Nov8 NBA free tips
A rough start this season , but the best is yet to come .
Today we have another teaser for you , this time a short one , 2 games @ 1,90.
Miami’s 99-83 win over the Spurs on Friday was its first in San Antonio since 1996.
New Orleans lost 92-89 to Charlotte. In the second quarter, the Hornets (3-2) missed 14 of 17 shots – including all five 3-point attempts – and were outscored 21-7.
James Posey was 2-of-4 from 3-point range and scored 11 off the bench, while Peja Stojakovic had 20 on 6-of-12 shooting from beyond the arc. His final 3-pointer pulled New Orleans within 90-89 with 14 seconds left.
Paul finished with 20 points, 10 assists and six steals, but missed a potential game-tying 3-pointer as time expired.
New Orleans swept the two-game season series against Miami in 2007-08, winning by an average of 27.5 points. Paul had 16 points and 16 assists on Jan. 11, as the Hornets defeated the Heat 114-88 in New Orleans.
In the other game , the mighty Suns will face the weaker Bucks ( without M Redd ) .Redd missed his second straight game with a sprained right ankle as Milwaukee (3-3) lost 101-89 at Boston on Friday. He was replaced in the lineup by Charlie Bell, who scored five points in his second start of the season. Redd is listed as day-to-day.
The Bucks have lost four straight meetings with the Suns, who have made 11 3-pointers in every game in that stretch.
So today s free NBA tips :
MIA Heat @ NO Hornets NO Hornets -7.0
PHX Suns @ MIL Bucks PHX Suns -1.5
Teaser @ 1,90 played at BET365
NBA Tip of the day : Portland vs. Minnesota
The Trail Blazers look for a fifth consecutive victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday night at the Rose Garden. Portland looks to further add to its momentum heading into that trip as it tries for a sixth consecutive home victory over Minnesota (1-4), which has lost four in a row overall.
Roy is averaging 24.0 points on 50 percent (43-for-86) shooting in his last five games versus Minnesota.
The Blazers are a hell of a team at home. Forget B.Roy and Aldridge, tomorrow watch for Rudy Fernandez and Travis Outlaw to continue to dominate the offensive end for POR. Minny will be tired off a back to back and a flight from Cali to Portland Oregon. I don’t see the Tims staying close in this game, should be a doublt digit victory for the blazers as the young timbercubs suffer yet another loss.