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NBA Free Picks February 5th 2020

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NBA Free Picks For February 5, 2020

We only have a few games on tonight, lets take a look.

Indiana Pacers

Indiana Pacers

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Toronto Raptors

7:30 PM ET

Toronto Raptors

Analysis: 

Pascal Siakam and the Toronto Raptors (36-14, first in the Atlantic Division) play the Indiana Pacers (31-18, second in the Central Division) at Scotiabank Arena on Wednesday, February 5, 2020. Toronto opens this matchup as 5.5 point top choices. The O/U opens at 217.

The Pacers spread the spread 55.1% of the time, having gone 27-22-1 ATS. Toronto is covering 58.0% of the time, going 29-21-0 against the spread.

Myles Turner midpoints 12.1 focuses per challenge in 29.2 minutes per game this year. He midpoints 1.2 helps per game and 6.0 bounce back per challenge. His field objective rate is 45% for the season while his free toss rate is 75%. Domantas Sabonis comes into this game averaging 18.3 focuses per challenge while playing 34.5 minutes out of each night. He snatches 12.7 bounce back per challenge and appropriates 4.6 helps per game. His FG rate is 54% while his free toss rate is 73%.

Kyle Lowry midpoints 19.4 focuses per game and he sees the court a normal of 36.6 minutes per game. He additionally pulls in 4.5 bounce back per game and dishes 7.3 helps per challenge. His field objective rate is 41% and his free toss rate is 86%. Pascal Siakam scores 23.7 focuses per challenge while playing 34.8 minutes per game. He pulls in 7.6 bounce back per challenge and has 3.4 helps per game on the season. His FG rate is 46% and his free toss rate is at 80%.

The Pacers permit 106.8 focuses per challenge which is sixth in the NBA. They additionally give up a 45% shooting rate and a 34% normal from 3-point extend, positioning them ninth and seventh in cautious field objective rate. Rivals normal 44.8 bounce back a game which positions twelfth, and they permit 23.1 helps per game which places them in seventh spot in the class. They power 14.4 turnovers per game which positions them fourteenth in the NBA. Indiana midpoints 109.4 focuses per challenge, which is twentieth in the class. Their normal scoring edge is 2.6 and their shooting rate is 48% as a unit, which has them positioned third. From 3-point an area they shoot 37%, which is useful for sixth in the NBA. They normal 42.6 sheets per challenge and 26.1 helps per game, which positions them 25th and fifth in those hostile classes. In the turnover division they are 29th with 12.7 per game.

PICK: Indiana Pacers +6 (-110)

Atlanta Hawks

Atlanta Hawks

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Minnesota Timberwolves

8:00 PM ET

Minnesota Timberwolves

Analysis: 

Target Center is where Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves (15-33, fifth in the Northwest Division) will take on the Atlanta Hawks (13-37, fifth in the Southeast Division) on Wednesday. Atlanta opens this matchup as 5.5 point hounds. The over/under is set at 235.5.

The Hawks spread the spread 45.1% of the time, having gone 23-28-0 ATS. Minnesota covers the spread 36.2% of the time, going 17-30-2 against the spread.

Trae Young comes into this challenge averaging 29.2 focuses per game while playing 34.9 minutes out of each night this season. He pulls down 4.6 bounce back per game and dishes out 9.0 helps per game too. His field objective rate is 45% while his free toss rate as of now sits at 84%. John Collins midpoints 19.4 focuses per game in 30.8 minutes per challenge this season. He midpoints 1.2 helps per challenge and 10.2 bounce back per game. His field objective rate is 56% for the year while his free toss rate is 80%.

Karl-Anthony Towns midpoints 26.9 focuses per game while playing 33.7 minutes per challenge this year. He gets 10.8 bounce back per game and has 4.3 helps per challenge on the year. His field objective rate is 51% and his free toss rate is at 80%. Andrew Wiggins midpoints 22.4 focuses per game this season and he sees the court a normal of 34.6 minutes per challenge. He likewise midpoints 5.2 bounce back per challenge and 3.7 helps per game. His field objective rate is 44% and his free toss rate is 72%.

