Are the revamped LA Clippers set to make a serious run to reach the NBA Finals after coming up well short of their championship hopes a year ago? Are the similarly reshaped Atlanta Hawks a threat to claim the Eastern Conference crown?
Can the Miami Heat snap out of their recent funk? Last, but not least, will Luka Doncic or Russell Westbrook record a triple-double to finish off the week when they square off in the nation’s capital on Saturday night?
With spring in the air and Week 15 of the 2020-21 NBA regular season on tap, it’s time to check out the ‘must-bet’ games on this week’s docket so you can keep making your bets against their NBA odds.
NBA 2021 Week 15 Games to Must Bet On
Milwaukee at LA Clippers at 10:00 p.m. ET
- When: Monday, March 29
The Bucks (29-16) hit the new week looking to snap a modest two-game skid against a Clippers team that has won five straight. Milwaukee has won a blistering 13 of 16, but is just 1-5 ATS over its last six games. LA (31-16) has covered the chalk in five straight while going 17-3 SU in its last 20 home dates against the Bucks.
Atlanta at Phoenix at 10:00 p.m. ET
- When: Tuesday, March 30
Atlanta (23-23) is in sixth place in the Eastern Conference standings while Phoenix (31-14) is in second place out west. The Hawks have won seven of 10, but enters the new week looking to bounce back from a humbling 126-102 loss against Denver the last time out. Phoenix has also gone 7-3 SU over its last 10, but enters the new week riding a two-game winning streak. Atlanta is 6-3 ATS over its last nine games. Phoenix has gone a bankroll-boosting 13-5 ATS over its last 18 games. The Suns are 10-4 SU in its last 14 games against teams from the Eastern Conference.
Miami at Indiana at 7:00 p.m. ET
- When: Wednesday, March 31
Miami (22-24) is reeling coming into the new week. The Heat have dropped six straight to fall to eighth place in the east. Indiana (21-23) has won two straight to improve to 5-5 over its last 10 games. The Pacers are tied with Miami, 10 games back of conference-leading Philadelphia. Indy won two straight against Miami last week while covering the spread in each contest. Revenge will be the name of this game.
Denver at LA Clippers at 10:00 p.m. ET
- When: Thursday, April 1
- TV: TNT
Denver (28-18) is in fifth place in the Western Conference standings. The Nuggets have gone 7-3 SU over its last 10 games and rides a two-game winning streak into the new week. The Clippers (31-16) are in third place out west and looking to stay hot after winning five straight. Denver has gone 3-1 ATS over its last four games and 13-11 ATS on the road. The Clippers are 13-9 ATS at home this season. LA cruised to an emphatic 121-108 road win on Dec. 5 the last time these two met.
Chicago at Utah at 9:00 p.m. ET
- When: Friday, April 2
Chicago (19-25) is in 10th place in the Eastern Conference standings, but added all-star center Nikola Vucevic before the trade deadline to pair with Zach LaVine. Utah (34-11) sits atop the west standings. The Jazz have found their mojo once against after some post all-star break struggles. Utah has won five straight coming into the new week. The Bulls have gone a stellar 14-5 ATS on the road, but Utah is an even more impressive 16-4-1 ATS at home.
Dallas at Washington at 7:00 p.m. ET
- When: Saturday, April 3
Dallas (23-21) is in eighth place in the Western Conference. The Mavericks have gone a modest 5-5 over their last 10 games but has dropped two straight coming into the new week. Washington (16-28) is in 13th place in the Eastern Conference standings. The Wizards have gone 2-8 over its last 10 games but enters the new week coming off a rare win. Dallas is 12-11 ATS on the road this season and Washington is a polar opposite 11-12 ATS at home.
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