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Tuesday, 6 January 2015

NBA Picks January 2015

It is usually stated that the NBA season is too long and I think the proof is in the pudding that the League doesn't really get going until after the NFL Super Bowl is completed. Teams are getting ready to get themselves set for a Play Off run in the final four months of the season and January is the last month when the NBA will take a backseat to the NFL.

Injuries have been an issue for a number of teams in the NBA in the first three months of the season and there are some real surprises through the League going into the new calendar year.

The fact the Western Conference is loaded and the team to come out of that gauntlet is going to be the favourite to win the NBA Finals is not a surprise, but how about the Atlanta Hawks leading the Eastern Conference with just 8 losses on the season?

Most expected the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers to dominated proceedings in the Eastern Conference, but the latter have been a disappointment early in the second LeBron James era, while their superstar has spent time on the sidelines as has Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love. The lack of consistency was something that afflicted the Miami Heat when James first joined Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, but it feels different with the Cavaliers and it also seems like James has lost a little bit of his explosiveness.

It has also been a tough season to be a New York Knicks fan as it seems more and more likely that Carmelo Anthony is going to sit out the rest of this miserable season sooner rather than later. There is little point Anthony wasting a year with a team that has the most losses in the NBA at this point of the season, especially as he will likely need surgery, and I would think about letting the best player the Knicks have get rested up for next season.

That will improve the chances of the Knicks picking up a high pick in the next NBA Draft and Phil Jackson can start putting his stamp on the organisation which is going through yet another miserable season.

The New Year was only a few days old when it was announced that Stuart Scott had passed away at age 49 following his fight against cancer and there have been plenty of comments from people who knew the anchor best. Being in the UK, ESPN's Sports Center is not played on the networks here, except for a three year period when ESPN actually had a UK channel, but Stuart Scott was a feature of the NBA games and NFL games over the year that we did get to see.

Scott always came across as a down to earth anchor who was more in tune with the 'common man' than some of the others out there and you can't help but think of the 'catchphrases' that he was famous for. Scott really was as 'cool as the other side of the pillow' and anytime I see a big play, I know I'll want to throw a 'Boo-Yah' out there.


Tuesday 6 January
Phoenix Suns @ Milwaukee Bucks: The Milwaukee Bucks are short-handed for this game against the Phoenix Suns and have to try and cool down a red-hot team from the Western Conference.

The Suns have won 3 of their last 4 road games at Milwaukee and are looking for revenge for a home loss they suffered to the Bucks last month. Since that loss, Phoenix have won 8 of 10 games, although they saw a 5 game road winning run come to an end with back to back losses at New Orleans and Oklahoma City.

Both of those teams are better than Milwaukee and the Phoenix Suns can use their depth to cover the spread on the road.

Wednesday 7 January
Oklahoma City Thunder @ Sacramento Kings Pick: The Oklahoma City Thunder went 'all in' with a huge trade that saw them bring in Dion Waiters and keep hold of Reggie Jackson as they look to make sure of a place in the Western Conference Play Offs. Waiters is there to offer scoring outside of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant and could be revitalised from a move away from the Cleveland Cavaliers although he is unlikely to be suited up for this game.

The Thunder have won on their last 5 visits to the Sacramento Kings whose season has fallen apart from the early form that suggested the Kings could be a threat in this loaded Conference. Oklahoma City are also 4-1 against the spread in their last 5 games here.

DeMarcus Cousins has not been at his best since returning from an injury and the Thunder can perhaps win the battle on the boards which could lead to a double digit win.

Thursday 8 January
Miami Heat @ Portland Trail Blazers Pick: There are trade rumours surrounding Luol Deng as the Miami Heat start a five game road trip against the Western Conference in a difficult season. Losing LeBron James last summer was always going to be a tough pill to swallow for the Heat, but their 15-20 record this season is still a disappointment and the chances of returning to the NBA Finals for the fifth season in a row look slim at best.

