LIVE: Sacramento Kings at Philadelphia 76ers
WED, NOV 27, 2019
7:00 PM ET
Sacramento Kings at Philadelphia 76ers
Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Sacramento Kings end their four-game East Coast excursion with a stop in Philadelphia to take on the 76ers at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. This is Sacramento’s third game over the most recent four days. The Kings are 1-2 on the present outing and are falling off a 103- 102 misfortune to the Boston Celtics on Monday. The 76ers had their four game series of wins snapped on Monday as they tumbled to the Toronto Raptors 101- 96. Philadelphia had scored over 100 focuses in five straight games before Monday’s loss.
Sacramento hopes to end excursion on a high noteThe Kings, who lost to Brooklyn 116- 97 before pulsating Washington 113- 106 in the initial two legs of their excursion, lost a heartbreaker to the Celtics on Monday. Bogdan Bogdanovich, who had 13 focuses and eight helps, missed a potential game-winning shot in the disappearing seconds against the Celtics. Buddy Hield had a lifelong game for the Kings, as he had profession bests in focuses (41), minutes (42), three-point endeavors (21), and three-pointers made (11). His 11 three-pointers were an establishment record. Harrison Barnes contributed with 20 focuses in the losing effort.
Hield drives the way repulsively, averaging 20.4 focuses per game on 42.5% shooting from the floor, 39.6% from three-point run, and 88.6% from the foul line. Second driving scorer, De’Aaron Fox has been out of activity for half a month and is relied upon to miss in any event one more week or two. Barnes and Bogdanovich are next averaging 16.1 and 15.2 focuses per game, individually. Richaun Holmes drives the group in bounce back at 8.1.
The Kings come into Wednesday night’s activity averaging 105.3 focuses per game, which is the fourth most reduced in the NBA. They are ninth in the alliance in three-point shooting rate at 36.9% and they are the subsequent most noticeably terrible bouncing back group at 41.3 sheets a game. Sacramento has the 6th most noticeably awful rivals field objective rate at 47.3%.
Philadelphia attempts to bob again from lossJoel Embiid was held scoreless without precedent for his vocation on Monday as the Philadelphia 76ers lost just because since November 15, 101- 96 to the Toronto Raptors. Josh Richardson, who midpoints 16.6 focuses per game scored a game-high 25 focuses and Tobias Harris scored 18 in the losing exertion. Embiid had a group high 13 bounce back and Al Horford had a twofold with 11 focuses and 10 rebounds.
Despite the zero against the Raptors, Embiid still leads the group with 21 focuses per game and 11.8 bounce back per game. Harris, Richardson, Horford, and Ben Simmons all contribute among 12.9 and 18 focuses per game for the 76ers.
Philadelphia is averaging over 109 focuses per game and they are in the top 10 in the NBA in a few classes. They are seventh in field objective rate (47%) and bouncing back (47 per game), fifth in takes (8.8), 10th in squares (5.4), and eighth in rivals focuses (104.8). They are, anyway fouth most noticeably terrible in the group in free toss rate at 72.6%.
Full-Game Side Bet
The Sacramento Kings have five sound players that normal in twofold figures, drove by Buddy Hield. Hield is falling off a lifelong game, so search for him to remain hot. The Kings barely lost to the Celtics on Monday, so they will convey that force into Philadelphia. The 76ers are just 2-5 against the spread against groups with a losing record. They are falling off a misfortune to the Raptors, so search for it to be a nearby game with the Kings covering the spread.
Prediction: Sacramento Kings +9.5
Full-Game Total Pick
The 76ers are falling off a game in which they scored 96 focuses with their driving scorer held scoreless. Embiid will get into the scoring on Wednesday, so search for Philadelphia to score well finished 100 focuses in this one. The Kings have scored over 100 the last two games and will proceed with that pattern. Take the over in this one.
Prediction: Over 209