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Preview of Clippers versus Kings ahead of their NBA face-off

Los Angeles Clippers and Sacramento Kings are gearing up for a face-off in the NBA on April 2, 2024. They will lock horns at Golden 1 Center. The Clippers stand on the basketball court as the favorite team to clinch the victory and extend their 3-game winning streak. The spread in their favor is -2, with an over/under mark of 222.5.

Clippers are 35-38-1 with an ATS record of 25-27 in 52 games. They have hit the over on 34 of 74 set-point totals. The Kings are 37-36-1 and have been underdogs by 2 points with an ATS of 10-6. They have hit a total of 35-74 set points. Seven of the last ten games for the Clippers have gone over and they have averaged 217.9 points in the last ten games. The Kings have gone over the total only two times in the last 10 games.

The Clippers are expected to be led by Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, James Harden, and Ivica Zubac. They have 23.7 points, 22.6 points, 16.8 points, and 11.6 points to their names, respectively. On the other hand, Sacramento will be led by Domantas Sabonis, De’Aaron Fox, Keegan Murray, and Harrison Barnes with 19.7 points, 26.4 points, 15 points, and 12.4 points in the same order.

LA are 4th on the list of the Western Conference in the NBA, while the Kings are rallying at 8th position in the same table, which is led by the Thunder and the Nuggets at first and second positions, respectively. It is also the spots on the table that strengthen the odds for the best NBA betting sites. This includes, CoinPlay, and FairSpin.

The previous three wins for the Clippers have come against the likes of the 76ers, the Magic, and the Hornets. Despite an overall tally of 18-56 versus 47-27, Charlotte presented tough competition to the team. The Hornets never really gained any edge in the contest, that is, throughout the 4-quarter run. That brought the final tally of 130-118 in favor of LA.

Upcoming games for the Clippers to look forward to are with the Nuggets, the Jazz, and the Cavaliers. Sacramento has only won a single game in their last three appearances in the NBA. The only victory was against Utah, with a margin of 127-106. The Jazz hand delivered the win by starting slow, matching the momentum in the second quarter, and then losing the momentum entirely in the following sections.

Golden 1 Center has pinned the Clippers as everyone’s favorite. The side could win and extend the winning streak. However, the Kings are desperate for a win, too, willing to craft strategies that serve them well in terms of points.

Other NBA games to look forward to are between the Wizards and Bucks, the Raptors and Lakers, and the Heat and Knicks.

David Bright

David Bright joined Times of Casino as a news writer focused on the casino industry. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Accounting and currently contributing in-depth news articles. David writes on the casinos, gambling legislation, poker, and much more.

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