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NBA Totals Picks Expert Over Under The Total Predictions 2/21/2020

A split in the NBA last night, as we move to 67-61 for the season and let time get away from me a little bit here, so going to post all of the numbers and then come right back and take a look at some of the games and have our plays shortly. We lost a couple of points on the game I was looking at, so nothing official today, but a few interesting trends that we’ll take a look at here despite no official plays.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Cleveland CavaliersWashington Wizards235.5Washington 119-109225.5
Dallas MavericksOrlando Magic220Dallas 109-103218
Phoenix SunsToronto Raptors229Toronto 120-109225.5
Indiana PacersNew York Knicks212.5Indiana 109-103211.5
Boston CelticsMinnesota Timberwolves228Boston 112-105220
Denver NuggetsOklahoma City Thunder215Oklahoma City 111-109221
San Antonio SpursUtah Jazz222.5Utah 117-106222.5
New Orleans PelicansPortland Trail Blazers238.5Portland 124-117231.5
Memphis GrizzliesLos Angeles Lakers233.5Los Angeles 119-106223.5

Cleveland at Washington: This is the highest total the Cavaliers have played to all season. But if there’s one team that can make another look like a bunch off All-Stars offensively, it’s the Washington Wizards. Still, it does take a little nerve to need some points out of the Cavs. Even though both numbers like the under, no real interest in playing this one.

Indiana at New York: The public is hitting the over in this one pretty hard, but the line is holding stead for the most part, so there is a little bit of resistance. I’m on both sides of the total, so will just go ahead and stay away from this one.

Boston at Minnesota: This is the one I really wanted to play, but after moving from 228.5 to its current 226.5, we’ve basically lost almost all of the value with the under, so will just live to fight another day. The Celtics are 2-7 in totals when playing with at least two days rest, so coming off the break, they should be good to go defensively. Minnesota is a little unpredictable when it comes to totals, but they play a little better defensively when rested, as they were 4-6 in totals with at least two days off.

 Denver at Oklahoma City: This one has finally inched up to 215.5 after opening at 215 and staying there all morning despite more than 80% of the wagers on the over. Both numbers are calling for an over, but no interest in getting involved with the total in this one.

Memphis at Lakers: This one just climbed to 234.5 and would like to take the under here, as the Lakers actually can play some defense, but the Grizzlies are 7-0 in totals when playing with no rest and not eager to buck that trend in this spot.

END OF FEB. 21 PICKS

Back to the daily grind known as the NBA and we have six games on the schedule. So far this season, we’re 66-60, so right at the break even point, and will need to pick it up a little bit down the stretch. Last season, totals were 1-5 on the return after the All-Star break, but 7-2 the following day. The previous two seasons were over years, with 2016-17 being a good year for unders, so probably really can’t take too much from that.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Milwaukee BucksDetroit Pistons225.5Milwaukee 116-106222.5
Miami HeatAtlanta Hawks230.5Atlanta 112-110222.5
Charlotte HornetsChicago Bulls210Chicago 105-96211.5
Brooklyn NetsPhiladelphia 76ers216.5Philadelphia 115-107218.5
Memphis GrizzliesSacramento Kings229Sacramento 112-110222.5
Houston RocketsGolden State Warriors232.5Houston 119-115228.5

Milwaukee at Detroit: The total in this one opened 224.5 and just hit 225.5, so the numbers have a slight lean to the under here. The Pistons are 9-4 in totals when the total is 225 or greater and the Bucks are 20-13-1, so the trends point in the other direction and will just stay clear of this one.

Miami at Atlanta: This one opened 229.5 and has been bet up to 230.5 with close to 75% of the wagers landing on the over so far. Both numbers are calling for this one to land a bit under the total. This is the first away game for the Heat all season with a total of 230 or higher and the Heat typically don’t play as good of defense when they’re on the road, while the Hawks are 12-6-1 with a total of 230 or higher and 6-2-1 at home, so another game with conflicting numbers and trends.

Charlotte at Chicago: The total here has moved from its opening of 209 to 210 and my numbers are on both sides, so a pass in this one. The Hornets are 21-19 with a total of 210 or higher and 15-10 on the road, while the Bulls are 11-13-1 at home with a total of 210 or higher, so nothing really to go on here.

Brooklyn at Philadelphia: This one has moved from 219 to 215.5 with the majority of the wagers coming in on the over, so no interest in the over here even though both numbers are pointing in that direction. The 76ers have gone 6-6 at home with a total of 215 or higher. The total was 221.5 when the teams met here last month and the game managed to sneak over the total by 1.5 points thanks to a 68-64 halftime score.

Memphis at Sacramento: This one opened at 229 and is still there with 70% of the wagers on the over. Both numbers are calling for the under, but Memphis is a bit of a different team now that everybody is healthy. This is the highest home total the Kings have had all season. Memphis did play some decent defense right before the break and went 4-1 straight-up, so going to take a shot on the under in this one and hope the Grizzlies look to continue playing on both ends of the court.

Houston at Golden State: Conflicting numbers and conflicting trends in this one, which has been bet up two points to 232.5. Houston is just 5-10-1 on the road with a total of 230 or higher, but the Warriors are a perfect 5-0 when the total is 230 or higher, so this one becomes a quick pass.

END OF FEB. 20 PICKS

Something happened where I lost my article here, so will give a quick look at the two games and then come back with a little more detail. Still have no idea what I did, but time to get going on the new article.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Cleveland CavaliersWashington Wizards235.5Washington 119-109225.5
Dallas MavericksOrlando Magic220Dallas 109-103218
Phoenix SunsToronto Raptors229Toronto 120-109225.5
Indiana PacersNew York Knicks212.5Indiana 109-103211.5
Boston CelticsMinnesota Timberwolves228Boston 112-105220
Denver NuggetsOklahoma City Thunder215Oklahoma City 111-109221
San Antonio SpursUtah Jazz222.5Utah 117-106222.5
New Orleans PelicansPortland Trail Blazers238.5Portland 124-117231.5
Memphis GrizzliesLos Angeles Lakers233.5Los Angeles 119-106223.5

Los Angeles at Boston: This one is at 227 and you can make a bit of a case for both the over and the under and don’t really like this one, so will be passing here. The Clippers have been a pretty solid under team when they’re road underdogs, as they’re 0-5 and they are 8-8 in totals after a loss. The Celtics scare me a little bit, as they’re typically a defensively oriented squad, but stray away from that style of play at times and don’t mind getting up-and-down the court when the opportunity presents itself.

