NBA Betting Tips 29th November 2013

Conor Phillips

Indiana Pacers boast the best record in the NBA so far this season, winning 14 and only losing one. They host the much improved Washington Wizards, whilst the West Conference top team Spurs, host Orlando Magic.

Washington Wizards @ Indiana Pacers – 01:00 am

Pacers have won five in a row and are unbeaten at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse, so it seems impossible to back against the 2/11 favourites.

Wizards are in fine form too though and have won their last three, helped by star guard, John Wall, who has scored 30+ points in three of his last four.

The visitors are a tempting 11/2 with Bet365 to win this one, however it is best to stay away from the money line bet.

Two tempting bets for this one are for John Wall to score above 21.5 points at 5/6 and Paul George to score below 24.5, also at 5/6.

San Antonio Spurs @ Orlando Magic – 12:00 am

Magic have won their last two coming into this one, however they face San Antonio who are topping the Western Conference with a fine 13-2 record.

Most firms are as short as 1/5 for Spurs, whilst Magic are 21/5 with Sporting Bet. Again, the money line is probably best worth ignoring, however for the total score to be above 196.0 at 10/11 with William Hill is worth a punt.

Arron Afflalo to score above 21.5 points at 5/6 also represents decent value.

Miami Heat @ Toronto Raptors – 12:00 am

Champions Miami Heat travel to Toronto looking for a ninth straight victory. Raptors lie fourth, two places behind Heat and are a decent price of 5/2 to win this one.

Heat are 5/11 and are likely to make it 9 straight, therefore symoblise good value in an accumulator. For the favourites to win by 1-5, Paddy Power are offering 7/2, which is likely to be a good bet.

Paddy Power are also offering 4/5 for Rudy Gay to score above 19.5 points which is worth a small punt.

All bets for this game will be refunded with Paddy Power if LeBron James converts the last basket of the game.

Golden State Warriors @ Oklahoma City Thunder – 01:00

Oklahoma City Thunder have rekindled some nice form since the return of Russell Westbrook and are 6/17 favourites to beat Golden State Warriors in this Western Conference contest.

Warriors won last time the teams met, thanks to an Andre Iguodala buzzer beater. They have slipped in form since then though and are currently eighth, five places behind Thunder.

Sporting Bet are offering 14/5 for the visitors, which is decent value for those betting on an away victory.

Paddy Power are offering 7/2 for Thunder to win by 1-5, which could be the best bet of the game. All bets will be refunded with

Paddy Power if Kevin Durant bags the last basket.

Elsewhere; Struggling Bucks travel to Bobcats, Atlanta host in-form Dallas, Cleveland travel to Boston, Pistons welcome LA Lakers, Rockets face Brooklyn and the Pelicans take on 76ers. Denver play Knicks, Phoenix look to beat Utah and high-flying Clippers travel to Sacramento in this very busy night of NBA action.

BET OF THE DAY: Five-fold – Miami Heat, Charlotte Bobcats, Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets and LA Clippers to win.


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