Sacramento Kings at Washington Wizards
Sunday, November 24, 2019 at 6:00 PM (Capital One Arena)
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The Sacramento Kings head to Washington D.C. on Sunday for a game against the Wizards after losing their last game against the Brooklyn Nets by the score of 116-97. Harrison Barnes was the main offensive weapon for the Kings as he led the team in points with 18 while shooting 7 of 12 from the field and 4 of 4 from the free throw line. Buddy Hield led the Kings in assists with 5 on the night while playing 32 minutes in the game. Richaun Holmes was the Kings’ leading rebounder, pulling in 8 rebounds on the night, including 4 offensively.
With the loss, the Kings are now 5-8 and are currently in 4th place in the Pacific Division. Buddy Hield is leading Sacramento in points per game on the season with 19.1. Bogdan Bogdanovic is leading the Kings in assists per game on the season with 4.8. Richaun Holmes has been the Kings leader in rebounds per game with 8.2. The Kings enter Sunday’s game with 3 players on their injury report as Marvin Bagley III and Trevor Ariza are listed as out while Bogdan Bogdanovic is listed day to day.
The Washington Wizards welcome the Sacramento Kings to town after a 125-118 win against the Charlotte Hornets in their last game. Bradley Beal scored a team high 30 points while going 10 of 19 from the field and 6 of 7 from the free throw line. Beal also led Washington in assists on the night with 12 while playing 42 minutes in the game. Thomas Bryant led the Wizards in rebounds with 11, with 2 coming offensively.
With the win against the Hornets, the Wizards are now 5-8on the season and are in 3rd place in the Southeast Division. Bradley Beal leads the Wizards in points per game and is averaging 30.3 per game. Beal is also the assists leader for the Wizards on the season and is averaging 7.1 assists per game. Center Thomas Bryant is the leader in rebounds for the Wizards and is averaging 8.8 per game. Coming into the game on Sunday, Washington has 1 player listed on their injury report as Troy Brown Jr. is listed as day to day.
The Kings are currently averaging 105 points per game on the season while allowing 109.5 points per game. The Wizards are scoring 120.1 points per game while allowing 120.8 points per game. Both teams are 3-2 in their last 5 games played. I am going to go with the Wizards in this one as they are 3-3 at home on the year while the Kings are 2-5 on the road. Also, I don’t believe Sacramento will be able to keep up with Washington’s offense no matter how bad the Wizards defense is. Wizards win 120-115 and cover the spread.