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Miami Heat vs. Sacramento Kings: Odds, how to watch, TV channel, start time, injury report and stats

The Miami Heat visit the Sacramento Kings on Monday for a clash on NBA TV between two teams that are both looking to avoid the Play-In round in their respective conferences.

Each team is led by a well-regarded head coach: Mike Brown for the Kings and Erik Spoelstra with the Heat. It will also feature a battle between a pair of versatile centers in the Heat's Bam Adebayo and the Kings' Domantas Sabonis.

Miami Heat vs. Sacramento Kings odds

MIA Heat

+240 ML

SAC Kings

-300 ML


SAC Kings -7.5

Total Points

O/U 225.0

How to watch Miami Heat vs. Sacramento Kings and TV channel

The Heat vs. Kings game will air on NBA TV.

Miami Heat vs. Sacramento Kings start time, date and venue

The Miami Heat vs. Sacramento Kings game starts at 10 PM ET/7 PM PT. It takes place at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California on Monday, February 26.

Miami Heat vs. Sacramento Kings injury report

Miami Heat: Tyler Herro - ankle, day-to-day; Josh Richardson - shoulder, out; Orlando Robinson - back, day-to-day; Terry Rozier - knee, out; Dru Smith - knee, out for season

Sacramento Kings: Alex Len - illness, questionable; Sasha Vezenkov - ankle, out

Miami Heat vs. Sacramento Kings stats

  • The Miami Heat are 7-3 in their last 10 games, including a current three-game winning streak heading into Monday's game.
  • The Sacramento Kings are 6-3 in their last 10 games and are also riding a three-game winning streak ahead of hosting the Heat.
  • The Heat are 16-12 on the road; the Kings are 16-9 at home this season.
  • Miami plays at the third-slowest pace in the league, averaging 96.9 possessions per game, while the Kings are 10th in pace with 99.9 possessions per game.
  • The Kings run more handoff plays than any team in the NBA, and they create 10 shots per game off of such plays.
  • 43.8 percent of the Kings' shots are three-pointers, the fourth-highest percentage of three-point attempts in the league.
  • The Kings and Heat rank first and second, respectively, in defensive rebounding percentage.
  • Miami scores the third-fewest points per game with 110.5; Sacramento scores the seventh-most at 118.6.

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Odds mentioned in this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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