Cleveland Cavaliers versus Sacramento Kings NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The NBA game over national television on Sunday January 12th will feature the new look Cleveland Cavaliers hitting the road to battle the Sacramento Kings. The Cavaliers and Kings will get things underway from Sacramento at 6PM Eastern Time and NBA TV will provide the coast to coast TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Sacramento Kings favored by -3 ½ points with an over under line set at 207 points. Those who bet on the Sacramento Kings on the money line will lay -165 odds with the return on the Cleveland Cavaliers at +145 odds.

The Cleveland Cavaliers made news this week as the team was able to dump disgruntled center Andrew Bynum along with some draft picks to Chicago in return for Luol Deng. The move was a spark for the Cavaliers who have gotten off to a bad start in 2013-14 despite a rising star in Kyrie Irving at the guard position. In Deng’s debut with the Cavaliers the team went into Utah on Friday and came away with the 113-102 road victory and cover as a +1 point wagering underdog. Luol Deng gives the Cavaliers a good perimeter shooter who can create space offensively for the Cavs. Deng had 10 points in his Cavaliers debut where he played 21 minutes. The team is very talented off the bench with Dion Waiters and Jarrett Jack providing scoring with the second team. Cleveland needed help because the club is 13-23 straight up with a poor 3-15 record in their road games this season. The team is 27th in the NBA in shooting as they hit on just 42.5% from the floor. It is yet another bad season for the Sacramento Kings who continue to live in the basement of the Pacific Division in the Western conference. The team is 12-22 and sports a 8-13 record on their home court. Bad defense has been a staple for this team for a decade it seems. They are 29th defensive field goal and three point defense this season.

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