The Washington Wizards (1-0) take on the Indiana Pacers (0-1) at Capital One Arena on Friday, October 22, 2021. The game tips at 7:00 PM ET. Want to stream this matchup? Read on for all the details you need, including how to watch on FuboTV.
How to Watch Pacers vs. Wizards
- Game Day: Friday, October 22, 2021
- Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
- TV: NBC Sports Networks
- Arena: Capital One Arena
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Betting Information for Pacers vs. Wizards
Key Stats for Wizards vs. Pacers
- Last year, the 115.3 points per game the Pacers put up were just 3.2 fewer points than the Wizards gave up (118.5).
- When Indiana scored more than 118.5 points last season, it went 19-5.
- When Washington allowed fewer than 115.3 points last season, it went 21-10.
- The Wizards' 116.6 points per game last year were just 1.3 more points than the 115.3 the Pacers allowed to opponents.
- Washington went 27-14 last season when it scored more than 115.3 points.
- Indiana's record was 27-16 when it allowed fewer than 116.6 points last season.
- The Wizards ranked eighth in rebounding in the NBA. The Pacers finished 24th.
- The Pacers and the Wizards were evenly matched on the offensive boards last season, with the teams averaging 9.0 and 9.7 offensive rebounds per game, respectively.
- The Wizards were the eighth-ranked offensive rebounding team in the NBA. The Pacers finished 26th.
Pacers Players to Watch
- Domantas Sabonis averaged 20.3 points, 12.0 rebounds, and 6.7 assists per game last season.
- Malcolm Brogdon averaged 21.2 points per game while tacking on 5.3 rebounds and 5.9 assists.
- Brogdon hit an average of 2.6 shots per game from beyond the arc a season ago.
- T.J. McConnell and Justin Holiday were defensive standouts last season, with McConnell averaging 1.9 steals per game and Holiday collecting 0.6 blocks per contest.
Wizards Players to Watch
- Bradley Beal scored 31.3 points and distributed 4.4 assists per game last season.
- Montrezl Harrell averaged 6.2 boards per game in addition to his 13.5 PPG average.
- Davis Bertans knocked down 3.0 threes per game a season ago.
- Beal and Daniel Gafford were defensive standouts last season, with Beal averaging 1.2 steals per game and Gafford collecting 1.4 blocks per contest.