Nine games this Saturday in the NBA and none coming sooner than 7:00pm ET, surprisingly. Check for the only excitement in a Cleveland game this year to showcase the future ‘ROY’ John Wall, to go off on the Cavs. A mix-matched line of match ups this night and tipped off by the late game showing the inconsistent youngsters and future stars, when the Memphis Grizzlies visit the Sacramento Kings at 10 pm Eastern Time.
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NBA Betting Picks for November 6th
New Orleans Hornets @ Milwaukee Bucks – The Hornets are for real as long as Chris Paul wants to be there and the defense stays tough. That was evident when they handled the Miami Heat last night. Milwaukee hasn’t beaten a good team this year and lost at Hornets 95-91. CP3 set his team up in the opener with 16 assists and showed the level that Brandon Jennings wants to attain. David West also played well, but nobody else had a particularly great game, so I think this one is do-able once again. With this number the line-setters in Vegas are still yet to give the Hornets the respect they deserve, but they will catch up. I became a believer after the Heat and they arguably haven’t played a bad team, making the Bucks low on the totem pole.
Toronto Raptors @ Portland Trailblazers – With Oberto gone, Aldridge questionable and Fernandez all but out, the Raptors are poised to keep this one close. They played at the level of the Lakers previously and received some bad calls early and the poor shooting of Barbosa late sealed the Raptors fait, losing a hard fought affair by five. Portland also lost a heartbreaker losing by one to OKC. The Blazers have beaten their lesser opponents, but nothing substantial as to worry us in a Toronto cover. Kobe Bryant paid credence to T-O- as the Lakers had tough times getting comfortable with the ever changing lineups and sets. But Coach Jay Triano stayed with the same setup and lineup throughout the fourth, Pau and L.A. found their comfort zone and finished happy to barely pull it out in the end.
Denver Nuggets @ Dallas Mavericks – In their last meeting the Mavericks took it 102-101 with a chance for Melo to win it, but came up short. Nowitzki had 35 points and didn’t attempt a 3-pointer. With all the injuries to the front court and with the elbow being tender for Carmelo Anthony I wanted to take the Nuggets in this spot, but I think the air in Denver was the only issue helping the Nugs and they will be beaten in this one. Dallas will look to assert their dominance and head to the rim once again. Hopefully guaranteeing us a win and not making this one as close as the previous contest.
I wanted to take the Nets as my third pick at just under 20 points at the Heat. But can you really offer up the Hornets, Raptors and Nets? Before the season I would have been laughed at. But with the emergence of CP3 in his teammates and them buying into Coach Monty Williams style of play, they are a good pick and the odds are really good presently. The Raptors play hard, but you can tell when they will be in a game and without a max-player, you can see their depth at all positions shine throughout a ball game.
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