Friday's Betting Tips
Friday's Betting Tips
Pro Basketball Betting Odds and Preview: Feb. 22
The weekend is here and so is a full schedule in the NBA. The BracketBusters also tip off but the major action will be on Saturday in college basketball. In the NBA, the trade deadline is over so some guys should be able to breathe easier and relax with major deals taking palce. There are 12 NBA games on Friday so let's take a look at some of the most interesting games to bet on.
Let's get ready for some pro hoops!
Denver (34-21 SU, 32-23 ATS, 33-22 O/U) at Washington (15-37 SU, 31-19-2 ATS, 20-3-2 O/U)
Last game: (1/18/13) Washington (+10.5) over Denver, 112-108. Denver has a former Wizard in Javale McGee, while Washington has former Nugget in Nene. Denver beat Boston at home on Tuesday, 97-90 laying 9 points to halt a three-game losing streak. Washington has lost two straight including a 96-88 home loss to Toronto on Tuesday, giving 3. The Wizards made a minor deal trading bakup guard Jordan Crawford for two expiring contracts on Thursday. Check on G Ty Lawson's ankle injury. Washington is 5-2 ATS last 7 in series. Pro Hoops Odds: NL. Total: NT.
Houston (30-26 SU, 31-24-1 ATS, 32-24 O/U) at Brooklyn (33-22 SU, 25-27-3 ATS, 24-30-1 O/U)
Last game: (1/26/13) HOUSTON (-4) over Brooklyn, 119-106. The Rockets are coming off a very impressive 122-119 win over Oklahoma City on Wednesday, getting 3 at home. Guard James Harden lit up his old team for 46 points. The Rockets did just acquire rookie F Thomas Robinson from Sacramento on Wednesday but is questionable to play tonight. Brooklyn has won four straight including a 97-94 road win over Milwaukee, getting 4.5. Houston is 9-3 ATS last 12 in series. Hoops Odds: Brooklyn is a 1.5-point favorite. Total: 208.
San Antonio (44-12 SU, 31-23-2 ATS, 26-28-2 O/U) at Golden State (31-23 SU, 28-25-1 ATS, 35-18-1 O/U)
Last game: SAN ANTONIO (-11.5) over Golden State, 95-88. San Antonio looks like the team to beat in the West. What else is new? They crushed the LA Clippers on Thursday night, 116-90, getting 4 on the road. Tony Parker scored 31 points and held Chris Paul to just four. The Warriors broke a six-game losing streak on Wednesday when they thumped Phoenix, 108-98, as an 8.5-point betting favorite. Guard Klay Thompson led the Warriors with 28 points. San Antonio is 9-2-1 ATS last 12 in series. Pro Basketball Odds: San Antonio is a 3-point favorite. Total: 210.