Written and authored by National Basketball Association Expert Analyst Al Presto. Charliessports.com produces it for Basketball Point Spread news and notes. NBA Premium 500-star Predictions are winning at a 70.2% rate and will continue through the NBA Finals in June of 2016. The (26-52) Minnesota Timberwolves of the Western Conference Northwest Division will be in the “BIG TOMATO” for a Conference matchup. Minnesota will play the (31-47) Sacramento Kings of the Western Conference Pacific in 2016 NBA action. Tip-off is 10:00 PM EST on ESPN. The game is on Thursday, April 7, 2016. The teams will play at soon to be closed down Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California. The best Sports Handicapper believes the Minnesota Timberwolves are collecting some great young talent. Owner Glen Taylor must keep them in the “TWIN CITIES”. The Sacramento Kings organization looks for a new start next season with a new state of the art Arena. Can management attract free agents and keep their core players. The Opening Betting line has Minnesota as a four and a half-point Road Underdog Against The Spread. The Betting Odds Total is 221 for Wednesday’s game.
The Minnesota Timberwolves got a huge victory going down the stretch run of the regular season. Minnesota 124-Golden State 117 in overtime. The win broke a three-game losing streak in the month of April. The win over the team with the best record in the league showed the young talent level of the Timberwolves. Rookie Karl-Anthony Towns is already one of the best big men in the Association. Andrew Wiggins is showing flashes of being a superstar. Zach LaVine is already a two-time NBA slam dunk champion who is getting better with his decision making. Starting Point Guard Ricky Rubio is the elder statesman of the group. Rubio is excited about the teams future. Former Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau is a perfect fit for Minnesota. The Timberwolves rank 18th in the league scoring the basketball. Defensively Minnesota allows the opposition 105.7 points per game. The key to a Minnesota victory is to play with a sense of belonging.
The 2016 Sacramento Kings lost Tuesday, April, 5th at home to the Portland Trailblazers. The fans in the State Capital are two games away from closing Sleep Train Arena aka “THE OLD BARN”. April 9th the Kings host Oklahoma City and it will be the final game at the arena. Former legends begin to flow to the city for the closing of the place once called Arco Arena. Mike Bibby was on hand Tuesday and relived memories. The organization has to keep Center DeMarcus Cousins in a Sacramento uniform. Rudy Gay, Rajon Rondo, and Willie Cauley-Stein are also must keep players. Head Coach George Karl is capable of turning the Kings into playoff contenders. Sacramento is third in the NBA scoring the basketball. The problem is the defense where they rank last, allowing opponents 109.1 points per contest. Cousins and Rondo lead the team in nearly every statistical category. The key to a Kings win is to play tight defense and play at a fast pace.
The Betting Odds Under The Total are 3-0 the last three times the team has met.
Sacramento is 6-1 Against The Point Spread their last seven overall.
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