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NBA Free Picks February 24th 2020

NBA Free Picks February 24th 2020

NBA Free Picks For February 24, 2020

We have a decent amount of games on tonight, lets take a look at our NBA Free Picks.

Milwaukee Bucks

Milwaukee Bucks

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Washington Wizards

7:00 PM ET

Washington Wizards

Analysis: 

Bradley Beal and the Washington Wizards (20-34, third in the Southeast Division) play the Milwaukee Bucks (48-8, first in the Central Division) at Capital One Arena on Monday, February 24, 2020. The spread on this challenge has Milwaukee as 12 point top picks. The over/under opens at 242.

Milwaukee covers 58.9% of the time, having gone 33-23-0 ATS. Washington is covering 50.9% of the time, going 27-26-1 against the spread.

Khris Middleton midpoints 20.7 focuses per game in 29.7 minutes per challenge. He midpoints 4.2 helps per challenge and 6.2 bounce back per game. His field objective rate is 51% for the year while his free toss rate is 91%. Giannis Antetokounmpo comes into this challenge averaging 30.0 focuses per game while playing 30.9 minutes out of each night. He pulls down 13.6 bounce back per game and dishes out 5.8 helps per game too. His field objective rate is 55% while his free toss rate is at 62%.

Ish Smith midpoints 10.7 focuses per game and he sees the court a normal of 26.5 minutes per challenge. He additionally midpoints 3.2 bounce back per challenge and 4.7 helps per game. His field objective rate is 45% and his free toss rate is 67%. Bradley Beal midpoints 29.1 focuses per game while playing 35.5 minutes per challenge. He gets 4.4 bounce back per game and has 6.1 helps per challenge on the year. His field objective rate is 45% and his free toss rate is at 84%.

The Bucks permit 107.3 focuses per game to their adversaries which positions them seventh in the group. They additionally permit a 41% shooting rate and a 36% normal from behind the curve, positioning them first and nineteenth in those guarded classifications. Adversaries normal 45.9 bounce back a game which positions nineteenth, and they surrender 23.9 helps per challenge which places them in eleventh spot in the alliance. They power 14.3 turnovers per game which positions them eleventh in the group. Milwaukee midpoints 119.7 focuses per challenge this season, which positions them first in the NBA. Their normal scoring edge is 12.4 and their shooting rate is 48% as a group, which has them positioned second. Behind the curve they shoot 36% which is useful for fifteenth in the class. They normal 51.9 bounce back per game and 26.2 helps per challenge, which positions them first and sixth in those hostile classifications. In the turnover division they rank sixteenth with 14.6 per game.

PICK: Milwaukee Bucks -11.5 (-110)

Atlanta Hawks

Atlanta Hawks

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Philadelphia 76ers

7:00 PM ET

Philadelphia 76ers

Analysis: 

The Atlanta Hawks and Philadelphia 76ers meet Monday in NBA activity at the Wells Fargo Center.

The Atlanta Hawks search for a success in the wake of parting their last 12 games. The Atlanta Hawks are averaging 110.5 focuses on 44.8 percent shooting and permitting 118.8 focuses on 47.5 percent shooting. Trae Young is averaging 30.1 focuses and 9.2 helps while John Collins is averaging 20.4 focuses and 10.1 bounce back. Kevin Huerter is the third twofold digit scorer and De’Andre Hunter is getting four bounce back. The Atlanta Hawks are shooting 32.9 percent from past the circular segment and 78.7 percent from the free toss line. The Atlanta Hawks are permitting 35.7 percent shooting from profound and are getting 43 bounce back per game. The Atlanta Hawks have lost six of their last seven street games.

The Philadelphia 76ers search for a success in the wake of parting their last 12 games. The Philadelphia 76ers are averaging 108.5 focuses on 46.3 percent shooting and permitting 106.4 focuses on 45.5 percent shooting. Joel Embiid is averaging 23.3 focuses and 12 bounce back while Tobias Harris is averaging 19.1 focuses and 6.8 bounce back. Ben Simmons is the third twofold digit scorer and Josh Richardson is dishing 3.2 helps. The Philadelphia 76ers are shooting 35.2 percent from past the circular segment and 74.7 percent from the free toss line. The Philadelphia 76ers are permitting 35.2 percent shooting from profound and are snatching 45.9 bounce back per game. The Philadelphia 76ers haven’t lost a home game since December 20

PICK: TBD (-110)

Miami Heat

Miami Heat

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Cleveland Cavs

7:00 PM ET

Cleveland Cavs

Analysis: 

The Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers meet Monday in NBA activity at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.

