Top NBA Betting Picks of the Week – February 4th Edition

Posted by Derrick Harper on February 4, 2019 in

There are plenty of great games in the National Basketball Association this week. Let’s take a look at a few of the best for all the NBA Betting enthusiasts, and be sure to check back for the latest NBA Odds.

Top NBA Betting Picks of the Week – February 4th Edition

Milwaukee Bucks vs Brooklyn Nets

Milwaukee has been one of the most dominant teams all season and well, the Brooklyn Nets haven’t been in quite some time. Demarre Carroll might be one of the best weapons for the Nets and that is saying something. This game will be in Brooklyn, but that may be their only advantage in this matchup. In their last meeting, Shabazz Napier led the Nets with 32 points and 7 assists, but it still wasn’t enough to surpass the Greek Freak, who led the Bucks in scoring, assists, and rebounds.

On the season, Khris Middleton, Eric Bledsoe, Brook Lopez, and Malcolm Brogdon have emerged as quite the compliments to Giannis Antetokounmpo, each delivering over 10 points per game, with Middleton leading the charge with over 17 points per game. I predict a similar end result with the Bucks winning this game by a score of 120 – 105.

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Indiana Pacers

With all of the focus recently on Anthony Davis and his desire to leave the Big Easy, many of us are wondering what that may look like for the Pelicans long term. They currently have one of the best big men in recent history, but all that is soon to change once the, now seemingly inevitable trade comes to fruition. Until it does though, their opponents will have their hands full with the eyebrowed one himself. Indiana is coming off of a win against Miami in their last outing, but the loss of Victor Oladipo has been a heavy one to bear.

The Pacers look like a good NBA Betting pick for this week.

Their emotional leader points leader and facilitator in their offense is the cog that moves the team. Without him, their ball movement and total points are down resulting in them losing four of their last five games. The Pelicans aren’t exactly on a roll either, especially since AD announced he is seeking a trade. They have just one victory in their last six games. Without Oladipo, the Pacers just aren’t the same team. I’ll take New Orleans to win 112 – 103.

San Antonio Spurs vs. Sacramento Kings

Similar to the game above in which the Bucks are heavily favored against the Nets, this game will also be a bit lopsided. The Spurs, led by LaMarcus Aldridge and Demar DeRozan will look to keep paeon what looks like another playoff bid this season. The Kings do have the advantage of playing in their own building, but besides that, they will have an uphill battle to hold the Spurs from the win column. In their last meeting, the Kings actually defeated the Spurs by a score of 104 – 99.

Willie Cauley Stein and Bogdan Bogdanovic led the way for the Kings, but I just don’t seem to think this will happen again. Between Patty Mills, DeRozan, Aldridge, Marco Belinelli, and Rudy Gay, the Spurs have enough offensive firepower to take down most teams. I’d be surprised if they didn’t end up with over 110 points in the game. I’ll take the Spurs to get the road win by a score of 110 – 102.

Best of luck with your NBA betting!