The BetSided team is always ready to support the players for this NBA season, sharing our favorite and best backing bets every day of the year.
These are the plays our team is eyeing the charts with tonight with all odds via WynnBET:
D’Angelo Russell OVER 5.5 support (-130)
Golden State Warriors looking to pick themselves on the road versus the Minnesota Timberwolves after blowing a huge fourth-quarter score for the Dallas Mavericks at home on Sunday night. With a fairly short touchline (Warriors -1.5), this bodes well for D’Angelo Russell to overtake his assist for tonight.
Since Russell’s return from a fourth-quarter injury, he’s not only been a very active goalscorer, he’s also grabbed more opportunities to distribute, dropping six more assists in seven in number 10 of his most recent matches.
Russell has missed this number in his last two games, but one notable trend is that his assists have increased in the last two games. Two of the three games he didn’t pass resulted in a loss of 10 or more points. – Ben Heisler
Seth Curry OVER 15.5 points (-135)
I can dim the Brooklyn Nets tonightbut I would buy low Seth Curry after he scored just 11 points from seven shots in less than 24 minutes in Monday’s loss to the Toronto Raptors.
Since joining the Nets, Curry is taking 13.3 shots per game and averaging 17.8 points per game while shooting 50% from the field and 48.8% from outside the arc.
With Kyrie Irving unable to play in Toronto, the Nets will need all they can get from Curry to hang out on Tuesday night. I like him back on track after beating this in his first four games against the Nets. – Peter Dewey
Karl-Anthony Towns BELOW 9.5 Rebounds (-105)
Karl-Anthony Towns is averaging 9.6 rebounds per game this season, but I think tonight is a good time to score him. He and the Timberwolves will face off against the Golden State Warriors, one of the more resilient teams in the NBA. Golden State takes up 51.1% of the table, good for the sixth best score.
They’ve played even better in recent games, picking up 51.6% of rebounds in their last three competitions. KAT has also slowed down in the recovery department in recent games, scoring a total of 11 in his last two games. I’m taking the train BELOW tonight. – Iain MacMillan
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