Basketball betting expectations could not be lower for the Sacramento Kings as they are one of the worst and least appealing teams in all of online basketball betting.
The Sacramento Kings will host the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night with a start time of 10 PM ET. Open your account at Sports Gambling for action on the side and total odds in this matchup.
Sacramento had a record of 6-24 straight up and 8-21-1 with the NBA odds as there has seemed to be no number big enough for their opponents to cover. The Kings covered the spread in just 5 of their first 18 home games while splitting an even 9-9 on totals.
Sacramento was bad on both ends of the floor as they ranked 25th in the NBA for scoring and 21st for points allowed. Tyreke Evans was the main offensive threat with a modest 16.8 points and 5.1 assists per game. Sacramento got the money in just 2 of 10 games from December 11 through January 1.
Atlanta faced a lot of preseason questions when they announced that Larry Drew had taken over as coach. Drew was a Hawks assistant that had no head coaching experience but so far the Hawks have not missed a beat and have been neck and neck with the Orlando Magic in the Southeast Division as they were sporting a record of 21-14 straight up and 15-20 with the NBA betting line.
Atlanta was a break even 9- 9 against the spread on the road with 11 of those 18 away games going under the total. Atlanta was a strong defensive team that ranked 8th in the NBA for points allowed while the offense ranked 21st in scoring. Al Horford led the attack with 16.7 points per game and also was the leading rebounder with 9.7 per outing.
Atlanta has scored 3 consecutive basketball betting payouts over Sacramento with all 3 of the games going over the total. The series has gone over the total in 5 of the last 6 meetings. Sacramento has gotten the money in 4 of their last 5 home games against the Hawks. This is the first meeting between the two teams this season.