There are 8 games on tonight’s slate and plenty of opportunities to find profitable bets.
Damian Lillard and Luka Doncic will face off tonight with The Trailblazers visiting The Mavericks. This should be a great game to watch!
The Philadelphia 76ers will also be hosting The Atlanta Hawks, this game should be one of the closer matchups tonight with two really strong teams.
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Spencer Dinwiddie (DAL) Over 4.5 Assists
This season, Spencer Dinwiddie is averaging 4.5 assists per game. However, in the last five game he has had 5+ assists and in the last 10 games he has had 5+ assists in eight of those game.
Though his season average doesn’t reflect it just yet, he is passing the ball much more.
Dinwiddie’s career average is much closer to 5 assists per game and I anticipate he will continue that this season.
Zion Williamson (NOP) Under 7.5 Rebounds
Zion Williamson is averaging under 7 rebounds per game this season. In his first two seasons he averaged about 6/5 rebounds per game.
This season he has also had two high-rebounds games that skew his season average, 9 rebounds against The Brooklyn Nets in their season opener and 12 rebounds against The Los Angeles Clippers.
Removing these games, his season average is about 5.6 rebounds per game.