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Two of the league’s top scorers this season are on show Monday with a solid slate of NBA, and they both feature in our best bets of the day.
Pistons @ Kings (10:00am)
Looks like we’ve got a lead candidate for the Victor Wembanyama Stakes and it’s Detroit. The Pistons are now without Cade Cunningham indefinitely, and to put it bluntly they’re genuinely awful.
Should have beaten Toronto’s second unit a few games back, and had every chance against the Lakers, but the talent is simply not there. Marvin Bagley is not the answer, and the young backcourt combination of Killian Hayes and Jayden Ivey are incredibly inefficient.
Sacramento is one of the NBA’s form teams, covering in nine of their last ten games winning eight of those games. They’ve put their foot on the throat of their last two opponents beating the Lakers by 32 followed by the Spurs by 18, and we should expect a 20+ point win.
Heat @ Cavaliers (11:00am)
We see the points line for Luka and Embiid around 32.5, and then SGA, Durant and Tatum are at that 29.5 – 30.5 mark. Why are we getting 26.5 for Donovan Mitchell?
He’s having a monster season with the Cavaliers and is ranked fourth in the NBA in scoring averaging 31.2 per game. Are we concerned about him playing with Darius Garland? Well, he still averages over 30 points in the 8 games he’s played alongside the point guard this season.
From Mitchell’s 13 games this season he’s covered 26.5 points in 10 of those games, and posted 30+ points nine times this season. Take the 26.5, the line should be up two more points.
Warriors @ Rockets (11:00am)
Although this is just a visit to Houston which should be routine for Golden State, this is actually a vital game for the Warriors who are 0-8 on the road this season.
This being an important contest means we should see Steph Curry cook. Curry is averaging 32.2 points, 6.7 rebounds and 6.6 assists this season which gets us to a PRA of 45.5, but for Curry to hit a PRA of 44+ we’re getting $2.31.
If it is a blowout, it will be because Curry has just dropped 40 points in three quarters, and scoring 40 last time he played the Rockets last season this is certainly possible.
Monday NBA Multi
Nets/Wizards/Suns/Kings = $3.17