2019 BIG3 Basketball Week 8 Odds, Preview & Picks

2019 BIG3 Basketball Week 8 Odds, Preview & Picks

Written by on August 8, 2019

BIG3 Basketball has schedule only 3 matches for its penultimate week in the regular season. Enemies battles 3 Headed Monsters, Tri-State takes on Power, and Ghost Ballers throws down against Trilogy. Check out the Big 3 Basketball Week 8 odds, analysis and free picks for all 3 matchups!

2019 BIG3 Basketball Week 8 Odds, Preview & Picks

Saturday, August 10

Enemies vs 3 Headed Monsters

  • 2019 Big3 Basketball Week 8 Odds: TBA

Agent Zero himself, Gilbert Arenas, shoots threes and dunks for Enemies. In the Enemies’ 50-41 loss to Power in Week 7, Arenas was truly Agent Zero with goose eggs across the board. One player that did step it up was Perry Jones, who had 20 points and 9 boards.

The 6’ 11” Jones will be counted on to handle 3 Headed Monsters’ Reggie Evans. Although only 6’ 8”, Evans has excelled as both a rebounder and scorer in the 3-on-3 league. He dropped 16 points and grabbed 16 boards in the 3 Headed Monsters 46-51 loss to Tri-State in Week 5.

Evans underperformed in Week 7. He should bounce back here to lead 3 Headed Monsters to the victory.

Big3 Basketball Pick: 3 Headed Monsters

Tri-State vs Power

  • 2019 Big3 Basketball Week 8 Odds: TBA

Power is one of the top teams in Big 3 Basketball. The Corey Maggette led, Nancy Lieberman coached squad, is 5-1 straight up. Versus Enemies in Week 7, Maggette and Quentin Richardson helped Power jump to a 26-19 first half. They cruised in the second half on their way to the 50-41 win.

Tri-State will enter this matchup after a surprising Week 7 loss to Ghost Ballers. Tri-State has had issues all season long. They’re only 2-4 straight up. Power could beat Tri-State by at least 10 points on Saturday.

Big3 Basketball Pick: Power

Ghost Ballers vs Trilogy

  • 2019 Big3 Basketball Week 8 Odds: TBA

Ghost Ballers hopes the momentum they gained by beating Tri-State in Week 7 continues to Week 8. The Ballers were only up by a point, 25-24, after the first half in the win over Tri-State. They played excellent defense in the second half when holding their opponent to only 14 points.

It’s doubtful they have the same success against 4-2 Trilogy. Down 25-13 after the fist half, Trilogy dominated the Ball Hogs in the second half. David Hawkins, 19 points, and Samardo Samuels, 17 points, helped Trilogy drop 38 onto Ball Hogs in the second stanza. The Hogs were only good for 18.

Ghost Ballers will find it difficult to stop Hawkins, Samuels, and James White. Those three players should lead Trilogy to an easy score.

Big3 Basketball Pick: Trilogy

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