That leaves Cash with Flash Best Bets at 9-5 for the week and 8-3 over the last four days. Let’s see if we can finish the week strong with what we have found for you today!
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Cash with Flash Best Bets has three NBA games for you to consider for tonight.
Los Angeles Lakers -2 Points over New Orleans Pelicans
This is game four of the four-game season series and the Lakers have won all three matchups. Los Angeles is coming off a horrible road loss to the Memphis Grizzlies and you can bet that Los Angeles won’t want to be embarrassed on national TV tonight. Both sides have over .500 records against the spread this season but the Lakers have a solid 24-6 road record whereas the Pelicans are 12-17 at Smoothie King Center. New Orleans is 11-23 this season as the underdog and Cash with Flash Best Bets suggests laying the points and taking the Lakers to cover the spread against the Pelicans tonight.
Detroit Pistons vs Sacramento Kings UNDER 217.5 points
The under is 3-2 over their previous five games and we have plenty of injury concerns for both teams. Neither team has an explosive offense and both sides allow right around the league average in points with the Kings allowing the better defense of the two. The Pistons are in lottery draft mode and have scored under their season average in three of its last five games. The under is 4-1 over the Kings last five games and Cash with Flash Best Bets suggests playing UNDER 217.5 points in this contest tonight.
Washington Wizards -5.5 Points over Golden State Warriors
Golden State is coming off a Saturday night win and the Wizards had a night off after falling to the Utah Jazz by ten points. The Wizards are 2-2-1 ATS over their last five games and Golden State is 1-4 ATS over their last five games. Wizards guard Bradley Beal has been on fire and the Warriors don’t really have anyone to stop him. Golden State has won each of their last six meetings but they won’t win tonight against a Wizards side trying to reach the eighth seed in the East. Cash with Flash Best Bets suggests laying the 5.5 points and taking Washington to cover the spread tonight.
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