It’s Week 6 in Big 3 Basketball. This week, games take place at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario. Scotiabank Arena is home to the Toronto Raptors, the NBA team that won the Kawhi Leonard sweepstakes.
Check out matchups and picks for Big 3 Basketball Week 6!
In a tough matchup in Week 5, Power snuck by Trilogy 51 to 48. The key for Power was to turn it on in the second half. Trilogy had a 25 to 20 lead. Power turned it around big time with a 31 to 23 second half.
After 5 weeks, it’s become clear that Power might be the best team at making halftime adjustments in Big 3 Basketball. A lot of that is due to coach Nancy Lieberman. Power should build a fairly comfortable lead over Killer 3’s in the first half.
I believe Corey Maggette and the rest of Power cruise to a win on Friday.
Big 3 Basketball Week 6 Betting Pick: Power
Trilogy 1-4 vs Ghost Ballers 0-5
Trilogy is much better than their 1-4 record would indicate. The Ghost Ballers are probably as bad as their 0 and 5 record. The Ghost Ballers don’t have it this season. Trilogy will come out firing in the first half like they usually do.
Unlike what Power did, the Ghost Ballers will find it much more difficult to come back versus Trilogy. Ghost Ballers fall to 0 and 6.
Big 3 Basketball Week 6 Betting Pick: Trilogy
3 Headed Monsters 5-0 vs Ball Hogs 1-4
3 Headed Monsters kept rolling along in Week 5 with a sweet 50 to 47 win over 3’s Company. 3 Headed Monsters built a 6 points lead, 26 to 21, in the first half. They then cruised in the second half even though 3’s Company outscored them 26 to 24.
3 Headed Monsters now faces Ball Hogs, a team that hasn’t really gotten it together yet this Big 3 Basketball season. The game shouldn’t be that close with the undefeated 3 Headed Monsters beating Ball Hogs by double-digits.
Big 3 Basketball Week 6 Betting Pick: 3 Headed Monsters
3’s Company 3-2 vs Tri-State 4-1
3’s Company’s Baron Davis didn’t get into the action last week versus 3 Headed Monsters. For 3’s Company to have any shot versus Tri-State, Davis must handle Tri-State’s excellent point-guard, Nate Robinson.
This could come down to which team’s PG plays better. It’s hard to fault Robinson who has a plethora of front court players to dish the rock to. I’ll side with Tri-State.
Big 3 Basketball Week 6 Betting Pick: Tri-State