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PHILADELPHIA (47 - 25) at ATLANTA (25 - 48)
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PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games47-25+2.734-3835-36115.259.647.1%55.9111.856.345.3%52.4
Road Games18-16+3.515-1916-18112.257.645.9%56.2114.157.645.8%53.8
Last 5 Games5-0+52-34-1119.059.446.9%60.2113.457.244.1%50.6
PHILADELPHIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)115.259.641-8847.1%11-3035.8%22-2877.7%561127228155
vs opponents surrendering110.755.641-8946.0%11-3235.4%18-2376.6%541024218145
Team Stats (Road Games)112.257.641-8945.9%11-3234.0%20-2675.8%561126228165
Stats Against (All Games)111.856.341-9145.3%10-3033.9%19-2477.2%521023228134
vs opponents averaging110.655.541-8945.9%11-3235.5%18-2376.8%531024218145
Stats Against (Road Games)114.157.642-9345.8%10-3132.9%19-2478.0%541123228134

ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games25-48+136-3741-31112.457.545.2%54.8118.559.947.2%55.2
Home Games14-22-1.415-2120-15114.457.645.5%55.7118.759.946.5%55.6
Last 5 Games2-3+0.53-23-2113.058.445.8%55.6115.259.445.1%54.6
ATLANTA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)112.457.541-9145.2%13-3635.3%18-2375.4%551226248175
vs opponents surrendering110.655.641-8946.0%11-3235.4%18-2376.7%541024218145
Team Stats (Home Games)114.457.642-9245.5%13-3735.1%18-2476.3%561127247165
Stats Against (All Games)118.559.943-9047.2%12-3436.0%21-2875.3%5510272210155
vs opponents averaging110.355.441-8945.8%11-3235.4%18-2376.5%531024218145
Stats Against (Home Games)118.759.942-9146.5%13-3635.8%21-2875.0%5610272310145
Average power rating of opponents played: PHILADELPHIA 95.3,  ATLANTA 95
PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/13/2019@ NEW YORK126-111W-10W222.5O42-7853.8%571540-10040.0%5312
2/25/2019@ NEW ORLEANS111-110W-2.5L240U44-10143.6%651944-10442.3%6513
2/28/2019@ OKLAHOMA CITY108-104W4W239.5U42-9245.7%601338-8743.7%5412
3/2/2019GOLDEN STATE117-120L5W238.5U39-8744.8%532141-8150.6%4913
3/6/2019@ CHICAGO107-108L-3.5L230.5U40-8746.0%541541-9344.1%5713
3/8/2019@ HOUSTON91-107L8L230U35-9536.8%641842-8549.4%4917
3/17/2019@ MILWAUKEE130-125W6W230O47-10047.0%691343-9545.3%5010
3/19/2019@ CHARLOTTE118-114W1W222.5O43-8650.0%49736-8343.4%599
3/23/2019@ ATLANTA              
3/25/2019@ ORLANDO              
3/30/2019@ MINNESOTA              
4/1/2019@ DALLAS              
4/3/2019@ ATLANTA              
4/6/2019@ CHICAGO              

ATLANTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/12/2019LA LAKERS117-113W6W239.5U40-9243.5%632041-9543.2%5615
2/14/2019NEW YORK91-106L-7.5L228U33-9136.3%501238-8445.2%6614
2/25/2019@ HOUSTON111-119L12.5W234.5U39-8048.7%481739-9043.3%5512
3/3/2019@ CHICAGO123-118W4W229O42-8947.2%571347-9251.1%5014
3/4/2019@ MIAMI113-114L10W221.5O38-9141.8%501444-7955.7%5018
3/6/2019SAN ANTONIO104-111L5.5L233.5U36-9239.1%541444-8949.4%5715
3/10/2019NEW ORLEANS128-116W-2W237.5O48-9849.0%61945-10144.6%488
3/16/2019@ BOSTON120-129L10.5W234O43-10043.0%591744-9347.3%6114
3/17/2019@ ORLANDO91-101L9L225.5U38-9141.8%531833-8538.8%6214
3/26/2019@ NEW ORLEANS              
4/2/2019@ SAN ANTONIO              
4/5/2019@ ORLANDO              
4/7/2019@ MILWAUKEE              
PHILADELPHIA: LAST SEASON: 52-30, lost in Eastern Conference semifinals.
COACH: Brett Brown (sixth season)
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Ben Simmons (15.8 ppg), G JJ Redick (17.1 ppg), F Robert Covington (12.6 ppg), F Dario Saric (14.6 ppg), C Joel Embiid (22.9 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: F Marco Belinelli, F Ersan Ilyasova
KEY ADDITIONS: F Wilson Chandler, G Zhaire Smith, G Landry Shamet PLAYER TO WATCH: Markelle Fultz was the No. 1 pick of the 2017 draft and was expected to team with Simmons and Embiid to form a Big Three nucleus. Fultz instead was a big bust. Fultz' pitiful rookie year derailed by a mysterious shoulder injury, a broken shot and confidence issues. He played the first four games, missed 68 games because of injury, then was persona non grata in the postseason. He said he took 150,000 shots with his shot doctor this summer and even made a 3-pointer in the preseason after not making one last season.
OUTLOOK: The Sixers underwent their roster-stripping 'Process' because they were tired of being mediocre with no realistic hope of improvement. But if Fultz doesn't make a leap, they'll be stuck as a 50-win team that can't get past the second round of the playoffs. There are worse things, but the end result of the Process was supposed to be a championship and fans are getting restless.
ATLANTA: LAST SEASON: 24-58, missed playoffs.
COACH: Lloyd Pierce (first season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Trae Young (27.4 ppg, University of Oklahoma), G Kent Bazemore (12.9 ppg), C Alex Len (8.5 ppg, Phoenix), F Taurean Prince (14.1 ppg), F John Collins (10.5 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G Dennis Schroder
KEY ADDITIONS: Young, G Kevin Huerter, F Omari Spellman, G Vince Carter
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Young, the fifth overall draft pick, is an exciting point guard who's likely to make a lot of rookie mistakes. Collins is primed to boost his scoring after spending the offseason to improve his jump shot. Prince has emerged as a team leader. Rookies Huerter and Spellman are first-round picks.
OUTLOOK: This season marks the second under general manager Travis Schlenk and the first of a complete rebuild. He and Pierce will take a patient approach with a young team that might struggle to win 20 games. The Hawks hope they drafted a franchise cornerstone in Young, but they aren't pressing him. Young was in high school two years ago and struggled at times in the second half of his only season at Oklahoma. Collins and Prince should be better in their second and third seasons, and Pierce will find opportunities for Huerter and Spellman if they earn the minutes in practice.
Hawks still want to make trouble for Sixers

The Atlanta Hawks aren't going to make the playoffs this season. But they could have an influence on the plans for those who are headed for postseason, such as the Philadelphia 76ers, who visit Atlanta on Saturday.

The Hawks caused problems for the Utah Jazz on Thursday, knocking them off 117-114 and throwing them into a four-way tie for fifth place in the Western Conference.

Philadelphia's position is less fluid; the Sixers are solidly in third place in the Eastern Conference, but don't want to see momentum slow from their current six-game winning streak.

"We know that we can beat anybody in the league," Philadelphia's Ben Simmons said after Wednesday's 118-115 win over the Boston Celtics. "It's just a matter of doing it and having it on paper and having that confidence going into the playoffs."

But Atlanta, which plays Eastern Conference powers Philadelphia and Milwaukee two more times apiece over its final nine games, plans to keep playing hard until the end.

"It's important for everyone in this locker room to go out strong," Atlanta rookie Trae Young said. "Going out strong will help us next year."

The Hawks will need to find a way to slow Philadelphia center Joel Embiid, has played only one time against Atlanta this season and collected 10 points and six rebounds. That's far below his season average of 27.5 points and 13.8 rebounds.

Embiid missed the game with Milwaukee on March 19 as a scheduled day to deal with ongoing left knee soreness that has kept him out of nine games. The off day seemed to sit well with him. The extra rest -- and the motivation that came when he was pushed from behind by Boston's Keith Smart -- helped motivate him to produce 37 points and 22 rebounds.

The shove resulted in an altercation between Embiid and Smart. Both had to be restrained by teammates and no punches were thrown. After a video review, Smart was ejected for a Flagrant 2 foul. The incident inspired Embiid, who scored the next eight points.

Philadelphia coach Brett Brown said, "He showed in many ways how much it means to him and I respect his tenacity."

"It was good to get this win," Embiid said. "It was a great step to what we're trying to do here. I knew I had to come out and be extra physical and set the tone."

Atlanta needs to find a way to keep forward John Collins in the game. The second-year forward has been plagued by fouls the last three games and fouled out

Thursday for the second straight night. The Hawks beat Utah despite Collins only producing nine points and eight rebounds, far below his season averages of 19.5 points and 9.7 rebounds.

Young has picked up the slack and had 23 points and 11 rebounds against the Jazz. He sparked the Hawks' successful fourth-quarter surge and put them ahead to stay with a late three-point play. Young is averaging 18.5 points and 7.8 assists and has re-entered the conversation for NBA Rookie of the Year.

Philadelphia's Jimmy Butler enters the game on a roll. He scored 22 points against Boston and has scored 20-plus points in four straight games, his longest streak since being acquired from the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Atlanta and Philadelphia split their first two meetings, both played in Philadelphia, with the Sixers winning 113-92 on Oct. 29 and the Hawks winning 123-121 on Jan. 11.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 7/22/2019 7:47:37 AM EST

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