NBA Daily Betting Guide: NBA Best Bets for February 3, 2022

NBA Daily Betting Guide: NBA Best Bets for February 3, 2022

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A lot of exciting NBA action tonight! Let's hop into betJACK's Daily NBA Betting Guide!

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Detroit Pistons (7 p.m.)

Favored Team and Spread: MIN -7

Total Points: 228

The Timberwolves are heading into this non-conference game against the Pistons on a two-game winning streak, and this will be the first of two games played against each other, with the other being on Sunday.

Rookie point guard Cade Cunningham (hip) is questionable for this game but is only averaging 11 points in his last three games.

Give me Minnesota laying seven points as they should cruise into a win here. Neither defense is better than 20th in points per game allowed, so go with the over here as well.  

Phoenix Suns @ Atlanta Hawks (7:30 p.m., TNT)

Favored Team and Spread: PHO -5

Total Points: 224.5

The Suns are ent ering this game against a struggling Hawks team on an 11-game winning streak and have looked incredible after a great season last year. Shooting guard Devin Booker has been on fire as in his last ten games; he is averaging 32 points, 5.7 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 0.5 blocks, and 1.1 steals.

Center DeAndre Ayton (foot) returned against Brooklyn on Tuesday and should be able to play here as well. However, point guard Trae Young (shoulder) is a game-time decision.

Phoenix is 17-8-1 Against The Spread in their last 26 games against Atlanta so go with the road team to cover here as well as the over since it hit in each of the previous five games between one another.

Chicago Bulls @ Toronto Raptors (7:30 p.m.)

Favored Team and Spread: TOR -3.5

Total Points: 223.5

The Bulls are currently 2-0 this season against the Raptors as they head up to Canada to face off yet again. Zach LaVine (back) is listed as probable for this game, and they should be able to run through a middle-of-the-road Toronto team.

Despite dealing with injuries for a large portion of the season, Chicago is 10th in the NBA, averaging 111.3 points per game, while Toronto is 21st with 107.5 points.

The Bulls are a commanding 21-7 ATS in their last 28 games against the Raptors, and the over has hit more than the under for both teams this season, so go with both of those to hit. 

Miami Heat @ San Antonio Spurs (8:30 p.m.)

Favored Team and Spread: MIA -4

Total Points: 220.5

The Heat are playing very well this season and head to San Antonio to face the Spurs, who are struggling as they are 1-3 in their last four games.

There are a few key injuries to be aware of as small forward PJ Tucker (knee), power forward Jimmy Butler (toe), point guard Kyle Lowry (personal), and point guard Dejounte Murray (wrist) are all questionable for this game. Miami should be able to control this game on the road and defeat the Spurs by more than four points.

Also, the Heat are sixth in the NBA, giving up 105 points per game, while the Raptors are ninth, allowing 106.5 points per game, so go with the under as both defenses are playing well thus far. 

Sacramento Kings @ Golden State Warriors (10 p.m.)

Favored Team and Spread: GS -13.5

Total Points: 223.5

The Sacramento Kings will travel to the Chase Center to take on the Golden State Warriors.

These Warriors scraped by the San Antonio Spurs last game and are dealing with some injuries as point guard Stephen Curry (toe), small forward Andrew Wiggins (knee), power forward Draymond Green (calf), shooting guard Andre Igoudala (hip), small forward Otto Porter Jr (foot), and center James Wiseman (knee) are all listed on the injury report. Go with the Sacramento Kings, as they are coming off a huge fourth-quarter performance last night and should carry momentum against a large spread.

Go with the under as the Warriors are tied for first in points per game allowed at 102.5, so this should be a lower scoring game.  

Los Angeles Lakers @ Los Angeles Clippers (10 p.m., TNT)

Favored Team and Spread: LAC -3.5

Total Points: 219.5

The battle of the Los Angeles teams continues tonight without Paul George (elbow), Kawhi Leonard (knee), or LeBron James (knee), so it is up to point guard Russell Westbrook and power forward Anthony Davis to provide the star power.

Westbrook has been struggling a bit lately as he is averaging just 18.9 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 6.2 assists in his last ten games, which aren’t Westbrook-esque numbers.

The Clippers have covered the spread in each of the previous five games, so go with them to cover the spread and the under to hit here.

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