The first road game is at the Portland Trail Blazers who have won 16 of their 19 home games this season, and they are 11-7 against the spread at home this season. Portland have a fast Offense that can score a lot of points and that has been a problem for the Heat who are averaging just 91 points per game in their last 5 games and just 93 points per game on the road.

Miami are also coming in off an upset win and have gone 0-7 against the spread in their next game and the Heat are just 4-8 against the spread against Western Conference teams this season so I like Portland to cover in this one.

Friday 9 January
Philadelphia 76ers @ Brooklyn Nets Pick: The Brooklyn Nets have lost three in a row and have a big game on Saturday against the surging Detroit Pistons so there is every chance they are not fully focused on the pretty terrible Philadelphia 76ers. The Nets have struggled to score points over their last three games that have ended in defeat and that could make the number being given to the 76ers look a touch too high.

Don't get me wrong though, Philadelphia are more than capable of putting together a stinking effort and being blown out- I am just not convinced Brooklyn will give them the full attention with their game at Detroit on Saturday night and that can allow the 76ers to keep this closer than expected.

Recent blow outs that Philadelphia have suffered has inflated this number and it is the highest spread Brooklyn have been asked to cover this season. The Nets should win because Philadelphia are terrible, but the 76ers have played slightly better on the road although only 6-12 against the spread in those games. However, they have gone 4-5 against the spread when playing Eastern Conference teams and Brooklyn haven't played well enough to deserve this many points to be given up.

Atlanta Hawks @ Detroit Pistons Pick: There is no doubt that these two teams are the hottest in the Eastern Conference at the moment and arguably the whole NBA, but the Atlanta Hawks have been much more consistent than the Detroit Pistons and I like them to cover in this game.

The Pistons have seen a 6 game winning run put together which has been sparked by the removal of Josh Smith from the locker room and that includes surprising wins at the San Antonio Spurs and Dallas Mavericks. However, this is their third game in four days and they face an Atlanta Hawks teams that has their own 6 game winning run to defend.

Atlanta top the Eastern Conference for the best record and Mike Budenholzer has brought over the San Antonio Spurs system effectively with the team performing without a standout 'star'. I think they take the Pistons very seriously considering the recent form displayed by Detroit and Atlanta have the front court to win their share of battles with Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe.

A bit of tiredness can creep into the Detroit legs in this game as they chase the Atlanta shooters and the Hawks are 12-4 against the spread on the road, while Detroit are 1-5 against the spread when playing a team with a winning record at home.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Milwaukee Bucks Pick: Something has to give as Minnesota look to snap their 13 game losing run while the Milwaukee Bucks try and win for the first time in 6 tries at home.

The Bucks have at least played well on the road in that time so the confidence should be there despite being shorthanded in the front court. On the other hand, Minnesota are shorthanded all over with the likes of Ricky Rubio, Nikola Pekovic and Kevin Martin out with injuries and Mo Williams banged up to the point of being questionable for this game.

Minnesota have only lost 6 of their 13 games losing streak by double digits, but they might not be fully engaged in this game knowing they will be hosting the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday and this being a single road game after playing 4 straight home games and then returning home for another game after this one.

While Minnesota are just 4-8 against the spread when playing teams from the Eastern Conference and 5-12 against the spread playing teams with winning records, Milwaukee are 8-3 ATS as the favourite this season and have feasted on teams with losing records by going 14-4 ATS in those games. The Bucks are also 9-4 against the spread playing teams from the Western Conference and I like Milwaukee despite their big game with the Chicago Bulls which takes place on Saturday.

Saturday 10 January
Charlotte Hornets @ New York Knicks Pick: The New York Knicks have been plain terrible and look like they are going to end the season with the worst record in the NBA. They haven't been helped by the injuries to their better players left on the roster, but this is a team that hasn't the talent to make up for the absence of Amare Stoudemire or Carmelo Anthony.

