NBA Betting Predictions: Sacramento Kings vs Miami Heat
The Miami Heat have been dominant as of late with six straight victories and looking for their seventh in a row as they host the Sacramento Kings tonight. BetDSI Sportsbook current live lines display the Miami Heat as huge -14 point favorites over the Sacramento Kings.
The Miami Heat in their sixth straight win defeated the Orlando Magic 90-78 at home. Shooting 47.5% from the floor and hitting 3 out of 12 three point attempts the Heat outscored Orlando in every quarter except the 4th where the Magic outscored Miami by 4 points. Miami turned the ball over 5 less times than their opponents and also out rebounded them 48-40.
Dwayne Wade led the game in scoring for the Miami Heat with 27 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, and 3 blocked shots making for a hugely productive night. However Lebron James may have had an even bigger night with 25 points, 11 rebounds, 8 assists, 2 steals. Chris Bosh only had 8 points shooting 4 out of 10 from the field and once again Udonis Haslem led the Miami bench with 10 points.
The Sacramento Kings lost a nail biter on the road 93-92 to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday. Shooting a down right awful 37.6% from the floor and hitting only 4 out of 19 three point attempts the Kings had all sorts of troubles scoring with regularity.
Isaiah Thomas led the Kings with 23 points shooting 8-16 from the floor, hit 3 out of 7 three-point attempts, notched 8 rebounds, and 11 assists on the night. After logging more minutes than any other Sacramento player and hogging the ball more than a semi-athletic elementary student playing school ball, Marcus Thornton put up 21 points on 20 shots from the floor, 6 three point attempts, and 5 free throws. Sacramento did not get much scoring from their bench as the highest totals received from the bench was John Salmons and Donte Greene both with six points.
NBA Betting Predictions: The Miami Heat have been absolutely dominant as of late and there will be little the sub-par Sacramento Kings can do to slow that trend down. I look for the Heat to win in a big way at home against the Kings.
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