NBA Daily Betting Guide: NBA Best Bets for February 10, 2022

NBA Daily Betting Guide: NBA Best Bets for February 10, 2022

Ryan Knuppel
2 years ago
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A lot of exciting NBA action tonight! Let’s hop into betJACK’s Daily NBA Betting Guide!

Memphis Grizzlies @ Detroit Pistons (7 p.m.)

Favored Team and Spread: MEM -12

Total Points: 225.5

Detroit is on a five-game losing streak and are hosting one of the up-and-coming teams in the NBA in Memphis. Memphis is doing incredible on the road with an 18-9 record, and point guard Ja Morant should dominate this game.

The Grizzlies are 11-2 Against The Spread in their last 13 road games against the Pistons so expect Memphis to cover the large number. Also, the under hit in each of their previous four meetings, so go with that as well. 

Brooklyn Nets @ Washington Wizards (7:30 p.m., TNT)

Team Favored and Spread: WAS -3.5

Total Points: 218

These teams are both dealing with injuries to their top players as small forward Kevin Durant (knee), shooting guard James Harden (hamstring), shooting guard Joe Harris (ankle), and shooting guard (wrist) are all out right now, so it will be a battle of the depth pieces.

Point guard Kyrie Irving will lead the Nets here as they try to snap their major losing streak. Irving is averaging 23.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, 5.3 assists, 0.6 blocks, and 1.1 steals per game. All in all, expect the Nets to win outright and the under to hit.

Miami Heat @ New Orleans Pelicans (7:30 p.m.)

Favored Team and Spread: MIA -5.5

Total Points: 216.5

New Orleans just lost a lot of depth pieces in acquiring shooting guard CJ McCollum and have a formidable threat once power forward Zion Williamson (knee) is healthy enough to play.

The Heat are one of the best teams in basketball and should control the tempo of this game. Miami is 16-5 Against The Spread in their last 21 games, and the under has hit in four of their last five games played in New Orleans.

Toronto Raptors @ Houston Rockets (8 p.m.)

Favored Team and Spread: TOR -8.5

Total Points: 225

The Toronto Raptors are the better team in this matchup against the rebuilding Houston Rockets. The Raptors are riding a seven-game winning streak into this game and should control the game.

Power forward Pascal Siakam is playing well in his last ten games as he is averaging 23.5 points, 10.6 rebounds, 6.2 assists, 1.1 blocks, and 1.6 steals. The over seems to be the better play as Toronto is averaging 121.3 points in their previous four games.

Los Angeles Clippers @ Dallas Mavericks (8:30 p.m.)

Favored Team and Spread: DAL -6.5

Total Points: 215

The Clippers are heading to Dallas to take on the Mavericks here, and point guard Luka Doncic should be able to dominate, but not enough to cover the spread.

Power forward Kristaps Porzingis (knee) remains out for Dallas while small forward Kawhi Leonard (knee) and small forward Paul George (elbow) are also out here.

The Clippers are 5-2 Against The Spread in their last seven games against one another, so go with the Clippers getting a handful of points to cover as well as the under to hit. 

Milwaukee Bucks @ Phoenix Suns (10 p.m., TNT)

Favored Team and Spread: PHO -4

Total Points: 233.5

The Bucks will travel to Phoenix to take on the Suns in an NBA Finals rematch. Both teams are dominating as they are tied for fourth with one another with 113 points per game.

However, the Suns are second in the NBA with a +7.6 point differential, and their backcourt of point guard Chris Paul and shooting guard Devin Booker should be enough here.

Go with Phoenix to cover the spread as they are 5-1 ATS in their last six home games against Milwaukee and the over to hit as both teams can score the ball well. 

New York Knicks @ Golden State Warriors (10 p.m.)

Favored Team and Spread: GS -9.5

Total Points: 217

The New York Knicks will travel across the country to take on the Golden State Warriors in a non-conference matchup. The Knicks have been brutal on the road, losing their last six games while the Warriors are an outstanding 25-4 inside of the Chase Center this season.

Point guard Stephen Curry has been pedestrian as of late since scoring 40 points against the Rockets. The Knicks have covered in just two of the previous seven games against the Warriors, so go with Golden State to cover the spread and the under as small forward RJ Barrett (ankle), shooting guard Quentin Grimes (knee), center Mitchell Robinson (back), and center Nerlens Noel (knee) are all questionable for the Knicks, and I do not believe in their ability to hit their implied point total of 99 points in this game.

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