Monday's Betting Tips
Monday's Betting Tips
Monday Night Football Lines and Matchups for Nov. 19
Top Betting Odds for Monday
Get ready for Turkey Day later this week, but end Week 11 with an interesting Monday night football game, with Chicago taking on San Francisco. There's also a pretty big schedule in basketball in pro and college. If you bet the games, just don't take the big-name teams. Take a look at the mid-major programs and look for the dogs. Need help? Give ATS Sports line a chance and we'll help you out this year.
Let's get it underway.
Chicago (7-2) at San Francisco (6-2-1)
This could be a preview of the NFC Championship game, but both starting quarterbacks are also coming off injuries. The Bears are coming off a 13-6 home loss to Houston, while the 49ers were flat in a 24-24 tie at home to St. Louis. Jay Cutler is out due to a concussion and is not expected to play. Jason Campbell steps in for the Bears. Alex Smith is also coming off a concussion but is expected to play but Colin Kaepernick could see action as well. San Francisco is 6-0 ATS L6 on Mondays. NFL Line: San Francisco is a 7-point favorite. Total: 36.5.
#1 Indiana (3-0) vs. Georgia (1-2)
Georgia will have their hands full with top-ranked Indiana and All-American C Cody Zeller. Indiana faces the Bulldogs in the semifinal round of the Legends Classic in Brooklyn on Monday. The Hoosiers are on the verge of their fourth consecutive 4-0 start after beating Bryant, North Dakota State and Sam Houston State by an average of 41.0 points. Indiana held those opponents to a combined 34.5 percent from the floor.
The Hoosiers figure to face more of a test at the Barclays Center, where they'll play Georgia (1-2) before facing Georgetown or No. 13 UCLA the following night. Indiana is 11-2 ATS L13 non-conference games. College Lines: Indiana is a 20.5-point favorite. Total: 132.5.
#7 Kansas (2-1) at Washington State (2-1)
Ben McLemore and the No. 7 Jayhawks face Washington State in the semifinal round of the Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City on Monday night. After scoring nine points in the opener and 14 during a 67-64 loss to No. 21 Michigan State on Tuesday, McLemore scored 25 to lead Kansas (2-1) past Chattanooga 69-55 on Thursday. The Cougars (2-1) committed a season-high 20 turnovers in a 58-56 overtime loss at Pepperdine on Friday. Forward Brock Motum, averaging a team-best 17.7 points, had 15 while fellow senior Mike Ladd scored 10 to go along with a career high-tying 13 rebounds Washington State is 3-8 ATS L11 vs. Big 12. Hoops Odds: Kansas is a 12-point favorite. Total: 129,
Milwaukee (6-2) at Charlotte (4-4)
These clubs were a combined 56 games under .500 last season, with Charlotte finishing an all-time worst 7-59. This year, Milwaukee is trying to turn it around and Charlotte is a rare .500. The Bobcats (4-4) had their three-game winning streak snapped Saturday in a 94-87 home loss to the NBA-best Memphis Grizzlies. They've still won as many games as they won in last season's final 37 games.Milwaukee is led by high-scoring guard Monta Ellis. Milwaukee is 11-4 ATS L15 road games. Basketball lines: Milwaukee is a 4.5-point favorite. Total: 194.5.
LA Clippers (7-2) at San Antonio Spurs (8-2)
The Clippers dominated the Spurs 106-84 on Nov. 7 at Staples Center behind 22 points and 10 rebounds from Blake Griffin and 20 points and 11 boards from DeAndre Jordan. The victory started a five-game run, during which Los Angeles (7-2) has won by an average of 15.2 points after beating Chicago 101-80 on Saturday. Griffin scored a season-high 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds while Jamal Crawford added 22 points off the bench for the Clippers, who also will face Oklahoma City, Brooklyn and Atlanta during a four-game road trip. The Clippers have dropped 28 of the last 30 overall road meetings with a Spurs team that has won four of five since losing to Los Angeles. San Antonio (8-2) improved to 4-1 at home with a 126-100. Spurs are 14-5 ATS L19 in series. NBA Odds: San Antonio is a 4.5-point favorite. Total: 199.