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The Sacramento Kings in 2020-21 made it 15 straight years without a playoff appearance, finishing with just 31 wins behind head coach Luke Walton. Things are looking up, however, as the roster features young talent in De'Aaron Fox, Marvin Bagley, Tyrese Haliburton, and more.
Will the NBA's longest playoff drought end in 2021-22? See more information on the Kings' odds, schedule, against-the-spread (ATS) record, injuries, and more.
Sacramento Kings Point Spreads
The Kings in 2020-21 were night and day at home vs. on the road. In Sacramento, they posted a miserable 13-22-1 against-the-spread record, but on the road they went a solid 21-15.
For those new to betting, this refers to spread bets, which are common wagers found at sportsbooks all about the margin of victory in a game. Let's look at a Kings spread as an example:
- Sacramento Kings (+8.5)
- Phoenix Suns (-8.5)
In this example, the Kings have a plus sign next to their number, which means they're underdogs. Therefore, a Kings spread bet would win not only if they won the game outright, but also if they simply just lose by fewer than eight points. If the Suns won by nine or more, though, that bet would lose.
Sacramento Kings Moneylines
Another popular wager type is a moneyline bet, which is all about which team will win the game outright. Whether it's a tight affair or a blowout, it doesn't matter in moneyline bets -- just who wins.
Here's another Kings example:
- Sacramento Kings +200
- Los Angeles Lakers -250
Again, the Kings are underdogs in this situation, but because they have to win outright, the odds reflect that in the payout structure. A +200 moneyline bet, if the team won, would pay out $200 for every $100 wagered. A bet on the Lakers at -250, in contrast, would net $100 for every $250 wagered.
Sacramento Kings Over/Unders
The Kings last season also had stark home/away splits for over/under bets, which are wager types on the combined point total of both teams in a game. The over went 21-14-1 in home games for the Kings but just 14-21-1 in road games.
Here's an example of an over/under bet: Say the Kings played the Clippers and had a total of 228 points. Bettors can take a stance on either side, and it's all about that 228 number. Over bettors would win if the game finished at 229 or more points; under bettors would win at 227 or fewer. In the event of a push -- if the game finished at exactly 228, all bets would be refunded.
Sacramento Kings Props
While they're less common than spread, over/under, or moneyline bets, props are some of the most fun wagers you can make. They can be player- or situation-specific, such as De'Aaron Fox to score over/under 18.5 points or which team in a Kings will get to 20 points first.
Will the Kings finally get back in the playoffs in the 2021-22 season? Whether you think that or not, you can bet on it at most sportsbooks. That's called a futures bet, and it refers to wagers settled at a later date (often at the end of the season). Some other Kings futures include De'Aaron Fox to win Most Improved Player or the Kings to eclipse their season win total.
Kings Offseason Movement 2021
Trades: Tristan Thompson (PF and C, from Celtics)
Draft picks: Davion Mitchell (Baylor, No. 9), Neemias Queta (Utah State, No. 39)
Re-signings: Mo Harkless (SF and PF), Richaun Holmes (C and PF), Terrence Davis (SG and SF)
Free-agent signings: Alex Len (C)
Free-agent losses: Hassan Whiteside (C and PF, to Jazz)