Neither is expected to play in this game and the Knicks may also be looking ahead to getting away from the United States as they travel to England for a game in London next week. They face a Charlotte Hornets team that has won 4 in a row and the confidence is definitely growing after an awful start to the season.

9 of the last 10 New York losses have come by double digits and they look to be struggling too much to stay competitive in this one too.

Monday 12 January
Houston Rockets @ Brooklyn Nets Pick: The Brooklyn Nets have been struggling in their five game losing run when they have averaged less than 90 points per game and that isn't going to get it done against the Houston Rockets and their Offensive power.

The Rockets have also been one of the better Defensive teams in the NBA and can force turnovers which should give them the edge in this game, although the scheduling has meant they have done a lot of travelling in recent days. That might make this game closer than it should be, but I still like the Rockets to cover.

Brooklyn are now 1-5 against the spread at home when facing a team with a winning record and they might struggle to contain the barrage of three pointers that Houston can hit.

Tuesday 13 January
Golden State Warriors @ Utah Jazz Pick: The Utah Jazz have been putting together some strong defensive performances of late and have a big front court that can cause some problems for the Golden State Warriors, but matching the scoring power is going to be tough for the home team.

The Warriors are not as strong on their travels as they are at home, while they might be looking ahead to big games against Miami and Oklahoma City during the rest of the week, but Steve Kerr won't allow them to slip from the standards they have been setting. Golden State have won 6 straight games, all at home, and none of those have been closer than a 13 point margin.

Golden State have also won 3 of their last 4 road games at Utah and they have had plenty of rest since last playing. Utah are just 2-6 against the spread when playing teams with a winning record and Golden State are 6-2 against the spread when playing a team with a losing record, while the Warriors average 104 points per game on the road which will be tough for Utah to stay with.

Wednesday 14 January
Miami Heat @ Golden State Warriors Pick: This was going to be a big challenge for the Miami Heat if they had been fully healthy, but Dwyane Wade is almost certain to sit out after suffering a hamstring injury in the win over the LA Lakers.

Now they face one of the hottest teams in the NBA in the form of the Golden State Warriors who return home following an 11 point win on the road at Utah. The Warriors are going for 8 straight home wins having won 7 in a row by at least 13 points per game and the scoring power is going to be tough for Miami to match without Wade.

Miami have been held to 88 or fewer points in 4 of their last 5 games and that won't cut it against the Warriors who average almost 114 points per game at home. They have scored at least 110 points in their last 7 games and Golden State can get very hot from outside the arc to pull away from teams and I like them to cover a big spread as they are also 4-2 against the spread when favoured by at least 12.5 points at home.

LA Clippers @ Portland Trail Blazers Pick: I have a lot of respect for the LA Clippers and what they are capable of in the post-season, but the Portland Trail Blazers have won 18 of 21 home games and have also beaten the Clippers 3 times in a row at home.

Portland have the motivation of avenging one of their rare losses to this point this season and they are also facing a Clippers team that has surprisingly gone 8-7 on the road. Defensively they have been a little looser on the road and they can't afford that kind of play against a Portland team that has thrived on that side of the court.

Both teams have heavy scoring power which should make this an exciting game, but Portland have gone 7-3 against the spread when facing teams with winning records at home while the LA Clippers are just 2-5 against the spread when facing a team with a winning record on the road. With the recent successes the Trail Blazers have had over the LA Clippers, I like them to come through with the cover.

Thursday 15 January
Cleveland Cavaliers @ LA Lakers Pick: This wasn't how it was supposed to be in Cleveland after LeBron James decided to return home following his four year stint with the Miami Heat. The Cavaliers had been pre-season favourites to win the NBA Championship, but they have lost 6 in a row to drop to 19-20 for the season, and trades made have yet to have a full impact on the team.

This is as good a chance as any to snap their losing run against the LA Lakers who have lost 4 of their last 5 games and are averaging just 90 points per game. They should improve that number against this Cleveland Defense that has struggled, but I think the Cavaliers will have too much on the other side of the court for the Lakers to deal with.

