Super seven available for sports bettors tonight in the NBA. My picks surprised even me in the end but like what was offered today. We are still rolling and went perfect yesterday and are 5-1 the last two nights.
NBA Betting Picks for Tuesday, December 14th:
Atlanta Hawks @ Detroit Pistons – Atlanta can beat the lower class opponents and will do so throughout this year. I see no difference in this match up. With Joe Johnson out, this team has lost their go to guy and will need Jamal Crawford and a fast breaking style to get easy buckets and transition defense playing a big part. ATL is 8-2 in their last ten and the two losses have come on the road against two of the best teams in the NBA, San Antonio and the Miami Heat. Detroit is on the opposite side of the spectrum at 2-8 and leading the Toronto Raptors by 25 in their last game, only to lose by four in the biggest comeback in Raptors history. A debilitating loss that mirrors what happened to Cleveland after LeBron’s appearance, returning home. I am not sure what we will see from the Pistons. I just know that Atlanta is a much better ‘team’, being the keyword.
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Sacramento Kings @ Houston Rockets – Houston has been playing well in games they are supposed to win and just coming up short in hard fought road affairs. The Kings are routinely getting blown out on the road and the loss to the Clippers shows that this team is not ready to compete nightly. The Sacramento bee reported that “Tyreke Evans (would) miss the next three games, with (his) foot injury.” New reports show that he will travel with the team and be considered “day to day.” So in their first game of the trip I am comfortable he will miss this one. But if he does play it could hurt our cover, but Houston should win outright.
Minnesota Timberwolves @ Golden State Warriors – Golden State during their losing streak visited Minnesota, in late November and won, ending any doubt I have in this one. The match up of David Lee and Kevin Love is any rebounding fans premier match up, at least any for which whom has seen the last two years in the NBA. This game also boasts prolific one-sided scorers in Monta Ellis and Michael Beasley. Minnesota may have both key cogs in their rotation back for the first time this season in PG Jonny Flynn and Martell Webster. But will undoubtedly struggle to acclimate them as they have been playing decently well on the young season. Both of these squads can boast just a combined 3-17 in their last 20 games. Missing Steph Curry has hurt the Warriors try to complete a game plan for 48. Facing Minnesota once again and at the friendly confines of ORACLE Arena, the Warriors should show they are ‘smart’ enough to roll the Wolves, records are in play. 5-5 for GSW at home versus Minny at 1-12 on the road.
Is Melo going to win games and still have the magic? Lakers continue to play down to their competition, can we still bet with them, giving up double digits? Philly and Toronto are worth a look in two ugly games respectively.