Brooklyn Nets VS Dallas Mavericks (Same game Multi 1 Unit – $6.15)
- Brooklyn Nets (+3.5 Points) Handicap (2 Units – $1.85)
- Spencer Dinwiddie 2+ Three Pointers Made (2 Units – $1.50)
- Luka Doncic Over 7.5 Assists (2 Units – $1.85)
Brooklyn and Dallas did split the season series last year and on paper, the two teams are fairly evenly matched so you’d assume tonight’s game could go down to the wire. The Nets do still have Kevin Durant, who has the ability to carry them in the clutch. The Mavs hold the NBA’s best offensive rating through 3 games at 122.6 and the next-best team behind them is at 118.7, which tells you just how much potential this team has offensively. Dinwiddie’s 3-point shooting has been really impressive in the 3 games played this season and he is 2nd on the team in efficiency with 55.6% makes from downtown, while making 3.3 per game on 6 attempts.
Golden State Warriors VS Miami Heat (Same Game Multi 1 Unit – $3.90)
- Miami Heat (+6.5 Points) Handicap (2 Units – $1.90)
- Andrew Wiggins Over 17.5 Points (2 Units – $1.85)
The Warriors did win both meetings in the regular season last year and a team like Miami doesn’t forget that. The Heat should be extra motivated to get one back here. In the end, Miami’s elite defence should make the difference tonight. Wiggins is averaging 21.6 points per game against them in 5 meetings while shooting almost 50% from the field and 42% from 3. He has gone over 20 points in all 4 previous games against them scoring 23, 23, 22 and 22 points. After 4 games played this season he is actually 2nd on the team in scoring only behind Curry with an average of 20.8 points per game.
Sacramento Kings VS Memphis Grizzlies
- Memphis Grizzlies To Win (2 Units – $1.65)
Sacramento has missed the postseason 16 years in a row, which is currently the longest streak in the NBA. They are without a home win in 7 games dating back to last season and in the last 10 against Memphis they’ve won only 3 times.