Which games should bettors target on Monday’s NBA blocking vehicle? Joe Dellera of Action Network is here to make his recommendations.
The first contest Dellera entered was the Bulls’ visit to Miami to play the Heat, the three-point favorites at home.
As for Dellera, he believes Miami is flying under the radar and is a leading Eastern Conference contender and has the edge in tonight’s game.
“Miami is in the top 10 for both adjusted offensive and defensive ratings,” says Dellera. “But the Bulls are only 24th in the adjusted defensive rating.”
With that in mind, Dellera is happy to have a point with the home team.
The next game Dellera likes on the board tonight is the Timberwolves on the field of the Cavaliers, who will be without both Darius Garland and Caris LeVert.
Without those defenders, Dellera doesn’t believe in a Cleveland offense that ranks 21st in the adjusted offensive reality rating. Meanwhile, when Minnesota was healthy, their attack played very well.
“As long as D’Angelo Russell, Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns are on the floor, the T-Wolves are scoring 118.2 points out of 100 possessions,” Dellera said.
Because Dellera doesn’t believe the Cavs attack can keep up, he says to keep up with the visitors.
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Dellera’s last bet of the night was on a support: Dejounte Murray with over 17.5 rebounds and assists.
“[Murray] surpassed this number in seven of his last 10 games and [blew] this number with 21 games against the Grizzlies on January 26,” said Dellera.
Because Dellera expects this match to be fast-paced – both teams rank in the top 10 for speed – he believes there will be plenty of opportunities for Murray to surpass this number.
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