LA Clippers versus Sacramento Kings NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The NBA will put a wrap to the regular season on Wednesday night as the LA Clippers are on the road to face the Sacramento Kings. The Clippers and Kings will get things started from Sacramento at 10:30PM Eastern Time and the NBA League Pass Channel is where to watch this game over national television.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road club LA Clippers the -6 ½ point betting favorite with an over under line of 206 ½ points. A money line wager on the favored LA Clippers will return -260 odds. Bettors who believe that the Sacramento Kings can earn the outright win on Wednesday night will get back +220 odds for their money line wager.

The possibility is strong that the LA Clippers will need to win this game to capture home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. They hold a tiebreaker advantage over the Memphis Grizzlies for home court. Should the Memphis Grizzlies win earlier in the night it would force the LA Clippers to defeat Sacramento to earn home court advantage in this first round best of seven series that begins this weekend. Should Memphis lose then the Clippers clinch home court but would have a shot at moving up to a number three seed should the Denver Nuggets fall on Wednesday night to the Phoenix Suns. It is worth noting that Denver is a -12 ½ point betting favorite against the Suns and the Grizzlies are a -4 ½ point betting favorite against the Jazz making it quite possible that the Clippers will need to win this game. All Sacramento is playing for is pride as they enter play with a mark of 28-53 this season. The Kings will be without Tyreke Evans who landed wrongly on his left leg on Monday night and will sit out this game with an injury. Sacramento is one of the worst defenses in the NBA by allowing 105 points a game and 47.1% shooting to their opponents on the season.

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