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Cleveland Cavaliers 'Under Pressure' Going into Road Trip to Face Strengthened Philadelphia 76ers
Two teams, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Philadelphia 76ers, are meeting in Philadelphia on Tuesday night. The Cavaliers are coming off of an upset win over the Denver Nuggets, while the 76ers recently enjoyed a comfortable victory over the Brooklyn Nets on the road. Historically the 76ers have an advantage in the series with 116-107, and have won the last two games between the teams. Philadelphia is the betting favorite with a line of -7.5 and the line has remained unchanged.
- When: Tuesday, 11/21/2023 @ 7:30pm EST
- Where: Wells Fargo Center Stadium
- Moneyline: Cavaliers +255 | 76ers -315
- Spread: Cavaliers +7.5 (-110) | 76ers -7.5 (-110)
- Total: Over/Under 220.5 (-110)
- Based on the moneyline, the implied probability that Philadelphia will win straight-up is 76%.
Cleveland vs Philadelphia Stats
Injuries include Donovan Mitchell (hamstring) and Caris LeVert (knee) who are questionable for the upcoming game, as well as Tristan Thompson, Dean Wade, Max Strus, Ty Jerome (ankle), Georges Niang, Craig Porter and Damian Jones who are all out.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are 7-6 (5-8 ATS) for the season and ranked 3rd in the Central Division, two games behind the Bucks for the top spot. They boast a #17 power ranking and hold an average of 111.2 points per game in offense and 111 points per game in defense. They have an average field goal percentage of 47.5% and 11.3 three-pointers per game. Currently, the Cavaliers have multiple players dealing with injuries, with 4 questionable and 7 out.
Philadelphia 76ers Analysis
The Philadelphia 76ers maintain their second spot in the Atlantic Division with an overall 10-3 record, after a 12-point lead against the Nets Sunday afternoon in Brooklyn, allowing a maximum of 27-point difference. Joel Embiid leads the 76ers with 31.9 points, 11.2 rebounds and 6.2 assists per game, followed by Tyrese Maxey (26.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, 7.1 assists), Tobias Harris (19.5 points, 6.8 rebounds), Kelly Oubre Jr. (16.3 points, 5.1 rebounds) and De'Anthony Melton (11.8 points, 3.8 assists). With an offense ranking of 3rd for scoring and 8th for rebounding, 14th for assists, and 7th (37.01%) for three-pointers, the 76ers continue to be a force in the division.
The Philadelphia 76ers maintain their second spot in the Atlantic Division with an overall 10-3 record. Led by Joel Embiid's 31.9 points, 11.2 rebounds and 6.2 assists per game, the 76ers have a strong offense, ranked 3rd for scoring, 8th for rebounding, 14th for assists, and 7th (37.01%) for three-pointers. The defense is also solid, with a 14th rank for scoring defense and an 8th rank for field goal percentage. The 76ers trounced the Brooklyn Nets on the road Sunday afternoon with a 12-point lead and a maximum of 27-point difference.
Cavaliers 'Under Pressure' Going into Road Trip to Face Strengthened 76ers
The Cavaliers have won the last three games, but the upcoming road trip to Philadelphia may prove difficult due to the 76ers' formidable lineup. Should Mitchell and/or LeVert not play, Cleveland would be missing their top four scoring players. Despite lacking Oubre Jr., Philadelphia is playing well due to Embiid and Maxey's increased presence. As one of the most prolific offensive teams this season, the 76ers have also had success in recent meetings with Cleveland. Though the Cavaliers have a chance, it's likely difficult for them to contain both Embiid and Maxey. Thus, the 76ers should prevail.
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