NBA Betting: Must Bet 2021 Games in Week 14

Posted by Derrick Harper on March 22, 2021 in

With the trade deadline looming, we’re seeing teams decide whether or not they’re contenders or pretenders. Some teams will decide that a playoff run is not in the cards for this season, while others will be trying to improve their team for the playoffs. With that being said, we’ll see whether or not teams are playing to win or playing to improve their draft status for the upcoming NBA draft. Let’s take a look at some of the top games to bet on this week. We’re hoping that these games can turn a little bit of money into some huge profit. With that in mind, let’s jump right into action so you can bet against their NBA odds.

NBA 2021 Week 14 Games to Bet On 

Utah Jazz @ Chicago Bulls – Monday, March 22

Both of these teams come into this one struggling. Although the Bulls have a game on Sunday night with the Pistons, their prior two games have been hard to swallow. The Bulls have blown two big fourth quarter leads in losses to the Nuggets and the Spurs. The Bulls also play better on the road than they do at home, as they enter this one with a 8-10 record at the United Center.

After starting the season off on a roll, the Jazz have fallen back to reality. Going 5-5 in their last 10, teams have started to figure out the Jazz. Utah has an offense that will be hard for the defensively challenged Bulls to stop. We’ll see if the Jazz play like they were early in the season, or if they’ll continue to struggle.

Brooklyn Nets @ Portland Trail Blazers – Tuesday, March 23

The Nets will head out West for a long road trip, and they’ll get to start their Western swing with a tilt against one of the hottest teams in the league in the Portland Trail Blazers. Now that CJ McCullom is back, the Blazers are playing well. Offensively, with Lillard and McCullom playing well, and Enes Kanter being a force on the inside, the Blazers will be hard to stop.

The Nets have been on a roll as well. James Harden is playing at an elite level, and Kyrie Irving is playing within his limits. They’re still without Kevin Durant, but once he returns, the Nets will be hard to stop.

We should see a lot of offense in this one, as neither team is known for their defensive prowess. We’ll see a high scoring affair in a tight game. The difference in this one could be Kanter. The Nets have shown that they don’t have the ability to guard offensive centers.

Dallas Mavericks @ Minnesota Timberwolves – Wednesday, March 24

Dallas is starting to climb up the Western Conference standings, while the Timberwolves are just playing out the season. With rumors swirling around that the Wolves could make huge moves at the deadline, including possibly trading Karl Anthony Towns and/or DeAngelo Rusell, the Wolves are just playing the season out. They have the worst record in the NBA, and they can’t wait for the season to be over. And they also know that there’s a possibility that they may not get their first round lottery pick due to the Andrew Wiggins trade.

As for the Mavericks, Luka Doncic is playing great basketball, and the rest of the team is shaping into form. Kristaps Porzingis has been playing well as of late, and the Mavericks are starting to look like the playoff team from last season. If they come to play on Wednesday, they should have no issue disposing of the Wolves.