76ers vs Sacramento Kings
Through 296 regular season games, the Philadelphia 76ers have a clear advantage over the Sacramento Kings, boasting a 168-128 record. The history between the two teams dates back to 1963, though, when the teams were known as the Syracuse Nationals and Cincinnati Royals, respectively. They even shared the Eastern Conference throughout the 1960s and met in the Conference Semifinals four times, with the Sixers winning the two most recent series.
In the 1965 Eastern Division Semifinals, the Sixers won the best of five series 3 games to 1. Wilt Chamberlain averaged 19.7 rebounds per game, and scored 38 points in the deciding game four. Hal Greer tacked on 28.5 points per game, including a staggering 37 to set the tone in Game 1.
After moving to Sacramento in 1985 and about a decade of being a serious championship contender behind the likes of Chris Webber, Mike Bibby, Peja Stojakovic, and others, the Kings now star De’Aaron Fox and Tyrese Haliburton. They face Seth Curry, Tyrese Maxey, and the Sixers twice in the 2021-22 NBA regular season, including one game at The Center in South Philly. Don’t hesitate – Get your tickets from Ticketmaster today!
The 76ers have taken five straight games against the Sacramento Kings, including their most recent regular season matchup on March 20, 2021. Despite Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons being out with injuries, the Sixers put on a high scoring display led by Tobias Harris and Shake Milton who scored 29 and 28 points, respectively, on their way to a 129-105 victory in Philadelphia.
Sixers vs. Kings Recent History
March 20, 2021: W – 76ers vs. Kings 129 - 105
February 9, 2021: W – 76ers @ Sacramento 119 - 111
March 5, 2020: W – 76ers @ Sacramento 125 - 108
November 27, 2019: W – 76ers vs. Kings 97 - 91
March 15, 2019: W – 76ers vs. Kings 123 - 114