The Kings (-124) are favored by 1.5 points as they travel to take on the Warriors (+103) in a Western Pacific Division matchup. The over/under line for the game is set at 240.5 points.

This game will tip-off at 10:00 ET and will be played at the Chase Center in San Francisco. The game can be seen on TNT.


The Pick: Sacramento Kings -1.5

This game will be played at Chase Center at 10:00 ET on Thursday, January 25th.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 116-109 in favor of the Kings.
  • Our projections have De’Aaron Fox finishing with De’Aaron Fox points, 4 rebounds and 6 assists.
  • From the field, we have the Kings finishing with a field goal percentage of 47.9% and knocking down 15 threes.

Will the Kings Live Up to Expectations on the Road?

Sacramento is 24-18 on the season and is currently 7th in the Western Conference. In the Pacific Division, they are 3rd.

The Kings have gone 13-7 against the spread on the road this season, and they are 10-10 straight up. Today, they are favored by 1.5 points and have an ATS record of 23-19.

This season, the Kings have been favored in 32 of their 42 games. As the favorite, they have a scoring margin of +0.5 PPG. As the favorite, their ATS record is 16-16.

In their last game, the Kings defeated the Hawks by a score of 122-107. The O/U line for that game was 238 points, and Sacramento was favored by 8.5 points.

On the season, the Kings have an O/U record of 20-21-1. In their games, the average combined scoring is 236 points, and today’s O/U line is set at 240.5.

Heading into tonight’s game, the Kings are 7th in the NBA in scoring at 118.3 points per game. However, they are averaging just 115 points per game on the road compared to 121.3 at home.

So far this season, the Kings have outscored the NBA scoring average in 66.7% of their games. They are also 9th in pace, averaging 100.4 possessions per game.

In terms of shooting, Sacramento is 14th in field goal percentage at 47%. Inside the arc, they are 7th in the league at 56% but just 27th in two-point attempts.

The Kings’ defense is presently ranked 20th in the league, allowing an average of 117.7 points per contest. On two point field goal attempts, the Kings’ defensive unit is allowing a field goal percentage of 54.5% and allowing 38.6% from beyond the arc.

Can Golden State Grab a Win at Home?

Golden State’s ATS record is 19-21 this season, including a mark of 8-14 at home and 11-7 on the road. As the underdog, they are 4-13 vs. the spread, and they have covered the spread in their last two games as the underdog.

In their win over the Hawks, the Warriors were favored by 6 points and won by a score of 134-112. The O/U line for that game was 235 points.

This season, the Warriors have an O/U record of 24-16-1, and their games have averaged 235.6 points per game. Today’s O/U line is set at 240.5 points, which is higher than 38 of their previous games.

Golden State’s win over Atlanta improved their overall record to 19-22, which is currently 12th in the Western Conference. Against other Western Conference teams, they are 11-17 and 3-6 against Pacific Division opponents.

Overall, the Warriors are 8-14 ATS at home and 12-11 straight-up. On the road, they have an ATS record of 11-7 and are 7-11 in games.

At home, the Warriors are averaging 116.6 points per game, which is 14th in the league. Overall, they are 10th in the NBA with 117.6 points per game. In terms of three-point shooting, Golden State is 4th in both attempts and makes, hitting 37% of their shots from beyond the arc.

When it comes to two-point shooting, the Warriors are 17th in the league with a 54% conversion rate. So far, they have made an average of 14.8 three-pointers per game.

Golden State is 12th in pace at 99.1 possessions per game. In terms of field goal percentage, they are 19th in the league at 46%. The Warriors are also 2nd in the NBA in offensive rebounds.

On defense, the Warriors come into the game ranked 22nd in the league in points allowed at 118.0 per game. Over their last three games, the team is allowing 119 points per contest (20th). Inside the arc, the Warriors defense is giving up a shooting percentage of 55.1% and 36.1% from three-point territory.