NBA Betting Tips 23rd November 2013

Conor Phillips

The high-flying Indiana Pacers welcome Philadelphia 76ers to the Bankers Life Fieldhouse, whilst in-form San Antonio Spurs host Cleveland Cavaliers on what is a very busy Saturday in the NBA.

Philadelphia 76ers @ Indiana Pacers – 12:00 am

Pacers’ only defeat came at the hands of conference rivals Chicago Bulls, who currently lie 5th in the Eastern. Frank Vogel’s men are an extremely short 1/14 money line bet to beat the 76ers with most leading firms.

The visitors had a good win over Milwaukee Bucks in their last game, however Pacers’ form is too good to ignore and it looks as though it will be pretty straightforward.

Paul George to score over 23.5 points at evens with Paddy Power may well be the best bet for this one. He scored 27 against Boston on Friday night and is averaging 24.6 points per game so far this season.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ San Antonio Spurs – 1:30 am

Spurs have started superbly with 11 wins this season, losing only once. They face the Cavs, who they have not lost to since March 2010. The money line bet is worth ignoring once more, as the home side are currently 1/8.

Cavs are 15/2 to record the rare victory, however betting on Tony Parker to score over 19.5 points may be worth a punt at 5/6 with Paddy Power.

Another decent bet is Spurs to win by 1-10, which Paddy Power are offering 17/10 for.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Houston Rockets – 1:00 am

Houston Rockets face Minnesota Timberwolves in what is expected to be one of the more exciting match-ups of the night. They lie 7th and 8th in the Western and will hope to climb up to the higher end of the table.

The Timberwolves are 9/4 with William Hill to win the match, with the home side currently 4/11 with Bet365. Kevin Love is currently averaging 24.8 point per game as well as 13.5 rebounds and is in blistering form, therefore him to score over 25.5 point or 13.5 rebounds at 5/6 is a decent bet.

Dwight Howard sits top of the rebound list again this season and for him to record more than 13.5 rebounds is worth a punt at evens.

Orlando Magic @ Miami Heat – 12:30 am

Current champions Miami Heat recorded their biggest win of the season over Orlando Magic on Thursday and the two teams face off again on Saturday night at the American Airlines Arena.

The main question in this one should be as to how many points the Heat will win by. They are 1/20 to win the game, with Magic at 10/1.

A decent bet in this one is for Lebron James to score more than 26.5 points which is evens with Paddy Power, who are offering money back if James scores the last basket of the game.

At longer odds, Orlando to be leading at the half and Miami to win the game is 11/2, which probably represents best value here.

Washington Wizards welcome New York Knicks to the Verizon Center for their Eastern clash, whilst Boston take on Atlanta. Milwaukee take on Charlotte Bobcats before the two late Western clashes between Dallas and Denver, and Portland and Golden State.


BET OF THE DAY: Treble – Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Bobcats & Dallas Mavericks to win at 7/1


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