We had a packed schedule in the NBA on Wednesday night, as LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Donovan Mitchell, Luka Doncic, Joel Embiid and Trae Young were all active.
I know I’ll have multiple matches going on at once tonight, so why not place some bets in the process?
I’ll be back to beat the Houston Rockets on Wednesday, and I also have a selection of support players. We’ve won 11-3 in picks in this column since last Thursday, so let’s keep the momentum going tonight.
All odds courtesy of WynnBET Sportsbook.
Houston Rockets vs San Antonio Spurs: Spurs -5 (-110)
The San Antonio Spurs are battling through the COVID-19 outbreak when they host the Houston Rockets on Wednesday. This line has changed from Spurs -5 to Spurs -6 at WynnBET, but I was able to lock it at -5 earlier in the day.
Houston could bring big rookie Alperen Sengun back for this game, but will that be enough for the Rockets to end their three-game losing streak? The Rockets have only won 1-9 in the last 10 games and they have only won 1 time in the last 13, losing 12 of them and 11 of them being double digits.
The Spurs have also lost three in a row since Keldon Johnson, Derrick White and Devin Vassell joined the league’s health and safety protocols, so something has to come on Wednesday. The Spurs fought hard against the Brooklyn Nets in extra time on Sunday, but they were overtaken by the New York Knicks in the second night’s confrontation.
San Antonio is losing 10-7 at home this season and the top rated 6-5 ATS, but can we count on the supporting cast around Dejounte Murray?
I think we can, as the Rockets have been completely reeling over the past month, and are currently ranked 30th in defensive rating and 26th in offensive rating.
Both the Spurs and the Rockets are top for speed, but with the total set at 232, I would just back to San Antonio in this one.
Jarrett Allen OVER 10.5 bounces (-105)
Jarrett Allen and Cleveland Cavaliers Will Join the Utah Jazz The team is scheduled to be without Rudy Gobert Wednesday night due to NBA health and safety protocols.
Gobert missed three games, and Utah ranked 22nd in the NBA in recovery rate for that period and had the worst defensive rating in the NBA.
Allen won £10 in the first meeting between these teams, but that was against a sane Utah team that ranked #1 in the NBA in recovery percentage when Gobert played.
In his last six games since returning from the NBA’s health and safety protocols, Allen has gone four times total and averaged 11.3 rebounds per game. I think he cleared it with Utah struggling to do anything defensively.
Julius Randle scores a Double-Double (+100)
Julius Randle’s double prop was knocked out at WynnBET, but consensus got him to +100 to score the feat against Dallas.
Last season, Randle scored twice in both of the New York Knicks’ games against the Dallas Mavericks, and he’s averaged 19.0 points and 10.2 rebounds per game this season.
Randle has had double-digit bounces in six of his last seven games, and he’s facing a Dallas team that is in the middle of the group (16th) in terms of rebounds for the season. this.
While Randle scored just two points in his final game, he has tracked single-digit scoring performance this year significantly, scoring 24, 31 and 30 points in the last three games. his after displaying a digit.
I like the odds plus for Randle to win the double against the Mavs tonight.
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