Boston is just 1-2 when playing to a total of 227 or higher at home, but they’ve gone 6-1 in totals when playing at home after a loss, where they average 119.4 points and allow more than 112, both of which are higher than their overall season averages at home. Way too many conflicting trends here and will pass.

Oklahoma City at New Orleans: This one is 231.5 and will be on the under in this game. A bit too high for my liking and think the Thunder will try to avoid a running game. The first three games between the two teams did land under the total, but the Pelicans are at full strength in this one and Williamson is coming off a pretty solid outing.

Oklahoma City is 3-4-1 when playing on the road after a loss and this total is a little too high compared to what the Thunder typically play to. Oklahoma City is 2-6 in totals when playing to a total of 225 or higher and 1-3 when they’re on the road and the total is 225 or higher. This is the highest total the Thunder have seen all year.

New Orleans is solid after a win in totals, going 14-8-1, but think the Thunder will try to keep this one from turning into a track meet.

END OF FEB. 13 PICKS

We followed up Monday’s dismal 1-4 showing with a 6-0 effort last night, which is always nice to do. Huge slate of games tonight and I’d actually rather have about a six or seven game slate, so will see what we can come up with for tonight.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Milwaukee BucksDetroit Pistons225.5Milwaukee 116-106222.5
Miami HeatAtlanta Hawks230.5Atlanta 112-110222.5
Charlotte HornetsChicago Bulls210Chicago 105-96211.5
Brooklyn NetsPhiladelphia 76ers216.5Philadelphia 115-107218.5
Memphis GrizzliesSacramento Kings229Sacramento 112-110222.5
Houston RocketsGolden State Warriors232.5Houston 119-115228.5

Atlanta at Cleveland: This one is up to 234.5 and both of my numbers like the under in this one, but the Cavs are 2-0 when the total is 230 or more, so while it’s a situation they’re not in very often, they have shown the ability to score some points, but allow even more.

Washington at New York: This one is up to 229.5 and it’s a bit like the game directly above, in that the Knicks don’t see totals that high very often, but when they do, they’ve gone 6-4 in totals.

Toronto at Brooklyn: This one opened 224 and saw 60% of the wagers on the over, so the majority of sportsbooks have moved the line up to 224.5, although a few are holding at 224. The Nets have been a solid under team after a win, going 8-15 and think this will be a decent game, so will take a shot on the under in this one. The Raptors are 1-5 in totals when they are favored by 4 points or less on the road.

Sacramento at Dallas: Doncic is expected to return for the Mavs, but still think the total here is a little bit on the high side, which is reflected in the numbers. For some reason, the Mavs are a better team away from home, where they score more, while the Kings don’t see much of a difference in their total points regardless of location.

Los Angeles Lakers at Denver: This one is 222 and the Nuggets are 1-5-2 when the total is 220 or higher at home. Denver prides itself on defense and the Lakers can play defense themselves and think they will look to make some amends after allowing 128 to Denver the last time the teams met in Los Angeles. Lean to the under in this one, but that’s about it.

END OF FEB. 12 PICKS

Was completely off the mark with the total in the Orlando game last night, part of an ugly 1-4 night, which thankfully, we hadn’t had in a while, although that doesn’t make it any better when you do have them. Just five games in the NBA tonight, but a couple of games with some interesting totals trends, so will see how it goes.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Cleveland CavaliersWashington Wizards235.5Washington 119-109225.5
Dallas MavericksOrlando Magic220Dallas 109-103218
Phoenix SunsToronto Raptors229Toronto 120-109225.5
Indiana PacersNew York Knicks212.5Indiana 109-103211.5
Boston CelticsMinnesota Timberwolves228Boston 112-105220
Denver NuggetsOklahoma City Thunder215Oklahoma City 111-109221
San Antonio SpursUtah Jazz222.5Utah 117-106222.5
New Orleans PelicansPortland Trail Blazers238.5Portland 124-117231.5
Memphis GrizzliesLos Angeles Lakers233.5Los Angeles 119-106223.5

Chicago Bulls at Washington Wizards: The total on this one opened at 228.5 and has been bet up to 230 with roughly two-thirds of the wagers on the over. Even though both numbers are calling for for this one to land under the total, not sure sure that’s the correct side in this one. Both teams have some solid over trends after a loss, with Chicago going 19-14-1 and the Wizards are 21-11. It’s a high total for Chicago, but the Bulls are 2-1 with a total of 230 or higher. Will pass due to conflicting numbers and trends.

Los Angeles Clippers at Philadelphia 76ers: The total in this one came out at 225.5 and is now 224.5 despite the fact that more than 70% of the early wagers are on the over. My numbers are split on this one, but like the under in this spot. The Clippers have had a tendency to play ‘playoff style’ basketball in games that are projected to be close. If the Clippers are favored by 1.5 or less, or are underdogs, Los Angeles has gone 1-8 in totals and LA is 15-20-1 in totals after a victory, so will play the under 224.5 in this one.

Portland at New Orleans: This one came out a little bit late and is at 240, while both numbers are calling for this one to land under the total. Portland is 14-9-1 in totals after a win, but despite their reputation as a high-scoring team, the Blazers are 0-3 when the total is 235 or greater, so will just stay away from this one.

San Antonio at Oklahoma City: The total here has moved from 221 to 220 with the betting being pretty much split down the middle. I have both numbers leaning to the over in this one but we definitely get some conflicting trends, with the Spurs being 5-1 in totals when playing with no rest and 21-9 after a loss, but the Thunder have gone 6-14 when the total is 220 or higher, so will pass on this one.

Boston at Houston: This one is at 232, which is up from its opening of 230, and two-thirds of the wagers have been on the over. I have this one landing under the number, but the Celtics are 2-1-1 when playing to a total of 230 or higher and don’t mind running and having some fun playing once in a while, so another one that becomes a pass.

