NBA Preview: Bucks Vs. KingsPublished February 10, 2020 by Sol FH
The Bucks host the Kings tonight at 1:00 GMT and there are competitive odds listed for interested punters.
As the NBA gets set for the All-Star break, there are still a few days to go as teams try to get in the best possible position before mid-season. The Milwaukee Bucks are still the best in the league and working on a four-game win streak after rolling through the Suns, Pelicans, 76ers, and their latest victims the Magic, who fell yesterday 111-95, even with Giannis not playing his best.
The Bucks are 45-7 making an average of .865 percent. The second-best team is the Toronto Raptors (39-14) and the Boston Celtics (37-15), which makes the Eastern Conference in better shape than out west.
The Kings come into tonight's game on a three-game win streak, but still have a losing record at 21-31. They seem to be improving with breakout stars Buddy Hield, Harrison Barnes, and De'Aaron Fox really playing great basketball as of late. It was a shaky start of the season for the Kings but tonight will be one of the toughest challenges they've faced all year.
The Kings have four players on the injury list as Jabari Parker, Marvin Bagley III, Richaun Holmes, and Alex Len are all out.
Only three teams have been able to beat the Bucks in Milwaukee so far this season. Those are dismal odds for any team traveling to Fiserv Forum.
Giannis Antetokounmpo leads Milwaukee in points per game with 30 and in rebounds per game with 13.5. He also leads in assists per game with 5.8. Those are incredible numbers for Greek Freak. They will have two players on the injury list as George Hill and Frank Mason are both out.
NBA Online Betting
The odds are stacked against the Kings tonight as listed by 888Sport at 8.00. The Bucks are a sure thing tonight unless catastrophic failure hits them, with odds at 1.09. Punters that want to take advantage of live in-play odds can also do so at 888Sport.