James returned to the line up in the loss to the Phoenix Suns and admitted he felt back to his best and I will look for him to inspire Cleveland to a win and cover at the Staples Center.

Friday 16 January
Brooklyn Nets @ Washington Wizards Pick: The Brooklyn Nets are officially up for sale and they continue shopping their best players around the NBA with the latest news suggesting Brook Lopez will be moving to the Oklahoma City Thunder. These uncertainties can't be helping the Nets as they try and snap their 7 game losing run and a home and home series with the Washington Wizards looks a tough one for them.

If Lopez is about to move and Deron Williams is still injured, Brooklyn could be short-handed for this game although Kevin Garnett is back from a suspension. Still, the Nets are averaging just 90 points per game over their last 5 games and they are facing a Wizards team that has been performing like one of the best in the Eastern Conference.

Washington are coming out of two tough games against San Antonio and Chicago so they may be a little complacent in this one, but the Wizards average 102 points per game at home and could set a pace that Brooklyn struggle to deal with. The Nets are 4-12 against the spread when playing a team with a winning record and they are 0-3 against the spread this season when they are being dogged by 8 points or more.

Atlanta Hawks @ Toronto Raptors Pick: The Atlanta Hawks may be the hottest team in the NBA, but the have lost their last 3 games against the Toronto Raptors and their winning run is under threat in this game. The Raptors have returned DeMar DeRozan to the line up and they just seem to have the scoring power to give Atlanta's Defense some problems.

The Hawks have only given up 96 points per game this season, but in their two games against the Toronto Raptors they have twice allowed 102 points or more. They will also be facing a Toronto team that plays much better Defense at home and I think the Raptors have just turned a corner after a mini-blip earlier this month.

Atlanta have been one of the top teams against the number this season, but this is a team that has posed problems for them and Toronto have been strong when favoured by a small number of points. Compare that to the Hawks who are just 1-2 against the spread as an underdog of 3.5 points or fewer and I am looking for Toronto's Offensive power to come through and make it 3 in a row against the Hawks this season.

Saturday 17 January
Washington Wizards @ Brooklyn Nets Pick: I should have taken my concerns a little more seriously about the Brooklyn Nets game at Washington on Friday night, but I think the blow out will inspire the Wizards into a revenge game. Washington got their starters rested up in the second half of the loss on Friday as both teams travel the short distance north for the second of this home and home series.

The Nets took their shots from Washington in the first half, but they ended up taking control of the game and never let up, but Brooklyn remain just 1-7 against the spread at home when playing a team with a winning record. I can't expect the Wizards to produce another Offensive dud as they did on Friday and the Nets are also just 1-5 against the spread when coming off an upset win.

Washington are one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference and I expect them to show that on Saturday and beat Brooklyn while covering this number.

Monday 19 January
Detroit Pistons @ Atlanta Hawks Pick: The Atlanta Hawks are the hottest team in the NBA and have covered the spread in all 10 games they have played in January, but I still can't help but feel the Detroit Pistons are being given too many points in this game.

The Hawks were blowing out Detroit on the road recently, but the Pistons have shown their new found confidence to rally and only just fall short. The heavy three point shooting of the Hawks has to be a problem, but Detroit are a team that have gone 5-1 against the spread when given between 6.5 and 9 points on the road this season.

Atlanta did beat Detroit by 10 points at home earlier this season, but the Pistons are playing better at the moment and I think getting almost double digits is too much to ignore.

Chicago Bulls @ Cleveland Cavaliers Pick: The Cleveland Cavaliers have been one of the worst teams against the number this season, but they won't care about that as they finally got back up above 0.500 with back to back road wins on the West Coast. Now the Cavaliers return home to host the Chicago Bulls who were considered the main threat in the Eastern Conference before the season started.