The Miami Heat need a success in the wake of losing five of their last seven games. The Miami Heat are averaging 112.1 focuses on 46.9 percent shooting and permitting 108.7 focuses on 44.6 percent shooting. Jimmy Butler is averaging 20.6 focuses and 6.9 bounce back while Jae Crowder is averaging 17 focuses and 1.3 helps. Goran Dragic is the third twofold digit scorer and Bam Adebayo is snatching 10.6 bounce back. The Miami Heat are shooting 37.8 percent from past the circular segment and 78 percent from the free toss line. The Miami Heat are permitting 33.9 percent shooting from profound and are getting 44.8 bounce back per game. The Miami Heat have lost five of their last six street games.

The Cleveland Cavaliers need a success in the wake of losing 10 of their last 13 games. The Cleveland Cavaliers are averaging 106.2 focuses on 45.5 percent shooting and permitting 115 focuses on 49.1 percent shooting. Colin Sexton is averaging 19.9 focuses and 2.7 helps while Kevin Love is averaging 17.5 focuses and 9.6 bounce back. Andre Drummond is the third twofold digit scorer and Darius Garland is snatching 1.9 bounce back. The Cleveland Cavaliers are shooting 34.9 percent from past the circular segment and 76.2 percent from the free toss line. The Cleveland Cavaliers are permitting 37.3 percent shooting from profound and are getting 44.4 bounce back per game. The Cleveland Cavaliers have lost 10 of their last 11 home games.

PICK: TBD (-110)

Orlando Magic

Orlando Magic

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Brooklyn Nets

7:30 PM ET

Brooklyn Nets

Analysis: 

The Orlando Magic and Brooklyn Nets meet Monday in NBA activity at the Barclays Center.

The Orlando Magic need a success in the wake of losing nine of their last 12 games. The Orlando Magic are averaging 104 focuses on 43.3 percent shooting and permitting 105.7 focuses on 45.9 percent shooting. Nikola Vucevic is averaging 19.1 focuses and 10.8 bounce back while Evan Fournier is averaging 18.8 focuses and 2.7 bounce back. Aaron Gordon is the third twofold digit scorer and Terrence Ross is snatching 3.1 bounce back. The Orlando Magic are shooting 33.4 percent from past the curve and 76.5 percent from the free toss line. The Orlando Magic are permitting 36.6 percent shooting from profound and are getting 44.6 bounce back per game. The Orlando Magic have lost three of their last four street games.

The Brooklyn Nets hope to remain hot in the wake of winning eight of their last 12 games. The Brooklyn Nets are averaging 110.5 focuses on 44.4 percent shooting and permitting 110.6 focuses on 44 percent shooting. Spencer Dinwiddie is averaging 21 focuses and 6.6 helps while Caris LeVert is averaging 15.6 focuses and 3.7 bounce back. Joe Harris is the third twofold digit scorer and Taurean Prince is getting 6.1 bounce back. The Brooklyn Nets are shooting 34.1 percent from past the circular segment and 74.3 percent from the free toss line. The Brooklyn Nets are permitting 34.4 percent shooting from profound and are snatching 48.4 bounce back per game. The Brooklyn Nets have won five straight home games.

PICK: Brooklyn Nets -3 (-110)

New York Knicks

New York Knicks

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Houston Rockets

8:00 PM ET

Houston Rockets

Analysis: 

Elfrid Payton and the New York Knicks (17-39, fifth in the Atlantic Division) head to Toyota Center on Monday where they’ll meet the Houston Rockets (36-20, first in the Southwest Division). The line on this game has Houston as 13.5 point top choices. The over/under opens at 228.

The Knicks are covering the spread 52.7% of the time, having gone 29-26-1 ATS. Houston covers the spread 50.0% of the time, going 28-28-0 against the spread.

