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Charlotte +9.5
Denver -9.5

Over 219 (-110)
Under 219 (-110)

Community Picks: Charlotte 49% vs Denver 51%

Charlotte and Denver Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
The Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings, two teams coming off tight losses at home Thursday, meet Saturday night in the California capital in a series that has been quite competitive the past two seasons. After the Warriors won 15 of 16 meetings dating back to the start of the 2014 season, the Northern California rivals split their four-game season series last year, with each winning twice on the opponent's home floor. The Warriors narrowly escaped with a 117-116 home victory this November, before running their winning streak in Sacramento to three with a 130-125 triumph in December. Continue to Article
January 04, 2019 9:04:pm EST
The Charlotte Hornets have plenty to deal with when they play the Western Conference's top team, but other issues could be hanging over the team ahead of Saturday's game at the Denver Nuggets. Charlotte (18-19) goes to Denver without center Cody Zeller and with trade rumors swirling. The Sporting News reported that league sources said the team is looking to trade center Frank Kaminsky and unload the contracts of Nicolas Batum and Bismack Biyombo. Continue to Article
January 04, 2019 3:33:pm EST
James Harden strengthened his MVP bid with a game-winning display to lead the Houston Rockets past the Golden State Warriors 135-134 in overtime. The Rockets star recorded his fifth successive 40-point game, while tallying a triple-double, and hit a game-winning three-pointer with just a second remaining in OT. Harden also had help from Clint Capela, who tallied his third 20-20 game of the season with 29 points and 21 rebounds as the Rockets overcame a 20-point second-half deficit. Continue to Article
January 04, 2019 1:42:am EST
It happens twice a year. Michael Malone rolls through Sacramento with his Denver Nuggets team and, without fail, manages to take a jab at his former employer. "Vlade [Divac], this group, they've done a great job, and I hope they let Dave [Joerger] do his job and not screw it up for him," the former Kings coach said during his pregame media availability Thursday night. Continue to Article
January 03, 2019 10:35:pm EST
Nikola Jokic is the ideal player to lead the blossoming Nuggets. Last summer, in the quiet hallways of a near-empty Pepsi Center, one could find Denver Nuggets president Tim Connelly, unkempt and scraggly, stumbling through the halls in a T-shirt and sweats: the uniform of a corporate man during a non-corporate month. Connelly turned and took one look at his five-year, $147 million investment, a wind-burnt 250-pound center with the athletic profile of a 7-foot professional baseball pitcher: pudgy, slow-footed but endowed with the eyesight of an eagle and an arm that can whip a ball anywhere on the court at speeds both lightning-fast and lob-slow. Continue to Article
January 03, 2019 5:38:pm EST
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