Atlanta midpoints 109.1 focuses per challenge this season, which positions them 21st in the NBA. Their normal scoring edge is – 9.1 and their shooting rate is 45% as a group, which has them positioned 24th. Behind the circular segment they shoot 32% which is useful for 30th in the alliance. They normal 42.9 bounce back per game and 23.2 helps per game, which positions them 24th and 21st in those hostile classes. In the turnover division they rank first with 16.6 per game. The Hawks permit 118.3 focuses per game to their adversaries which positions them 29th in the association. They additionally permit a 48% shooting rate and a 36% normal from behind the curve, positioning them 27th and sixteenth in those protective classes. Adversaries normal 47.0 bounce back a game which positions 27th and they surrender 24.5 helps per challenge, which places them in seventeenth spot in the group. They power 15.3 turnovers per game which positions them 21st in the group.

PICK: Atlanta Hawks +6  (-110)

Cleveland Cavs

Cleveland Cavs

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OKC Thunder

8:00 PM ET

OKC Thunder

Analysis: 

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and the Oklahoma City Thunder (30-20, third in the Northwest Division) have the Cleveland Cavaliers (13-37, fifth in the Central Division) at Chesapeake Energy Arena on Wednesday, February 5, 2020. Cleveland opens this challenge as 11 point dark horses. The over/under is set at 219.

The Cavaliers spread the spread 42.0% of the time, having gone 21-29-1 ATS. Oklahoma City is covering 68.0% of the time, going 34-16-0 against the spread.

Kevin Love comes into this game averaging 17.8 focuses per challenge while playing 31.3 minutes out of each night this year. He snatches 9.8 bounce back per challenge and disperses 3.0 helps per game. His FG rate is 46% while his free toss rate is 85%. Collin Sexton midpoints 19.8 focuses per challenge in 32.2 minutes per game. He midpoints 2.6 helps per game and 3.2 bounce back per challenge. His field objective rate is 46% for the season while his free toss rate is 86%.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scores 19.4 focuses per challenge while playing 35.5 minutes per game. He pulls in 6.2 bounce back per challenge and has 3.2 helps per game on the season. His FG rate is 46% and his free toss rate is at 82%. Chris Paul midpoints 17.1 focuses per game this year and he sees the court a normal of 31.6 minutes per game. He additionally gets 5.1 bounce back per game and has 6.6 helps per challenge. His field objective rate is 48% and his free toss rate is 90%.

Cleveland midpoints 106.1 focuses per challenge, which is 26th in the class. Their normal scoring edge is – 8.9 and their shooting rate is 45% as a unit, which has them positioned 21st. From 3-point an area they shoot 35%, which is useful for twentieth in the NBA. They normal 44.2 sheets per challenge and 22.1 helps per game, which positions them twentieth and 27th in those hostile classes. In the turnover office they are second with 16.4 per game. The Cavaliers permit 115.0 focuses per challenge, which is 25th in the NBA. They likewise give up a 49% shooting rate and a 38% normal from 3-point run, positioning them 30th and 27th in protective field objective rate. Adversaries normal 43.0 bounce back a game which positions fifth, and they permit 26.1 helps per game which places them in 29th spot in the class. They power 12.7 turnovers per game which positions them fifth in the NBA.

PICK: OKC Thunder -12.5 (-110)

Memphis Grizzlies

Memphis Grizzlies

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Dallas Mavericks

8:30 PM ET

Dallas Mavericks

Analysis: 

American Airlines Center is where Kristaps Porzingis and the Dallas Mavericks (30-19, second in the Southwest Division) will take on the Memphis Grizzlies (24-25, third in the Southwest Division) on Wednesday. Memphis opens this matchup as 5 point dark horses. The over/under is set at 229.

The Grizzlies are covering the spread 55.1% of the time, having gone 27-22-1 ATS. Dallas covers the spread 57.5% of the time, going 27-20-3 against the spread.

