At 10:00 ET, the Sacramento Kings (-271) will host the Chicago Bulls (+219) in a non-conference matchup. The Kings are currently favored by 7, and the over/under line is sitting at 227.5.

Sacramento (34-25) is 6th in the Western Conference, while Chicago (28-32) is 9th in the East. The game will take place at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, and NBCS will have the TV coverage.


The Pick: Sacramento Kings -7

This game will be played at Golden 1 Center at 10:00 ET on Monday, March 4th.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 116-108 in favor of the Kings.
  • Our projections have De’Aaron Fox finishing with De’Aaron Fox points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists.
  • From the field, we have the Kings finishing with a field goal percentage of 47.4% and knocking down 15 threes.

Do the Bulls Have What it Takes on the Road?

The Bulls are 12-22 straight-up as the underdog this season, and they are 18-16 ATS in those games. On the road, their ATS record as the underdog is 15-13.

Chicago’s O/U record for the season is 31-28-1, and 46 of their games have had lower over/under lines than today’s (227.5). This year, their games have averaged 224.8 points.

In their last game, the Bulls lost to the Bucks by a score of 113-97. The O/U line for that game was 221.5, and Chicago was getting 3.5 points going into the game.

Overall, the Bulls are 28-32 this season, which has them in 9th place in the Eastern Conference. Against the spread, they are 31-28 and 15-13 on the road.

For the season, the Bulls are 12-22 as the underdog and 4-9 against other teams in the Central Division. Today, they are getting 7 points on the spread.

Chicago’s offense has struggled this season, as they are 25th in the league in scoring at 111.7 points per game. On the road, they are averaging 111.6 points per game.

When it comes to three-point shooting, the Bulls are 24th in the league at 35%. They are also 23rd in three-point attempts at 32.6 per game.

So far this season, Chicago has outscored the NBA scoring average in just 36.7% of their games. In terms of pace, the Bulls are 27th in the league at 97.1 possessions per game.

Coming into today’s game, the Bulls’ defense is giving up an average of 113.1 points per contest. When it comes to forced turnovers, the Bulls are forcing 11.7 per game, which is 3rd in the league. They also come into the game sitting 16th in blocked shots at 5 per game.

Do the Kings Have What it Takes to Win as Home Favorites?

Sacramento’s ATS record at home this season is 11-15, and they have lost two straight ATS at home. As the favorite, they are 19-21 ATS and have gone 8-11 ATS as the favorite. Today, they are favored by 7 points.

In their games this season, the Kings have averaged a scoring differential of +.7 points per game at home. The O/U line for their games has averaged 235.9, with an average of 236.1 points per game.

The Kings are 30-29 ATS for the season, and their O/U record is 31-27-1. In their last game, they covered the spread as 8.5-point underdogs in a 124-120 win over Minnesota. The O/U line for that game was 222.

Sacramento is currently 6th in the Western Conference with a record of 34-25. Against the West, they are 23-16 and 7-6 against other teams in the Pacific Division. In their win over Minnesota, the teams combined for 244 points.

So far this season, 52 of Sacramento’s games have had higher O/U lines than today’s line of 227.5. The team’s O/U record for the season is 31-27-1.

At home, the Kings are averaging 121.6 points per game, which is 7th in the NBA. Overall, they are 8th in the league with 118.2 points per game. Sacramento has outscored the NBA scoring average in 64.4% of their games this season.

So far, the Kings have made an average of 14.6 three-pointers per game, which is 4th in the NBA. In terms of field goal percentage, they are shooting 48% from the field, which is 11th in the league.

In terms of pace, Sacramento is 10th in the NBA with 100.1 possessions per game. They are also 6th in assists, averaging 28.7 per game.

The Kings’ defense is presently ranked 22nd in the league, allowing an average of 117.9 points per contest. Sacramento struggled on the boards in their last game vs. the Timberwolves, giving up 14. For the game, Minnesota scored 120 points in the game.