Don’t miss out on the NBA showdown between the Kings and Warriors. The game is starting at 10:00 ET on NBCS, and it’s hosted by the Warriors at Chase Center in San Francisco, CA. Get ready to place your bets! The over/under for this matchup is currently set at 234 points and the Warriors are the favorite to win at home vs. the Kings.
SACRAMENTO KINGS VS GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS BETTING PICK
The Pick: Sacramento Kings +7
This game will be played at Chase Center at 10:00 ET on Wednesday, November 1st.
WHY BET THE SACRAMENTO KINGS:
- We have this one finishing with a projected score of 108-104 in favor of the Kings.
- Our projections have Domantas Sabonis finishing with Domantas Sabonis points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists.
- From the field, we have the Kings finishing with a field goal percentage of 48.8% and knocking down 12 threes.
Are Sacramento Ready for a Road Win?
In their previous game, Sacramento played the Lakers and achieved a 132-127 score. This win contributed to their overall record of 2-1.
Against Los Angeles, the Kings were led by De’Aaron Fox who scored 37 points and grabbed 4 rebounds, while Malik Monk contributed 22 points and 3 rebounds.
Looking at their most recent game, the Sacramento Kings registered a possessions/pace of 115.33, a field goal percentage of 47.1%, and a three-point shooting of 17/48. Moreover, they attained an effective field goal percentage of 55.8%, a two-point field goal percentage of 57.1%, and a three-point field goal percentage of 35.4%.
Sacramento’s defense is coming off a game where they recorded 6 steals, 41 defensive rebounds, and allowed 127 points. The Kings’ defensive effort included forcing 10 turnovers and blocking 7 shots.
Do the Warriors Stand a Chance at Home?
The Warriors’ previous game came against the Pelicans, where they emerged victorious with a score of 130-102, securing a 3-1 overall record. They showcased a shooting percentage of 52% from the field and 65% from the free throw line, in addition to recording 28 assists, 6 steals, and 7 blocked shots.
Leading the Warriors against the Pelicans, Stephen Curry tallied 42 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists, while Trayce Jackson-Davis contributed 13 points, 9 rebounds, and 0 assists.
Looking at their previous game, Golden State achieved 6 steals, a 59.2% effective field goal percentage, and a possessions/pace of 98.49. They made 51 out of 98 field goal attempts, with a two point field goal percentage of 63.2% and a three point field goal percentage of 36.6%.
Defensively, the Warriors stood out in their most recent game with 14 turnovers forced, 7 shots blocked, and allowing 102 points. Their effective performance in forcing turnovers and blocking shots ultimately restricted the Pelicans’ scoring chances.