The Sacramento Kings and the Golden State Warriors have an interesting series, and right now, the Dub Nation is one win away from the Western Semifinals. 

Before Betting on Kings vs. Warriors

After taking a 2-0 lead, the Kings have lost the momentum, losing twice in San Francisco and at home as well. After Harrison Barnes missed a three for the win in Chase Center, more bad news happened, with De’Aaron Fox injuring his finger, further decreasing his team’s chances for advancing to the next round. 

He had 24 points in a 123-116 loss at the Golden Once Center, but was visibly slower than usual, not being able to hurt the rivals like in the previous events. Only nine hits in 25 shots are proof of our claim. Malik Monk scored 21 points off the bench, while Sabonis had 21 and 10 boards.

The Warriors’ home court is one of the most ferocious in all sports, and winning both games there, was something that boosted their morale. In 41 contests at Chase Center during the regular season, GSW won on 31 occasions.

Four players had 20 or more points last night, Steph 31, Klay 25, Wiggins 20 and Draymond Green added 21 off the bench, his best performance in a while. All these four guys were way above 50% of shooting from the field combined. 

Kings vs. Warriors Game 6 Offshore Odds

Offshore SportsbookMoneylineTotalSpread
BetOnlineKings (3.45) | Warriors (1.34)235.5Kings +7 (1.93) | Warriors -7 (1.89)
BovadaKings (7.05) | Warriors (1.09)235Kings +7 (1.91) | Warriors -7 (1.91)
BetUSKings (3.45) | Warriors (1.34)235.5Kings +7 (1.93) | Warriors -7 (1.89)
SportsBetting.agKings (3.45) | Warriors (1.34)235.5Kings +7 (1.93) | Warriors -7 (1.89)
PinnacleKings (3.34) | Warriors (1.37)235Kings +7 (1.96) | Warriors -7 (1.94)
MyBookieKings (3.35) | Warriors (1.33)235Kings +7 (1.91) | Warriors -7 (1.91)

Unfortunately for the Kings, the momentum is on the Warriors’ side now. The Dub Nation returns home, where they don’t lose games like these, and when we add that Fox has problems with his injury, the Warriors are the absolute favorites before Game 6.