Denver have won three games in their last five individual games. The Nuggets have not lost in two matches. Sacramento cannot win at the Ball Arena in six games.Bet Now!
Denver managed to keep its leaders, which is good news. The team released Jeremie Grant and Mason Plumley, though strengthened by Jamaicle Green, Facundo Campazzo, Zeke Naji, RJ Hampton and Isaiah Hartenstein. As you can see, the head coach will have someone to work with.
The Nuggets had three pre-season bouts, losing to Golden State (105:107) but then beating Portland twice. Michael Malone's charges will take to the floor as favorites and you can't argue with that.
Now Luke Walton will try to build a game around Hassan Whiteside and De'Aoron Fox, you can also add Buddy Hill here, but the question arises if this is enough to compete for a place in the leading eight. Sacramento played enough preseason games to prepare for the new season.
The Kings traded victories with Portland and then Golden State. In short, the main thing is to have a good start, although in the first meeting they will have to face a serious opponent.
Sacramento is facing a restructuring and this could be a problem, at least at the start of the season. In our opinion, the Kings' roster is not yet cohesive enough, so it is unlikely that the nuggets will be able to compete. In this case, we offer a bet on the home win, taking into account the handicap.
Our prediction is the victory of the Denver Nuggets with a handicap (-6) points for the odds of 1.60 in BC 1xBet.
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