Top NBA Week 6 Games to Must Watch and Bet On

Another great week of NBA action is in the books, with upsets and big baskets galore. Stephen Curry outscored the Cavs 20-9 in the fourth quarter of their battle, while the Nets were able to rally to win a thriller against the Magic with Kevin Durant not in the lineup.

So many terrific moments and so many more still to come. Let’s look at a few games to bet against the NBA odds for easy money next week.

Top Must Bet NBA Games From Nov. 22nd to 28th

Celtics over Rockets – Monday

Houston has not been too good this year, though they did give the Knicks a run for their money this past weekend. They looked good, despite playing without Kevin Porter Jr. A lot of losses will befall Houston as they go through their rebuild, mostly choosing to play the young guys ahead of the veterans.

As for Boston, they have locked into a rhythm that started with a win over the Cavs on Monday. They took down the Lakers and Thunder over their next two games, and it looks like Dennis Schroder is all the way locked in. He is looking a lot more like his OKC self, than he ever did with L.A. last year.

Jaylen Brown or not, Boston is the better team, and they will be sure to let their opponents know that for 48 minutes.

Hawks over Spurs – Wednesday

Finally, the Hawks are back to what they were last year, a team that’s red hot. It is truly unfortunate that they have lost De’Andre Hunter to yet another injury, but the team has rolled on, with Kevin Huerter playing well in his place to open games. Trae Young has been on a tear, the one we have patiently waited to see him on.

As for San Antonio, they are going through a rebuild of sorts, with a mix of veterans and young guys sharing the court together. Their future is not looking all that bright, but this being the end of the Gregg Popovich era, they will play hard for him each and every night. On the bright side, Zach Collins should be back soon.

Make sure to ride out with ATL. Easy money, baby.

Bucks over Pacers – Sunday

The Bucks record has not been great this year, but their rebound is coming. Bobby Portis has looked very good as the starting center, while Giannis Antetokounmpo is putting up wild numbers in every single contest. They have finally gotten Khris Middleton back, allowing their entire big three to play together for the first time since opening week.

As for Indiana, they have dealt with a lot of issues this year. The thought would be that with a coach like Rick Carlisle, they could build the chemistry and comradery up, and their talented team could come away with some wins. But, they sit four games below .500, and it has been relatively abysmal to watch.

This is a game that Milwaukee should win without much issue. The score is not going to be close, and the Greek Freak will abuse the bigs in the paint.

 


 

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