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Philadelphia at BROOKLYN (232 un, -110)

By Dwayne Connors, Featured Handicapper

Not much to say. Just have to keep punching.

The winners will start to flow once again, that is a promise.

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Team off a loss last night will bounce-back tonight with the win.

Need to get my feet back under me, that's just the fact.

Time for a winning day.

After getting booed out of their own arena in the opening game of the series last Saturday when they were beat 111-102, Philly has responded to Brooklyn's challenge with a 145 point output in Game Two on their home floor in a game that easily landed Over the total. The Sixers then traveled to Brooklyn for Thursday's Game Three and netted another 131 points to also land Over the total, and that was without Joel Embiid and his 22.5 points through the opening pair of games in the lineup due to his knee soreness.

I don't think the Nets can stop the Sixers from scoring, and so I believe even though this total has been bumped up a couple of baskets, I still believe we are headed for a third straight series Over!

Dating back to the regular season, 5 of the last 6 times the teams have met have landed Over the posted price, so no reason to think that these defense are going to suddenly stop one another, and also no reason to think the now in-rhythm Tobias Harris - just  4 points in the opening game, but 48 points in the last pair of games, including a 6-of-6 night from behind the arc on Thursday - will be held in single-digits anytime soon in this series.

Philly enters this game with 4 of their last 5 dating back to the regular season, and 7 of their last 9 games overall having played Over the total, while Brooklyn is also on an Over run that dates back to the regular campaign, as 8 of their last 14 have landed in the Over column.

D'Angelo Russell and Caris Lavert continue to give Kenny Atkinson's team the bulk of their offense, and if Joe Harris who is 0-of-6 over the past 2 games of this series (his 47.4% for the season from behind the arc led the NBA this season) can regain his touch, I have a feeling we are going to be seeing some big number quarters between the teams in this Saturday matinee from Barclays Center.

Philadelphia-Brooklyn Over in Game Three.


Houston at UTAH (-2')

By Bob Valentino, Featured Handicapper

Stopped last night in my pursuit of my 4th straight Max Wager 100 Dime Winner, as Portland falls short plus the points last night at OKC.

That one setback is not going to stop me from the next money-making opportunity.

I am set to push it all in again today early in the NBA.

For Saturday.

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Philadelphia-Brooklyn - 3:05 pm eastern

There are 4 games on the playoff schedule today, this winner on Philadelphia and Brooklyn will bankroll your Saturday!

If you want to win, make sure you are with me for this afternoon winner from the Barclays Center.

Houston blasted Utah in Game One by 32 points.

Houston blasted Utah again in Game Two by 20 points.

Game Three is here, and the Rockets who have not been pressed at all in this series by the Jazz are actually getting points?!?!?!

I am backing the Jazz to play their best game of this series, as Utah defends their home floor on Saturday night in Salt Lake City.

Quin Snyder will make the adjustments needed to avoid the insurmountable 0-3 hole the Jazz would fall into if they try and employ the same style of game that had no success in Space City earlier this week.

For one thing, Utah simply cannot continue to look to match three-balls with James Harden and his mates, as the Jazz Men are a dismal 15-for-65 (23%) from behind the arc in this series. They are not a team built to win games by camping out behind the arc and firing away.

Utah needs to - and will - turn this into a half-court affair, use their defense to slow down Houston, and then find the open man when on the offensive end and knock down those open shots that tend to fall a little easier when they shoot them on their home hardwood.

Utah had a 29-12 record on their home court this season, and they have won their last 8 games at home straight up, while covering in 5 of those 8.

Houston is just 17-23-1 against the spread this year on the road, and even though they are saying the right things about knowing they cannot let their guard down just because they are up 2-0 in the series, they will be facing a very desperate Utah team whose lead player is overdue for a bust-out game.

I am talking about Donovan Mitchell who is averaging only 15 points for the first 2 games of this series, and has shot it at just 12-for-37 in the pair of blowout road losses.

Strong home court in play tonight as the fans will their team - and the slumping Mitchell - to the win that keeps their season alive on Saturday night.

Jazz play that sweet Salt Lake City music tonight with the win and cover.


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