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NBL24 round seven stat attack: Kings vs Bullets

10 Nov
3 mins read
All the key stats heading into the Kings' round seven clash with Brisbane.

The Sydney Kings will take on the red-hot Brisbane Bullets on Sunday, in the club's lone round seven fixture.

Tipping off at 3.45pm (after the Flames and Melbourne Boomers WNBL fixture) at Qudos Bank Arena, the clash is shaping up as a beauty.

Before the two top-six sides hit the hardwood at Sydney Olympic Park, let's take a deep dive in the state that matter.

SYDNEY KINGS

  • Sydney has won each of its last nine games against Brisbane at Qudos Bank Arena
  • Sydney has won the second half in each of its last 12 home games after trailing at half-time.
  • Sydney has won 10 of its last 11 games against Brisbane after trailing at quarter-time.
  • Sydney has won each of its last 15 games after leading at half-time.
  • Sydney has won the second quarter in each of its last six games against Brisbane.
  • Jaylen Adams has scored 10+ points in 33 consecutive appearances - the longest active streak of any player in the league.
  • DJ Hogg has recorded 2+ blocks in three consecutive appearances - the longest active streak of any player in the league.
  • Alex Toohey scored a career-high 18 points in his last outing against Brisbane in round three.
  • Heading into round seven, Jordan Hunter has scored 32 second-chance points this season - most in the league.
  • Heading into round seven, Jordan Hunter ranks second among qualified players for blocks per game (1.6) this season.
  • Heading into round seven, Sydney ranks first in the league for points per game this season (94.9).
  • Heading into round seven, Sydney ranks first in the league for first quarter points per game this season (25.1).
  • Heading into round seven, Sydney ranks first in the league for assists (21.0) and rebounds (45.6) per game this season.
  • Heading into round seven, Sydney ranks first in the league for blocks per game this season (4.3).
  • Heading into round seven, Sydney ranks first in the league for three-point field goals made per game this season (12.1).

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BRISBANE BULLETS

  • Brisbane has lost the second half in each of its last five games.
  • Shannon Scott recorded 11 assists and zero turnovers in his last outing against Sydney in Round 3. No other player in the league has recorded 8+ assists with zero turnovers in a game this season.
  • Matthew Johns has played the most minutes without scoring a point (48:37) of any player in the league this season.
  • Chris Smith recorded a career-high five three-pointers in his last outing against Sydney in round three.
  • Tyrell Harrison scored a career-high 20 points against Tasmania on Saturday (after tying his career-high against the Phoenix on Thursday).
  • Heading into round seven, Nathan Sobey ranks first in the league for fast break points (31) this season.
  • Heading into round seven, Tyrell Harrison ranks first among qualified players for blocks per game (1.8) this season.
  • Heading into round seven, Rocco Zikarsky ranks 1st among qualified players for blocks per 36 minutes (4.3) this season.
  • Heading into round seven, Nathan Sobey ranks first among qualified players for points per game (20.5) this season.
  • Heading into round seven, Brisbane ranks second in the league for fourth-quarter points per game this season (24.2).
  • Heading into round seven, Brisbane ranks second in the league for blocks per game this season (4.0).
  • Heading into round seven, Brisbane ranks 10th in the league for three-point field goals made per game this season (6.7).
  • Heading into round seven, Brisbane ranks 10th in the league for Q1 points per game this season (20.5).

 

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