Tune-In Tidbits: TNT Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019
02/12/2019 at 01:02pm
Get ready for Tuesday’s TNT doubleheader with key stats and trends to know about each matchup.
Boston Celtics (35-21) at Philadelphia 76ers (36-20), 8:00 ET, TNT
|Streak/Last 10||L2, 7-3||W2, 6-4|
|OffRtg||111.7 (9)||111.7 (10)|
|DefRtg||105.5 (5)||108.3 (10)|
|NetRtg||6.2 (3)||3.4 (8)|
|eFG%||53.6 (6)||53.9 (3)|
|Pace||100.28 (17)||102.74 (7)|
- Tobias Harris is averaging 18 PPG, 7 RPG and 4.5 APG on 57.7/62.6 shooting splits in his first two games with the 76ers, both wins.
- Over their first two games, the Redick/Harris/Butler/Embiid/Simmons lineup has a 121.4 offensive rating and a 98.6 defensive rating in just 30 minutes together, good for a 22.9 net rating and a 59.3 combined PIE.
- The Celtics have won both meetings with the 76ers this season, thanks to their relentless defense, owners of a 91.8 defensive rating in those meetings.
- Kyrie Irving (who will miss Tuesday’s game with a knee strain) put up 40 points and 10 rebounds in their last meeting, his 2nd 40-point double-double of the season. Only six players this season have put up at least 40 points and 10 rebounds while making at least five 3-pointers.
- Joel Embiid has averaged a team-best 28.5 points per game against the Celtics this season, while Ben Simmons takes the lead in rebounding at 14.5 per game. It is his highest rebound average against any opponent this season as Simmons nearly averages a triple-double (15.5 pts, 14.5 reb, 8.0 ast) against the Celtics.
Utah Jazz (32-24) at Golden State Warriors (40-15), 10:30 ET, TNT
|Streak/Last 10||W2, 7-3||W4, 9-1|
|OffRtg||108.4 (19)||116.1 (1)|
|DefRtg||105.3 (4)||108.7 (15)|
|NetRtg||3.1 (9)||7.4 (2)|
|eFG%||52.9 (13)||56.4 (1)|
|Pace||100.61 (14)||101.76 (10)|
Last 10 Games
- Utah is 7-3 over its last 10 games. The Jazz have a top 10 net rating over that span (10th at 4.4), and are led by Donovan Mitchell, scoring 25.5 PPG.
- The Warriors are 9-1 over their last 10 games and have outscored their opponents by a league-high 13.7 points per game during that stretch.
- Rudy Gobert is currently on a streak of 14 straight games with at least 2 blocks, the longest streak in the NBA this season. Anthony Davis had a streak of 16 games that spanned last season and the beginning of this season snapped on Oct. 26.
- The Warriors lead the NBA in assists per game (29.5) and assist percentage with 66.8% of their baskets being assisted. They have registered at least 25 assists in 21 consecutive games, by far the longest streak of any team this season. In the past 35 seasons, only six teams have put together streaks longer than 20 games; the Warriors own three of them from 2015 to the current run.