END OF FEB. 11 PICKS

Big slate of NBA games for Monday, as the schedule will be fairly full the next few days with the all-star break coming up. Lots of movement in totals today, with players possibly sitting out and the other things that take place before the all-star break.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Milwaukee BucksDetroit Pistons225.5Milwaukee 116-106222.5
Miami HeatAtlanta Hawks230.5Atlanta 112-110222.5
Charlotte HornetsChicago Bulls210Chicago 105-96211.5
Brooklyn NetsPhiladelphia 76ers216.5Philadelphia 115-107218.5
Memphis GrizzliesSacramento Kings229Sacramento 112-110222.5
Houston RocketsGolden State Warriors232.5Houston 119-115228.5

Brooklyn at Indiana: Both teams have shown over tendencies after a loss, but that hasn’t stopped the line from dropping down from 220.5 to 217.5 even though the majority of wagers have come in on the over. We’re a little too close to the number to take a stand on this one, so will be an easy pass.

Atlanta at Orlando: The total here opened 222 and is now down to 219 with 58% of the wagers on the under, so the betting percentages don’t quite justify a 3-point move in this one. Both numbers have this one landing under the total and there are also a few trends that point the same direction, so will take a shot on the under 219 in this one.

Charlotte at Detroit: Another 3-point move towards the under in this one even though we’re seeing more than 65% of the wagers come in on the over. While both numbers are calling for the over in this one, the injuries will be enough to keep me away.

Minnesota at Toronto: Another three-point move in this one, but this time the line has move up, opening at 227 and climbing to 230 with 70% of the bets coming in on the over. My numbers are split on this one, so just a game I’ll stay clear of.

Utah at Dallas: This one has really dropped, as the overnight line was 222 and it came out at 220.5 when the regular lines were posted and has still dropped three points despite more than 60% of the wagers coming in on the over, so another game where who isn’t playing is having a bigger impact on the total than who is playing.

Phoenix at Lakers: The total in this one came out at 227 and is up to 228.5 with close to 80% of the early wagers coming in on the over. Both of my numbers are calling for the under in this one. Home teams who allowed 120 or more points last time on the court in a winning effort are 122-146-7 (45.5%) in totals the next time, so a little trend that supports that side. Would lean to the under in this one, but that’s about it.

END OF FEB. 10 PICKS

Won both of our totals play on Saturday, but today’s card is quite a bit tougher and no official plays, just a couple of leans, but no reason to make a play for the sole reason of making a wager. This can be a tough week, as players start to think about the all-star break a little bit early and for the majority of players in the league, it’s a chance to get away from the grind for a few days and see family and friends.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Cleveland CavaliersWashington Wizards235.5Washington 119-109225.5
Dallas MavericksOrlando Magic220Dallas 109-103218
Phoenix SunsToronto Raptors229Toronto 120-109225.5
Indiana PacersNew York Knicks212.5Indiana 109-103211.5
Boston CelticsMinnesota Timberwolves228Boston 112-105220
Denver NuggetsOklahoma City Thunder215Oklahoma City 111-109221
San Antonio SpursUtah Jazz222.5Utah 117-106222.5
New Orleans PelicansPortland Trail Blazers238.5Portland 124-117231.5
Memphis GrizzliesLos Angeles Lakers233.5Los Angeles 119-106223.5

New York at Atlanta: The total in this one opened 225 and is now 226.5 with close to three-quarters of the wagers coming in on the over. The Knicks don’t see such high totals put on their games very often, but they have gone 4-3 when the total is greater than 225. Atlanta usually plays to higher totals and the Hawks are 13-17 when the total is less than 228.

Memphis at Washington: This one came out at 240 and stayed there for the majority of the morning but more over wagers started coming in, which has pushed the total to 240.5, down from the 241.5 it previously reached. Games with total of 240 or greater are 6-6 for the season and the Wizards have been involved in five of them, with those games going 4-1 in totals, but the lone loss for Washington came eight days ago against the Nets.

Utah at Houston: This is the highest total the Jazz have seen all year, but Utah is 4-2 when the total is 225 or higher. This one is a little on the high side, but the Rockets may score a few points after trading Capela and the Jazz are willing to run at times. The Jazz aren’t playing very well and the Rockets have gone 2-0 in totals after being held to under 100 points, averaging 129 points in those two games. Would lean to the over if I really had to play this one, but will just sit back and watch with plenty of other games going for the day.

Miami at Portland: The Blazers are 14-6 in home totals when the number is less than 230, so would definitely lean that way in this one if I had to play the total here. Miami will be missing Butler for this one, however, and have a few other players not at full strength, so will stay clear of the total in this one.

END OF FEB. 9 PICKS

We won both college plays Friday but came up short with both of our NBA plays, for a 2-2 night overall. Running a bit late so we’ll get right to it and list our plays for the day and come back and fill in the blanks later.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Milwaukee BucksDetroit Pistons225.5Milwaukee 116-106222.5
Miami HeatAtlanta Hawks230.5Atlanta 112-110222.5
Charlotte HornetsChicago Bulls210Chicago 105-96211.5
Brooklyn NetsPhiladelphia 76ers216.5Philadelphia 115-107218.5
Memphis GrizzliesSacramento Kings229Sacramento 112-110222.5
Houston RocketsGolden State Warriors232.5Houston 119-115228.5

Milwaukee at Orlando: This one opened at 218 and is now up to 220 with more than 70% of the wagers coming in on the over. Both of my numbers have this one landing under the number and it’s one of the lowest totals the Bucks have played to this season. When the total is 220 or under, the Bucks are 0-7 in totals, so will take a shot on the under in this spot.

Dallas at Charlotte: This number is definitely based on the injuries to the Mavericks and the fact that Charlotte can’t really score even when healthy. Until the Mavs get a few more bodies back, it’s probably best to avoid their games when possible. They do have some solid players, so it’s a very winnable game given the quality of competition they’re facing, but how many points they can score in the process is still up in the air.

LA Clippers at Minnesota: The Timberwolves are a strange team in that they attempt to be more like the current New Orleans Pelicans and score a lot, while allowing a lot of points, but they don’t have the same offensive talent. They do show a strong tendency to go over high totals, as they’re 10-4 in over/unders when the total is 230 or higher, which is enough to keep off of the under in this one.

Los Angeles Lakers at Golden State: Was hoping the total here was a few points higher, but at 223 it’s right about where the numbers are, but games with away favorites of 14 or more points have gone 17-31-1 (35.4%) over the years, so would lean that way, but a bit hard to pull the trigger.

