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Cleveland have been one of the surprise packets this season with their best form coming on their home court and they can continue that run against Atlanta.
Hawks @ Cavaliers (11:10am)
Cleveland have historically had few problems with Atlanta when the teams play in Ohio and given the two teams’ split this season then the Cavs are the only play here.
The Cavs have covered five of the last six meetings in Cleveland against the Hawks. Cleveland have also covered eight of nine at home while Atlanta have covered just 10 of 31 on the road.
Donovan Mitchell has been outstanding leading this team to not only success but consistent success. The Cavs have covered nine of 10 off a win and five straight against teams with a .600 record or better.
Atlanta have covered just 9 of 30 off a win and just 7 of 27 against a team with a .600 record or better.
Chips in the Cavs here.
Knicks @ Thunder (12:10pm)
The Thunder have a tremendous recent record against the Knicks and there is no reason to think that won’t continue today.
Oklahoma City have won and covered seven of the last eight meetings. They have topped 126 points in five of those. They have beaten the cover margin by at least 14 in five of their last six.
The Thunder are 27-13-1 against the spread against losing teams and have covered four of five off scoring 100-plus.
The Knicks have covered just 4 of 14 overall and none of their last five against losing teams.
Trailblazers @ Bucks (12:10pm)
Josh Hart seems to be the most likely candidate to fill the scoring void left by Damien Lillard’s injury.
Hart scored 19 against the Jazz yesterday despite playing just 30 minutes, his lowest figure for the season. He took double digit field goals for just the second time this yer and got to the line six times, his second highest figure for the year.
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