3/23 – NBA Action


7pm - Houston at Indiana -1  O/U 202

The Rockets lost to Phoenix on Saturday after winning 3 in a row.  The Pacers are battling for a playoff spot but their current 5 game slide isn't helping.  It's possible Paul George plays tonight to give the team a much needed lift.  I don't think he will, though, and I'll go with Harden and company to return to the win column. *Paul George - OUT*

Houston 101  Indiana 98

7:30pm - Boston at Brooklyn -5  O/U 203

The Celtics have dropped 3 in a row in their quest for a playoff spot.  The Nets have won 2 straight and 4 of 5 in going for that same post-season berth. Brooklyn is not a good home team, but without Isaiah Thomas' spark  (back injury) I find it hard to back the C's.

Brooklyn 98  Boston 89

7:30pm - Memphis -13 at New York  O/U 183.5

The Grizzlies have won 2 in a row and 4 of 5 as they pursue the West's #2 playoff seed.  The Knicks pursue the league's worst record and will likely do so tonight without G Alexey Shved (back contusion) which increases their chances of losing big.

Memphis 103  New York 85

8pm - Charlotte at Chicago -7  O/U 191.5

The Hornets beat the Timberwolves yesterday to move to 1-3 on their current roadie.  The Bulls lost a Detroit on Saturday to halt a 2 game winning streak.  Butler is expected to return for Chicago tonight and that should be enough for a win, but probably not a cover against the playoff hungry Hornets.

Chicago 97  Charlotte 92

9pm - Minnesota at Utah -10.5  O/U 185.5

The Timberwolves have lost 7 of 8 and are battling with a plethora of injuries and will likely dress just 8 players.  The Jazz have dropped 2 of 3 and may be without Hayward due to a shoulder injury.  Utah has enough even without him to win easily at home here.

Utah 103  Minnesota 85

10:30pm - Washington at Golden State -11  O/U 204

The Wizards will try to even up their record on this roadie as they are 1-2 coming in.  The Warriors will still be without Klay Thompson, but that hasn't slowed them down as they have won 5 straight.  I like Washington to battle hard after getting blown out by Sacramento yesterday.

Golden State 106  Washington 98

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