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The Phoenix Suns and Sacramento Kings will face off tonight for a late-night NBA matchup. Can Chris Paul get it done for us tonight? ThatGuyBets answers.
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Phoenix Suns vs. Sacramento Kings Prediction: Can Chris Paul Dish Out Assists?

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Suns vs. Kings Start Time, Where to Watch, Odds

  • Date: March 11, 2023
  • Gametime: 9:00 pm ET
  • Where to watch: NBA League Pass

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Phoenix Suns vs. Sacramento Kings Prediction

1u - Chris Paul o9.5 Assists (-115) Bet $115 to collect $215. BetMGM has the best odds, click here

I’m trusting the old man here. CP3 has been great at dishing the rock, and this is a phenomenal matchup for him. Betting on a double-double was tempting at +135, but we have seen him have double-digit assists but not points in seven games this year, and I didn’t want to fall victim to that happening an eighth time.

Chris Paul has faced Sacramento once this year and racked up a season-high 19 assists against them. The encouraging thing was that game featured the same projected four starters in Booker, Ayton, Craig, and Okogie. Booker will definitely have some run as the primary ball handler, but the offense will mostly run through CP3, and he should be throwing dimes.

This game's total is 240.5, and the spread is just four. The Suns are projected to score 122 points, and if that's the case, I like Paul’s passing to have a major impact on that. Sacramento allows the seventh most assists to point guards, and CP3 almost doubled this prop last time against them. I like DraftKings' alt line of 15+ at +900 as a tiny sprinkle; a little $5 bet would return you $50. Let's hope this game is fast-paced and competitive, and let's roll!

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