11 Friday night games in the NBA with some heavy-hitting match ups that will curb any fans appetite. Currently I am picking at a 73 % clip, going 22-8 in my last 30, including all picks in the last two weeks. If I’ve been winning you money support the site and sign up for BetED.com to bet on NBA! Thunder v. Hornets, Lakeshow @ ChiTown and the Magic visiting Utah are my must watch games for tonight.
NBA Betting Picks for Friday, December 10th:
Charlotte Bobcats @ Indiana Pacers – The Pacers are a mediocre team improving, the Cats are a bad road team and alright at home. Charlotte is missing Raymond Felton more than anticipated. Coach Larry Brown seems to always do this franchises, he turns over the roster, acquiring all veteran types and in turn selling young talent cheaply. When he leaves, the team struggles to rebuild with fewer pieces than when he got there, casein point Philadelphia, New York and Detroit. For this match up starting point guard DJ Augustin has been struggling and even more so when facing the Pacers, not exactly a strong message for Charlotte fans in this one. Indiana’s most recent loss is not worrisome for me as CHA lost its last game of November in similar fashion. Indy matches well with any lineup that they will face in this one.
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Oklahoma City Thunder @ New Orleans Hornets – After New Orleans got off to an unexpected start, have come back to earth a little and are still playing tough defense and routinely winning at the N.O. Arena. Chris Paul is looking for a defensive effort that lasts 48 minutes tonight. Unlike their letdown witnessed on the 29th of November, when facing the Thunder in their backyard. Having the game in control and watching their lead dwindle as Russell Westbrook took over and seeing Chris Paul continue to gamble and take unnecessary chances late was alarming, after amassing five steals. But CP3 needs to realize that he can lead the Hornets on offense but Okafor in the back is the leader on D. So speaking up and criticizing teammates while he offers up a matador defense is irresponsible. Now at home the Hornets should split this series at a modest price.
Oklahoma City VS New Orleans – The final score in their last game was 95-89 and we are getting a line near 200, so I am liking our chances. Yes they missed a lot of shots and a lot of shots were altered and blocked, but the steals and free throws I believe evened things out and still gave us a total we would see if buckets were cashed firstly. N.O. played well and made shots, played defense but they fouled way too much. A factor I hope to be helped by being in the comfort of the homely confines. The length at all spots is what helps our under with OKC, with Sefolosha and Green being defensively gifted and offensively work in progresses, we can lean towards the under. The depth for OKC is not there and they take a lot of jumpers, as does the Hornets bench. If Trevor Ariza can play well and match up against Durant and not foul, the Hornets will take it and control keeping it way under. The highest game total gained in their last five games, has been a maximum of 193.
San Antonio should win at home, but giving eight is close.