeries but the key will be down low. Bagley provides a little more scoring which should help offset Cauley-Stein's inconsistencies.
HOUSTON: LAST SEASON: 65-17, lost in Western Conference finals.
COACH: Mike D'Antoni (fourth season, 15th NBA season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G James Harden (30.4 ppg), G Chris Paul (18.6 ppg), F P.J. Tucker, (6.1 ppg), F James Ennis (7.1 ppg), C Clint Capela (13.9 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: F Trevor Ariza, F Ryan Anderson, F Luc Mbah a Moute
KEY ADDITIONS: F Carmelo Anthony, Ennis, G Michael Carter-Williams
PLAYERS TO WATCH: A year after Anthony was not amenable to coming off the bench in Oklahoma City, the 10-time All-Star seems ready to accept a reserve role in Houston if it means helping the Rockets to a title. The addition of the talented Anthony, along with Ennis to pick up the slack on defense Houston lost in Ariza leaves the Rockets slightly better than they were a year ago when they lost to Golden State in the conference finals.
OUTLOOK: Harden, last year's MVP, and Paul should be even better in their second year together and Anthony adds a new dimension which greatly upgrades Houston's second unit. Ennis will have to pair with Tucker to provide a defensive presence and Capela must take another step this season after signing a $90 million contract this offseason if the Rockets hope to finally get past the Warriors and win their first title since back-to-back championships in 1994-95.
Rockets hope to continue upswing vs. Kings

HOUSTON -- It was only a couple weeks ago that the Houston Rockets were seemingly left for dead, with their offseason roster makeover blamed for a shockingly miserable start to the season.

On Thursday at Toyota Center, the Rockets (7-7) throttled the defending champion Golden State Warriors to record their sixth victory in eight games.

There are no landmark triumphs in mid-November, but for a team that opened the season with just one win over the first six contests, completing the climb back to .500 marked a noteworthy accomplishment, even if Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni opted for derisive humor when asked if a goal had been achieved.

"That was our big goal," D'Antoni said with a chuckle.

The Rockets, of course, have bigger fish to fry after posting the best record in the league last season and pushing the Warriors to Game 7 in the Western Conference Finals.

The early recovery this season enables Houston to focus on a steady climb up the conference standings, with the Sacramento Kings (8-7) serving as the next challenge at Toyota Center on Saturday.

Where the Rockets sit represents modest progress. Still, things are better than they were.

"I told them, 'Congratulations guys, we're .500.' That's really doing it," D'Antoni said tongue in cheek. "We've just got to make sure that we know where we are. OK, this is a good step. It's early but we do have the potential to be really good in different areas of the game and we've got to keep building on it and understand that Saturday comes a nice, young team that's been playing really well.

"We cannot think that we're OK. We're not OK until we get a 10-game lead on the second-place team. We're not OK; we've got to keep fighting."

The Kings, conversely, have regressed of late, losing for the fourth time in six games on Friday in Memphis, 112-104 to the Grizzlies. Sacramento fashioned a surprising 6-3 start to the season but has suffered two double-digit defeats since, losing by an average margin of 16.8 points.

Yet, the Kings have made an impression throughout the league. Having last qualified for the playoffs in the 2005-06 season, Sacramento appears to have compiled the right collection of ascendant players following several turns in the NBA draft lottery.

Entering their brief two-game road trip, the Kings featured six players averaging double digits in scoring paced by their starting backcourt of De'Aaron Fox (a Houston native) and Buddy Hield.

Fox posted his fourth points-assists double-double of the season on Friday with 23 points and 10 assists while Hield chipped in 16 points. Bogdan Bogdanovic, one of those double-digit scorers, matched his season average with 12 points. With eight players averaging at least 21 minutes per game, the Kings have ably exploited their depth, ranking second in pace at 106.3 possessions per 48 minutes.

"The guys are enjoying playing this way," Kings coach Dave Joerger said on a nationally broadcast radio show this week. "We have an identity and we believe that we can win playing this way."

Last Updated: 5/21/2019 8:32:58 PM EST

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