San Antonio at Sacramento: This one opened at 224.5 and is now down to 223.5 with 56% of the wagers coming in on the under. My numbers are right there, but teams playing with no rest have been decent over teams this season and teams who held an opponent to fewer than 100 points the previous night are 25-15-1 in totals, so will take the over in this one.

END OF FEB. 8 PICKS

We won our totals play on Thursday and now have eight games on the schedule and you can find fault with most of the projections, either due to injuries or new players coming to one team or the other. As I mentioned in the NBA sides article, it’s always a little bit tricky for the first couple of games after the trade deadline with players on the move and trying to fit in with their new teams.

There’s also a little bit of a shock factor for the other players on a team that dealt away one or two of its players, as players are used to seeing the same faces on a nightly basis and to have new people showing up in the locker room can take a little while to get used to, especially those players who were friends of the departing players.

That said, we’re just going to look at two games a little bit and have one play.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Cleveland CavaliersWashington Wizards235.5Washington 119-109225.5
Dallas MavericksOrlando Magic220Dallas 109-103218
Phoenix SunsToronto Raptors229Toronto 120-109225.5
Indiana PacersNew York Knicks212.5Indiana 109-103211.5
Boston CelticsMinnesota Timberwolves228Boston 112-105220
Denver NuggetsOklahoma City Thunder215Oklahoma City 111-109221
San Antonio SpursUtah Jazz222.5Utah 117-106222.5
New Orleans PelicansPortland Trail Blazers238.5Portland 124-117231.5
Memphis GrizzliesLos Angeles Lakers233.5Los Angeles 119-106223.5

Toronto at Indiana: The total on this one came out at 219 and is now 218 or 218.5 depending on your sportsbook even though we’ve seen two-thirds of the wagers come in on the over. Both of my numbers are calling for this one to land under the number and will go ahead and grab the under in this one. The line came out a little bit on the high side, but a little of that likely had to do with the 119-118 game the teams played a few nights ago. But the total in that one was 215.5, so we’re getting a little bit of a break in the number in this one.

The Pacers have been about bouncing back after a poor defensive effort against a team, as Indiana is 3-7-1 in totals when playing a team they allowed 115 or more points to the previous game. Both teams shot 50% of better last game and don’t think we’ll see the same thing happen here.

Portland at Utah: This one is 226.5, which is where it opened and we’ve seen 80% of the early wagers come in on the over, so there are some good-sized wagers among the 20% of the under wagers which are putting up a little resistance to moving the number up to 227. Normally, I’d be looking at the under in this one, especially with both of my numbers calling for an under and the lack of line movement, but could see the Jazz willing to run a little more than usual in this one, as they’re a better shooting team than the Blazers and this is a game Utah really needs to win. Both teams allow 44.9% from the field, but the Jazz are better at defending the 3-pointer.

END OF FEB. 7 PICKS

A split in the NBA last night and now we’re faced with just a five-game schedule for Thursday, with a couple of decent games, so not really the worst slate around despite it’s low number of contests.

Away TeamHome TeamTotalProjectionTeam Average
Totals Projection
Milwaukee BucksDetroit Pistons225.5Milwaukee 116-106222.5
Miami HeatAtlanta Hawks230.5Atlanta 112-110222.5
Charlotte HornetsChicago Bulls210Chicago 105-96211.5
Brooklyn NetsPhiladelphia 76ers216.5Philadelphia 115-107218.5
Memphis GrizzliesSacramento Kings229Sacramento 112-110222.5
Houston RocketsGolden State Warriors232.5Houston 119-115228.5

Orlando at New York: This one has come down from the opening number of 206.5 despite more than 80% of the wagers coming in on the over. The Magic have gone 3-5 in totals when playing with no rest and they are 11-17 after a loss, while New York is 6-8 after a win. But with both of the numbers calling for this one to go over the total, it’s a tough game to get a decent read on and will just stay away.

New Orleans at Chicago: This one opened at 231.5 and has since dipped slightly to 231 with 55% of the wagers, so the line has basically done what you would expect. The Pelicans are a different team with Zion in the line-up and have been playing better, so their season-to-date stats don’t really account for a whole lot, as you can tell by the projection. Will just stay away from this one.

Philadelphia at Milwaukee: Interesting game here, as the total came out at 227 and is still there despite seeing more than three-quarters of the wagers come in on the over. Really, it’s a question of how the 76ers want to play this one. The first two games between these two have gone over the number, but will just stay away from this one, as I really don’t like the game.

San Antonio at Portland: The total here opened at 231 and is now 230 with a little more than 60% of the wagers on the under, which is a bit of a surprise, as I expected bettors to still be on the over trend with the Blazers. I have this one at 239 and 230 and with the Spurs sporting an 18-9 totals record after a defeat, will go ahead and take a shot on the over in this one.

Houston at Los Angeles: This one is at 235.5 after opening a little bit lower and seeing the over get the majority of wagers, but perhaps not quite as many over bets to justify a 1.5-point move. The Lakers do play defense at home, but may be willing to get out there and run with the Rockets and have some fun after a trying couple of weeks and I’ll stay clear of the total in this one.

END OF FEB. 6 PICKS

We’re seeing a couple of reverse line moves taking place this morning in the NBA, so we’ll get right to it and look at a few of the games and some of the betting patterns that have been taking place so far this morning.

Golden State at Brooklyn: The total on this one opened at 226 and is now all the down to 224 even though we’ve seen close to three-quarters of the wagers come in on the over. Both numbers have this one landing under the total, although we have lost a little bit of the value with the last drop in the number.

Indiana at Toronto: The total on this one opened at 216.5 and has stayed put despite a huge number of the wagers coming in on the over, so this could be one of those games where lack of a line move is just as telling as a move. Both of my numbers are calling for this one to sneak in there over the total, but one I’d definitely just stay away from.

Orlando at Boston: This one opened 211.5 and stayed there throughout the majority of the morning hours, although we’ve just seen a few places start to move the game to 212, as more than 80% of the bets have come in on the over.

Atlanta at Minnesota: Big move in this one from 235.5 all the way to 238.5 with two-thirds of the wagers coming in on the over. The move is a little bigger than it should be based on the betting, so with both numbers calling for an under, it’s a game I’d just stay away from.

