At 10:00 ET, the San Antonio Spurs (11-44) will take on the Sacramento Kings (31-23) in a Western Conference matchup. The Kings are currently favored by 9.5 points, and the over/under line is set at 241.

This game will be played at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento and can be seen on NBCS. The Spurs are 15th in the Western Conference, while the Kings are 8th. Sacramento is also 3rd in the Pacific Division, while San Antonio is 5th in the Southwest Division.


The Pick: San Antonio Spurs +9.5

This game will be played at Golden 1 Center at 10:00 ET on Thursday, February 22nd.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 122-118 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.

Is a Road Win Possible for the Spurs?

Today, the Spurs are 11-44 on the season and are currently in 15th place in the Western Conference. In the Southwest Division, they are in 5th place.

In games against Western Conference opponents, the Spurs are 7-22 compared to 4-22 against the East. In their division, they have gone 1-9.

San Antonio’s ATS record for the season is 25-30, with a road ATS record of 13-16 and a home ATS record of 12-14. As underdogs, they are 21-29 vs. the spread and 7-43 as underdogs.

The Spurs have gone 3-0 on the under in their last three games. Today’s O/U line is set at 241, and their games have averaged 232.3 points per game this season.

In their last game, the Spurs lost to the Mavericks by a score of 116-93. They were 11.5-point underdogs in that game. The O/U line for that game was 243 points.

When it comes to scoring, the Spurs have struggled this season, ranking just 24th in the league at 111.8 points per game. On the road, they are averaging 109.4 points per game.

San Antonio has been one of the more up-tempo teams in the NBA this season, ranking 5th in pace at 101.3 possessions per game. In terms of field goal percentage, they are 28th in the league at 45%.

So far, the Spurs have hit 33% of their three-point attempts, which is the worst mark in the NBA. They are also 30th in free throw shooting at 27th in the league at 15.7 made free throws per game.

So far, the Spurs’ defense is ranked 25th in the league at 120.4 points per contest. In the terms of takeaways, Spurs are causing 14.3 turnovers per game, ranking 28th in the league. They also enter the matchup ranked 4th in rejections, averaging 6.1 blocked shots each game.

Can the Kings Please their Home Crowd?

Sacramento is 28-25-1 on the over/under this season, and 40 of their 54 games have had lower O/U lines than today’s (241). On average, their games have combined for 236.3 points.

The Kings’ ATS record for the season is 28-26, and they have gone 19-19 vs. the spread as the favorite and 9-7 as the favorite at home. As the favorite, they are 25-13 straight-up and 6-10 as the favorite.

In their last game, the Kings defeated the Nuggets by a score of 102-98. The O/U line for that game was 228.5, and Sacramento was a 5.5-point underdog going into the game.

Sacramento is currently 8th in the Western Conference with a record of 31-23. In games against Western Conference opponents, they are 20-15 and 6-6 against other teams in the Pacific Division. The Kings’ ATS record at home is 11-13, and they are 15-9 straight-up at home.

At home, the Kings are averaging 121.8 points per game this season. Overall, they are 8th in the NBA in scoring at 118.4 points per game. Sacramento is 11th in field goal percentage and 12th in true shooting percentage.

When it comes to three-point shooting, the Kings are 4th in the NBA in made threes per game (14.8) and 3rd in three-point attempts. They are shooting 37% from beyond the arc.

In terms of pace, Sacramento is 9th in the league at 100.3 possessions per game. They have outscored the NBA scoring average in 64.8% of their games this season.

So far, the Kings’ defense is ranked 21st in the league at 117.9 points per contest. Inside the arc, the Kings defense is giving up a shooting percentage of 54.3% and 39.4% from three-point territory.