Warriors at Kings - 2/3/15 NBA Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Golden State Warriors (37-8) at Sacramento Kings (17-29)
NBA Basketball: Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 10:00 pm (Sleep Train Arena)
The Line: Sacramento Kings +9 -- Over/Under: 217 See the Latest Odds
TV: CSNB, CSAC
The Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings play Tuesday at the Sleep Train Arena.
The Golden State Warriors look to keep things rolling after winning six of their last eight games. On the season, the Warriors are averaging 110.8 points on 48.3 percent shooting and are allowing 99.6 points on 42.1 percent shooting. Stephen Curry is averaging 23 points and 8.1 assists while Klay Thompson is averaging 22.7 points and 3.6 rebounds. Marreese Speights is grabbing 5.2 rebounds and Draymond Green is dishing 3.5 assists. While the Golden State Warriors have allowed 100-plus points in five of their last six games, they’re allowing just 41.7 percent shooting from the field in their last five games. However, six of the Warriors eight losses this season have come on the road.
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The Sacramento Kings have lost eight of their last nine games and play their first home game in nearly two weeks. On the season, the Kings are averaging 101.4 points on 45.4 percent shooting and are allowing 104.3 points on 45 percent shooting. DeMarcus Cousins is averaging 23.6 points and 12.6 rebounds while Rudy Gay is averaging 20.4 points and four assists. Darren Collison is dishing 5.7 assists and Ben McLemore is shooting 44.8 percent from the field. While the Sacramento Kings defense has been inconsistent all season, it’s their offense that’s shooting just 42.7 percent from the field and 28.2 percent from deep in their last five games. The Kings have won 10 of their 17 games this season on their home court.
The Warriors are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 vs. Western Conference and 38-17-1 ATS in their last 56 games overall. The Kings are 5-12-2 ATS in their last 19 home games and 8-20-2 ATS in their last 30 games overall. The Warriors are 5-0 ATS in the last 5 meetings.
You're rolling in dough if you've just been fading the Kings all season long. No reason to stop that trend now. The Warriors are just too good on both sides of the ball to expect anything but a double-digit victory over a Kings team that's been horrible ATS all year.