Cleveland at Oklahoma City: The total here opened at 21.9.5 and is now up to 221 even though we’ve seen more than 80% of the wagers come in on the under, which is something of a rarity in NBA betting. I have this one at 221.5 and 222, so will go ahead and take a shot on the over in this one.

Denver at Utah: This one opened at 217 and has dropped to 215.5 even though the betting on the total has pretty much been split right down the middle. I’m on both sides of the total here and a game I’ll just sit back and watch and see how it transpires with Denver playing the second of back-to-back contests.

END OF FEB. 5 PICKS

We’ve hit a bit of a wall the past few days in basketball, topped off by last night’s ugly 1-4 night. The numbers have been better than my picks, however, as I’ve let the line moves influence the selections a little too much and have paid for it.

With just four games on the slate, we can look at each one a little bit more than normal, as well as a little bit about what has transpired over the course of the season and one thing we’ve seen the last five weeks is a bit of a scoring increase. In January, teams averaged 112.4 points per game and totals were 124-91-7 (57.7%). A bit of that likely has to do with a couple of non-defensive efforts out of the Washington Wizards, but the totals record shows that isn’t the only reason.

Milwaukee at New Orleans: The total on this one opened at 245 and is still there at most places, with several dropping it to 244 or 244.5, as more than two-thirds of the wagers have come in on the under. The Bucks can score, but they can also play some defense, which is what makes this one a little tough to get a good read on. The Bucks went out and had fun against Washington and the result was a 151-131 win and they could do so once again here, even though both numbers like the under. The Bucks are 7-5 with totals of 230 or higher, but are 6-3 if they’re off a win, and are averaging 127 points a game in that spot.

Charlotte at Houston: There’s still no total posted on this one, which is unusual for the NBA at this time of day. The Hornets have had some scoring issues lately, as they averaged just 101.5 points in January and are averaging 95 points a game for their two February games. No real interest in this one regardless of the number.

Portland at Denver: The total here has climbed from its opening of 220.5 and is all the way up to 225 with close to three-quarters of the wagers coming in on the over. My numbers disagree and the Blazers have been scoring a lot and winning, but think Denver isn’t going to get in a track meet here and will play Nuggets basketball. Denver is 0-5-1 in totals at home when the number is 220 or greater, so the Nuggets have been able to dictate the pace of those games at home and will go against the public in this one and take the under 225. Denver is 5-10 in totals after a loss, allowing just 103.4 points and 1-5 in totals at home after a loss.

San Antonio at Los Angeles Lakers: The total here opened 229 and is holding steady with close to 60% of the wagers coming in on the under. The Lakers can play defense when they want to and are 1-1 when the total at home is 228 or higher, while San Antonio is 11-8 in away totals of less than 230. The Spurs are 17-9 in totals after a loss, while Los Angeles has gone 18-18 in totals after a victory and the Lakers are 8-10 at home after a win.

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We’ll wrap things up with our look at totals and there have been a couple of good-sized moves so far today. We’re coming off a split in the NBA, but an otherwise crappy day of basketball.

New York at Cleveland: Pretty good move in this one, as the total opened at 219 and has moved three full points with 62% of the wagers on the under. My two numbers are on both sides of the new total, so will just stay clear of this one.

Golden State at Washington: The slightest of reverse moves here, as the total has moved from 234.5 to 235 with 55% of the wagers on the under, which is a bit surprising for a Wizards’ game. Both numbers lean towards the under, but no interest in this one.

Dallas at Indiana: Another game with a decent move, but feel this one has more to do with the Mavs’ injury situation than it does big money coming in.

Orlando at Charlotte: Big reverse move in this one, with the total moving from 205 all the way down to 202.5 despite more than 75% of the wagers coming in on the over. My numbers have this one landing over the total but have to respect such a big move and will pass.

Phoenix at Brooklyn: Surprised at the betting here, as the game has moved from 227.5 down to 224.5 or 225 with 75% of the early wagers on the under. Would have expected more over wagers to be coming in on this one, as both teams are capable of scoring and they don’t always bring the defense.

Philadelphia at Miami: Another game that has moved in the opposite direction of the betting, as this one opened 214.5 and is now 212 with more than 70% of the wagers on the over. Both numbers lean to the over in this one, but no interest bucking the betting patterns and line movement in this one.

Boston at Atlanta: This one has moved from 227 and just hit 224, which is still well over both of my projections, so will go ahead and grab the under 224 before this one takes any additional drops. Injury issues surround both teams.

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We won our NBA side play Saturday, but dropped the total for an overall split. Had a feeling we might be in trouble with the total, as money kept coming in on the over and the line didn’t budge. Still, we looked pretty good at halftime with 113 points, only to see Charlotte score 27 points in the second half.

Just four games today and some strange betting in a few of the games, so we’ll get right to it.

Denver at Detroit: The total on this one opened at 218 and is all the way down to 214 even though we’ve seen more than 60% of the early wagers come in on the over. The Pistons have gone 18-7 in totals at home so far this season and are 19-13 in totals following a loss. Denver is 14-17-2 in totals after a victory. While both numbers are calling for this one to go over the number, you have to respect the money coming in on the under here, so just going to stay away from this one.

New Orleans at Houston: The number here is huge, having opened at 245 and moving up to 246 with more than 60% of the wagers coming in on the over. Both numbers like the under in this one, but in no rush to go that way, as the Rockets may be perfectly happy to play an offensive game and disregard the defense in this one. The Super Bowl is definitely the top sporting event of the day, but one way to get some attention is to put up 140 points, with Harden scoring 50. Just going to skip the total in this one.

Phoenix at Milwaukee: The total in this one opened 234 and just hit 230 after they announced the big guy would be out for the Bucks. The Bucks didn’t miss him one bit last time he sat out, but going to take a shot on the under in this one, not so much due to Giannis missing the game, but think Milwaukee will make amends for a couple of poor defensive games. The Bucks are 3-6 in totals after allowing 120 or more points and one of those came in their thumping of Washington. But after last game, think Milwaukee will at least try to put a little more effort on the defensive end.

