|Sydney Kings vs Brisbane Bullets NBL Betting Odds and Game Info|
|NBL betting odds||Kings $1.53 at BetOnline | Bullets $2.56 at Sportsbet|
|When||Saturday, June 5 at 8pm AEST|
|Where||Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney, New South Wales|
|Last time they met||Brisbane Bullets 93-70 Sydney Kings (R18, 2021)|
The Sydney Kings and Brisbane Bullets will both be looking to snatch a top-four finish when they clash in the final round of the 2021 NBL season at Qudos Bank Arena this Saturday night.
Both the Kings and Bullets sit fifth and sixth respectively on the NBL ladder, and the winner of their clash this weekend could qualify for the finals series if other results fall in their favour.
South East Melbourne Phoenix must beat the New Zealand Breakers this Saturday to solidify themselves in fourth position on the ladder, which would put an end to Sydney and Brisbane’s finals aspirations.
The Bullets have kept their season alive by winning their last three contests, including a crucial triumph over SEM Phoenix last round. The Kings are also in winning form after beating Melbourne United in double-overtime and outmuscling the Illawarra Hawks on the road.
Online bookmakers are favouring the home side for this round 21 matchup, which is no surprise since the Kings have not lost to the Bullets at Qudos Bank Arena this season.
Sydney Kings vs Brisbane Bullets betting tips
Sydney Kings to win by 1-10 points
The Sydney Kings should win on their home court, but the Brisbane Bullets will not go down without a fight. Jarell Martin has been scoring heavily since the beginning of May and is coming off a 23/10 double-double against the Hawks. Martin needs to be at his best to quell the influence of Lamar Patterson, who alongside Nathan Sobey will keep Brisbane within reaching distance.
Sydney Kings by 1-10 points
Over 171.5 total points
These teams have faced off against each other four times this season. Twice the total score has exceeded the points line, and twice it has not. Six of the last seven Brisbane Bullets contests have gone over 171.5 total points, which is where the line is set for Saturday’s clash. We think another high-scoring match will play out between the Kings and Bullets, much like their round nine clash that totalled 227 points.
Over 171.5 total points
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