Joakim Noah is likely to miss this game, but Cleveland should have Kevin Love back after he sat out the win over the LA Clippers at the Staples Center. The Bulls have also lost 5 of their last 7 games and are facing a Cleveland team that has a healthy LeBron James and who are feeling better about their game after consecutive wins.

The game is likely to be a tightly contested one as Chicago have played well Offensively but also have one of the best Defensive minds at Head Coach, but I like the Cavaliers to make it 2 in a row against the Bulls this season.

Toronto Raptors @ Milwaukee Bucks Pick: The Toronto Raptors somehow blew a big lead on Sunday night as they were surprised by the New Orleans Pelicans, but I think they can bounce back against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Raptors have won 5 in a row in the series by 17 points per game, and Milwaukee are returning from a trip to London where they blew out the New York Knicks and that travelling could be an issue.

Toronto have hit the buffers of late with 7 losses from their last 9 games, but this is a team that has gone 2-0 against the spread as a small road favourite and one that is also 7-3 against the spread on the road against a team with a winning record.

The Raptors have a strong Offensive team, but they need to perform better Defensively and could get help from a Milwaukee Bucks team that averages 94 points per game at home. The Bucks are just 3-5 against the spread at home against a team with a winning record and I do think the recent trip to London could have some impact in this game.

Tuesday 20 January
Oklahoma City Thunder @ Miami Heat Pick: The Oklahoma City Thunder have a big game at the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night, but this is a team that is three games out of the Western Conference Play Off picture and can't afford to overlook any team. They have the chance to get above 0.500 for the first time this season as they visit the Miami Heat who have won 3 of their last 4 games.

The Heat did that without Dwyane Wade, who should return for this game, but that was sparked by huge Defensive efforts and potentially missing Luol Deng for this game will hurt against the Kevin Durant-Russell Westbrook led Oklahoma City.

Miami are 0-8 against the spread in the game following an upset win and I think the Thunder's Offensive power will be tough for the Heat to keep up with as they are averaging just 89 points per game over their last five games. That is only 4 points lower than their season average and I think Oklahoma City cover.

Monday 26 January
Philadelphia 76ers @ New Orleans Pelicans Pick: This is a lot of points for the New Orleans Pelicans to be giving up and the highest spread they have faced as the favourite this season, but I still like them to overcome the Philadelphia 76ers.

The 76ers are averaging just 85 points per game over their last 5 games, while they have lost their last 4 road games by at least 16 points per game. New Orleans have won 3 games in a row and blew out Philadelphia when they last hosted them in November 2013.

There is also a chance that the 76ers are wondering about families back home where a major storm looks to be hitting the North East of the States and that added distraction may see the Pelicans pull away.

Tuesday 27 January
Toronto Raptors @ Indiana Pacers Pick: The Toronto Raptors have already beaten the Indiana Pacers once this season, although that game was played in Canada. They now look to snap a 2 game losing run in Indiana and it might be the right time to face the Pacers despite Indiana snapping an 8 game losing run with a win over Orlando.

The Pacers are a team that has struggled at both ends of the court and I am not sure they are going to have enough points in the team to keep up with Toronto. The Raptors have won 3 of their last 4 games after going through a blip of their own, but this is a team that has averaged 107 points per game on the road this season and even getting into triple digits would be too much for the Indiana Pacers to keep up.

Indiana are 3-5 at home against the spread against a team with a winning record and I like Toronto to cover.

Chicago Bulls @ Golden State Warriors Pick: Golden State Warriors saw their run of winning home games by at least 13 points come to an end with a close win over the Boston Celtics last time out and Steve Kerr admitted his team looked a little tired. However, they should be more focused against one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference when the Chicago Bulls visit Oakland and I do think the Warriors get back to covering the spread.

They are being asked to cover almost a double digit amount of points, but Golden State have been blowing out the best teams in the NBA with their fast tempo, quick ball movement and heavy barrage of three pointers. Golden State will also be facing a Bulls team that has been struggling in recent games and I think they will be concerned that they have allowed triple digits in terms of points in 6 of their last 10 games.

