January 20, 2022

NBA Who is Hot and Who Is Not Weekly Betting Update

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The month of March is in full swing and both the Houston Rockets and the Golden State Warriors continue to separate themselves as the top two teams in the NBA. Turning to the rest of the contenders looking for a spot in the postseason, Toronto continues to set the pace in the Eastern Conference at 9-1 its last 10 games with Portland and New Orleans moving up the list in the West with straight-up 8-2 runs in each team’s last 10 contests.

The Rockets extended their current SU winning streak to 15 games with Saturday’s 123-120 victory at home against Boston, although they could not cover BetAnySports’ closing 8.5-point spread. This was just the fourth time in Houston’s last 13 games that it failed to cover against the spread. It is a NBA-best 49-13 SU (32-29-1 ATS) heading into Tuesday’s road game against Oklahoma City.

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The Warriors have kept pace in the West at 49-14 with their SU five-game winning streak as part of an 8-1 run in their last nine games. They have failed to cover in four of their last six games to fall to 28-34-1 ATS overall. Golden State has gone 5-2 ATS in its last seven games closing as a double-digit favorite heading into Tuesday night’s home game against the 20-44 Brooklyn Nets.

Portland and New Orleans have also been hot betting teams at BetAnySports dating back to mid-February. The Trail Blazers have won their last six games SU while going 5-1 ATS. The total has gone OVER in four of those six outings. They will face the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday night as slight two-point road favorites. The Pelicans return to action on Tuesday against the Los Angeles Clippers after winning their last eight games SU with a highly profitable 7-1 run ATS. The total has gone OVER in their last six outings.

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Toronto has a two-game lead over Boston at 45-17 because of its SU four-game winning streak, but the Raptors failed to cover as 8.5-point home favorites with BetAnySports in Sunday’s 103-98 victory against Charlotte. They return to action Tuesday at home against Atlanta.

Cleveland has been a good team to fade all season long at 36-26 SU with a 19-42-1 record ATS. The Cavaliers have now failed to cover in their last four games with Saturday’s 126-117 loss to Denver at home as 4.5-point favorites. They will play host to Detroit on Monday night as 6.5-point favorites.

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