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Basketball Betting - Heat at Kings

Basketball betting results have finally begun to improve for Miami after a dreadfully slow start in which they were one of the worst NBA betting values on the board.
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Basketball betting fans saw the Heat score three consecutive payouts from December 1-4 as they closed within striking distance of Orlando in the Southeast Division NBA betting race.

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The Miami Heat were still just 8-13 overall with the NBA odds despite a straight up record of 13-8 as their huge appeal with the general betting public along with sloppy play early in the season made them a really bad overlay.

The Heat have started to improve in December and that has helped take the pressure off embattled young head coach Erik Spoelstra, who was considered near the firing line as the “Three Kings of Miami” did not seem  to be responding to his leadership.

A recent players only team meeting helped clear the air and get the team focused on the job at hand.  LeBron James led Miami with 24 points per game as well as a team best 7.3 assists per game while Dwyane Wade was averaging 21.6 points per game.

Sacramento was at the bottom of the Pacific Division as expected with just 4 wins and 5 payouts with the NBA sports betting lines in their first 18 games as they ranked near the bottom of the NBA for offense.

Miami has had phenomenal basketball betting success against Sacramento as they have gotten the money in 17 of their last 20 matchups with the Kings including the last 4 consecutive meetings between the teams.

Miami has also dominated the Pacific Division with 15 payouts in their last 20 matchups with those teams with 5 of their last 6 against the Pacific going over the total.  Miami has struggled recently on the road with just 3 payouts in their last 12 games away from home.  Sacramento has struggled at home with just 4 payouts in their last 19 games.

The Kings have gotten the money in just 3 of their last 20 games against Southeast Division teams.