Elfrid Payton comes into this challenge averaging 9.7 focuses per game while playing 27.4 minutes out of every night this season. He pulls down 4.7 bounce back per game and dishes out 6.9 helps per game too. His field objective rate is 43% while his free toss rate presently sits at 54%. Julius Randle midpoints 19.1 focuses per game in 32.8 minutes per challenge this season. He midpoints 3.2 helps per challenge and 9.6 bounce back per game. His field objective rate is 45% for the year while his free toss rate is 71%.

Russell Westbrook midpoints 27.2 focuses per game while playing 36.0 minutes per challenge this year. He snatches 7.9 bounce back per game and has 7.2 helps per challenge on the year. His field objective rate is 47% and his free toss rate is at 79%. James Harden midpoints 35.2 focuses per game this season and he sees the court a normal of 36.9 minutes per challenge. He additionally midpoints 6.4 bounce back per challenge and 7.4 helps per game. His field objective rate is 44% and his free toss rate is 87%.

New York midpoints 104.6 focuses per challenge this season, which positions them 28th in the NBA. Their normal scoring edge is – 7.0 and their shooting rate is 44% as a group, which has them positioned 26th. Behind the curve they shoot 34% which is useful for 27th in the group. They normal 46.3 bounce back per game and 21.6 helps per game, which positions them sixth and 28th in those hostile classifications. In the turnover division they rank 21st with 14.3 per game. The Knicks permit 111.6 focuses per game to their adversaries which positions them nineteenth in the association. They additionally permit a 46% shooting rate and a 38% normal from behind the bend, positioning them eighteenth and 29th in those cautious classifications. Rivals normal 45.2 bounce back a game which positions fifteenth and they surrender 24.2 helps per challenge, which places them in fourteenth spot in the group. They power 14.1 turnovers per game which positions them ninth in the group.

PICK: New York Knicks +14 (-110)

Phoenix Suns

Phoenix Suns

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Utah Jazz

9:00 PM ET

Houston Rockets

Analysis: 

Rudy Gobert and the Utah Jazz (36-20, second in the Northwest Division) have the Phoenix Suns (23-34, fourth in the Pacific Division) at Vivint Smart Home Arena on Monday, February 24, 2020. The line on this matchup has Utah as 8 point top picks. The over/under is set at 224.

The Suns spread the spread 46.4% of the time, having gone 26-30-1 ATS. Utah is covering 50.9% of the time, going 28-27-1 against the spread.

Devin Booker midpoints 26.4 focuses per game in 35.9 minutes per challenge. He midpoints 6.3 helps per challenge and 4.2 bounce back per game. His field objective rate is 49% for the year while his free toss rate is 92%. Kelly Oubre comes into this challenge averaging 18.7 focuses per game while playing 34.5 minutes out of each night. He pulls down 6.5 bounce back per game and dishes out 1.5 helps per game too. His field objective rate is 45% while his free toss rate is at 78%.

Donovan Mitchell midpoints 24.2 focuses per game and he sees the court a normal of 34.4 minutes per challenge. He likewise midpoints 4.3 bounce back per challenge and 4.3 helps per game. His field objective rate is 46% and his free toss rate is 86%. Rudy Gobert midpoints 15.6 focuses per game while playing 34.6 minutes per challenge. He snatches 14.4 bounce back per game and has 1.5 helps per challenge on the year. His field objective rate is 69% and his free toss rate is at 61%.

The Suns permit 113.5 focuses per game to their rivals which positions them twentieth in the association. They additionally permit a 47% shooting rate and a 36% normal from behind the circular segment, positioning them 23rd and 21st in those cautious classifications. Adversaries normal 44.1 bounce back a game which positions tenth, and they surrender 23.9 helps per challenge which places them in twelfth spot in the group. They power 16.3 turnovers per game which positions them 28th in the class. Phoenix midpoints 112.2 focuses per challenge this season, which positions them fourteenth in the NBA. Their normal scoring edge is – 1.3 and their shooting rate is 46% as a group, which has them positioned fourteenth. Behind the circular segment they shoot 35% which is useful for 24th in the class. They normal 43.2 bounce back per game and 26.9 helps per challenge, which positions them 21st and second in those hostile classes. In the turnover office they rank twelfth with 14.9 per game.

PICK: Utah Jazz -8 (-110)

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