Planning on watching today’s Warriors and Kings game? Catch the action at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, CA, as the Kings hosts this showdown at 10:00 ET on ESPN. The over/under for this game is set at 239.5 points, and the Kings are the home favorites against the Warriors in a Pacific division matchup.
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS VS SACRAMENTO KINGS BETTING PICK
The Pick: Golden State Warriors +4
This game will be played at Golden 1 Center at 10:00 ET on Friday, October 27th.
WHY BET THE GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS:
- We have this one finishing with a projected score of 108-107 in favor of the Warriors.
- Our projections have Stephen Curry finishing with Stephen Curry points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists.
- From the field, we have the Warriors finishing with a field goal percentage of 48.2% and knocking down 14 threes.
Will the Warriors Defense Show Up on the Road?
Golden State is coming off a defeat by the Phoenix Suns in their most recent game, with a final score of 108-104. The combined score of the game was 212, falling short of the over/under line of 235. Despite being favored with a spread of -3, the Warriors did not cover the spread.
Leading the Warriors against the Suns, Stephen Curry, the team’s leading scorer, had 8 out of 20 field goal attempts and 4 out of 14 three-point attempts. Klay Thompson, the second leading scorer, scored a total of 15 points.
On offense, the Golden State Warriors had a possessions/pace of 101.69 in their most recent game against the Phoenix Suns. They managed to achieve a field goal percentage of 35.6%, making 36 out of 101 attempted shots. Additionally, their three-point shooting percentage stood at 23.3% as they made 10 out of 43 attempts from beyond the arc.
Golden State’s defense is coming off a game where they achieved 11 steals and 31 defensive rebounds, while allowing 108 points.
Will Sacramento Win at Home?
Sacramento is coming off a victorious away game against the Utah Jazz, with a final score of 130-114. The total score of the game surpassed the over/under line of 234, and the Kings also successfully covered the spread of -1.5.
Leading the Kings against the Jazz, Harrison Barnes made 11 out of 16 field goal attempts and 5 out of 7 three-point shots in the most recent game. Additionally, Domantas Sabonis, the second leading scorer for the Kings, scored a total of 22 points.
In their most recent game, the Sacramento Kings recorded 6 steals against the Utah Jazz. Additionally, they achieved an effective field goal percentage of 54.9% and had a possessions/pace of 101.56.
Defensively, the Kings recorded 6 steals and 30 defensive rebounds in their most recent game against the Utah Jazz. They also allowed 114 points.