NBA Weekly Sportsbook Betting Picks & Predictions: Dec. 2
NBA Weekly Sportsbook Betting Picks & Predictions: Dec. 2, As the new NBA season enters the month of December and the Golden State Warriors continue the rewrite the record books with their amazing 19-0 straight-up start, while the Philadelphia 76ers finally ended their dubious run at futility with Tuesday night’s 103-91 victory over the equally futile Los Angeles Lakers as one-point home favorites.
The Sixers are now 1-18 SU on the year, but they have been kind to bettors lately with a perfect 6-0 record against the spread in their last six games. Tuesday’s win was the first time in 19 games they actually closed as favorites. Philly will try and make it two in a row SU on Wednesday night as nine-point road underdogs against the New York Knicks.
Another hot team ATS in the Eastern Conference that has also struggled to win games this season is Brooklyn. The Nets have just five SU wins on the year verse 13 losses, but they have now covered in their last five games following Tuesday’s 94-91 upset over Phoenix as four-point home underdogs on TopBET USA live mobile gambling Sportsbook closing NBA betting odds. Brooklyn has been a solid bet since mid-November with a 10-1 record ATS in its last 11 games. The Nets will be back in action on Friday against the rival Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
The Orlando Magic have worked their way above .500 at 10-8 on the year and along the way they have put some money in bettors pockets at 12-6 ATS. Over the past week they have put together a four-game winning streak both SU and ATS. Next up on Thursday night is a road game against the Utah Jazz followed by a trip to Los Angeles this Saturday to face the Clippers.
The top betting team right now in the Western Conference is 8-8 Utah with three straight covers including one against Golden State this past Monday in a tight 106-103 loss as a 7.5-point home underdog. The total in that game went OVER TopBET USA live mobile gambling Sportsbook closing 202-point line after staying UNDER in the Jazz’s previous five games. Utah is now 10-5-1 ATS on the year with the total staying UNDER in 11 of the 16 games.
Another hot team in the West ATS has been the Dallas Mavericks. They knocked-off Portland on Tuesday night 115-112 as 1.5-point road underdogs to cover for the ninth time in their last 12 games. Dallas is now 11-8 SU with a 12-7 record ATS.