NBA Summer League: Philadelphia 76ers vs Boston Celtics Odds and Predictions
Philadelphia 76ers will be back in action after having highly productive NBA season. They will be playing their 3rd game of NBA Summer League. On Saturday the 76ers will take on Boston Celtics. In first game Philadelphia defeated Dallas Mavericks and in last game they defeated Atlanta Hawks by a score difference of 96-88.
The 76ers trailed by 8 points in first half. However, by the end of 2nd half, the game was tied at 86 points each. It was in extra times, the game result was decided with 76ers winning against the Pistons. Boston Celtics on the other hand have already played 3 of their 4 games and are currently leading the points table will 3 wins in 3 games.
In last game Boston Celtics defeated Orlando Magic by massive 108-71 score difference. Sam Hauser pegged in most points for Celtics, 21 followed by Aaron Nesmith who added 18 points to his teams total.
Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas will be hosting the two teams.
Win Probability: 68%
Win Probability: 32%
NBA Summer League: Philadelphia 76ers vs Boston Celtics Odds and Predictions: Match Details
Philadelphia 76ers vs Boston Celtics
Scheduled Date and Time: 14th August, 5PM ET
Venue: Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas
NBA Summer League: Philadelphia 76ers vs Boston Celtics Odds and Predictions: Last NBA Form
Philadelphia 76ers were on top of their game in last season. They made into playoffs as No. 1 team from Eastern Conference. In first round of the playoffs they defeated Washington Wizards by 4-1 and went on to face Atlanta Hawks in Eastern Conference semi-finals. However, they faced a exit in semi-finals as they lost the 7 games series to Hawks by 3-4.
The 76ers had a total of 49 wins and 23 defeats in the regular season.
Boston Celtics on the other hand had an average last season. They made into the playoffs with 36 wins and 36 defeats in regular season. However, in playoffs they lost to Brooklyn Nets by 1-4.
Philadelphia 76ers vs Detroit Pistons Odds and Predictions: Head-to-head
The head-to-head record between the two teams suggest, Boston Celtics having an edge over 76ers. The two teams have played a total of 455 games in regular season. Philadelphia 76ers have been successful on 192 occasions while Philadelphia 76ers have won 262 games.
In last 5 games between the two teams, there has been a complete domination of Philadelphia 76ers. They won 4 games and lost just 1 game to Celtics in last five head-to-head clash between them.
In last NBA season, the two teams met three for one-on-one game. 76ers won all the 3 games.
Philadelphia 76ers vs Detroit Pistons Odds and Predictions: Predicted Winner
Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics will clash on Saturday night in NBA Summer League game. The game will be played at neutral venue, therefore both the teams will have an equal chances of win. However, the recent form and also considering the head-to-head stats between the two teams, Philadelphia 76ers is well placed to register a win against the Pistons.
However, the latest Philadelphia 76ers vs Detroit Pistons Odds and Predictions predicts a win for Boston Celtics in tonight’s game.
NBA Summer League: Philadelphia 76ers vs Detroit Pistons Odds and Predictions: About the League
The 2021 NBA Summer League is the 16th edition of MGM Resorts NBA Summer League featuring all the 30 NBA teams. The season began on 13th August and will come to end on 17th August with two best teams playing the championship game.
NBA Summer League: Philadelphia 76ers vs Detroit Pistons Odds and Predictions: Format
• All 30 NBA teams will participate. A total of 75 games will be played.
• Each team will play a total of five games. • Each team will play four games from Aug. 8-15.
• The top two teams from their first four games will play in the Championship Game (Aug. 17). Seeding for the Championship Game will be determined by winning percentage with tiebreakers set forth below.
• The 28 teams not playing in the Championship Game will play a fifth game on either Aug. 16 or 17.
• Consolation games will be determined by various factors, including team rivalries, broadcast interest and other scheduling considerations (e.g., timing of back-to-backs).