The Warriors are 5-1 against the spread at home against a team with a winning record and their home games are seeing an average margin of 17 points in favour of Golden State. Chicago will keep this close for a while, but Golden State should pull away and win this by at least ten points.

Wednesday 28 January
Detroit Pistons @ Philadelphia 76ers Pick: The Detroit Pistons have been on a very tough run of games and will be playing for the fourth time in five days which is a concern for me. However, they are playing a Philadelphia 76ers team that is going to be shorthanded and has been struggling at both ends of the court.

Detroit lost a tough game against Cleveland on Tuesday night and had to travel overnight to Philadelphia for this game, which can have a negative effect on a team that has recently lost Brandon Jennings for the season. They are still in contention in the Eastern Conference though and they have the size to give the 76ers a lot of issues.

This is a 76ers team that has lost 6 in a row and has failed to surpass 91 points in any of those games, while they have allowed at least 98 points in 5 of those games. I believe the Pistons fire up and win this one while covering on the road.

Sacramento Kings @ Toronto Raptors Pick: The Sacramento Kings would have been in New York when their game against the Knicks was called off on Monday and they will be hoping the additional rest will give them a chance to surprise the Toronto Raptors who will be playing on back to back days.

I just wonder how much the Kings want from this game knowing they play the Cleveland Cavaliers next and having been involved in the blizzard on Monday night. The Raptors have been good in back to back games, going 7-2 against the spread in those games, and Sacramento have been on a poor run with 6 straight losses behind them.

I respect the Kings, but they might overlook this game and focus on taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers in a couple of days time and I think the Raptors pull away with another solid win.

Denver Nuggets @ New Orleans Pelicans Pick: The New Orleans Pelicans are going to be in with a fight for the remaining two months of the season to get into a position to make the Play Offs from the loaded Western Conference. They are in good form at the moment though and I think they can knock off the Denver Nuggets who have lost 7 in a row overall and 15 of their 21 road games this season.

On the other hand, the Pelicans have won their last 4 games in dominant fashion despite the injury suffered by Jrue Holiday and will be looking for Tyreke Evans and Anthony Davis to continue their hot runs.

New Orleans have been solid in revenging a loss this season and the Nuggets are 0-4 against the spread when set as the road underdog being given between 6.5 and 9 points this season. The Pelicans are 4-1 against the spread as the home favourite of between 6.5 and 9 points and they have been scoring plenty of points at home which should see them come out on top of this spread.

Thursday 29 January
Milwaukee Bucks @ Orlando Magic Pick: The Milwaukee Bucks have an awful record at the Orlando Magic having lost 17 in a row here since last winning a game on the road against them in December 2004. In fact, the Bucks have lost 11 of the last 15 games against Orlando including earlier this season, but I think they are in the best possible position to snap their recent struggles against them.

For starters, Milwaukee have a deep bench which can make up for the growing injury list as they look to remain in contention in the Eastern Conference, while the Magic have lost 6 straight games. Those losses have all come by 7 or more points and Orlando have struggled Defensively which might be a problem against this Bucks team which has allowed 98 points per game on the road.

The fact is that Orlando have allowed 115 points per game in their last 5 games and Milwaukee are 10-3 against the spread when playing on the road against a team with a losing record. Orlando are just 7-13 against the spread at home this season and I like Milwaukee to cover.

Friday 30 January
Portland Trail Blazers @ Atlanta Hawks Pick: The Atlanta Hawks aren't going to win every game through until the end of the NBA season, but their 17 game winning run is impressive and has cemented them as the team to beat in the Eastern Conference. I expect them to extend that to 18 games against the Portland Trail Blazers who are out of form and have a couple of nagging injuries to deal with.

The Trail Blazers were beaten by the Cleveland Cavaliers missing LeBron James and have LaMarcus Aldridge battling through his thumb injury. They have lost 6 of their last 8 games and battle a Hawks team that 'only' has the Philadelphia 76ers on deck and will be fully focused on this one.

