The 2002 West 1st Round of the NBA Playoffs featured Utah Jazz vs. Sacramento Kings head-to-head, and both teams battled 4 times. Out of the 4 game series of the 1st Round of the 2002 NBA Playoffs, Sacramento Kings outdueled Utah Jazz , coming ontop of the series and winning 4 playoff games as opposed to Utah Jazz ’s 0 playoff games victories.
As we examine the head-to-head stats between both teams, we can see that Utah Jazz had an offensive rating of 95.6, defensive rating of 98.9, 26.0 free-throw attempts, and 19.0 three-point attempts, shooting it at a 0.316 percent clip as a team. Sacramento Kings had an offensive rating of 98.9, defensive rating of 95.6, 38.0 free-throw attempts, 16.0 three-point attempts shooting it at a 0.313 percent clip as a team in this playoff game. During the regular season, Utah Jazz finished the game with a record of 91 , and Sacramento Kings recorded Utah Jazz possessions throughout the course of the basketball game. Evaluating Utah Jazz vs Sacramento Kings’s based on the advanced stats, Utah Jazz had a better score in the effective shooting percentage category with 0.459 percent, Utah Jazz had a better score in terms of turnover percentage with 12.1 vs 22.0.
The most impactful players on each team in the Utah Jazz vs. Sacramento Kings matchup of the 2002 West 1st Round NBA Playoffs were Donyell Marshall and Mike Bibby based 25 minutes or greater game-minutes played. Donyell Marshall for the Utah Jazz in the 1st Round of the NBA Playoffs, put up 12.0 and made 6.0 , 2.0 offensive rebounds 2.0 defensive rebounds, 1.0 assists performance, with a Player Impact Estimate (PIE) of 0.21. While Mike Bibby put up 17.0 and made 8.0, 0.0 offensive rebounds, 5.0 defensive rebounds, 5.0 assists performance, with a Player Impact Estimate (PIE) of 0.202.