NBA Weekly Basketball Betting Picks Nov. 11

The new NBA season has begun in pretty much the same way the last one ended with Golden State and Cleveland occupying the lime light. The Warriors won the 2015 NBA title with a 4-2 best-of-seven series win against the Cavaliers and, through Tuesday’s action in the NBA, things appear to be headed in that direction again with Golden State a perfect 8-0 followed by Cleveland at 7-1.

When it comes to betting on the games through TopBET USA live mobile betting Sportsbooks NBA betting odds, it has been a mixed bag with these two teams. The Warriors are 5-3 against the spread, while Cleveland fast 3-0 start ATS has deteriorated into a 3-5 record after failing to cover in its last five games. This past Tuesday, the Cavs squeezed past Utah 118-114 as 5.5-point favorites at home despite a 31-point night from LeBron James.

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The hottest team in the NBA over the past week has been the 4-4 Indiana Pacers. After stumbling out of the blocks with a 0-3 start both SU and ATS, they have now covered in their last five games. When it comes to betting the total, it has stayed UNDER in five of their last six games.

The SU 7-2 (5-3-1 ATS) Atlanta Hawks recent seven-game winning streak came to an end this past Monday in a 117-107 loss to Minnesota as 8.5-point home favorites. It was the first time they failed to cover in their last five games.

The two bottom feeders in the Eastern Conference have been Philadelphia and Brooklyn with a combined record of 0-14. The 76ers are at least 3-4 ATS, but the Nets have failed to cover in six of their first seven games.

Along with the Warriors out West, Utah has been another pretty good bet. After covering against the Cavs on Tuesday, it is 4-3 SU with a 5-2 record ATS. The Jazz have now covered in their last three games.

The ever reliable San Antonio Spurs have set the early pace in the Southwest Division with a 5-2 start both SU and ATS. They are 5-1 ATS this season when closing as favorites and they have covered in their last two games following Monday’s 106-88 romp over Sacramento as eight-point road USA online basketball betting favorites.

One of the most disappointing starts in the NBA belongs to New Orleans. A playoff team from a year ago, the Pelicans have sorely missed guard Tyreke Evans in a 1-6 start both SU and ATS. They finally notched their first win of the year with Tuesday’s 120-105 victory against Dallas as 2.5-point favorites at home.

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