Philadelphia 76ers vs Phoenix Suns NBA Pick – March 27

The NBA is set up with another great slate of action throughout March 27. Seven games are up on the board throughout Sunday. One of these games will be between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Phoenix Suns. These two teams have been strong throughout this season and will look for a big win in this one. This game will tip off at around 6:00 PM Eastern time.

Philadelphia has earned a record of 46-27 so far this season, which has them sitting in second place of the Eastern Conference. The 76ers have won three games in a row and six of their last eight. Philadelphia is half a game back on the top seeded Miami Heat. The 76ers will look to move up in the standings with a big win on the road.

The Suns have posted a record of 60-14 throughout this season, which has them in the top spot of the Western Conference. Phoenix has won seven games in a row and nine of their last ten. The Suns have already clinched a playoff spot and have a nine game lead on the second spot. Phoenix will look to remain hot with a win in this one.

These two teams have been really strong this season and are competing at the top of their respective Conferences. Phoenix has been the better team this season and have been red hot as of late. The 76ers have been solid as well and will look to tie the top spot of the Conference with a win. If either team can come out quickly in this one, it could be enough for the win.

Game Overview

The following odds are courtesy of BetOnline:

Teams Spread Money Line Total
Philadelphia 76ers +5 (-110) Over 230 (-110)
Phoenix Suns -5 (-110) Under 230 (-110)


Team Data Philadelphia 76ers Phoenix Suns
Overall Record 46-27 20-14
Away/ Home Record 25-11 30-8
PPG 108.9 115.3
PPG Away/ Home 109.5 115.5
PAPG 106.6 106.9
PAPG Away/ Home 106.8 106.3

Betting Trends

Philadelphia 76ers

  • 35-37 ATS this season
  • 13-12 ATS as an underdog
  • 20-15 ATS in road games
  • 5-7 ATS in March
  • 5-2 ATS on Sunday
  • 4-5 ATS against Pacific division
  • 13-14 ATS after non-Conference game
  • 15-14 ATS in non-Conference games
  • 11-10 ATS after allowing 100 points or less
  • 11-13 ATS after a win by 10 or more points
  • 9-7 ATS after three or more straight wins
  • 18-19 ATS against team with a winning record

Phoenix Suns

  • 41-32 ATS this season
  • 36-28 ATS as a favorite
  • 18-20 ATS in home games
  • 8-5 ATS in March
  • 6-4 ATS on Sunday
  • 7-4 ATS when playing on two days rest
  • 5-3 ATS against Atlantic division
  • 16-12 ATS in non-Conference games
  • 0-2 ATS after allowing 130 points or more
  • 16-18 ATS after a win by 10 or more points
  • 6-2 ATS after scoring 130 points or more
  • 21-18 ATS after three straight wins
  • 18-12 ATS against team with a winning record

These two teams have met up once this season on February 8 in Philadelphia. Joel Embiid dropped 34 points and 12 rebounds. Tobias Harris added 30 points, but it was not enough. Devin Booker put up 35 points, while Mikal Bridges scored 23 points. Chris Paul added 16 points and 12 assists as the Suns earned a 114-109 win.

Field Goal Shooting

The 76ers have been solid shooting the ball throughout this season. Philadelphia has made 46.2 percent of their shots from the field, which is 15th in the league. The 76ers have shot 36 percent from behind the arc, which is 10th in the NBA. Philadelphia has sunk 82 percent of their shots from the free throw line, which is 1st in the league.

Phoenix has been really strong shooting the ball on the season. The Suns have been shooting 48.8 percent from the field, which is 1st in the NBA. Phoenix has made 36.8 percent of their shots from deep, which is 5th in the league. The Suns have drained 80.1 percent of their shots from the charity stripe, which is 7th in the NBA.

The Suns have been the better team shooting the ball and have the edge on defense in this one. Phoenix has held their opponents to a 44.3 percent from the field, which is 3rd in the league. Philadelphia has allowed opposing teams to shoot 45.5 percent from the field, which is 14th in the NBA. Both teams will look for their defense to lead them in this one.

Top Performers

Joel Embiid and James Harden have been the leaders for Philadelphia since joining after the All-Star break. Embiid is averaging 29.8 points and 11.3 rebounds per game. Harden has averaged 23 points, 7.6 rebounds and 9.9 assists per game. Tobias Harris is averaging 17.5 points and 6.9 rebounds. Tyrese Maxey has averaged 17.4 points per game to round out the lineup.

Devin Booker has been strong for the Suns on the season. Booker has averaged 26.3 points per game. Deandre Ayton is averaging 17.3 points and 10 rebounds per game. Chris Paul has averaged 15 points and 10.7 assists per game. Mikal Bridges has averaged 14.3 points. Cameron Payne rounds out the lineup, averaging 11.2 points per game.

These two teams have been led by their stars throughout this season. Embiid and Harden have matched up together to really spread the floor making the 76ers a more dangerous team. Phoenix has solid depth as well, making them dangerous up and down the floor. If either team can have some players step up in this one, it could be enough for the win.

Pick Overview

These two teams have been strong throughout this season and will look for a huge win on Sunday night. The 76ers lost the first game of the season series, but will look to come out stronger on the road with Harden in the lineup. Phoenix has been red hot though and will look to get the home crowd into it early. I expect a close game between these two teams.

BetOnline has the Suns listed as a -5 against the spread in this one. This gives a solid edge to Phoenix at home in this one. I think that this line should be a bit closer to even with both teams playing strong on the season. Philadelphia will look to come out quickly as they try to set the pace in this one. As underdogs in this one, I like the value on the 76ers to cover the spread.

The Bet
Philadelphia 76ers +5
Andruw Burling / Author

Andruw Burling has been writing sports picks since 2017, covering mainly NHL and NBA content, but doing work in other sports as well. Andruw grew up in Las Vegas and has been around sports since a young age. He grew up a huge NHL and NBA fan and continues to use that knowledge in his content today.

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