Atlanta have won all 5 games during this home-stand by an average of over 12 points per game and their ability to move the ball around to find shooters on the perimeter coupled with the presence of Al Horford and Paul Millsap inside the paint is tough to deal with. The Hawks are 7-1 against the spread when playing a team with a winning record at home and I like them to cover tonight.

Toronto Raptors @ Brooklyn Nets Pick: Lionel Hollins is under big pressure as Brooklyn Head Coach and the Nets look like they will be the second team from the New York City area that will miss out on the Play Offs. The likes of Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson are considered tradeable, while Deron Williams remains injured.

They now take on the hot Toronto Raptors who have an ability to score a lot of points very quickly when they get hot from the three point line as they did in their win over the Sacramento Kings and that will be a problem for Brooklyn who have averaged just 90 points per game in their last 5 games.

The Raptors Defensive performances are a concern with the bigger spreads, but Brooklyn are 1-8 against the spread at home when playing a team with a winning record. The Nets are also just 1-3 against the spread when playing in three consecutive road games and I think the Raptors pull away in the second half and come through with a double digit win.

MY PICKS: 06/01 Phoenix Suns - 4 Points @ 1.92 Coral (1 Unit)
07/01 Oklahoma City Thunder - 7.5 Points @ 1.93 Sporting Bet (1 Unit)
08/01 Portland Trail Blazers - 8.5 Points @ 1.93 Sporting Bet (1 Unit)
09/01 Philadelphia 76ers + 11 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
09/01 Atlanta Hawks - 2.5 Points @ 1.85 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
09/01 Milwaukee Bucks - 8.5 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
10/01 Charlotte Hornets - 8 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
12/01 Houston Rockets - 6.5 Points @ 1.95 Bet365 (1 Unit)
13/01 Golden State Warriors - 7.5 Points @ 1.92 Sky Bet (1 Unit)
14/01 Golden State Warriors - 13.5 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
14/01 Portland Trail Blazers - 3.5 Points @ 1.92 Sky Bet (1 Unit)
15/01 Cleveland Cavaliers - 5.5 Points @ 1.92 Coral (1 Unit)
16/01 Washington Wizards - 9.5 Points @ 1.95 Bet365 (1 Unit)
16/01 Toronto Raptors - 1 Point @ 1.92 William Hill (1 Unit)
17/01 Washington Wizards - 4.5 Points @ 1.93 Sporting Bet (1 Unit)
19/01 Detroit Pistons + 9 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
19/01 Cleveland Cavaliers - 1 Point @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
19/01 Toronto Raptors - 1 Point @ 1.95 Bet365 (1 Unit)
20/01 Oklahoma City Thunder - 6.5 Points @ 1.92 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
26/01 New Orleans Pelicans - 14 Points @ 2.00 Sky Bet (1 Unit)
27/01 Toronto Raptors - 3.5 Points @ 1.93 Sporting Bet (1 Unit)
27/01 Golden State Warriors - 9.5 Points @ 1.93 Sporting Bet (1 Unit)
28/01 Detroit Pistons - 7 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
28/01 Toronto Raptors - 7 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
28/01 New Orleans Pelicans - 6.5 Points @ 1.95 Bet365 (1 Unit)
29/01 Milwaukee Bucks - 4 Points @ 1.92 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
30/01 Atlanta Hawks - 7 Points @ 1.95 Boyle Sports (1 Unit)
30/01 Toronto Raptors - 7 Points @ 2.00 Sky Bet (1 Unit)

January Update: 18-10, + 6.67 Units

December Final3-6, - 3.31 Units
November Final14-11, + 1.70 Units
October Final2-4, - 2 Units
Season 201519-21, - 3.60 Units

Season 201458-72-1, - 16.86 Units
Final Season 2013105-93-3, + 10.49 Units
Final Season 201279-53-1, + 27.48 Units

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