Monthly Archives

May 2021

Jaren Jackson Jr. – Under 13.5

By | Daily tip

Since returning from a long layoff from a knee injury, Jackson Jr has struggled to find the form that made him one of the most promising young bigs in the league.

In the last five games he has averaged just 25.6mpg and 10.4ppg on 7.4 shots. Against the Jazz we project he will go under again.

Read More

– Under

By | Daily tip

A couple of close losses with Fournier shooting at a high clip have not deterred us.

With the Celtics facing Brooklyn in a critical game four, we project the Nets to come out firing and clamp down defensively.

Read More

Kyle Anderson – Under 12.5

By | Daily tip

SloMo has been great for the Grizzlies as a secondary ball handler and facilitator. Against the #1 seed Jazz though he will struggle to create shots.

A pass first player, we project limited opportunities for Anderson against the Jazz who will look to stamp their authority on the series.

Read More

Evan Fournier – Under 16.5

By | Daily tip

After barely clearing last game by shooting an unsustainable 80% from three, the bookies have done us a favour and moved the line up two points.

With a terrible playoff record, Tatum back to lead the offence and a barnstorming Nets who could well blow them out again – we like this under a lot.

Read More

Evan Fournier – Under 15.5

By | Daily tip

Fournier has struggled mightily in the playoffs throughout his career – averaging 6ppg less per 36 minutes.

In 15 playoff games he has only cleared this line three times. We project this trend will continue and he will struggle against the Nets.

Read More

Jusuf Nurkic – Over 14.5

By | Daily tip

Ever since Denver traded him in favor of Jokic, Jusuf Nurkic has made it his mission to take it to the Nuggets.

Nurkic averages 6ppg more against Denver than his career average while playing only 28.2mpg. We project minutes in the low 30’s and he should clear this line with ease.

Read More

Bradley Beal – Under 28.5

By | Daily tip

Beal is one of the leading scorers in the NBA however the last few games he has been hampered by a hamstring injury which has clearly slowed him down.

Against the #1 seed Sixers and their elite defence there won’t be any easy looks and we expect a tough series for Beal.

Read More