We’ve got three NBA games on Thursday night and we’ll be in for a treat when Phoenix Suns on Dallas Mavericks.
While Luka Doncic and Devin Booker battled it, New York Knicks Host New Orleans Pelicans on Thursday when they tried to catch a two-board skateboard.
Steph Curry and Klay Thompson will face the Indiana Pacers in late game too, bringing us three must-see games and must-bets, tonight.
That’s right, I have at least one pick in each of these games. Let’s jump on it!
All allowed odds of WynnBET Sportsbook.
Phoenix Suns vs. Dallas Mavericks: Suns -2.5 (-110) | BELOW 216.5 (-110)
Two of the hotter teams in the Western Conference will go head-to-head on Thursday night, with the Phoenix Suns and Dallas Mavericks both winning four games in a row.
Phoenix were without Deandre Ayton (ankle) for the second straight game on Thursday, but they handled the San Antonio Spurs without him for the last time.
The win over Spurs put the Suns 11-6 ahead of their favorite team this season, and they’re back in that position again tonight.
Dallas has been fantastic since Doncic’s return to the roster, but it hasn’t looked dominant over the past few games.
These two teams have top two defensive ratings in the past 15 games, and they’re both in the top four this season. Dallas has gone under a total of 216.5 tonight in 11 of its last 12 games, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we see a defensive battle tonight with the Mavs backing.
I’m actually going to make two choices in this game, backing the Sun to cover and backing.
Indiana Pacers vs Golden State Warriors: Pacers +11.5 (-110)
Am I crazy or is this way too many points to give the Pacers after they lost only two points to Golden State in their first meeting?
The Warriors have struggled without Draymond Green this season, only going 4-6, and he and Otto Porter will not feature in Thursday’s game.
While the Pacers were without Myles Turner, they had a great game from Caris LeVert on Wednesday night and Malcolm Brogdon was back in the lineup.
The Warriors are just 4-7 to the odds in their last 11 games, and while they’re dominating at home (15-6-1 ATS), I can’t hit this number with Green out.
Indiana has been playing firmly as an underdog this season, 14-8 by margin. The Pacers are also 5-2 in back-to-back matches this season, the second-best record in the NBA. I think the Warriors won, but give me the Pacers to support and keep this game over.
Julius Randle OVER 19.5 points (-115)
I’m surprised this Randle number dropped below 20 even though he had 21 points in the Knicks’ loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday.
Randle scored only 10 points in his first meeting with the Pelicans, but that was because RJ Barrett had a career-high 35 and Randle had only made 9 shots.
Jules has surpassed this number in four of his last eight games and is averaging 19.1 points per game over the seasons. New Orleans is only 24th in the NBA in defensive ratings this season, so I think Randle could have a big game on Thursday.
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