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NBA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/21/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




PHILADELPHIA (0 - 2) at TORONTO (1 - 0)
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PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games0-2-2.61-11-1103.554.541.9%56.5111.051.042.5%63.0
Road Games0-1-11-01-0115.059.045.7%57.0120.056.043.3%62.0
Last 5 Games0-2-2.61-11-1103.554.541.9%56.5111.051.042.5%63.0
Division Games0-1-1.60-10-
PHILADELPHIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.554.539-9341.9%12-3337.3%13-1774.3%561222296165
vs opponents surrendering106.85840-8745.9%10-2736.7%17-2278.4%521021287174
Team Stats (Road Games)115.059.043-9445.7%15-3542.9%14-1973.7%571125286176
Stats Against (All Games)111.051.038-9042.5%8-2531.4%26-3574.3%631518226147
vs opponents averaging108.951.339-8744.7%8-2531.9%23-3174.9%5611222210136
Stats Against (Road Games)120.056.042-9743.3%6-2227.3%30-3878.9%621621208910

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games1-001-01-0117.058.047.0%53.0100.037.041.6%48.0
Home Games1-001-01-0117.058.047.0%53.0100.037.041.6%48.0
Last 5 Games1-001-01-0117.058.047.0%53.0100.037.041.6%48.0
Division Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)117.058.039-8347.0%13-2944.8%26-2892.9%5313261910174
vs opponents surrendering1175839-8347.0%13-2944.8%26-2892.9%5313261910174
Team Stats (Home Games)117.058.039-8347.0%13-2944.8%26-2892.9%5313261910174
Stats Against (All Games)100.037.037-8941.6%10-3231.2%16-1984.2%481022237192
vs opponents averaging1003737-8941.6%10-3231.2%16-1984.2%481022237192
Stats Against (Home Games)100.037.037-8941.6%10-3231.2%16-1984.2%481022237192
Average power rating of opponents played: PHILADELPHIA 97,  TORONTO 97
PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/18/2017@ WASHINGTON115-120L6.5W217.5O43-9445.7%571742-9743.3%629
10/21/2017@ TORONTO              
10/23/2017@ DETROIT              
10/28/2017@ DALLAS              
10/30/2017@ HOUSTON              

TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/23/2017@ SAN ANTONIO              
10/25/2017@ GOLDEN STATE              
10/27/2017@ LA LAKERS              
10/30/2017@ PORTLAND              
11/1/2017@ DENVER              
11/3/2017@ UTAH              
PHILADELPHIA: The Sixers haven't made the playoffs since 2012 but they have a legitimate chance to break that streak should Ben Simmons and rookie Markelle Fultz be able to produce and Joel Embiid find a way to remain healthy and productive. Philadelphia has two No. 3 overall picks in Embiid and Jahlil Okafor and two No. 1s in Simmons and Fultz to show for five losing seasons. Embiid, who has played only 31 games in three years and has yet to show he's durable enough to last a full season, will play under the expectation of the $148 million contract extension signed shortly before the season. He is clearly a difference maker and his health could ultimately determine whether the Sixers contend for a playoff spot or spend another year in the draft lottery.
TORONTO: Toronto spent big to re-sign Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka and keep them alongside three-time All-Star DeMar DeRozan. The Raptors have plenty of talented youngsters behind the big three, but no experienced veterans. C.J. Miles posted a career-high .413 shooting percentage from 3-point range with the Pacers last season, and the hope is that he can be a reliable outside threat that opens up the floor for his teammates. But without consistent production from their top trio, Toronto could be in trouble.
76ers shoot for win at their Toronto house of horrors

TORONTO -- The Philadelphia 76ers will face a difficult task as they seek their first win of the season Saturday night against the Toronto Raptors.

The 76ers, who lost the series to the Raptors 3-1 last season, have dropped 15 of their past 16 games against Toronto, including nine in a row at Air Canada Centre.

The Sixers lost their home opener 102-92 on Friday night to the undermanned Boston Celtics at the Wells Fargo Center.

"We let one go," Sixers coach Brett Brown said. "We were up (nine), I think, in the third period and you felt like with a few more baskets that they might have gone away. I give the Celtics credit, but I really feel like we let one slip."

Ben Simmons had 11 points, 11 rebounds and five assists on Friday, the first rookie in 76ers franchise history to start his career with back-to-back double-doubles and the 11th rookie in NBA history to do so.

"It's a learning experience for us with a lot of young guys, but we have to capitalize, especially in the third quarter after we come back out," Simmons said.

The 76ers (0-2) also lost their season opener on Wednesday 120-115 to the Washington Wizards at the Capital One Arena.

Center Joel Embiid said before the game Friday that he does not expect to play Saturday against Toronto. He has had foot and knee injuries early in his career and his playing time has been restricted in games. He has not yet been cleared to consecutive nights.

"I just want to feel like an NBA player," Embiid said. "I feel like I'm not an NBA player because I don't play back-to-backs."

He did not participate in the second half of back-to-back games last season to reduce the chance of injury.

"This (season), there's not a lot of back-to-backs," Embiid said. "I feel like I'll miss some, but I'm not sure when. But I'll definitely play some back-to-backs this year."

Embiid scored 11 points on 4-of-16 shooting from the field and grabbed 14 rebounds in 28 minutes.

The Raptors (1-0) are trying to develop a more free-flowing, ball-moving offense with more emphasis on taking 3-pointers.

They also are going with a younger second unit led by 30-year-old veteran C.J. Miles, who went 6 of 9 on 3-pointers in scoring 22 points in the 117-100 win over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday in the season opener.

Miles, OG Anunoby, Fred VanVleet, Jakob Poeltl and Delon Wright provided a big spark coming off the bench. They produced a 15-0 run early in the second quarter that gave Toronto a 17-point lead.

Wright finished with 13 points, second to Miles on the second unit, as the Raptors got 48 points from the bench on 51.6 (16-of-31) shooting.

The second unit figures to be prominent again Saturday.

"I was really impressed with the young group, they came in and didn't look like they were a deer in the headlights," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said. "C.J. (Miles) was plus-25, OG (Anunoby) was plus-26, so they came in and did their job. They expanded the lead and didn't lose it and really impressed."

Miles was acquired as a free agent for his ability to shoot 3-pointers.

Wright is in his third season but missed the first 41 games last season after having right shoulder surgery.

"He is very unorthodox, but he uses his length very well," Casey said. "He has really worked on his 3-point shot, you are not shocked when he knocks it down.

"He fits with Kyle (Lowry) kind of like Cory (Joseph) did last year. He does a good job of playing tag team with Kyle, which is great. I think he and Freddy (VanVleet) also are a good mix together, so it gives them a good identity with the second unit.

"That's what we want to do to develop those guys and make sure they establish that and maintain it. There are going to be some nights where they may not be as good, but we have to live with it and have them grow. I can see them growing through exhibition and training camp."

Sixers forward-center Amir Johnson played six seasons in Toronto (2009-15), averaging 8.8 points and 6.3 rebounds in 451 games. He is the Raptors' career leader in field goal shooting percentage (.572), fourth in total rebounds (2,836) and fifth in games played (451).

Philadelphia guard Jerryd Bayless averaged 10.5 points in 91 games (2010-12) with Toronto.

Last Updated: 10/20/2018 1:53:06 AM EST

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