Sacramento Kings at LA Lakers NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The Sacramento Kings will be on a back to back on Friday night as they face the masked mamba Kobe Bryant and his LA Lakers. The Kings and Lakers get it on from NBA pro basketball tonight from LA at 10:30PM Eastern Time and you can catch it on national television over the NBA League Pass for free as there is a free preview available now on most cable and satellite providers.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker have the LA Lakers as –10 1/2 points favorites with an over under of 195 points. Bettors playing the LA Lakers on the money line will lay –750 odds. Those who think the Kings can top the Lakers tonight with a straight up win can get back +550 odds for their money line wager on Sacramento.

The Sacramento Kings couldn’t stand the success of a two game winning streak as they fell 108-100 last night against the LA Clippers getting +3 ½ points. The Kings have not been good defensively over their past five games allowing 104 points and 46.9% shooting from the floor with 41% coming from three. Prior to the All Star break the Kings were on a six game road trip where they found just one win coming against hapless Washington. Guard Marcus Thornton leads Sacramento with 18 points per game with 42.2% shooting from the floor. Center DeMarcus Cousins has played well with a 20 point and nearly 15 rebounds per game over his past three contests.

The LA Lakers have been a good home team with a mark of 15-2 on their home floor. There was concern following the All Star break about the health of Kobe Bryant who suffered a broken nose and slight concussion on the hit by Dwyane Wade during the All Star game. Kobe competed on Wednesday night sporting a protective mask in the Lakers 104-85 home win against the Minnesota Timberwolves as a -7 point favorite. Kobe Bryant finished off the game with 31 points with 8 assists and seven boards as he made 11 of his 23 shots. The Lakers have been a solid defensively at home allowing teams just 86 points and 39.9% shooting from the field.

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