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These are the plays our team is eyeing the charts with tonight with all odds via WynnBET:
Brandon Ingram OVER 22.5 points (-105)
Brandon Ingram has crossed this line in three of the last six games. In two of the three games he missed, he missed a point. Ingram is top scorer for the New Orleans Pelicans and there will be shots to secure a big match. The New York Knicks defended better late in the game, but Ingram is going through two bad games and having a bit of a positive downturn.
If Ingram can get away with an extremely underperforming night from three, 23 points should be on the card for him. – Donnavan Smoot
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. – Peter Dewey
Stephen Curry OVER 23.5 points (-120)
This line has dropped too low. I understand Steph Curry struggled late in the game, going under 20 points for three games in a row, but this is a great spot for the Golden State Warriors keeper to play against. As of January 1st, Indiana Pacers’ defense is 4th worst in the league and will come on the second night of the confrontation after playing a tight game against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Don’t think too much, Curry. – Reed Wallach
If you have read Peter Dewey’s NBA Best Bets for today, you know the Pacers are likely to hold it tight with Golden State tonight because the Warriors played some of their most out-of-the-ordinary basketball stuff; lost five of the last eight games.
If we agree with the assertion that Indiana should keep it competitive beyond the 11.5-point range that WynnBET shows, then Curry will need to play a more prominent role than he has had in the three games. past. He’s averaging just over 28 minutes, churning out just under 16 points per game.
As Curry gets extra minutes, his points and usage rate skyrocket, and this will happen tonight. 23.5 is too low for someone like him, especially at home, where he is about to come out of his slump. – Ben Heisler
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