The Cleveland Cavaliers (2-0) host the Philadelphia 76ers (2-0) at after Collin Sexton racked up 32 points in the Cavaliers’ 128-119 victory over the Pistons. The game airs on FS-OH at 7:30 PM ET on Sunday, December 27, 2020. The point total is set at in the matchup.
The betting insights in this article reflect data from DraftKings sportsbook as of December 27, 2020, 1:06 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
76ers vs Cavaliers Betting Odds
Injury Report as of December 27
Dylan Windler: Out (Wrist),
Kevin Porter Jr.: Day To Day (Personal),
Matthew Dellavedova: Day To Day (Concussion)
76ers Key Players
Cavaliers Key Players
- Last season, the 76ers had a 46.4% shooting percentage from the field, which was 2.7% lower than the 49.1% of shots the Cavaliers’ opponents made.
- In games Philadelphia shot better than 49.1% from the field, it went 15-10-2 against the spread and 23-5 overall.
- Cleveland went 16-5-1 against the spread and 14-8 overall when allowing opponents to shoot higher than 46.4% from the field.
- The Cavaliers shot at a 45.8% clip from the field last season, 0.4 percentage points fewer than the 46.2% shooting opponents of the 76ers averaged.
- Last season, Cleveland had a 17-10 record against the spread and an 11-16 record overall in games the team collectively shot better than 46.2% from the field.
- Philadelphia went 18-18-2 against the spread and 27-11 overall in games it allowed opponents to shoot above 45.8% from the field.
- The 76ers made 36.2% of their three-point shots last season, 1.3% lower than the 37.5% the Cavaliers allowed opponents to shoot from deep.
- Philadelphia went 20-16 against the spread and 24-13 overall when it shot better than 37.5% from distance.
- Cleveland went 22-6-1 against the spread while putting together a 15-14 straight-up record when its opponents shot over 36.2% from three-point range.
- The Cavaliers hit 35.1% of their shots from beyond the arc, which was 0.2 percentage points fewer than the 35.3% the 76ers’ opponents averaged last season.
- Cleveland had a 19-13-1 ATS record and is 11-22 straight-up when the team hit more than 35.3% of its three-point attempts.
- Philadelphia had a 19-16 ATS record and a 25-11 straight-up record last season when it knocked down more than 35.1% of its three-point attempts.
- The 76ers hit 11.4 three-pointers per game last season, only 0.2 more makes per game than the Cavaliers gave up (11.2).
- When Philadelphia made more three-pointers than its opponents last season, it went 21-19 against the spread and 27-14 overall. When Cleveland was out-shot from deep by its opponents, it was 16-24 ATS and 13-27 straight up.
- The Cavaliers ranked 21st in the NBA in made three-pointers last season, while the 76ers gave up the least made threes in the league.
76ers vs Cavaliers Stat Rankings
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