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Game: Sacramento Kings at Cleveland Cavaliers Feb 19 2012 6:05PM
Prediction: Cleveland Cavaliers
Grade: Loser (-110)
Reason: Cleveland looks to make an immediate bounceback after getting blown out at home against Miami on Friday and it is in good position with a short price. The Cavaliers fell to 6-8 at home with that loss but prior to the Heat loss, they were 3-2 in their last five games at home which were wins over the Pacers, Clippers and Mavericks. Cleveland is 11-6 following a loss this season which is not bad considering losses came in big bunches last season. A wins here evens out their current homestand. Sacramento is also coming off a loss on Friday as it lost in Detroit by six points which was its fourth consecutive loss and third straight loss to open this six-game roadtrip. The Kings have been playing well at home with some big wins over some big teams but the road has been a completely different story as they are now 3-15 on the season. The Kings have allowed an average of 111.7 ppg on 49.6 percent shooting in losses to Chicago, New York and Detroit to open the roadtrip. Cleveland has had a tough time generating offense on a consistent basis but Sacramento won't slow its down here based on those last three games and the fact that it is allowing 102.5 ppg on 47.3 percent shooting in those 18 road games. The offense has been arguably worse as the Kings are averaging only 90.2 ppg on 40.8 percent shooting, 25th and 29th in the league respectively. Cleveland has shored up its defense, allowing more than 100 points only once in regulation in its last nine home games. That matchup will be important as Sacramento is 2-6 ATS in its last eight games after allowing 100 or more points while Cleveland is 8-2 ATS in its last 10 games when its opponent allows 100 points or more. As mentioned, Cleveland has been solid coming off a win and it is now a perfect 5-0 ATS in its last five games coming off a cover loss. The Kings and the underdogs have dominated this series of late against the number but the dynamics have changed on both sides with roster turnover making it meaningless. 10* (808) Cleveland Cavaliers