Betting on today’s Suns and 76ers game? Catch the action at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA, as the 76ers hosts this showdown at 1:00 ET on NBCS. This non-conference matchup has an over/under of 220.5 points, and the 76ers are favored to win at home vs. the Suns.


The Pick: Phoenix Suns +3.5

This game will be played at Wells Fargo Center at 1:00 ET on Saturday, November 4th.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 114-112 in favor of the Suns.
  • Our projections have Devin Booker finishing with Devin Booker points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists.
  • From the field, we have the Suns finishing with a field goal percentage of 52.5% and knocking down 12 threes.

Taking a Look at the Suns Chances in Philadelphia

With a win over the 76ers, the Suns, who currently have an overall season record of 2-3, can return to .500. On the road this season, the Suns have a record of 1-1, while at home, their record stands at 1-2.

Currently, Phoenix stands above .500 against the spread with a 3-2 ATS record. The Suns’ road performance against the spread remains flawless at 2-0, while their home record sits at 1-2 ATS.

Phoenix’s leading scorer is Kevin Durant, who has an effective field goal percentage of 56.8%, averages 27.4 points per game, and has achieved 2 double doubles in the 2023-2024 season.

The Suns’ offense is averaging 112.8 points per game this season (2023-2024), placing them 22nd in the NBA. They are also averaging 100.3 possessions per game, ranking 19th in the league, and 21.8 free throw attempts per game, which also ranks them 19th in the NBA.

Defensively, the Suns rank 14th in the NBA, giving up an average of 111 points per game. They are positioned 5th in opponent field goal percentage (44.2%), 3rd in opponent three-point percentage (31.9%), 11th in opponent free throw attempts per game (20.8), and 13th in blocks per game (5.6).

Will the 76ers Win at Home?

Philadelphia is coming off a recent game against the Raptors, in which the 76ers emerged victorious with a final score of 114-99. With this win, the 76ers’ overall record now stands at 3-1.

Philadelphia’s leading scorer was Joel Embiid, who recorded 28 points, 13 rebounds, and 7 assists, while Tobias Harris contributed 23 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists against Toronto. The team’s shooting percentages stood at 45.7% from the field, 36% from three, and 84% from the free throw line.

On offense, the Philadelphia 76ers made 84% of their free throw attempts, shooting 21 out of 25. They also had a field goal percentage of 45.7%, making 42 out of 92 shots from the field, and a three-point percentage of 36%, making 9 out of 25 attempts.

Defensively, the 76ers forced 14 turnovers, blocked 3 shots, and allowed 99 points on the defensive end in their most recent game. Additionally, they secured 31 defensive rebounds and recorded 12 steals.