NBA Betting Articles

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Joe Freda -

Nate McMillan’s club returns home from a four-game road swing in Tuesday’s matchup against the Dallas Mavericks, who are 1-5 ATS in their latest six contests.

 
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Legends -

Hello once again players, let’s see how things went for this past week in the world of sports betting. Did you win or did the house take from you? Check out the games that made the differences.

 
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Craig Tattan -

The Boston Celtics have had their way with the Nets over the last three seasons.  

 
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Joe Freda -

The Lakers cashed with a 3-1 spread record in their four-game road trip last week and now Phil Jackson’s club begins a seven-game homestand, beginning with the Magic.

 
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Adam Markowitz -

The San Antonio Spurs are the most disrespected team in the NBA. For whatever reason, no one believes that they are really a quality enough team to have 54 wins through 66 games on the season. 

 
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Joe Freda - The Golden State Warriors look to make the odds makers happy and take the win as they face the Minnesota Timberwolves tonight.
 
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statfox.com - The Orlando Magic are a four and a half point favorite on the NBA betting board as they take the road against the Phoenix Suns. With the Suns star player in trouble this game could give an insight into the Suns future capability.
 
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Joe Freda -

The Oklahoma City Thunder begin three road games in four days with Sunday afternoon’s matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers, who are on a 0-3 ATS slide.

 
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Joe Freda -

Ths Spurs finish a four-game homestand with Friday’s matchup against the Sacramento Kings, who have dropped four straight in their race for the draft’s ping pong balls.

 
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LT Profits Sports Group - The NBA Playoffs are almost here, as teams have less than 20 games left, so we made projections for teams on the cusp of making the post season. When all is said and done, the Pacers should hold on for the final spot in the East, not because they are that good but because the teams chasing them figure to drop off. We like Memphis to hold on in the West, but Houston looks dangerous.