Wed 11/02/2015 - 11:49 EST

Sacramento Kings vs Indiana Pacers Tuesday NBA Wager Tips

Indiana Pacers: Tough on defense all year

Indiana has one of the best defensive teams in the league this season, allowing an average of 87.9 points-per-game. They absolutely stifle their opponents from start to finish each night. With an overall record of 29-7, the Pacers are the best team in the Eastern Conference and one-game off the pace for best record in the NBA. They can become the second team in the league to secure their 30th win of the season with a win tonight. To make matters worse for their opponents, the Pacers have lost only one time at home this year. They have an 18-1 mark at home.

Sacramento Kings: On a three-game roll

Sacramento enters this game on a three-game winning streak and will look to win a fourth straight on Tuesday night. It would be a major upset if they beat the Pacers tonight. Should they win their fourth straight game tonight, the Kings will have secured the franchise’s longest winning streak in three years. DeMarcus Cousins is having an incredible stretch right now, recording 10 straight double-doubles. Sacramento has lost six of the last nine games against the Pacers and this includes both losses last season. The only thing going in their favor tonight is their winning streak.

With only four games on the NBA docket tonight, and none of the games featuring two strong teams, we had to pick this contest to watch. There is no sure thing in betting, but the Pacers are pretty close to being a sure thing this season. The sure thing label really picks up steam when the Pacers play at home with just one loss. If you take a look at the betting odds at BetOnline.ag, you will find that the Pacers are 10.5-point favorites over the Kings. We will bet 20 percent of our bankroll on the host Pacers to defeat the Kings with the -10.5 (-110) spread on Tuesday night. Place your bets now so you can enjoy the rest of your day.

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