NBA Roundup – Jan. 29


The top two candidates for this season’s MVP award in the NBA will be on the court together this Wednesday night when the Oklahoma City Thunder pay a visit to AmericanAirlines Arena to face the Miami Heat.

The Thunder are riding an eight-game winning streak and guard Kevin Durant has scored at least 30 points in his last 11 games. The Heat bounced back from a 2-4 road trip both straight-up and against the spread with three SU victories at home including an impressive 113-101 win over San Antonio this past Sunday as 3.5-point home favorites on VietBet’s closing betting line. LeBron James will also be in the spotlight as Miami’s leader in points (26), rebounds (6.9) and assists (6.5). VietBet has opened the Heat as four-point favorites with the total line set at 204.

Thursday night’s schedule features a huge showdown in the Pacific Division between the first-place Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors, who trail by 4.5 games. The Clippers have gone 8-2 SU in their last 10 games and they are currently riding a three-game winning streak heading into Wednesday night’s game against Washington. The Warriors lost to the Wizards 88-85 on Tuesday as eight-point home favorites. They are now just 2-5 both SU and ATS in their last seven games.

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Indiana remains at the top of the Eastern Conference standings with a 7-3 SU mark in its last 10 games. The Pacers are 35-9 SU overall with a profitable 29-15 record ATS. This past Tuesday they beat the Lakers 104-92 on the road as 10.5-point favorites after failing to cover in their previous three games. This Thursday, they will play host to Phoenix before welcoming Brooklyn to Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday.

Portland now trails Oklahoma City by three games in the Northwest Division race after suffering back-to-back losses to Golden State and Memphis both SU and ATS. The Trail Blazers are 33-13 SU and 25-21 ATS after failing to cover in five of their last six outings. The total has stayed UNDER in four of their last five games. They will have a few days off to regroup before hosting Toronto this Saturday night.

The Grizzlies are making a move in the Southwest with an 8-2 SU record in their last 10 games that includes a home-and-home sweep of Houston this past weekend. They are now three games above .500 at 23-20 SU. They will be on the road against Sacramento this Wednesday night and Minnesota on Friday, so be sure to check VietBet for the betting lines for these and all the games as the best NBA Betting site for US Players.


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