Chicago at Toronto: This one opened 216 and climbed to 217 with a few more wagers coming in on the over. The Bulls put forth a pretty dismal defensive effort last time, so think they’ll look to a bit better on that end of the floor. Both numbers are calling for this one to sneak over the number, although the differences are pretty small compared to the total and will just sit this one out.

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A split in the NBA last night and a pretty good-sized slate of games for Saturday. A number of injury issues taking place with some of the games tonight, which always makes things a little more tricky. We have a fair number of games where both sets of numbers agree on either the over or the under, but also have a few question marks in several of the games.

Miami at Orlando: The total in this one opened at 206.5 and we’re seeing more sportsbooks with the number at 206 than 206.5 now even though three-quarters of the early wagers have been coming in on the over. I’d give the under a look, but with one of the projections at 211.5, this one will be a pass for me. This is the lowest total Miami has played to this season.

Brooklyn at Washington: The total on this one is up a couple of points from the opening number of 239 and we’re starting to see some 241s pop-up. Both of my numbers have this one landing under the total by a fair amount, but can’t pull the trigger here, as it’s difficult to know what to expect coming out of the Wizards. After allowing 150 points in back-to-back games, the Wizards played a little defense last time and came away with a win, but they may resort to their non-defensive ways after breaking their losing skid. The Nets have been a solid under team after a win, going 7-13, but since they won a shootout last night, the Nets may also be more willing to play an uptempo game.

Charlotte at San Antonio: The total on this one is 214.5 and you have to wonder if a little bit of that is due to the Hornets only scoring 107 points against the Wizards last time out. This is a low total for San Antonio, who is 3-1 in totals when the number is 215 or less and a game the Spurs should win and San Antonio is 16-5 in totals when they win, so will take a shot on the over in this one.

Los Angeles at Sacramento: This one is a little bit on the high side and would normally look at the under here, as the Lakers are 0-2 in totals after allowing 125 or more points in a losing effort, but the Kings have been going a little more uptempo lately, and while I still lean that way, it’s a matter of being able to pull the trigger.

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A definite downer here last night, as the number dropped so most who followed pushed early and lost later in the day, as the wise guys also hit the under, knocking it down to 224 by game time. Absolutely hate those types of games, but all we can do is march forward and look at today’s slate.

Toronto at Detroit: This is one that opened at 223 and climbed to 223.5 with more than 60% of the wagers on the over, but has moved back down to 223 at some sportsbooks. Both of my numbers have this one landing under the total, but with the Pistons going 19-12 in totals after a loss, not really sure what to think of this one. Both teams are in higher-scoring modes compared to their season averages over the past five games, so will just sit this one out.

Chicago at Brooklyn: This one refused to move off the opening number of 220.5 for the longest time, but a few places just moved it to 221, with more than 80% of the early wagers on the over in this one. I would lean to the under here, but a game that I’ll most likely just stay away from.

Memphis at New Orleans: The number here opened 242.5 and we’ve seen it come down a little bit despite a small majority of the wagers coming in on the over. The numbers lean to the under, but both teams are in over situations, with the Grizzlies going 14-8-1 in totals after a win and the Pelicans going 11-7, almost as if their coaches reward them a little bit for getting a victory and tell them to go out and score some points, defense be damned.

Oklahoma City at Phoenix: This one came out a little lower but is up to 223 with more than 90% of the early wagers coming in on the over. Both teams have the slightest of under tendencies in their respective situations, so I’ll go against the grain and take the under in this spot.

Portland at Lakers: Both of the numbers are calling for this one to land well under the total, but a little hesitant of this one due to Portland’s recent style of play. Over the past five games the Blazers are scoring 11.8 more points than their season average and allowing 8.6 more points. The Lakers’ defense has also take a slight step backwards recently, but all of those games were on the road. These teams played two games in December and we saw 248 and 249 points, so no real interest in the total of this one.

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Charlotte at Washington: The Wizards became the first team in the last 14 years to allow 150 or more points in back-to-back games, so it’s little wonder the betting public is on the over pretty hard in this one. Interestingly, the total here is the lowest of the three games the teams have played this season, with the over/under at 235 for the first meeting, which landed over the number, and then 229 the second time the teams met. That one was 114-107. Both numbers are calling for this one to land under the total, and I’d love to go that way, but Washington’s 19-11 totals mark after a loss is a bit concerning. The Wizards are 2-7 in totals when in the rare role of a favorite, however, but also 9-6 in games they win. Too many conflicting trends in this one for me to pull the trigger.

Philadelphia at Atlanta: This is another game where both sets of numbers are calling for an under, but looking at the trends is probably enough to keep me off of it. The 76ers have been a decent under team after a win, going 12-18, but the Hawks are 19-15-1 in totals after a loss. Even more pronounced is Atlanta’s totals mark in games that are expected to be high scoring, as Atlanta is 16-4-1 when the total is 228 or higher. Likewise, Philadelphia is 1-1 when playing to a total this high and both of those games came against the Wizards. Much like the game above, I’ll just stay away.

Sacramento at Los Angeles Clippers: The total here came out a bit late and has been bet up to 228. This will be the seventh game the Kings have played that is the tail end of a back-to-back situation and all seven have been on the road, so the Kings aren’t getting much help from schedule makers. Sacramento played a decent first quarter-and-a-half, but then things got away from them defensively and that was pretty much the game. The Clippers are 13-19 in totals after a win and the Kings are 14-15, but the teams do have a combined 4-11 mark in division games, so will take a shot on the under in this one.

END OF JAN. 30 PICKS

We split our two NBA games on Tuesday, being on the right side of another non-defensive effort of the Washington Wizards, but being on the Cavs, who gave an example of the textbook definition of insanity. After being blown out twice by New Orleans this month in up-tempo games, the Cavs went out and did the same thing and the result was a predictable 14-point loss.

Anyway, enough griping and we’ll take our 49-46 NBA record into today’s action.

Chicago at Indiana: The total in this one has climbed from its opening of 214 to 214.5 and we’re seeing about 55% of the wagers in the game come in on the over so far. I have it at 211 and the Knicks are just 6-12 in totals after a victory, but the Pacers are a slight over team after a loss and I’ll just stay clear of this one.

Detroit at Brooklyn: Huge move in the total of this one, as the game opened at 224 and is now all the way to 227 even though we’re seeing 58% of the wagers land on the under in the early going. I have this one at 215, but want no part of running head first into the line move, especially with the Pistons being 18-12 in totals after a loss and the Nets sporting a 14-10-1 mark after a defeat.

