Top NBA Week 16 Matches to Wager On Monday & Tuesday

Top NBA Week 16 Matches to Wager On Monday & Tuesday

We’re another week closer to the All Star Break, and the playoff races are heating up. In looking at the week’s slate of games, we’ve found three games that we think a small wager could wield you a very large return. Let’s take a look at each of those three games so you can make your bets against their NBA odds

Top Must Bet NBA Games On January 31st and February 1st

Monday, January 31 – Toronto Raptors @ Atlanta Hawks

Just when many were ready to give up on the Atlanta Hawks, they have done the same thing that they did last season, they have kicked it into gear. Winners of seven straight, the Hawks are making another run under Nate McMillan. Last season they struggled until Lloyd Pierce was fired, once McMillan was put in charge, the Hawks took off and made it all the way to the Eastern Conference finals.

The Hawks will be hosting the Toronto Raptors. The Raptors are coming off of a hard-fought overtime victory over the Miami Heat on Saturday night. The Raptors started the season off slowly, but have made a resurgence now that all of their players are back healthy. Fred VanVleet has taken the team over after Kyle Lowry left for the Heat. Pascal Siakamhas has finally gotten healthy, and he’s looking like he did a couple of seasons ago. 

We’ll see if the Raptors are fully recovered from Saturday night’s game. Trae Young and company have played well as of late, and we like them in this one. 

Monday, January 31 – New Orleans Pelicans @ Cleveland Cavaliers

The Eastern Conference seems to have a lot of teams that have turned things up recently. One of those teams is the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs have played well all season, but they’ve been even better over the last few weeks. Coming into this one, they’ve gone 7-3 in their last 10, and have won three straight. Evan Mobley, Darius Garland, and Jarrett Allen have led the Cavs this season. They’re a team that nobody is going to want to see come playoff time.

The New Orleans Pelicans are having a season to forget. Zion Williamson has yet to make an appearance this season, as his ailing foot has yet to heal. The Pelicans have lost their last three games, and six of their last 10. They’re one of the worst road teams in the league with a record of 7-18 away from home. Things haven’t gone well for the Pelicans all season long, and we don’t expect things to get any better when they head to Cleveland on Monday night.

Tuesday, February 1 – Washington Wizards @ Milwaukee Bucks

While the Milwaukee Bucks have been inconsistent all season, the Washington Wizards have hit a rough patch recently. They’ve lost five straight games, and they even blew a 35-point lead and lost to the Los Angeles Clippers last week. Could we see a Bradley Beal deal in the next couple of weeks?

Even though the Bucks haven’t been able to put a hot streak together, they’re still very good at home. With an 18-8 record at home, the Bucks will be hard for the Wizards to stop on Tuesday night. 

 
 

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