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UTAH (17 - 26) at SACRAMENTO (13 - 30)
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UTAH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-26-11.521-2219-23100.648.244.7%47.3101.949.146.5%50.1
Road Games4-18-14.18-1412-998.946.843.9%47.1106.750.148.7%50.8
Last 5 Games1-4-2.22-32-396.447.043.7%48.6102.851.047.8%48.6
UTAH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)100.648.237-8244.7%11-3036.4%16-2080.8%47821209145
vs opponents surrendering105.953.239-8646.0%10-2936.1%17-2276.6%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)98.946.837-8343.9%11-3036.0%15-1979.7%47921209145
Stats Against (All Games)101.949.138-8146.5%10-2737.9%17-2177.4%50920198154
vs opponents averaging106.85439-8646.1%11-3036.0%17-2276.2%521023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)106.750.140-8248.7%10-2637.9%17-2276.2%51922199144

SACRAMENTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-30+317-2322-2097.749.844.9%48.4106.655.147.8%51.7
Home Games7-13+39-1111-999.750.446.4%48.9105.453.946.9%50.3
Last 5 Games0-5-51-43-298.853.044.5%50.8109.656.249.2%54.0
SACRAMENTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)97.749.838-8544.9%8-2337.4%13-1871.9%48921208144
vs opponents surrendering106.153.539-8645.9%10-2935.9%17-2276.5%511023218145
Team Stats (Home Games)99.750.439-8446.4%8-2238.3%13-1874.1%49921207144
Stats Against (All Games)106.655.139-8247.8%12-3138.5%16-2174.8%521024188145
vs opponents averaging106.553.639-8646.1%10-2936.0%17-2376.4%521023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)105.453.939-8346.9%12-3138.6%15-2174.3%50923188144
Average power rating of opponents played: UTAH 96.3,  SACRAMENTO 96.1
UTAH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/9/2017@ MILWAUKEE100-117L-1L197O33-7643.4%491644-8154.3%4611
12/13/2017@ CHICAGO100-103L-5.5L196.5O42-9146.2%551641-9344.1%539
12/15/2017@ BOSTON107-95W5W197O40-8348.2%591535-8640.7%428
12/16/2017@ CLEVELAND100-109L9.5W211.5U37-8145.7%421242-7953.2%4612
12/18/2017@ HOUSTON99-120L12L216O42-9146.2%36640-7751.9%5514
12/20/2017@ OKLAHOMA CITY79-107L8L197U26-7335.6%481840-7751.9%4613
12/21/2017SAN ANTONIO100-89W2W194.5U34-7445.9%491234-7843.6%4414
12/23/2017OKLAHOMA CITY89-103L-1.5L197U33-7245.8%431239-8844.3%517
12/26/2017@ DENVER83-107L6L204.5U27-8432.1%51739-8148.1%569
12/27/2017@ GOLDEN STATE101-126L11L203.5O37-9240.2%471351-8659.3%5316
1/3/2018NEW ORLEANS98-108L-1L211.5U38-8445.2%431441-8250.0%4620
1/5/2018@ DENVER91-99L7L208.5U38-8445.2%571738-8644.2%4610
1/7/2018@ MIAMI102-103L4W196O37-8245.1%501140-8348.2%468
1/10/2018@ WASHINGTON107-104W8W209O43-9246.7%441241-7852.6%5023
1/12/2018@ CHARLOTTE88-99L4.5L206.5U28-7736.4%501432-7841.0%5612
1/17/2018@ SACRAMENTO              
1/19/2018NEW YORK              
1/20/2018LA CLIPPERS              
1/22/2018@ ATLANTA              
1/24/2018@ DETROIT              
1/26/2018@ TORONTO              
1/30/2018GOLDEN STATE              
2/2/2018@ PHOENIX              

SACRAMENTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/8/2017@ NEW ORLEANS116-109W9.5W208O47-9748.5%621741-8946.1%4317
12/14/2017@ MINNESOTA96-119L11.5L201.5O36-8741.4%461446-8256.1%469
12/17/2017@ TORONTO93-108L12L203U38-8146.9%421536-8542.4%5712
12/19/2017@ PHILADELPHIA101-95W8.5W208U41-9145.1%551234-8142.0%6019
12/20/2017@ BROOKLYN104-99W5.5W206U40-8248.8%561232-8338.6%4310
12/23/2017SAN ANTONIO99-108L6.5L195.5O40-8646.5%471044-8850.0%498
12/26/2017@ LA CLIPPERS95-122L5L205O40-9641.7%45944-8055.0%5714
1/8/2018SAN ANTONIO100-107L5L199.5O40-8248.8%531844-9048.9%4410
1/9/2018@ LA LAKERS86-99L8L213U30-8734.5%531637-7748.1%6125
1/11/2018LA CLIPPERS115-121L3.5L213.5O42-8549.4%501543-8451.2%4717
1/13/2018@ LA CLIPPERS105-126L7L216O43-8550.6%461646-8256.1%4515
1/15/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY88-95L12W208U33-8339.8%521436-8641.9%7318
1/19/2018@ MEMPHIS              
1/22/2018@ CHARLOTTE              
1/23/2018@ ORLANDO              
1/25/2018@ MIAMI              
1/28/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              
1/30/2018@ NEW ORLEANS              
2/2/2018GOLDEN STATE              
UTAH: The Jazz could be challenged to secure a second consecutive playoff berth, which would mean back-to-back postseason appearances for the first time this decade. While the West got deeper, the Jazz lost their lone All-Star in Gordon Hayward and second-leading scorer in George Hill. That means Rodney Hood enters his fourth season on a contract year with much more responsibility on his shoulders. When Hayward and Hill left they took a combined 38.8 points per game with them and the Jazz didn't sign any true scoring threats. Hood, a slick-shooting lefty, has his sights on the most improved player award. Utah will remain one of the best defensive teams in the league with Rudy Gobert as the anchor, but scoring will be difficult.
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.
Jazz eye playoff run while Kings eye future

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Say this for the Sacramento Kings: They keep the losing interesting.

Say this for the Utah Jazz: They keep testing the limits of their optimism.

The two teams will try to collect a rare victory on Wednesday night when they face each other at the Golden 1 Center. At least one of them insists it will be disappointed if it doesn't get one.

"We definitely think we can make a run," Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell told the Salt Lake Tribune, referring to Utah's playoff hopes. "That's something we're trying to focus on."

The Jazz's postseason aspirations are shaky at best. Utah (17-26) sits five games behind the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Clippers for the final two playoff spots in the Western Conference. With barely less than a half-season left to be played, Utah is still in search of its first winning streak since a season-best six-game run that ended Dec. 5.

Since that night, the Jazz are 4-15. They'll be trying to end a two-game slide on Tuesday.

But their bright outlook remains.

"We have to try to get back to the .500 mark," Mitchell told the Tribune. "But we definitely want to make a push and see where it goes."

They looked ill-equipped to do so in a 109-94 home loss to the Indiana Pacers on Monday. Mitchell scored 23 points, but Utah shot only 44 percent from the field. On the season, they rank in the bottom six of the league in points (29th, 100.6), rebounds (40.8, 26th) and assists (20.9) per game.

The Jazz may receive a boost soon with the return of center Rudy Gobert, who hasn't played since Dec. 15 because a ligament sprain in the back of his knee. Gobert went through a hard workout with braces on both knees before the Indiana game, and he could be close to returning. Even if he does, the sting of losing Thabo Sefolosha and his 21 minutes and 8.2 points per game to an apparent season-ending right knee injury will hurt.

The Kings (13-30) have been stung far more often then they'd like, and it figures to happen quite a bit more in the season's second half. Sacramento is resting in the Western Conference basement, four games and four teams behind the Jazz, and isn't trying to fool anybody about the likelihood of missing the playoffs for the 12th straight season.

"Going forward ... we're going to play a rotation where two or our five veterans are going to be out every night," coach Dave Joerger told the media after Monday's 95-88 road loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the team's fifth straight defeat. "It might be sometimes there will be three. It's an opportunity for some other guys to get some minutes, as we go throughout the course of the season. I've got it laid out."

The move signals a shift by Sacramento to give significant looks to players in their first three seasons, in particular rookie De'Aaron Fox and Bogan Bogdanovic, second-year guard Buddy Hield, the team's second-leading scorer at 12.4 points per game and three-year veteran center Willie Cauley-Stein.

It also will mean much more time on the bench for veterans such as Zach Randolph, George Hill, Vince Carter, Kosta Koufos and Garrett Temple.

"If you're in the first three years of your contract, you can expect to play a little, a lot or none," Joerger told reporters. "But you should be ready to play."

The Kings too often haven't been. They've been outscored by an average of 28-24 in first quarters this season, and have led at the end of the first 12 minutes only 12 times all season.

Last Updated: 2/17/2019 12:42:41 PM EST

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