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Kings Odds, Spreads, & Props 2024

Last Updated: Aug 16, 2023

The Sacramento Kings burst onto the scene in 2022-23, far exceeding expectations en route to finishing with a 48-34 record and returning to the postseason for the first time since the 2005-06 season.

Leading the way was first-time All-Star De’Aaron Fox, who averaged 25.0 points, 6.1 assists, and 4.2 rebounds per game, spearheading the top-ranked offense in the NBA. Additionally, Mike Brown was recognized as the NBA Coach of the Year in his first season in Sacramento.

How will the Kings follow their historic season? Let’s examine the best Sacramento Kings prop bets, odds, and more.

Kings Odds 2024

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Kings Prop Bets 2024

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Kings: Over 44.5 Wins (-110)

FanDuel Sportsbook • WAGER: 1 Unit

The Kings won 48 games last year, but given the current state of the Western Conference, it’s not a huge surprise to see that their projected win total for the 2023-24 season sits at just 44.5 games. The Pacific Division, in particular, will be a gauntlet.

Phoenix has Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, and now Bradley Beal. Golden State added Chris Paul to its already lethal rotation. The Lakers have LeBron James and Anthony Davis and just made a run to the Western Conference Finals. The Clippers might still be able to acquire James Harden.

Despite all that — and it is a lot — the Kings winning 45 or more games this season isn’t out of the question. It’ll be a much more challenging year now that Sacramento is on the radar — this group won’t have the element of surprise on its side again — but the Kings remain an offensive juggernaut.

Take the Over and make this your NBA bet of the day.

Malik Monk: NBA Sixth Man of the Year (+1000)

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The Kings nearly snuck by the Warriors in the playoffs, and Monk was a big reason why Sacramento even forced a Game 7 in the first place. The 25-year-old had a stellar postseason, averaging 19.0 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 3.6 assists per game.

Only Fox, Stephen Curry, and Klay Thompson averaged more points in the series than Monk, highlighting his ability as an elite scorer. As he moves forward with the team, it’s fair to wonder if he could see an expanded role in 2023-24.

Monk averaged just 22.3 minutes per game this past year, though he scored as many as 45 points in a single contest. He could really get the green light this year, and the NBA 6MOTY odds suggest that he’ll be one of the top bench players in the league.

Kings: Win In-Season Tournament Group (+200)

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Sacramento got a deceptively tough draw for its NBA In-Season Tournament group. The Kings are lumped in with the Warriors, Timberwolves, Thunder, and Spurs, all of whom have a shot at making the playoffs this year.

However, Sacramento could be helped by the fact that this is an early-season event, and several of the other teams in their group may still be figuring themselves out at that point in the year. The Warriors and Spurs, in particular, may take some time to get established, which is reflected in the NBA In-Season Tournament odds.

With that in mind, West Group C may be the Kings’ for the taking. They’ll want to get off to a strong start and prove their legitimacy early, and what better way to do so than by emerging from their In-Season Tournament group?

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How to Bet on Kings Games 2024

How to Bet Kings Moneylines

If you’re new to sports betting, wagering on Kings moneylines is likely the best place for you to begin. These bets are as straightforward as they come, as all you need to do to win your bet is pick the winner of a game.

Where things get slightly more complicated is when it comes to favorites and underdogs. A favorite is identified by a minus symbol (-), whereas the favorite will have a plus symbol (+) next to their odds.

If the Kings are playing the Trail Blazers, Sacramento might be a (-250) favorite. This means that you would need to wager $25 to make $10. On the other hand, a $10 bet on the Blazers at (+250) odds would net you $25 in winnings.

It’s not always worthwhile to bet on a heavy favorite (unless you really need to win one), but underdogs don’t win as often, so it’s important to develop a strategy here and try to find value when you can.

  • 2022-23 Kings Moneyline Record: 48-34

How to Bet Kings Spreads

Spread betting takes winners and losers out of the equation and instead focuses on how each side does against a predetermined scoring margin. This margin, which is also called a spread, is a great indicator of how a team stacks up to expectations.

For example, the Kings might be a 6.5-point underdog on the road against the Suns. At a sportsbook, the spread would look something like this: Kings +6.5 (-110) at Suns -6.5 (-110).

In this case, the Kings would need to either win the game outright or lose by 6.5 points or less to cover the spread. Therefore, if you think a team will keep a game close but you’re unsure of whether they’ll win or not, a spread bet could be a good alternative to a moneyline wager.

  • 2022-23 Kings Against the Spread Record: 45-36-1

How to Bet Kings Over/Unders

If you’re ever unsure of how a game will go but know there will be a lot of (or a little) points scored, Over/Unders are for you. These bets — also called totals — deal with how many points will be scored in a given matchup.

For example, a meeting between the Kings and Warriors could have a total set at 237.5 points. In this case, the Over would hit if more than 237.5 points are scored, while the Under would hit if the final total comes in below that number.

  • 2022-23 Kings Over/Under Record: 40-41-1

Author

Garrett Chorpenning

Garrett Chorpenning is the Lead NBA Editor for The Game Day. His previous work includes covering the LA Clippers for Sports Illustrated and FanSided. He graduated from Ball State University in 2021.

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