Tuesday's Betting Tips
Tuesday's Betting Tips
Basketball Betting Odds with Analysis: Feb. 12
Ready to get things going with some more hoops? The NBA wraps up in the next three days before the All-Star Break. There are five betting opportunities tonight in the NBA. In college basketball, there are several quality SEC games and a Big 10 rivalry. Sharpen your pens and track these lines tonight!
Let's get rolling!
#25 Kentucky (17-6 SU, 8-12 ATS) at #7 Florida (19-3 SU, 12-7 ATS)
Last game (3/10/12). KENTUCKY (-9) over Florida, 74-71. Florida has some injury issues with Will Yuguette having knee surgery. He's out until mid-March. Kentucky has won five straight, including a 72-62 win over Auburn on Saturday giving 17 at home (135.5 total). Florida defeated Mississippi State on Saturday, 83-58 at home as a 17-point favorite (128 total). They bounced back from a 80-69 loss to Arkansas the game before. Florida is 8-3 ATS last 11 vs. SEC. College Hoops Line: Florida is a 10-point favorite. Total: 135.
#4 Michigan (21-3 SU, 12-9-1 ATS) at Michigan State (20-4 SU, 9-11-1 ATS)
Last game: (2/5/12) MICHIGAN STATE (-7) over Michigan, 64-54. Michigan is coming off a 65-62 overtime loss at Wisconsin on Feb. 9, giving 2. They went over the total of 123 and have gone Over in three straight games. Michigan State has won three straight games including a 78-65 win over Purdue on Saturday, giving 4. The game went over the total of 127.5. Michigan State wants to make this a halfcourt game, while Michigan wants to get out and run. Michigan is 19-9-1 ATS last 29 road games. College Basketball Odds: Michgan is a 1.5-point favorite. Total: 132.
Houston (28-25 SU, 28-24-1 ATS, 30-23 O/U) at Golden State (30-21 SU, 27-23-1 ATS, 32-18-1 O/U)
Last game: (2/5/13) HOUSTON (-2.5) over Golden State, 140-109. Houston fell to lowly Sacramento on Sunday on the road, 117-111, giving 6.5 (218 total). They are still having a good first half considering they are the youngest team in the NBA. Golden State, who gave up 140 to Houston in their first meeting, has lost four straight games. Houston's leading scorer James Harden (knee) is questionable in this one so make sure you check your injury report. Rockets are 5-2 ATS last 7 in series. Hoops Odds: Golden State is a 4.5-point favorite. Total: 221.
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