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NBA Weekly Betting Update – Who is Hot and Who Is Not

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Updated: .January 29, 2018

The month of January comes to a close this week ahead of next month’s annual NBA All-Star break. Heading into this week’s action, Golden State and Houston continue to set the pace in the Western Conference standings with straight-up 8-2 records in their last 10 games. Over in the Eastern Conference, Boston and Toronto remain at the top of that list, but each team has given up some ground with a SU 5-5 run over their last 10 outings.

One of the hottest betting teams in the NBA through this weekend’s games is the Oklahoma City Thunder with three-straight covers as part of their 5-1 record against the spread in their last six games. The Thunder are riding an eight-game SU winning streak into Tuesday’s road game against Washington after beating Philadelphia at home 122-112 on Sunday as three-point favorites. The total went OVER BetAnySports’ closing 214.5-point line in that game and it has gone OVER in OKC’s last five outings.

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This was just the third time in the 76ers’ last 12 games that they failed to cover to go along with a SU 9-3 run over that same span. The total has gone OVER in seven of those 12 games. Philadelphia will be back in action on Monday night in a road game against Milwaukee. The Bucks are 26-22 SU on the year facing a Sixers’ squad that has won 24 of their first 46 games SU.

If you are looking for a good team to go against right now, take a closer look at the Detroit Pistons facing Cleveland on Tuesday night in the backend of this Central Division home-and-home clash. The Cavaliers beat their rivals 121-104 on Sunday to easily cover as 7.5-point home favorites with BetAnySports. This was just the second time in the Cavaliers’ last 11 games they covered a spread, but the loss dropped the Pistons to 0-8 SU and 1-7 ATS in their last eight games.

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A team to go against in the West could be the New Orleans Pelicans after losing DeMarcus Cousins with a ruptured Achilles. Their recent four-game winning streak came to an end on Sunday with a 112-103 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers as slight two-point home favorites. The Pelicans have failed to cover in four of their last six games heading into Tuesday’s home game against Sacramento.

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