Toronto Raptors vs Philadelphia 76ers
Monday night, the Philadelphia 76ers will play against the Toronto Raptors at Wells Fargo Center in Game 5 of their series. The Sixers are leading 3-1 in this series and they open as 8-point favourites. The over/under for this match is set at 210.
Toronto Raptors Last Game Stats
The Raptors won Game 4, 110-102, to avoid a sweep and keep their NBA Finals hopes alive. Toronto ended the game with a 42.0 percent field goal percentage (37 of 88), making 8 of its 34 3s. The Raptors converted 28 of 35 charity opportunities for an 80% success rate. They grabbed 46 rebounds, 13 of which were offensive. In addition to that, they recorded 19 assists and five turnovers. They also had 9 steals. Toronto has allowed its opponent to shoot 42.5 percent from the field on 34 of 80 attempts in this game.
Philadelphia 76ers Last Game Stats
The Sixers had a total of 41 dime and 24 shots in the game. In addition, the team grabbed 35 boards (6 offensive, 29 defensive) and blocked 6 shots. Philadelphia finished 84 percent from the charity stripe, converting 21 of 25 shots. They made 13 of their 31 three-point attempts. The Raptors had 20 personal fouls, while the Sixers had 15. Pascal Siakam was a factor in this clash. He scored 34 points on 10 of 19 shooting, which helped his team win. He was on the court for 44 minutes and grabbed 8 rebounds. Siakam went 52.6 percent from the field and had 5 assists.
Toronto Raptors Season 21/22
Toronto enters this contest with a 48-34 record. They lose the ball over 12.5 times per game, and as a unit, they commit 19.6 fouls per game. Raptors as a team are grabbing 45.3 boards per game and having 1,809 assists this season, putting them 29th in the NBA in terms of passing. The Toronto Raptors are hitting 34.9 percent of their tries from downtown (979 out of 2,808), and 75.9% from the free-throw line. They’re scoring 109.4 points per game (20th in the league) while shooting 44.5%. On the defensive end, Toronto allows 15.8 steals per game and draws 19.1 fouls. They’re currently ranked 20th in assists allowed, having given up 2,076 this season. Toronto’s defense has allowed a 46.2 percent shooting clip (3,197 of 6,919) and gives up 44.0 rebounds per game as a team.
They give up 35.4% of their long-distance shots and are ranked 7th in the NBA in opponents points per game (107.1). In terms of rebounding, Philadelphia gave up 33 to Toronto in Game 4 (13 offensive). They shot 8 for 34 and finished the game at 28 of 35 from the free-throw line (80.0 percent) to finish this game with a 23.5 percent 3-point success rate. The Sixers let the Raptors shoot 42 percent from the field, allowing them to make 37 out of 88 shots. The 76ers went 34 for 80 from the field, which had a shooting percentage of 42.5 percent. With regards to shooting from downtown, the Philadelphia 76ers made 13 of their 31 attempts (41.9 percent). They were able to sink 21 of the free throws for a success rate of 84%.
Will Harden Be the Key Player for 76ers?
The 76ers committed 11 personal fouls during the game, which resulted in 25 free-throw attempts for Toronto. The 76ers also coughed up the ball 15 times and had 4 steals in this game. The Sixers picked up 35 defensive rebounds, 6 offensive rebounds, and 41 total rebounds in the game. For the game, James Harden converted 5 of 17 field goal attempts for a 29.4 percent success rate and 5 rebounds in the game. He had 22 points, 9 assists, and 4 steals in 42 minutes of action. The Philadelphia 76ers have a record of 51-31 this season. The Sixers are shooting 46.6 percent from the field, which puts them 16th in the NBA.
The Sixers have scored 9,015 points this season (109.9 per game), while they collect 42.3 rebounds per game. They have a 23.7 assist rate (21st in the league), and they are losing the ball 12.5 times each game. The 76ers commit an average of 19.4 fouls per game and connect on 82.1 percent of their free throws, according to the official NBA stats. The Sixers’ defense gives up 34.6 percent from behind the arc (931 of 2,692) and opposing teams make 76.9 percent of their attempts from the free throw line. They surrender 23.6 assists and 44.2 total boards per game, which has them ranked 7th and 17th in the NBA. The Sixers are 9th in the NBA in points allowed per game with 107.3. They average 13.3 TOs a game and have given up 45.8 percent shooting (15th in the league).