NBA Free Picks

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Steven Suarez -

One of the two games tonight pits the Nets against the Spurs in Brooklyn. Check out our NBA odds preview for the matchup, along with our favorite pick.

 
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Matthew Jordan -

This week's TNT doubleheader, the only games on Thursday's NBA schedule, features two interconference matchups between likely playoff teams, with the Spurs making their only trip to Brooklyn and the Bulls making their lone stop in Oakland. Find out which teams we're backing for our NBA Picks of the Day.

 
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Swinging Johnson - The Bulls are in the midst of a six-game Western Conference road trip and tonight they stop in Oakland to take on the Warriors.  Let's look at the NBA odds being offered and find out where we stand in this matchup tonight.
 
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Jordan Sharp -

Of all the games that feature a team currently in the playoffs against a team on the outside looking in, this is the most interesting of all of them tonight. The Blazers come into this game as -2 road NBA Odds favorites, and even though they have been tanking ATS recently compared to the beginning of the season, the Knicks don’t exactly give me a lot of confidence tonight either. However the NBA Odds for the total at 207 points looks ripe with value, and I am ready to pick it.

 
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SBR Staff -

Dos equipos con una realidad muy diferente se miden este jueves 6 de Febrero cuando los campeones de la conferencia Oeste, los San Antonio Spurs visiten el Barclays Center para enfrentar a los Brooklyn Nets, a las 8 PM Hora del Este de los Estados Unidos en otra jornada de la NBA.

 
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Steven Suarez - There are five games that we're following closely as we gear up to beat the books with our NBA picks on hump day.
 
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Jordan Sharp -

It’s another big card in the NBA tonight, as Wednesday brings us a gift of 12 games tonight. There are several intriguing NBA Odds, and I have chosen two to share with you for my NBA Picks of the day.

 
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Doug Upstone - This Western Conference clash should draw interest from those perusing the NBA to make their sports picks. Oklahoma City is proving to be one the best teams in the league, now according to commissioner Adam Silver, while Minnesota wallows in mediocrity, much to their own doing. Do the Timberwolves elevate their play or is the Thunder’s balance and Kevin Durant too much for them?
 
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Jason Lake -

The Los Angeles Lakers got two of their veteran guards back Tuesday night, and voila, they beat the NBA lines for the first time in a week. Now they get to play the Cleveland Cavaliers.

 
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David Lawrence - The Boston Celtics haven’t gone in a different direction since Rajon Rondo returned to their lineup: they’re still losing a lot more than they’re winning. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia 76ers played well in the first few weeks of the NBA season and haven’t been good ever since. On Wednesday, the two teams will meet.