Last Updated: 2017-11-07
It’s always nice to start off a new season with a win and now on to Tuesday. A much bigger slate of games today and we see that unders are still leading the way for the season, with 52.4% of the games landing under the total. Games have an average score of 210.8 against an average total of 211.5, which more likely is responsible for that. Last season’s games saw an average of 211.2 and the average total was 210.7, so it’s been pretty consistent from one season to the next.
Milwaukee at Cleveland: The Cavaliers opened -4 and 217.5 and the line is now Cleveland -4.5 and the total has climbed to 219.5. The numbers say this one is even at 108-108.
Dallas at Washington: The lone NBA game that didn’t have an overnight line, the numbers have the Wizards winning 112-101.
New Orleans at Indiana: The Pacers are favored by 1 with a total of 218 and the numbers have the Pacers winning 107-100.
Chicago at Toronto: The Raptors are favored by 11 and the total on the game is 201, while the numbers have Toronto coming away with a 106-99 victory.
Charlotte at New York: The game is even and the total is 209.5, while the numbers have the Knicks coming away with a 104-102 victory.
LA Clippers at San Antonio: The Spurs are favored by 3.5 with a total of 201.5 and the numbers are calling for San Antonio to come out with a 103-101 victory.
Philadelphia at Utah: The Jazz are favored by 7 and the total here is 205, which is 3.5 points higher than the opening 201.5. The numbers are calling for a 101-97 Jazz victory.
Brooklyn at Denver: The Nets are back in action after defeating Phoenix last night and there are conflicting trends on what they’ll do in this one. The Nuggets are favored by 11.5 with a total of 233 and the numbers have Denver winning 122-110.
Memphis at Portland: The Blazers are favored by 3.5 and the total is 203.5. The numbers have the Grizzlies winning 105-103.
Oklahoma City at Sacramento: The Thunder are favored by 10 and the total is 205, while the numbers are calling for a 106-101 Thunder victory.
Tonight’s Play: Just going with one play tonight, which will be the under 218 in the Indiana Pacers game. Both teams receive negative defensive numbers in tonight’s location (Indiana at home, New Orleans on the road) and think that it will manage to land under the number.