NBA Tips – Thursday, November 3 NBA Picks & Multi

Betseeker’s expert tipsters have you covered for the best NBA tips and predictions for every game of the NBA season.

Charlotte have mixed their form this season but are in a great spot against a Chicago team returning from Brooklyn on a back-to-back sans their best player.

Best Bet

Hornets @ Bulls (10:40am)

Charlotte +5.5

The Hornets won’t get a better spot to beat the Bulls than they do here.

Chicago return from New York where they came from behind to beat the Nets yesterday. The Bulls have covered just one of seven on a back-to-back and will likely be without star Zach LaVine in this clash.

Charlotte have typically been underrated by the market on the road with 19 covers in 26 road games. They have also covered four of five off a loss and four of five against teams with a losing record.

With the Bulls having covered just 2 of 10 at home, Charlotte look a great bet getting anything more than three points.

Next Best

Grizzlies @ Trailblazers (1:10pm)

Portland +4

The Trailblazers have been the pal of the punter this year with five wins and five covers in their six games, Four of those wins have been as an underdog including twice as a home underdog.

The Grizzlies have lost their last two, both road games in Salt Lake City against Utah as a road favourite.

Portland have covered 7 of 10 off a win and 5 of 6 off allowing 100-plus points in their previous game.

Memphis have covered just 1 of 6 road games and just 1 of 7 off scoring 100-plus.

Value Bet

Pistons @ Bucks (11:10am)

Brook Lopez
20+ Points

Brook Lopez is huge value to top 20 points against Detroit.

The Bucks big man has scored 20-plus in each of his last two including 24 against Detroit on Tuesday on a 10/16 shooting performance.

Lopez is averaging 15.3 points per game this season, shooting at 47.3%. Having 10-plus shots in five of six gamesz this year, he is excellent value.

Monday NBA Multi

Clippers/Bucks/Mavericks/Pelicans = $3.98

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Nick has spent more than 15 years working in wagering around the world and is a regular NRL columnist for The Guardian.