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.


The Pick: Sacramento Kings +7

This game will be played at Chase Center at 10:00 ET on Wednesday, November 1st.


  • 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.