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Sacramento Kings vs. Philadelphia 76ers NBA Betting Odds & Pick from Jesse Schule: January 30th 2017

| January 30, 2017

Sacramento Kings vs. Philadelphia 76ers
NBA Betting Pick: Sacramento -115 odds (January 30th 2017)
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The Kings have won three of their last four games, scoring an average of over 110 points per game during that span. They are Philly to play the Sixers tonight, and Philly has lost back to back games, giving up over 120 points in each of those losses. The Sixers appear to have cooled off after a 10-3 run prior to Friday’s home loss to the Rockets. James Harden went off for 51 points, 13 rebounds and 13 assists in that game.

I think we could see another halfhearted effort on defense tonight, and DeMarcus Cousins could pile on the points. Cousins scored 35 points in a win at Charlotte Saturday, and he’s averaged over 30 points per game in his last five. The Kings have been having their way with opponents from the Eastern Conference, and they’ve covered the spread in five straight on this road trip. I expect Sacramento to handle the Sixers here in Philly.

South Florida vs. Cincinnati Basketball Betting Pick from Brandon Lee: January 29th 2017

| January 29, 2017

South Florida vs. Cincinnati
College Basketball Betting Pick: South Florida +24.5 (January 29th 2017)
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The Bulls are worth a look here as a massive road dog against the Bearcats. The fact that USF comes in having lost 8 straight and fresh off a 21-point home loss to UConn, has them way undervalued here. Cincinnati on the other hand is way overvalued, as they have won 11 straight and are off a huge win over Xavier. That’s a big reason why I like the Bulls, as I think the Bearcats are due for a letdown here, as they really put everything they had into beating the Musketeers. Plus, USF is 7-0 ATS in their last 7 road games after 2 straight losses by 10 or more and Cincinnati is 4-14 ATS in their last 18 home games after a home game where both teams scored 75 or more points. Give me the Bulls +24.5!

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Stanford Cardinal vs. California Golden Bears College Basketball Prediction from Will Rogers: January 29th 2017

| January 29, 2017

Stanford Cardinal vs. California Golden Bears
College Basketball Prediction: Stanford +8 points (January 29th 2017)
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The set-up: Stanford (11-9 / 3-5 in Pac 12) and California (14-6 / 5-3 Pac 12) both figure to be well-rested Sunday when they renew their rivalry at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley, as each school has had eight days off.

Stanford: 6-8 forward Reid Travis (16.6 & 8.9) has missed four of the last six games with a right shoulder injury but with the long layoff, hopes to return against the Bears. The 6-9 Humphrey (9.3 & 5.7) is Stanford’s only other regular contributor up front, while guard Pickens (12.8) joins Travis as Stanford’s lone double digit scorers.

California: The Bears have won four of their last five games with the only loss coming when the 6-11 Rabb (15.1 & 10.6) was held to four points on 2-of-10 shooting in an 86-63 loss to Oregon on Jan. 19. However, he bounced back with 18 points in a 69-58 victory against Oregon State. Then again, is Cal is to compete with Arizona, Oregon and UCLA atop the Pac-12 standings, the Bears will need more consistency from their preseason All-American.

The pick: Cal guards Moore (14.4) and Bird (13.9) join Rabb in double digits for the Bears, who are the better team. It would be huge if Travis was able to return for Stanford but note that forward Michael Humphrey is averaging 14.8 points and 9.2 rebounds over his last five games, Stanford has won six of the last eight meeting in this bitter rivalry and I’ll take the points with the Cardinal.