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NBA Free Picks December 5th 2019

NBA Free Picks December 5th 2019

We had a really good night last night. We hit the head on the nail with the Magic, Pacers and Lakers which lines were all pretty much even.

NBA Free Picks For December 5, 2019

We only have 4 games on tonight, hopefully we can make some money.

Philadelphia 76ers

-290

Philadelphia 76ers

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Washington Wizards

7:00 PM ET

Washington Wizards

+240

Phoneix Suns Game Analysis Orlando Magic
116 Projected Score 113
15-6 Moneyline Record 6-13
8-13 Over/Under Record 11-7
4.9 Point Differential -4

Analysis: 

The Philadelphia 76ers are out and about for a matchup with the Washington Wizards. The 76ers are (15-6), falling off a 103-94 win over the Utah Jazz. The Wizards are (6-13), in the wake of falling 127-120 to the Orlando Magic.

During the 76ers win over the Jazz, Philadelphia was driven all through the game by Ben Simmons. Simmons scored 14 points, enrolling 8 bounce back, while dispensing 9 helps. The 76ers shot 41% from the floor and half from separation. Philadelphia got overwhelmed in the paint, being out scored 60 to 36 in the game. The 76ers drove by upwards of 26 points on the way to the triumph.

In the Wizards misfortune to the Magic, Washington was guided by Bradley Beal. Beal did his part in attempting to lead the Wizards to a success, scoring 42 points, pulling down 6 bounce back, and passing out 4 partners. The Wizards shot 51% from the floor and 34% from 3-point extend. The Wizards were out bounced back, 48 to 38. Washington had a help to turnover proportion in the round of, 22 to 10 in the misfortune.

PICK: Phildelphia 76ers -6(-120)

Final Thoughts: The way I seen washington get beat by the Magic the other night, I think the 76ers will be way too much for them.

Houston Rockets

+110

Houston Rockets

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Toronto Raptors

7:30 PM ET

Toronto Raptors

-130

Houston Rockets Game Analysis Toronto Raptors
108 Projected Score 116
13-7 Moneyline Record 15-5
9-11 Over/Under Record 12-8
5.4 Point Differential 8.1

Analysis: 

The Houston Rockets are out and about for a fight with the Toronto Raptors. The Rockets are (13-7), falling off a 135-133 twofold OT misfortune to the San Antonio Spurs. The Raptors are (15-5), subsequent to falling in OT to the Miami Heat, 121-110.

In the Rockets misfortune to the Spurs, Houston was driven on offense by James Harden. Solidify contributed 50 points in the game, enrolling 9 bounce back, 6 helps, and furthermore catching 4 takes on resistance. The Rockets got 38% from the floor, while shooting 29% from 3-point extend. Houston out bounced back San Antonio, 60 to 56. The Rockets remained in the game, on account of their foul shooting. The Rockets out scored the Spurs from the line, 34 to 22.

In the Raptors misfortune to the Heat, Toronto was guided all through the game by Kyle Lowry. Lowry caught a twofold in the misfortune, scoring 12 points and handing out 11 helps. The Raptors shot 38% from the floor and 26% from separation. The Raptors enabled the Heat to shoot 46% from the floor. Toronto was out scored in the additional casing, 13 to 2.

PICK:  Toronto Raptors -2 (-110)

Final Thoughts: Even though the Raptors lost to the Heat the other night, they are still 7-2 agains the spread at home. We have seen Houston have problems on the road.

Denver Nuggets

-290

Denver Nuggets

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New York Knicks

7:30 PM ET

New York Knicks

+180

Denver Nuggets Game Analysis New York Knicks
107 Projected Score 98
13-5 Moneyline Record 4-17
5-13 Over/Under Record 7-14
4.2 Point Differential -9.5

Analysis: 

Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets (13-4, first in the Northwest Division) go to Madison Square Garden on Thursday where they’ll meet the New York Knicks (4-17, fifth in the Atlantic Division). New York opens this matchup as 6 point dark horses. The over/under is set at 224.

The Nuggets spread 47.1% of the time, having gone 8-9-1 ATS. New York is covering 47.6% of the time, going 10-11-0 against the spread.

Nikola Jokic comes into this game averaging 15.4 focuses per challenge while playing 31.2 minutes of the night this year. He snatches 10.1 bounce back per challenge and appropriates 6.1 helps per game. His FG rate is 45% while his free toss rate is 78%. Jamal Murray midpoints 18.7 focuses per challenge in 33.3 minutes per game. He midpoints 4.9 helps per game and 4.6 bounce back per challenge. His field objective rate is 44% for the season while his free toss rate is 91%.

Julius Randle scores 17.3 focuses per challenge while playing 32.4 minutes per game. He pulls in 8.7 bounce back per challenge and has 3.4 helps per game on the season. His FG rate is 45% and his free toss rate is at 67%. Marcus Morris midpoints 18.7 focuses per game this year and he sees the court a normal of 33.1 minutes per game. He additionally gets 6.2 bounce back per game and has 1.3 helps per challenge. His field objective rate is 42% and his free toss rate is 84%.

