BetAnySports Weekly NBA Betting Report For Feb. 6 2019
Things are starting to heat up in the highly competitive Eastern Conference heading into Thursday’s NBA betting trade deadline. The Philadelphia 76ers slipped to fifth place in the standings with Tuesday night’s 119-107 loss to Toronto as 2.5-point home favorites. However, the big news surrounding this team was a trade with the Los Angeles Clippers for Tobias Harris. It remains to be seen what kind of impact this move will have on BetAnySports’ NBA futures odds to win this conference.
The Milwaukee Bucks continue to set the pace in the East with a NBA-best record of 39-13 straight-up. They improved to 30-19-3 against the spread after covering the closing number in their last four games. Heading into Wednesday night’s home game against Washington as 12-point favorites, the Bucks have won 10 of their last 11 games SU with a 7-3-1 NBA betting record ATS.
Win Money Using BetAnySports Weekly NBA Basketball Betting Report For Feb. 6 2019
Boston is another hot team in the East on the court with a SU 10-1 record in its last 11 games. However, betting on the Celtics at BetAnySports has been a mixed bag during this run at an even 5-5-1 ATS. The total has stayed UNDER in six of their last nine games. Boston is five games in back of Milwaukee in the conference standings at 35-19 SU and it has gone 27-26-1 ATS. The Celtics return to action on Thursday night at home against the Los Angeles Lakers.
The path to the NBA Finals in the Western Conference still goes through Golden State. The Warriors are 37-15 SU after winning 12 of their last 13 games. They did slip to 23-28-1 ATS after failing to cover in three of the last five games. Golden State will wrap up a brief three-game homestand on Wednesday night as an 11-point favorite against the San Antonio Spurs.
The biggest surprise this season has been the steady play of the Denver Nuggets. They are coming off a 129-103 road loss to Detroit on Monday as two-point favorites to fall a half-game off the pace in the West at 37-16. The Nuggets are now 8-2 SU in their last 10 games while going 6-4 ATS. The total has gone OVER in seven of the 10 NBA betting outings. Denver will be on the road against Brooklyn on Wednesday night as a 3.5-point favorite ahead of Friday night’s game in Philadelphia to close out the current four-game road trip.