The New Orleans Pelicans-Los Angeles Lakers stayed under the total, the Celtics and Bucks covered the spread and Cash with Flash Best Bets had a terrific night.
It surely made up for Monday’s disaster and let’s hope our good fortune continues and we improve on our 4-2 record for the week.
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Cash with Flash Best Bets has two NBA games for you to consider for tonight.
Atlanta Hawks +2.5 Points over Orlando Magic
Orlando is the twenty-ninth best scoring team in the NBA and they take on an Atlanta Hawks defense allowing the twenty-ninth most points per game. We should call this the battle of the 29’s lol. Anyway; the Magic are 24-31-2 against the spread (ATS) this season and 10-18 as a road team. The Hawks have covered the spread in two of their previous three meetings and I suspect the Hawks will do the same thing again and maybe even win this one outright. Cash with Flash Best Bets suggests taking the 2.5 points and playing Atlanta to cover the spread tonight.
Washington Wizards +1.5 over Brooklyn Nets
Washington is 3-2 against the spread over its last five games and Wizards guard Bradley Beal has been on fire. Brooklyn is 7-3 ATS over its last ten games but is coming off a tough home loss to the Orlando Magic. Washington scores the sixth-most points per game this season and the Nets are allowing the seventeenth most points per game. This should be a close game and the edge should go to the better free-throw shooting team and that’s the Wizards. Cash with Flash Best Bets suggests taking the 1.5 points and playing the Wizards to cover tonight against the Nets.
Dallas Mavericks -5 points over San Antonio Spurs
The Mavericks are 18-9 away from American Airlines Arena with an ATS record of 31-24-3 and the Spurs will be without LaMarcus Aldridge. That’s going to hamper an already shaky Spurs defense and the Mavericks should go through the Spurs like a hot knife through butter. The Spurs are 24-31-1 ATS this season and also are 14-12 this season AT&T Center. Cash with Flash Best Bets suggests laying the five points and taking Dallas to cover the spread against San Antonio.
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