Denver midpoints 106.1 focuses per challenge, which is 24th in the class. Their normal scoring edge is 4.2 and their shooting rate is 45% as a unit, which has them positioned 23rd. From 3-point an area they shoot 35%, which is useful for 24th in the NBA. They normal 46.9 sheets per challenge and 25.9 helps per game, which positions them sixth and sixth in those hostile classifications. In the turnover division they are 25th with 13.9 per game. The Nuggets permit 101.9 focuses per challenge, which is first in the NBA. They additionally give up a 43% shooting rate and a 31% normal from 3-point run, positioning them fourth and first in protective field objective rate. Adversaries normal 45.8 bounce back a game which positions fifteenth, and they permit 24.0 helps per game which places them in sixteenth spot in the association. They power 14.8 turnovers per game which positions them tenth in the NBA.

New York is 30th in the NBA with 100.9 focuses per challenge this season. They are 30th in the group in taking shots at 42%, while their normal scoring edge is – 9.52. They shoot 36% from past the circular segment, which is useful for ninth in the alliance. They are twentieth in the NBA in bouncing back with 44.6 sheets per challenge and 30th in helps per game with 19.6. The Knicks are eighteenth in turnovers per challenge with 15.1. The Knicks surrender 110.4 focuses per game, which positions them seventeenth in the group. Their barrier gives up a 46% shooting rate and a 38% normal from behind the 3-point line, positioning them eighteenth and 27th in those protective insights. They rank eleventh with 23.4 dimes permitted per game and fourteenth with 45.8 sheets gave up per challenge. The Knicks are twelfth in the group in constraining turnovers with 14.9 per challenge this year.

PICK:  Denvery Nuggets (-110)

Final Thoughts: Denver is gonna be playing hard an put a beating on the Knicks, still angry about the loss at home to the lakers the other night.

Phoenix Suns

+130

Phoenix Suns

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New Orelans Pelicans

8:00 PM ET

New Orleans Pelicans

-150

Analysis: 

Jrue Holiday and the New Orleans Pelicans (6-14, fifth in the Southwest Division) play the Phoenix Suns (9-10, third in the Pacific Division) at Smoothie King Center on Thursday, December 5, 2019. Phoenix opens this game as 2 point dark horses. The O/U opens at 232.5.

The Suns are covering 57.9% of the time, having gone 11-8-0 ATS. New Orleans is covering 42.9% of the time, going 9-12-0 against the spread.

Kelly Oubre midpoints 17.8 focuses per challenge in 31.4 minutes per game this year. He midpoints 1.6 helps per game and 5.8 bounce back per challenge. His field objective rate is 46% for the season while his free toss rate is 80%. Devin Booker comes into this game averaging 24.4 focuses per challenge while playing 35.6 minutes out of every night. He snatches 3.7 bounce back per challenge and conveys 6.2 helps per game. His FG rate is 51% while his free toss rate is 95%.

Brandon Ingram midpoints 25.4 focuses per game and he sees the court a normal of 34.2 minutes per game. He additionally pulls in 7.2 bounce back per game and dishes 4.1 helps per challenge. His field objective rate is 49% and his free toss rate is 83%. Jrue Holiday scores 19.3 focuses per challenge while playing 36.2 minutes per game. He pulls in 4.9 bounce back per challenge and has 6.9 helps per game on the season. His FG rate is 44% and his free toss rate is at 74%.

The Suns permit 112.5 focuses per challenge which is eighteenth in the NBA. They additionally give up a 47% shooting rate and a 36% normal from 3-point extend, positioning them 21st and eighteenth in protective field objective rate. Rivals normal 45.7 bounce back a game which positions thirteenth, and they permit 24.6 helps per game which places them in twentieth spot in the group. They power 16.8 turnovers per game which positions them 28th in the NBA. Phoenix midpoints 114.4 focuses per challenge, which is sixth in the association. Their normal scoring edge is 2.0 and their shooting rate is 46% as a unit, which has them positioned tenth. From 3-point an area they shoot 36%, which is useful for thirteenth in the NBA. They normal 42.2 sheets per challenge and 27.7 helps per game, which positions them 26th and second in those hostile classifications. In the turnover division they are 24th with 14.1 per game.

The Pelicans surrender 118.8 focuses per game, which positions them 29th in the class. Their safeguard gives up a 47% shooting rate and a 38% normal from behind the 3-point line, positioning them 26th and 26th in those cautious measurements. They rank 23rd with 25.2 dimes permitted per game and 21st with 46.2 sheets gave up per challenge. The Pelicans are 21st in the association in driving turnovers with 15.7 per challenge. New Orleans is eighth in the NBA with 113.7 focuses per challenge this season. They are fifteenth in the alliance in taking shots at 45%, while their normal scoring edge is – 5.1. They shoot 38% from past the curve, which is useful for fourth in the class. They are nineteenth in the NBA in bouncing back with 45.0 sheets per challenge and twelfth in helps per game with 24.8. The Pelicans are tenth in turnovers per challenge with 15.8.

PICK:  New Orleans Pelicans -3

Final Thoughts: I think the Pelicans and Suns are very close teams, I’m riding with the Pelicans at home. They have a night rest and the Suns are coming from Orlando in a high scoring loss.

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