Memphis at New York: The total here opened at 224.5 and is now 223.5 with roughly 55% of the wagers on the under. Both of my numbers have this one in the 221 range and conflicting team trends, with the Grizzlies going 13-8-1 in totals after a win and the Knicks being 14-20 after a loss, so will just stay away from this one.

Utah at San Antonio: The total here opened at 221 and is still there with the over getting about 55% of the wagers in the game so far. I have this one at 224 and the Spurs are 16-9 in totals after a loss, so would lean to the over here, but not much of a margin and little room for error.

Oklahoma City at Sacramento: The total here opened at 220.5 and is up to 222 with more than 70% of the wagers coming in on the over, while both of my numbers have the game in the 215 range or lower. With neither team having any real trends, will take a shot on the under 222 here and go against the grain.

Houston at Portland: This one has moved from 235.5 to 237 with a large majority of the wagers on the over. My numbers are split and I’ll stay clear of this one.

END OF JAN. 29 PICKS

Just eight games on the NBA slate for Tuesday, as they decided to postpone the showdown in Los Angeles between the Lakers and the Clippers. While the sentiment is a nice one, you also have to wonder if that’s what Kobe Bryant would want, but not about to go on a tangent here, so on to today’s games, where we split in the NBA last night, winning the side play and dropping the total.

New York at Charlotte: The total on this one opened at 210 and is now down to 209 even though we’ve seen more than 55% of the wagers come in on the over. I made it 213 points, but not real eager to ask either of these teams to score a whole lot. They played a 103-102 game in November.

Golden State at Philadelphia: The total in this one has climbed from 212 to 213 with pretty mixed betting, while I have it at 211, so a little too close for comfort. If the 76ers do have any sort of letdown from their win over Boston it could come on the defensive side of things, so no interest in this game.

Boston at Miami: This one opened at 216.5 and has held steady at the places which have it posted. A couple of sportsbooks are a little with this one due to the Heat having played last night, while I made this one 214, which is too close to the line for my liking.

New Orleans at Cleveland: The total here opened at 233 and has stayed there even though we’ve seen a few more under wagers come in. The Pelicans scored 133 and 140 points against the Cavs in the team’s two meetings this month, and I have it at 226, but can’t quite pull the trigger in this one, although I’d lean towards the under if I had to play the game.

Atlanta at Toronto: The total here has dropped from 233 to 232 after seeing 65% of the early wagers come in on the under, so I’d agree with the move, as I have it at 230, which is still too close to the line.

Denver at Memphis: The total on this one has moved from 226 to 225.5 with more than 60% of the wagers on the under. I made this one 229, but no interest in this game at all.

Washington at Milwaukee: The total here opened 240 and is still there with close to 60% of the wagers on the under. I have this one 246 and will take a stab on the over, as the Bucks may be a little lax on defense if worn out from their overseas travels.

Phoenix at Dallas: The total here moved from 229 to 228 on pretty mixed betting. I have this one at 227, so no real room for error.

END OF JAN. 28 PICKS

 

Our NBA total went down in a big way, as the Washington Wizards’ defense resembled the Washington Generals last night, allowing 150 points for the third time this season. Six games on today’s slate, with a couple of question marks due to injury in a few of them.

Cleveland at Detroit: The total here opened at 223 and is all the way down to 219 even though we’re seeing more than 70% of the wagers come in on the over. I have this one at 222 and 223, so not really a lot of value with the number. The teams did see 227 points and 228 points when they played earlier this month. The totals in those games were 218.5 and 220.5, so not a whole lot of difference between the current number and those two totals.

Orlando at Miami: The total in this one has dropped from 212 down to 210.5 in a game where more than 50% of the wagers are coming in on the over. Part of that could be due to the status of Jimmy Butler, who is still listed as questionable at the time of this writing. I made this one 213 to 217.5, which is primarily due to Miami averaging more than 115 points at home, but with the injury situation it’s probably best to just stay clear of this one.

Dallas at Oklahoma City: The total on this one has moved from 224 to 225.5 and I have it ranging from 227 to 233, so will go ahead and take the over in this spot. The Mavs are 8-5 on the road with a total of 220 or more. The Thunder play better defense on the road and are allowing 110.1 points at home.

Sacramento at Minnesota: The total on this one is moving quite a bit, having opened at 227 and is now all the way down to 224.5. My numbers agree with the move, as I have the game 217 to 219. Lean to the under in this one, but will likely stay away due to having a side wager on the game.

San Antonio at Chicago: The total here has dropped a couple of points, from 217.5 down to 215.5 with the betting being pretty well split down the middle. I have this one at 218 to 219, but no hurry to go against the line move.

Houston at Utah: This one has dropped from 224.5 to 223 and can see the logic, as Harden is good for scoring some points, but also not the best of defenders. With the Rockets missing a couple of key players, will just stay clear.

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Will look to keep things going in the NBA, which has been our saving grace the past few days. We were 4-3 overall on Saturday, but went 2-3 in college basketball and 2-0 in the NBA.

Houston at Denver: The total in this one opened at 227 and has dropped to 225.5 even though we’ve seen two-thirds of the wagers coming in on the over. I have this one at 224 and 226, so we’re split right down the middle.

Toronto at San Antonio: The total in this one has dropped a little bit from its opening of 223.5 down to 221.5. I have this one at 220 and 220.5, so no real value on this game with the total.

Boston at New Orleans: The total on this one has climbed from 228.5 all the way to 231.5 even though just 57% of the wagers are coming in on the over. For a three-point total move, you should be seeing a higher percentage of wagers on the over, so a little bit of sharp money is likely included with that 57%. My two projections are calling for scores of 223.5 and 225, but in no rush to go against the line move in this one.

Phoenix at Memphis: The total in this one has moved from 237.5 all the way down to 234.5 with close to two-thirds of the wagers landing on the under. I’m a little split on this one, with projections of 228.5 points and 236 points, so will just stay clear of this one.

LA Clippers at Orlando Magic: The total on this one is 217.5, which is down slightly from the opening of 218 and I have this one 208 to 215, but the Magic are 6-3 when playing to totals of 217 and higher, which is a little unusual for a defensive team, so will stay away from this one.

