There’s plenty of games in the NBA tonight and we’ve put together a 10/1 acca for the action.
- Pacers to beat Heat @ 10/21
- Nets to beat Timberwolves @ 20/61
- Hawks to beat 76ers @ 10/13
- Mavericks to beat Pelicans @ 10/31
- Lakers to beat Clippers @ 20/27
- Suns v Warriors – under 224.5 points @ 5/12
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Friday’s NBA Acca Betting Tips:
Pacers to beat Heat
The Heat are struggling with the dreaded injuries as Morris, Butler, Adebayo and Oladipo are all out for this one.
We expect the Pacers to take advantage of that. They may have lost their last three, but the last two were only narrow defeats, and the one before that was to a resurgent Bucks team.
Nets to beat Timberwolves
Brooklyn are on a good run at the moment having won 8 of their last 10 games, and at home against the Timberwolves they should really get the job done.
Kevin Durant has it stuck on automatic, and James Harden is starting to find his rhythm a bit more after a tricky start to the season.
Hawks to beat 76ers
Trae Young has been cooking of late, having scored 30 or more points in all of his last four games.
Atlanta look decent value at 4/5 given they have a 8-2 record at home. The 76ers are 3-7 in their last ten games and their main man Joel Embiid scored just 13 points in their loss to the Celtics, shooting 17.6% from the field.
Mavericks to beat Pelicans
Dallas swept by the Pelicans when they met on Thursday, winning 139-107 at New Orleans. They face them again here, but at home, and we’re predicting the same outcome result wise.
Kristaps Porzingis is listed as questionable, but even if he doesn’t play, the Luka Doncic-led Mavs should still prove too strong.
Lakers to beat Clippers
It’s an all-Los Angeles battle as the Lakers take on the Clippers. Both teams have been a bit patchy overall this season but the Lakers have won three of their last four, whereas the Clippers have lost three straight.
The Lakers saw off the Kings without LeBron James, 117-92 in their last game. Anthony Davis is questionable for this one, but LBJ is likely to return.
Suns v Warriors – under 224.5 points
Phoenix got the better of the Warriors on Saturday in a brilliant game, and they clash again here, this time at Chase Center.
Unsurprisingly that last match up saw a good performance from both sides on the defensive end (they’re the top two in the league when it comes to defensive rating), and 200 total points were scored in the game. It should be a similar story here. The Suns did a good job of bottling Steph Curry up, but they’re without Devin Booker from the start this time.