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A couple of weeks ago Portland and Utah led the West. A lot has changed since then, but in Utah we should see the Jazz have no troubles.
Trail Blazers @ Jazz (1:10pm)
The Jazz should now be used to playing off no rest – they’re about to do so for an NBA high seventh occasion this season.
Utah has one of the better records off no rest in the NBA though going at a 50% win-loss percentage, while covering in four of the six games, and on their home court they’re 2-0 while covering on both occasions.
Portland started the season so strong but have hit a mad slump with the absence of Damian Lillard and now Josh Hart. They’ve failed to cover the line in seven of their last nine games, and after losing to Utah on their home floor with Dame two weeks back, it’s hard to see them making a contest of this in Utah.
Magic @ Raptors (12:10pm)
Although the Magic is 0-3 off no rest this season, they’ve still covered the line in all three losses and could make a game of it when they head to Toronto.
The Raptors are also yet to win off no rest this season at 0-3, only covering the line once from those three games.
With VanVleet, Anunoby and Barnes all playing 37+ minutes in Brooklyn, while Pascal Siakam could miss just recently returning from injury, the Magic could really make this a low scoring grind while covering – the Toronto 1-10 margin paying $2.86 the value.
Rockets @ Warriors (12:40pm)
The Warriors are 1-3 off no rest this season, mainly due to who they actually suit up. Klay won’t play, while Curry, Wiggins and Draymond have missed two of their four games when backing up this season.
With Houston owning the second worst record in the West, this is one game where the Warriors are likely to rest their stars.
But Golden State’s second unit have been so poor this season and a key reason behind their slow start, that a youthful Houston roster is every chance of upsetting the Warriors’ bench. Worth the risk of taking the $4.60 now, with the likelihood we won’t see Golden State’s starters.
Sunday NBA Multi
Jazz/Bucks/Clippers = $3.91