Brooklyn at New York: This one opened at 223.5 and is now at 223 with a good majority of the wagers coming in under the total. I have this one at 217 and 220, but no real interest in playing the game.

Washington at Atlanta: The total on this one opened at 242.5 and is now 240.5 with the betting being pretty well split right down the middle. I have this one at 236 and 229, so will take a shot on the under, knowing full we you can look pretty dumb if we see a game in the 130s, but Atlanta actually playing a little defense at home at times.

Indiana at Portland: This one opened 220 and is still there with 60% of the wagers on the over. I have it 223 and 225.

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A couple of decent NBA games on the schedule for Saturday and we’re looking at overnight lines with a couple of them, but wanted to get these out early. Won both NBA games on Friday, but dropped the three college plays to make it a crappy night.

Dallas at Utah: The total in this game opened at 226 and is still there with the majority of the early bets coming in on the over. The Mavs have scored 120 or more points in four of their last five games, but now they’re going up against a team who can play a little defense, unlike most of their recent foes. The lone exception to Dallas’ 120-point scoring run came against the Clippers, who held them to 107 and LA can also play a little defense. Would like to take the under here, as I have it 222.5 and 223, but with both teams in slight over trends after a win, will stay clear of this one.

Brooklyn at Detroit: The total in this one is up to 227 after opening at 225.5 and you can’t blame anybody for betting the over in this one, as Brooklyn has been dismal defensively lately. Both teams are on over runs, with Brooklyn going over in four of their last five and the Pistons going over in five of their last six. I made this one 224 and 226, so will just pass on this game.

Chicago at Cleveland: This one came out at 217 and just made the move down to 216, which is probably the correct move, as I have this one between 213 and 217. Neither of these teams typically scores a lot, but they make up for it by not playing defense, either, which is why they have a combined 29-63 record. They did play a 118-116 game a week ago, so one I’ll stay away from.

Oklahoma City at Minnesota: The total on this one is 225.5 and nine of the last 10 games between these two have gone over the total. But oddsmakers have caught on and the total 12 days ago was just 218, so you’re being asked to pay a premium in terms of points. I have this one 212 and 217, so will go against the trend in this one take the under 225.5.

Lakers at Philadelphia: The total on this one came out at 217.5 and has held steady. Embiid can score, but he’s also a defensive presence in the middle, but Philadelphia has been playing lower-scoring games with him out and six of their last eight have landed under the number. I have this one 215 to 218, so will sit it out.

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Decent sized slate of NBA games for Friday, where we’re coming off a split last night, watching the Nets not play defense for the fifth straight game and wonder why they’ve lost all five, and seeing Dallas continue to be a better team away from home.

Milwaukee at Charlotte: The total here opened 219.5 and is still there even with 75% of the bets on the over. I have this one at 221, but no interest in the over here.

Boston at Orlando: The total here opened 212.5 and is still there with close to 70% of the bets on the over. I have a big gap in my two numbers, but the highest is 208 and going to take the under 212.5 in this one.

Memphis at Detroit: The total here has climbed from 228 to 230 with just 54% of the wagers on the over, so probably a bigger move than we should have seen. I have this one at 224.5 and 228.

Toronto at New York: The total here is up to 216.5 after opening 215.5 and I have it 207 to 214.

Sacramento at Chicago: This one opened at 221 and is all the way down to 218 even though we’ve seen more over wagers than under wagers. I have this one at 208 to 215, but we’ve lost a bit of value and just have a three-point edge with our highest projection and we usually look for at least 3.5 points difference.

Clippers at Miami: This one opened 222 and is now 221.5 with 60% of the bets on the over. I have it 223.5 to 225.

Houston at Minnesota: This one is holding steady at 234.5 with 57% of the bets on the over and I have it 227.5 to 234.

Denver at New Orleans: The total on this one opened 231 and is now 229.5 with the majority of the wagers on the under. I have it 227 to 232, so nothing happening here.

Atlanta at Oklahoma City: The total on this one opened at 222 and is up to 22.5, while I have it 226 to 231.

Phoenix at San Antonio: This one opened 229 and has inched upward to 229.5 with 57% of the wagers on the over. I have it 227 to 233, so nothing here.

Indiana at Golden State: This one has moved from 216 to 215 and I have it 213 to 217.

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Only three games on tonight’s schedule, so that will give us an opportunity to look at each game in a little more detail than normal. We did lose part of our archives, so will have to go back and try and get the record recalculated. We were 50% in the NBA, between sides and totals. We haven’t had a solid stretch yet and that is typically what makes or breaks a season for bettors.

Washington at Cleveland: The total in this one opened up at 232.5 and has dropped a half-point with close to two-thirds of the early wagers coming in on the under. The Wizards did lose in overtime at Miami last night and team who played overtime the previous night have gone 8-3 in totals this season, but we’re looking at a relatively small sample size. These teams are 49-48-3 since the start of the 2015 season, so no real long-term advantage.

The Wizards are 17-11 in totals after a loss and 15-7 when the total is 230 or higher. The Cavaliers are 18-12-1 in totals after a loss and this is the first time they’ve played to a total of 230 or higher this season. I have this one at 233 and 227, so will stay clear.

Lakers at Brooklyn: The total on this one came out at 227 and is still there in the early morning hours. The Lakers are 2-3 in totals when playing with no rest and 17-17 after a win. The Nets have dropped four straight and part of that is due to defense, which hasn’t been very good lately, allowing 117 points in three straight games and 118 in their previous effort before that. Brooklyn is 12-10 after a loss.

Granted, they’ve played some tough teams in that span, but they have to a better job defensively and they should know that, as they’re 5-12-1 in the games they’ve won and 14-10 in games they’ve lost. I have this one 220 and 220.5, so will go ahead and take the under in this one.

Dallas at Portland: Decent game here, as the total is at 229.5 and I’m split, with total projections of 229 and 235. Dallas is 9-5-1 after a loss and the Blazers are 10-8 after a victory. The Blazers are 4-9 when the total is 228 or higher and one of those overs came in last week’s 120-112 loss at Dallas. The Mavericks are 6-3 when playing to a total of 228 or higher. There has been a slight tendency for games to go under the total (79-91-2) after a team allowed 120 or more points to an opponent the previous game.

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