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The Nets have turned it on since the departure of Steve Nash, and with the Lakers still struggling, they should be far too strong.
Nets @ Lakers (1:30pm)
The Brooklyn Nets look a completely different team under Jacque Vaughn, in particular from the defensive end, and have won four of their last five games with their only loss to the Mavericks in Dallas by two points.
Brooklyn has covered the line in their last five games, while the Lakers have failed to cover the line once during the same span, losing their last five games and four of those by double digits.
With LeBron still out for the Lakers, it’s extremely hard to see them getting close to this Brooklyn outfit that just beat the Clippers by 15 on Sunday. The -3.5 line seems far too short, with 11+ paying $3.80 also worth a play.
Timberwolves @ Cavaliers (10:00am)
Although Donovan Mitchell and Jarrett Allen are both listed as questionable, the Cavaliers should still cover the line when they host the Timberwolves.
Cleveland is 4-0 at home this season, covering the line in all four games, while Minnesota has a 25% win record on the road this season.
After Memphis were far too good for them last game, Minnesota is still yet to cover against a team with a winning record of .500 or above this season. There’s genuine concerns in both their front and back court structures at the moment, and the Cavs should do a number on them regardless of whether Mitchell and Allen play.
Warriors @ Kings (1:00pm)
No doubt a controversial selection here, but the Kings have been playing much better basketball of late and find themselves ahead of the Warriors in the standings.
Although that doesn’t mean much in the early stages of the season, Sacramento has covered the line in six of their last seven games while the Warriors head to Sacramento winless on the road, including losses to Charlotte, Detroit and Orlando.
It took some Steph Curry magic for the Warriors to get past the Kings on their home floor on Tuesday winning by just three points, and if Sacramento can replicate that effort at home, they’re nice value at the $2.53.
Monday NBA Multi
Knicks/Cavaliers/Nets = $3.48