NBA Betting Tips 10th November 2013

Conor Phillips

The unbeaten Indiana Pacers travel to the Barclays Center to face Brooklyn Nets tonight in what is likely to be one of the Pacers’ more difficult contests so far.

Current holders Miami Heat host Boston Celtics, San Antonio Spurs travel to New York Knicks, LA Clippers face Houston and Cleveland will be hoping to gain revenge on Philadelphia 76ers after their defeat on Friday night.

Indiana Pacers @ Brooklyn Nets – 12:30 am

Nets are yet to lose at home and have secured good wins over the Heat and Utah Jazz. Sporting Bet are offering the best odds of 3/4 for Jason Kidd’s team to continue their unbeaten home run, however the 6-0 Pacers look to good to bet against.

They are 13/10 with Bwin to extend their win to 7, which represents very good value considering the form they are in. For those that cannot choose between the two, another good bet is for Pacers’ is Paul George to score over 23.5 points with Paddy Power.

Another bet worth looking at is the double result bet with Nets winning the first half and Pacers winning overall. Paddy Power are offering 11/2 for that.

Boston Celtics @ Miami Heat – 12:30 am

Heat are 1/12 best price to beat the Celtics and the game may be better opposed when it comes to betting. Bwin are offering 8/1 for a Celtics victory for those who want a gamble. Any bet involving Lebron James or Dwayne Wade to score 20-25+ points is worth a punt.

San Antonio Spurs @ New York Knicks – 17:00 pm

Another game that is sure to be competitive is the Spurs visit to the Knicks. Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks claimed only their second win of the season over the Bobcats on Friday night, whilst the Spurs continue to perform well.

They are currently 5-1 this season and the 4/6 best price offered by Bwin is tempting odds for a multiple bet. Bwin go 5/4 for a Knicks victory and it seems fair as the Knicks can never be ruled out at home, however the Spurs seem the more obvious bet here.

LA Clippers @ Houston Rockets – 01:00 am

The Clippers and the Rockets meet for the second time already this season and the 5/4 odds that Bwin are offering for the travelling side is very tempting. Both sides have started well, making it very hard to choose a winner here.

Philadelphia 76ers @ Cleveland Cavaliers – 12:30 am

The 76ers beat Cleveland comfortably on Friday and will hope to do so again on Saturday night. They are currently 31/10 with Paddy Power which symbolises decent multiple bet value.

For me, 1/4 on the Cavaliers is far too short for a team that have had a slow start to the season and have not settled as they were expected too.

The 76ers to win by 1-10 is 7/2, whilst them to win by over 11 points is a very long 17/1 which could be worth a small bet. Kyrie Irving to score less than 20.5 points at 5/6 may also be worth a punt.

Elsewhere, Jazz are still searching for their first win as they face Toronto; Orlando travel to Atlanta, Memphis welcome Golden State, Dallas take on Milwaukee and Sacramento host Portland.


BET OF THE DAY – Treble – San Antonio Spurs, Philadelphia 76ers and Portland Trail Blazers to win – 13/1 with most firms.

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