Looking to tonight’s NBA action is Will Burns and he has selected three tips as the best way to make a profit from the overnight games.
Monday 6th March 2017
In yesterday’s NBA Daily, we won one and lost one for an unfortunate small loss as Steph Curry and co failed to find the basket in the second quarter. The Warriors do seem to be the curse of GetBetSmart.com as of late. Let’s leave them alone for a while.
Tonight, I have three games previewed so read on and get betting but remember folks, STICK TO THE STAKING PLAN and we can’t go wrong. Everyday we will usually place these bets at Bet365, if you don’t have an account please click here and on sign up you will receive up to £200 deposit match bonus so this will give your bank a big boost! It’s really worth doing guys especially if you are looking to make long term profits. Now you have your bank in order, onto the tips…
Milwaukee Bucks @ Philadelphia 76ers – 00:05GMT
Coming off a 30 point defeat (136-106) against the Pistons on Saturday evening, the nine-man Philadelphia 76ers (23-39) and their efforts on the defensive end was horrific. The score, which was the most points that the Sixers have let through all season, was not aided by the fact that they were without Jahlil Okafor (knee) and Gerald Henderson (hip) in the lineup.
At home, the Sixers have made vast improvement in results, being victorious in 15 of their 33 games at the Wells Fargo Center after winning just seven last term and tonight, coming into the game as the underdog, they will aim for win number 16.
Milwaukee Bucks (28-33) stand currently one and half games out of the Eastern Conference’s eighth playoff spot will look to build on last night’s home win over Toronto (101-94) but are currently 11-17 on the road. Now with the Sixers’ winning 15 of their 23 at home and with one day of rest over a non-division foe, they look a tremendous price at 2.67 with Bet365 and that is my selection for this one. If you wish to take less risk, wait until the line-ups and possibly look at the handicap points for Philly instead.
Miami Heat @ Cleveland Cavaliers – 00.05GMT
Cleveland could be ready to feel the Heat tonight (pun intended). After an 120-92 loss to tonight’s opponents on Saturday, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers (42-19) look for revenge at the Quicken Loans Arena against Miami Heat (29-34). Do not read into Saturday’s result too much, it needs to be noted that James and Kyrie Irving did not play, and Kevin Love and J.R. Smith are still recovering from surgeries. It’s been announced that James and Irving are back for tonight’s rematch and free-agent signing Andrew Bogut is set to make his home debut.
Tipped to start, Bogut’s priority may be to gain some retribution for what Miami’s Rodney McGruder did late in the game this past Saturday. With 1:14 remaining on the clock, McGruder dunked over Channing Frye, then proceeded to slap Frye on the back. The Cleveland bench erupted so much that the injured Smith had to be escorted from the court after the game by security.
The Heat will realise they were will be facing a much different line-up tonight as they were basically given a night off on Saturday. The Heat made 18 three pointers on Saturday which is rare and I fail to see them repeating that tonight with the perimeter protection of Irving returning. I feel the Heat do not have the talent to carry them into the playoffs and since they have lost their last two games on the road, I’m with the Cavs tonight.
Cleveland will have fresh legs and full of fire to burn the Heat out. Cavs -5 on the handicap is my selection at just over 1/2. After researching and writing that one, I might stay up to watch!
Brooklyn Nets @ Memphis Grizzlies – 01:00GMT
In a nutshell, the Brooklyn Nets (10-51) are the worst team in the NBA and out of thirty games on the road this season they have won three. Tonight will be their sixth straight road game since returning from the All-Star break and their third in the last four days with the previous two coming at Utah and Portland. They are fourth in the league in three point attempts – they shoot 32 a game – however only make ten on average.
Do you want me to make matters worse for them? OK, the Nets give up a league high 114.4 points per game. Done.
The Memphis Grizzlies (36-27) begin a four game run at the Fed-Ex Forum this evening and will look to bounce back from losing their last two in a tour of Texas (Dallas and Houston). In the last game in which the Grizzlies and Nets met (February 13th), the Grizzlies won fairly easily, 112-103 and I see that happening again, at least. Get on the Grizzlies to win by ten at 1.55.
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