7:30pm - Toronto -2 at Detroit O/U 201.5
The Raptors have now won 3 of 4 after a rough stretch post all-star break. They may get Lowry back for this one, he's questionable. The Pistons have also won 3 of 4 after a 10 game losing streak all but knocked them from playoff contention. Detroit isn't giving up, though, and Reggie Jackson is playing well for them at PG.
Detroit 98 Toronto 97
8pm - Miami -1 at Milwaukee O/U 194
The Heat lost at OKC on Sunday to snap a 3 game winning streak. The Bucks come in as losers of 6 straight. Milwaukee has won all 3 meeting this season and coach Jason Kidd is 7-0 all time vs. Miami. I like that trend.
Milwaukee 97 Miami 95
8pm - L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City -10.5 O/U 209
The Lakers beat the Sixers on Sunday to halt a 4 game slide. The Thunder have won 3 in a row and 5 of 6 behind Westbrook's amazing play. L.A. has lost both meetings, both at home, but by just 1 point and 7 points. I'll say they keep this one close, too.
Oklahoma City 105 L.A. Lakers 100
8pm - San Antonio -2.5 at Dallas O/U 205.5
The Spurs have won 3 straight after losing to the lowly Knicks on St. Patrick's Day. The Mavs have dropped 2 straight. This is a key game for playoff seeding and the likely return of Ginobli tonight for San Antonio should be enough to propel them to victory.
San Antonio 101 Dallas 95
10pm - Philadelphia at Sacramento -8 O/U 206
The Sixers lost to the Lakers on Sunday to begin their west coast trip after winning 2 straight at home. The Kings have won 2 in a row after losing 4 straight. Philly has lost 15 straight on the road so I won't be backing them against Gay, Cousins and company at home.
Sacramento 103 Philadelphia 91
10:30pm - Golden State -7 at Portland O/U 205
The Warriors blew out the Wizards last night for their 6th straight win. The Blazers have lost 4 straight and will be without Aldridge. Not a good looking scenario for the home standing Blazers.
Golden State 105 Portland 95