NBA Week 4 Betting Picks & Predictions for this Week's Top Matches

NBA Week 4 Betting Picks & Predictions for this Week’s Top Matches

Written by on November 7, 2022

Tuesday is Election Day in the United States, which is why the National Basketball Association won’t play games on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the action picks back up when the Clippers host the Lakers. Then on Thursday, the Sixers head to the ATL to take on the Hawks. Saturday’s top matchups shows the Blazers on the road against Dallas. See below for analysis and free picks for six of this week’s top NBA games so you can make your bets against their NBA Lines.

NBA Week 4 Rundown: Top Betting Matchups and Picks for the Week

2022 NBA Week 4

  • When: Monday, Nov. 7 – Sunday, Nov. 13

Los Angeles Lakers at Los Angeles Clippers | Wednesday, Nov. 9

By no means are the Clippers tearing it up. LAC has gone 5-5 this season, which is to be expected because, again, Kawhi Leonard is out indefinitely due to a bum knee.

With Kawhi once again collecting paychecks on the bench, the Clippers have struggled against good shooting teams. Luckily for them, the 2-7 Lakers are one of the worst shooting teams in NBA history. 

NBA Week 4 Pick: Los Angeles Clippers 

Philadelphia 76ers at Atlanta Hawks | Thursday, Nov. 10

Because they’ve got a 4-6 record, the Sixers project as slight dogs heading into this game. Atlanta is 6-3 heading into the week, which puts the Hawks 3 games behind 9-0 Milwaukee. 

ATL center Clint Capela is one of the few who can play excellent defense on Joel Embiid. So although Trae Young is listed as day-to-day, the Hawks are worth a look. 

NBA Week 4 Pick: Atlanta Hawks

Denver Nuggets at Boston Celtics | Friday, Nov. 11

The Nuggets are one-hundred percent healthy, which is the reason Nikola Jokic, Aaron Gordon, Jamal Murray and the rest sport a fantastic 6-3 record heading into the week.

Boston is also 6-3. The Celtics can hang with Denver. But the Nuggets’ athleticism could lead to the road upset victory. 

NBA Week 4 Pick: Denver Nuggets  

Minnesota Timberwolves at Memphis Grizzlies | Friday, Nov. 11

Two of he top up and coming teams in the Association throw down when the Grizzlies host the T’Wolves. Minnesota has yet to gel. How else to explain a team with a frontcourt that includes Karl-Anthony Towns and Anthony Edwards playing .500 ball?

Minnesota lists center Rudy Gobert as out. Gobert is out for Monday’s game due to the NBA’s covid protocols. 

Memphis is 7-3 and one-hundred percent healthy. No doubt, Ja Morant and his mates win and cover. 

NBA Week 4 Pick: Memphis Grizzlies

Portland Trail Blazers at Dallas Mavericks | Saturday, Nov. 12

If the season started today, both these squads would be in the playoffs. Portland has one more win than Dallas at 6-3.

The Mavericks are 5-3. Portland’s success this season is due to not only Damian Lillard but also center Jusuf Nurkic, who averages over 14 points and over 11 boards per. 

Dallas is a tough matchup because Luka Doncic is playing point guard. The Blazers struggled against Chris Paul and Devin Booker in a recent loss to the Suns. Doncic and backcourt mate Spencer Dinwiddie could cause Portland issues. 

NBA Week 4 Pick: Dallas Mavericks  

Golden State Warriors at Sacramento Kings | Sunday, Nov. 13

Heading into the week, the Kings have a better record than the Warriors by a game. Neither team is playing great hoops.

But Sacramento is one-hundred percent healthy. Both Andrew Wiggins and Steph Curry are listed as day-to-day. If neither or even one of those star players sits on the bench, De’Aron Fox will have a field day driving into the lane and then dishing for a midrange jump shot or three-point shot. Kings win and cover.  

NBA Week 4 Pick: Sacramento Kings  

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