Strong week in NBA betting tips last week as we went 5-4 through the Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday slates! We’ll be back with full previews and betting tips for the key games of the week again, starting with the nine game slate this Tuesday, the 19th of November.
The Rockets continued their wining ways on Sunday as they claimed a 20 point win over the Timberwolves on the road. James Harden was fantastic once again, dropping 49 points in the win while the Rockets supporting cast of Ben McLemore, Chris Clemons and Austin Rivers combined for 58 points.
The Blazers made headlines throughout the week by signing veteran and former all-star Carmelo Anthony to a non-guaranteed contract. Anthony should add valuable scoring off the bench, which the Blazers have desperately needed through their 5-8 start to the season.
The Rockets start as six point favourites here, which we really like given that they have won their last seven games in a row by at least six points. The Rockets have put up at least 110 points in 10 of their 13 games so far and should be able to score at will here.
The Mavericks have had a solid start to the season, winning 7 of their first 12 games on the back of some dominant play by Luka Doncic. The second year player is averaging a ridiculous 28.5 points, 10.7 rebounds and 9.1 assists through the first 12 games and is an early contender for MVP.
The Spurs definitely aren’t the powerhouse they once were under head coach Gregg Popovich, but they looked competitive in the Western Conference, starting the season with a 5-3 record. However, they have gone on to lose their next five games in a row, the most recent a 5 point loss to Portland at home on Sunday.
Always tough to bet against the Spurs at home, but it’s a different story when they are on the road. They are just 1-4 away from home this season while the Mavericks are 2-0 against their divisional rivals this year.
The Celtics lost just their second game of the season on Monday as they went down to the Kings in Sacramento by one point. The loss snapped a 10 game winning streak for the Celtics, and they currently sit atop the Eastern Conference with a 10-2 record.
The Suns have been one of the surprise packets of the year so far, starting the season with a 7-4 record after many tipped them to be one of the minnows in the Western Conference. Aussie Aron Baynes has been great in the absence of starting centre DeAndre Ayton, averaging 15 points including two three pointers made per game.
The Suns have been fantastic but it’s hard not to like the look of the Celtics here with a 2.5-point headstart. The Celts are 6-4-2 against the spread this season and should be keen to bounce back after the disappointing loss in Sacramento.
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In the third instalment of our Betfair instructional series, we take a look at understanding staking plans and how they can be used to stay in control of your bank roll read more
In our next strategy guide for the Betfair platform, we take a look at understanding how the Betfair markets work and what different types of backs and lays you can place with Betfair! read more
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The 2019-20 Big Bash League gets underway on Tuesday, the 17th of December and as many of the teams won't have their full compliment of players available to them on night one, we have compiled a predicted starting XI for all eight teams in the first week of the tournament here read more
The Sydney Thunder will be buoyed by the full-time return of star batsman Usman Khawaja this year, but will it be enough to lift them into the finals in BBL09? See our full Sydney Thunder preview here read more
The Sydney Sixers are one of the more successful sides in Big Bash League history, having won the title once and made the finals in five of eight seasons. Can they make waves in BBL09? See our full Sixers team preview here read more
The Perth Scorchers are the most dominant team in Big Bash League history, but can they overcome a host of injuries in BBL09? See our team preview for the Scorchers here read more