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March 1st, 2018 NBA Betting Tips

GraemeWritten by Graeme

Well it was a disappointing night last night.

Both of those games were schedule alert games but I thought both the Bucks and the Hornets would put on better performances than that.

The Bucks to be honest were just abysmal and let the Pistons run over them. They looked like a team that just didn’t care if they won unfortunately. Disappointing as I thought they’d come in fired up after that tight Wizards game.

The Hornets I can’t blame too much – they simply couldn’t compete with the Celtics. Irving was tremendous and Boston were just on another level the entire night and Charlotte couldn’t compete.

We move onto tonight with 4 games on the board. My system doesn’t feel very strong about any of the games tonight.

Cavaliers vs 76ers Betting Tips:

One thing the Cavs suck at is ATS at home and I’ll be backing that to continue tonight as I take 76ers +3.5.

This should be a big game and after 2 disappointing losses, I like the Sixers to push hard tonight and keep this one close if not keep it. It’s hard to see them losing 3 in a row. They were unlucky in that one against the Heat with Wade wrapping it up with just a few seconds left.

I think tonight we’re going to see the Lebron show but I think that’s going to be a detriment to the team. With rumours of him going to the Sixers and just the way the Cavs are disorganized right now, I think that’s going to hurt them and the Sixers will be pumped for this one.

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Heat vs Lakers Betting Tips:

I’m going with Lakers +4. It was great to see Wade put that one in the other night but I saw a lot of issues with that Heat team and I think the Lakers have what it takes here.

The Lakers come into this on the back of 3 huge wins and they’re well rested and relaxed and confident.

I think if you’re going to back the Lakers this is the time to do it – they’re rolling hot at the moment with the entire team really putting up the numbers.