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This is the place to be to get your NBA bets lined up for today’s slate as Joe Osborne and Andrew Avery have a few wagers set to go!

Let’s start with the Charlotte Hornets on the road to face the lowly Houston Rockets. Houston snapped its 20-game losing streak with a win over the Toronto Raptors on Monday and now has a chance to win back-to-back games for the first time since rattling off six straight at the end of January. Of course, Charlotte will be without rookie sensation LaMelo Ball, who underwent successful wrist surgery on Tuesday. Joe is looking at one of his patented first-quarter bets on this game.

The Phoenix Suns have been one of the bright spots in the league this season as Chris Paul has undoubtedly made an impression on this young squad. The Suns find themselves in the second spot in the Western Conference, two games out of first, and are on the road to face the Orlando Magic.

With the Atlanta Hawks continuing a West Coast road swing at the Sacramento Kings tonight, both Joe and Andrew size up some player props. The Kings have had trouble playing defense this season and Joe has identified a bigger weakness that Kings defense has, supporting his bet on Clint Capela. The former first-round pick has been a force on the boards this season, averaging 14.2 a game. His athleticism could pose a problem for the Kings as well.

Lastly, Ninja is looking at Trae Young’s point total. The offensive star for the Hawks is averaging 25.7 points per game on the season and this Kings team can be generous to opposing players. Young has been streaky from beyond the arc in March, going 0-for-7 vs the Lakers this week, but he’s also gone 4-for-7 and 5-for-10 in other games this month.

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Joe Osborne

Driven by instincts and analytics, Joe puts more trust in numbers than the athletes producing those numbers. 

Andrew Avery
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Andrew has years of experience in the industry covering sports betting and has been a sports fan as long as he can remember.