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Sacramento Kings vs Miami Heat Match Details
🇺🇸 Competition: NBA
🗓 Date: Friday February 19
⏰ Time: 2:00pm AEST
🏟 Stadium: Golden 1 Center
Head to Head
- 31/01/21: Heat 105-104 Kings
- 23/07/20: Heat 104-98 Kings
- 08/02/20: Kings 105-97 Heat
- 21/01/19: Heat 118-113 Kings
- 03/07/19: Kings 88-89 Heat
Sacramento Kings vs Miami Heat Tips & Predictions
Both sides will be looking to end their losing streak to put themselves in reach of a playoff position.
The Kings will enjoy an extra day’s break after losing by 11-points in a high scoring affair against the Brooklyn Nets. However, a promising sign is the number of shots that were thrown up against the Nets, 96 to the Nets 89.
Meanwhile, the Heat have won four of their last six matches, with the two losses being the latest results. They do play two days on the trot after facing the Warriors the day before.
Considering the extra day’s break that the Kings have, I believe they will get up and win.