NBA Odds & Picks for Kings vs. Nets: Sharps Siding With Sacramento (Tuesday, Feb. 23)
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- The Brooklyn Nets are on a roll, but our PRO Report suggests sharps are backing the struggling Sacramento Kings on Tuesday in Brooklyn.
- Michael Walton breaks it down below.
NBA Odds: Kings vs. Nets
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The Sacramento Kings face the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday, with the hope of bouncing back following seven consecutive losses. That slide is currently the third-longest losing streak in the league.
Sacramento just missed covering in their last time out, which wound up being a 13-point loss against a +10 line against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Brooklyn has been trending in the exact opposite direction, with the Eastern Conference power winning six in a row entering this contest. The streak includes victories over the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers that came during an impressive West Coast road trip.
It would seem most signs point to a repeat of last week’s Nets-Kings game in Sacramento, which saw the visitors win by 11 points. However, our PRO Report suggests that sharps are taking the points with the Kings.
NBA Picks: Kings vs. Nets
The line for Kings-Nets opened at Sacramento +8 before it was pushed down to +6.5, which was our first sign that sharps are likely targeting the latest meeting between the franchises en masse.
Since Monday night, there have been four Action Labs Bet Signals indicating a flurry of sharp action on the Kings.
The public is split on this game, but the biggest bets — the ones likely to be made by sharp bettors — have been placed on Sacramento.
This game fits neatly into our Road Dogs Off Against The Spread (ATS) Loss PRO System, which has a 55% win rate and a 7% Return On Investment (ROI) since 2015.
Pick: Kings +6.5