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They compete in a small home market, are rarely featured on national TV, sit in the middle of the standings and don’t have a player who’s a household name. The Sacramento Kings are arguably the most anonymous franchise in the NBA – except to sports bettors. The PointsBet $500 NBA offer means you can be a king with the Kings.

Sports bettors know the overlooked Kings as the best team against the spread in the NBA this season, with Sacramento carrying a 15-7 mark against the number into Wednesday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Wednesday night’s slate of 11 games also features the team with the best straight-up record in the league, the 20-5 Boston Celtics, traveling to Phoenix for a matchup of conference leaders against the 16-8 Suns.

The NBA schedule on Wednesday also offers an opportunity for bettors to take advantage of the second-chance promotion at PointsBet, where customers receive a refund in free bets should their initial cash wager lose. The current PointsBet second chance promo offers up to $500 in free bets for users who enter the code WELCOME at signup and place a fixed-odds wager each day for five days. Each lost wager over that span earns up to $100 in free bets.

PointsBet $500 NBA Offer: Phoenix 12-2 at home

While they may sit fifth in the NBA’s Western Conference leaders, the Sacramento Kings have been a boon to bettors by covering 10 of their past 14 games. They head to Milwaukee on the three-game win streak both overall and against the number. They have been powered by guard De’Aaron Fox and his 23 points per game. Sacramento will meet stout opposition in the Bucks. They have the league’s second-best overall record at 17-6, and are 13-9-1 against the spread – though they’ve covered just four of their last 12.

Wednesday night’s other big game is a nationally televised showcase between Boston and Phoenix. The Suns have won seven of their past nine and are an NBA-best 12-2 at home. The Suns have also been a fairly reliable cover as of late. They beat the number in seven of their past 11 games. (They did fall as a mild underdog in their most recent game at Dallas on Monday night.)

Boston, meanwhile, has been a beast – the Celtics have lost just three times since Oct. 30, amassing an 17-3 overall record over that span. They head to Phoenix for the third game in a five-game road trip, after winning the first two contests at Brooklyn and Toronto. The Celtics trail Sacramento by percentage points against the spread, standing 16-9 against the number and covering seven of their last eight.

Surprising OKC, Rebounding GSW

Wednesday night also features another team that has been very good to bettors this season, despite a lackluster overall record: Oklahoma City, 11-13 straight up, is a surprising 15-9 against the spread, thanks in large part to playing competitive games as underdogs. OKC has covered four straight, winning three of those outright, and heads to Memphis – which has covered five of six, sits just a game behind Phoenix in the Western Conference, and beat OKC 121-110 as 6.5-point favorites earlier this season.

The reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors, shaking off a slow start at 13-12 overall, have covered in just 11 of 25 games heading into a Wednesday night game at Utah – which despite its rebuilding program, has managed to be a respectable 14-12 overall and 15-11 against the spread to this point. The Jazz has covered in three of its last five, while Golden State has finally seemed to find its stride. The Warriors have won five of seven both overall and against the spread entering Wednesday’s game in Salt Lake City.

Then there are the NBA teams which haven’t been good to bettors – like Minnesota, which is 8-15 against the spread and has covered in just two of its last eight heading into a Wednesday night home game against Indiana. There are also the Washington Wizards, who’ve covered only one of their last 10 entering a game at Chicago. And there are the once-promising Atlanta Hawks, mired in a disagreement with star Trae Young, who have covered three of their last 10 entering a nationally televised game Wednesday night at the New York Knicks.

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