Boost Your Tuesday Night Profit With Our Total NBA Picks

Ross Benjamin

Tuesday, December 1, 2015 3:07 PM GMT

Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015 3:07 PM GMT

Our NBA odds analyst shares his two top totals NBA picks on Tuesday’s board. Go inside in order to find out what those bets are, and exactly why he chose them.

Phoenix Suns vs. Brooklyn Nets 7:35 PM ET
Brooklyn has gone 11-6 under the total this season, and that includes 3-0 (186.0 PPG) during their previous three games. Brooklyn has gone under the total by 22.0 points or more in each of their previous two games. Contrarily, Phoenix has gone over the total by a combined 65.5 points during its last three contests. All of those combined results qualify for an extremely profitable NBA totals betting angle which has passed the test of time with flying colors.

Any home team (Nets) with a total of 200.0 or greater, coming off two straight games in which they went under the total by 12.0 points or more, versus an opponent (Suns) that’s gone over the total by a combined 30 points or more in their previous three games, resulted in those games 44-14 (75.9%) under the total since 1996. Those 58 games have gone under the total by 7.0 points or more 56.1% of the time. This exact betting angle is also 18-2 the past five seasons, and 10-1 since 2013.

According to current NBA betting odds at BetCris.com, they provide me with the optimal number pertaining to this specific wager.

Free NBA Pick: Under the total of 206.5 (-110) at BetCRIS

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Orlando Magic vs. Minnesota Timberwolves 8:05 PM ET
Orlando has been stout defensively during their previous three games. During that stretch, they’ve allowed only 90.7 points per game, and held their opponents to just 40.0% shooting from the field. The Magic have gone 24-8 under the total in non-conference road games during the past three seasons. Orlando is coming off a 110-91 win over Boston as a 2.0 point home underdog.

Minnesota has gone 4-1 under (193.8 PPG) the total in its last three games. They also allowed 96 points or less in four of those five contests.

Any road team (Orlando) with a total of 200.0 to 209.5, coming off a straight up underdog win by 10 points or more, resulted in those games going 47-19 (71.2%) under the total during the past five seasons. There were 48.5% of those 66 games that went under the total by 7.0 points or more.

I like this game to be a low scoring affair, and one of my NBA picks on Tuesday will be indicative of that prediction.

Free NBA Pick: Under the total of 204.0 at BetOnline

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