Jonas Valanciunas midpoints 15.2 focuses per game in 25.8 minutes per challenge. He midpoints 2.0 helps per challenge and 10.3 bounce back per game. His field objective rate is 59% for the year while his free toss rate is 73%. Ja Morant comes into this challenge averaging 17.3 focuses per game while playing 29.8 minutes out of each night. He pulls down 3.4 bounce back per game and dishes out 7.1 helps per game also. His field objective rate is 49% while his free toss rate is at 78%.

Tim Hardaway midpoints 14.2 focuses per game and he sees the court a normal of 26.8 minutes per challenge. He additionally midpoints 2.9 bounce back per challenge and 1.7 helps per game. His field objective rate is 43% and his free toss rate is 80%. Kristaps Porzingis midpoints 17.8 focuses per game while playing 30.6 minutes per challenge. He gets 9.1 bounce back per game and has 1.4 helps per challenge on the year. His field objective rate is 41% and his free toss rate is at 76%.

The Grizzlies permit 115.0 focuses per game to their rivals which positions them 26th in the class. They additionally permit a 46% shooting rate and a 37% normal from behind the circular segment, positioning them fifteenth and 26th in those protective classes. Adversaries normal 44.9 bounce back a game which positions thirteenth, and they surrender 24.9 helps per challenge which places them in 22nd spot in the class. They power 14.9 turnovers per game which positions them nineteenth in the alliance. Memphis midpoints 113.1 focuses per challenge this season, which positions them tenth in the NBA. Their normal scoring edge is – 1.9 and their shooting rate is 47% as a group, which has them positioned fourth. Behind the bend they shoot 36% which is useful for sixteenth in the group. They normal 45.3 bounce back per game and 27.6 helps per challenge, which positions them sixteenth and first in those hostile classes. In the turnover office they rank seventh with 15.3 per game.

PICK: Memphis Grizzlies +4.5 (-110)

Miami Heat

Miami Heat

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LA Clippers

10:00 PM ET

LA Clippers

Analysis: 

Lou Williams and the Los Angeles Clippers (34-15, second in the Pacific Division) have the Miami Heat (33-15, first in the Southeast Division) at Staples Center on Wednesday, February 5, 2020. Los Angeles opens this challenge as 7 point top picks. The over/under opens at 223.

The Heat are covering 59.6% of the time, having gone 28-19-2 ATS. Los Angeles is covering the spread 54.0% of the time, going 27-23-0 against the spread.

Kendrick Nunn comes into this game averaging 15.8 focuses per challenge while playing 30.1 minutes out of each night this year. He snatches 2.8 bounce back per challenge and conveys 3.5 helps per game. His FG rate is 46% while his free toss rate is 82%. Jimmy Butler midpoints 20.7 focuses per challenge in 34.7 minutes per game. He midpoints 6.2 helps per game and 6.8 bounce back per challenge. His field objective rate is 45% for the season while his free toss rate is 84%.

Lou Williams scores 19.5 focuses per challenge while playing 29.8 minutes per game. He pulls in 3.0 bounce back per challenge and has 6.0 helps per game on the season. His FG rate is 41% and his free toss rate is at 87%. Kawhi Leonard midpoints 27.4 focuses per game this year and he sees the court a normal of 32.2 minutes per game. He additionally acquires 7.6 bounce back per game and has 5.2 helps per challenge. His field objective rate is 47% and his free toss rate is 89%.

Miami midpoints 112.3 focuses per challenge, which is fourteenth in the class. Their normal scoring edge is 4.4 and their shooting rate is 47% as a unit, which has them positioned sixth. From 3-point an area they shoot 38%, which is useful for second in the NBA. They normal 45.1 sheets per challenge and 25.1 helps per game, which positions them seventeenth and twelfth in those hostile classifications. In the turnover division they are tenth with 15.1 per game. The Heat permit 107.9 focuses per challenge, which is tenth in the NBA. They likewise give up a 44% shooting rate and a 33% normal from 3-point go, positioning them sixth and first in protective field objective rate. Rivals normal 42.0 bounce back a game which positions second, and they permit 24.6 helps per game which places them in eighteenth spot in the alliance. They power 13.3 turnovers per game which positions them sixth in the NBA.

PICK: Miami Heat +6.5 (-110)

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