Top NBA Betting Picks of the Week – October 28th Edition

Posted by Derrick Harper on October 28, 2019 in

Now that the NBA season is underway, and everyone has a few games under their belts, things are starting to get back to normal. Let’s take a look at some of the top NBA Betting games of the upcoming week. Be sure to check back for the latest NBA Odds.

Top NBA Betting Picks of the Week – October 28th Edition

Tuesday, October 29th

Dallas Mavericks @ Denver Nuggets

The foreign invasion will be the theme of this game. Luka Doncic has started the season off with a bang for the Dallas Mavericks. He’s averaging 29.5 points per game, 9.5 rebounds per game, and 6.5 assists per game. Doncic has led the Mavs to a 2-1 record to start the season.

The Nuggets are undefeated so far. The Nuggets have been led by their All-NBA center, Nikola Jocic. Jokic is leading the Nuggets in points, rebounds, and assists.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Los Angeles Lakers

The Grizzlies are 1-2 on the season, and people aren’t expecting much out of this group, so the team is planning on having a great season. Ja Morant has been unbelievable this season, and is the leader for the Rookie of the Year award.

Memphis needs to shore up it’s defense, as they have given up over 115 points per game. Everyone knows about the Lakers. They have had their ups and downs early, but they still have LeBron and Anthony Davis.

Wednesday, October 30th

Utah Jazz @ Sacramento Kings

The Kings were a team that many thought would break out this season. So far, it has yet to happen. The Kings are currently winless, and are having trouble stopping their opponents from scoring. Sacramento is giving up almost 119 points per game.

The Jazz are becoming a legitimate playoff contender. They made some changes, but they’ve still kept their core group together. If the Jazz can continue to play stellar defense, we could see them turn into of the top contenders in the West.

Indiana Pacers @ Brooklyn Nets

The Pacers haven’t gotten off to the start that they had hoped for. They’ve struggled to start the season. Granted that they’ve been without Victor Oladipo, but they’ve had everyone else. The Pacers are giving up almost 115 points per game, so defense isn’t one of their strong suits.

The Nets have been scoring almost 120 points per game, while the Nets are giving up over 118, while only scoring about 200 more on Mario World. The Pacers are very well balanced, while the Nets are getting accustomed to playing with one another after the signing of Kyrie Irving. This should be a fun one to watch.

Friday, November 1st

Milwaukee Bucks @ Boston Celtics

These are two of the top contenders for the Eastern Conference crown. The Greek Freak will be invading Boston to take on Jayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics. Antetokounmpo has started off the season where he left off last year. He’s currently averaging a triple double with 29.5 points per game, 15 rebounds, and 10 assists.

Although he lost some support pieces through free agency, he still has his core group in place. As for the Celtics, they lost Kyrie Irving, but replaced him with the top free agent guard on the market, Kemba Walker. The Bucks are putting up over 120 points per game, while the Celtics are scoring over 107. Boston is the better defensive team, and will look to pull out all the stops to stop Giannis.