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NBA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 11/18/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




SACRAMENTO (4 - 11) at PORTLAND (8 - 7)
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SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games4-11-1.15-96-893.145.942.6%48.3105.553.846.4%54.7
Road Games1-8-6.21-74-490.943.341.4%46.9108.655.249.8%54.6
Last 5 Games2-3+1.32-32-291.648.239.8%49.6108.856.649.3%56.0
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)93.145.936-8542.6%8-2235.6%13-1872.4%481020208144
vs opponents surrendering105.15339-8545.4%10-2935.9%17-2376.4%511022218155
Team Stats (Road Games)90.943.335-8541.4%8-2235.7%12-1869.1%471019199133
Stats Against (All Games)105.553.839-8346.4%12-3338.0%16-2176.9%551124208154
vs opponents averaging106.254.139-8645.4%11-2936.4%17-2377.1%531022218155
Stats Against (Road Games)108.655.241-8249.8%12-3140.0%15-1975.3%551127208154

PORTLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-7-55-84-11103.151.743.6%
Home Games6-4-23-62-8101.351.943.6%54.498.751.844.5%48.3
Last 5 Games2-3-6.41-30-594.849.643.6%
PORTLAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.151.737-8643.6%10-2538.6%19-2383.0%561119207155
vs opponents surrendering107.254.239-8645.8%10-2936.6%18-2376.9%531022218155
Team Stats (Home Games)101.351.937-8443.6%9-2438.5%18-2283.6%541119197155
Stats Against (All Games)98.049.736-8343.5%8-2632.4%18-2473.9%49817208146
vs opponents averaging105.653.439-8645.6%10-2835.6%17-2375.5%511022228155
Stats Against (Home Games)98.751.837-8244.5%9-2832.1%17-2273.8%48817198146
Average power rating of opponents played: SACRAMENTO 94.8,  PORTLAND 93.9
SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/20/2017@ DALLAS93-88W6W202U37-8742.5%631431-7541.3%4112
10/21/2017@ DENVER79-96L12.5L212.5U31-8536.5%471337-8543.5%6716
10/23/2017@ PHOENIX115-117L-2L206.5O43-9943.4%50942-7754.5%5421
10/26/2017NEW ORLEANS106-114L-1L204O38-8146.9%401242-8648.8%5515
10/31/2017@ INDIANA83-101L5.5L206U37-8842.0%561436-8542.4%5614
11/1/2017@ BOSTON86-113L11L195O35-8143.2%341540-8248.8%5916
11/4/2017@ DETROIT99-108L9T195O40-7652.6%381740-7950.6%4815
11/7/2017OKLAHOMA CITY94-86W10.5W202.5U37-7946.8%502329-8633.7%5514
11/11/2017@ NEW YORK91-118L7L202O30-8037.5%521347-9052.2%5011
11/13/2017@ WASHINGTON92-110L11L208U34-8440.5%431044-8551.8%5512
11/15/2017@ ATLANTA80-126L4.5L206P31-8835.2%391250-7963.3%6119
11/18/2017@ PORTLAND              
11/22/2017LA LAKERS              
11/25/2017LA CLIPPERS              
11/27/2017@ GOLDEN STATE              
12/1/2017@ CHICAGO              
12/2/2017@ MILWAUKEE              

PORTLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/18/2017@ PHOENIX124-76W-2.5W220U44-9048.9%731628-8931.5%4516
10/20/2017@ INDIANA114-96W-6W218U46-9548.4%58935-7844.9%4912
10/21/2017@ MILWAUKEE110-113L3T208.5O34-8042.5%541642-8052.5%4214
10/24/2017NEW ORLEANS103-93W-5W216.5U33-8837.5%671930-7639.5%4817
10/26/2017LA CLIPPERS103-104L-2L216.5U35-8939.3%54936-7746.8%5711
11/1/2017@ UTAH103-112L3.5L191.5O37-9339.8%611734-9037.8%6314
11/2/2017LA LAKERS113-110W-5.5L212.5O40-8646.5%491243-7954.4%4311
11/5/2017OKLAHOMA CITY103-99W3W211.5U37-7450.0%562140-8944.9%4313
11/17/2017@ SACRAMENTO82-86L-7L199U30-8137.0%521736-8542.4%5413
11/20/2017@ MEMPHIS              
11/22/2017@ PHILADELPHIA              
11/24/2017@ BROOKLYN              
11/25/2017@ WASHINGTON              
11/27/2017@ NEW YORK              
12/2/2017NEW ORLEANS              
SACRAMENTO: More than half the projected opening roster will consist of players on their rookie deals, making this another rebuilding year in Sacramento. The Kings haven't made the playoffs since 2006 but hope they finally have some foundation pieces to build around with Buddy Hield, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Skal Labissiere and De'Aaron Fox. The Kings got the point guard they wanted in the draft when Fox was there at No. 5 after a stellar freshman season at Kentucky. He is lightning fast and a skilled ball handler with the ability to get to the basket. Sacramento hopes he will improve his outside shot now that he's in the NBA.
PORTLAND: The Blazers made few changes in the offseason, sticking with a nucleus of backcourt duo Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum, along with Jusuf Nurkic, who joined the team via trade last season and helped fuel a push to the playoffs. The 7-footer known as the Bosnian Beast dropped lost about 35 pounds over the offseason in an effort to become quicker and more agile. A fan favorite, Nurkic suggested going into this season that the Blazers should become the NBA's Bad Boys, drawing inspiration from the Detroit Pistons of the 1980's and early '90s. A key for Nurkic'and the Blazers'is whether he can stay healthy. Another key will be who steps up to provide support for that trio. One candidate is rookie Caleb Swanigan, who was impressive in the preseason with Noah Vonleh recovering from a shoulder injury.
Trail Blazers, Kings turn around and meet again

PORTLAND, Ore. --- Just as soon as the Portland Trail Blazers seem to find a rhythm, they seem to take a significant step in reverse.

A month into the season, the inconsistency from Rip City's basketball team may have coach Terry Stotts considering ripping out his hair.

Asked Friday what he might consider to end the trend, the coach didn't have a long-winded answer.

"Anything," he said.

Stotts spoke out of frustration after the Trail Blazers were held to a season-low scoring output in an 86-82 loss to the Sacramento Kings on Friday night.

Portland gets another shot Saturday against a team it normally uses to fix its problems when it hosts Sacramento at the Moda Center in the second of back-to-back, home-and-home matchups.

The Trail Blazers have been held below 100 in five straight games and are averaging 94.8 points in that stretch. They are shooting 43.6 percent from the floor in those games, including 37.5 percent from 3-point range.

Overall, they are managing 103.1 points per game, good for 17th in the league.

"Still a little slow, yeah," guard Damian Lillard said. "We haven't had a good rhythm and flow to our offense. And it might sound crazy, but I'm not really concerned. It doesn't concern me, because we've always been a good offensive team, and it changes us improving on the defensive end. I just have faith that offense is going to come around."

The Trail Blazers (8-7) have been much more consistent defensively. They held the Kings to 42.4 percent shooting on Friday, and are limiting opponents to 98.0 points per game (third best in the league) and 43.5 percent shooting (seventh).

But they shoot just 43.5 percent themselves (23rd), and they're averaging a league-worst 4.1 fast-break points per game. Against Sacramento, the Trail Blazers didn't have any.

"I guess that's part of our identity," Stotts said. "As much as we try to push it, for whatever reason, those fast-break points aren't there for us."

The Kings (4-11) will the road for the fourth time in five games, and the previous three haven't treated them well. Sacramento went 0-3 and lost by an average of 30.3 points during an East Coast trip that preceded this home-and-home set.

They've lost eight straight on the road by an average 20.5 points per game.

Sacramento has lost eight consecutive games in Portland, but it got a season-best 22 points and 10 rebounds from center Willie Cauley-Stein in the victory on Friday night.

"I'm starting to unlock something in the game that I've been working on for a long time," Cauley-Stein said. "The drive-and-kicks, getting in space and shooting jumpers now that spacing on the floor is right."

The Kings remain the league's second-worst offensive team, averaging just 93.1 points per game. They've been held below 90 in two straight games and 100 in four straight. They have cracked the century mark only three times this season.

But the Kings to a man said they were much happier with the level of fight they saw against the Trail Blazers, a quality that had been missing in previous games on the road.

"Each guy really competed," Joerger said. "They displayed great toughness getting loose balls ... and we did a great job of hustling down (the court) and (blocking) out guys to get rebounds."

Last Updated: 12/16/2018 2:25:54 PM EST

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