Celtics at Kings: Prediction, point spread, odds, over/under, betting picks

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Nick Schwartz
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The Boston Celtics kicked off a five-game road trip with a win over the Warriors on Tuesday, and they’ll try to keep their run going on Wednesday night in Sacramento. If you’re looking to do some last-minute betting research, you’re in luck! We’ll give you the latest point spread, moneyline odds and over-under number, as well as the information you’ll need to make the smartest bet on BetMGM.

The game tips off at 10 p.m. ET and can be seen on NBC Sports Boston and NBC Sports California .

Jayson Tatum led the Celtics with 27 points as Boston edged Steph Curry’s Warriors by four, 111-107. The Kings were near the bottom of the Western Conference standings not long ago, but have won four of their last five games and are returning home after a successful road trip.

The lines, courtesy of BetMGM

  • Point spread: Celtics -1.5

  • Money line: Celtics -110 / Kings -110

  • Over-under: 225.5

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Advice and prediction

The Celtics covered a small spread against the Warriors, and it feels like this line with the Kings is fairly generous. Yes, Boston is on the second-half of a back-to-back, but there’s a reason the Kings have a 5-6 home record and are last in the Pacific division. Take the Celtics moneyline, as you’re not earning much more money by laying 1.5 points.

I’d also hammer the over 225.5. Both the Celtics and Kings have top-10 offenses per adjusted offensive rating, but the Kings rank dead last in defensive rating. The Kings have gone over 225.5 in 13 of their 20 games this season.

Prediction: Celtics 123, Kings 114

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