Top NBA Betting Games For The Coming Weekend (Feb. 10th – 12th)
It simply wouldn’t be the weekend without a full slate of NBA games to choose from, and there are some great ones on tap over the next few days. We are now well into the second half of the season, and while there is still a lot of basketball to be played, teams are still looking to get a leg up in the playoff races in each conference. With so much exciting action to choose from, it can be tough to decide where your betting money should be spent. That is why I have put together a list of the best NBA games on tap for the coming weekend. Let’s get started with a great Friday night match-up as well as checking the following udpated NBA betting predictions here.
Here’s A Closer Look At The Top NBA Betting Games For The Coming Weekend (Feb. 10th – 12th)
Cleveland Cavaliers at Oklahoma City Thunder – Friday
The Thunder may not be the great team that they were a couple of years ago, but make no mistake, this is still a very talented group. Whenever you have Russell Westbrook on the court, you have a chance to win, and it’s always fun to see him go head to head with LeBron James. The reigning champion Cleveland Cavaliers have had some drama playing out in the past week or so, and they are also never at their best on the road. Could we be in for a mild upset in this one?
Golden State Warriors at Memphis Grizzlies – Friday
It has been business as usual for the Warriors as they continue to tear up the opposition at an alarming rate this season. As good as they have been, they are in for a tough test on Friday night, as the Memphis Grizzlies have been very tough to beat in their own building. The Grizzlies are very comfortable in their playoff position in the Western Conference right now, but they still have room to move upwards, and a win over the Warriors could give them the shot in the arm they need to make that move.
LA Clippers at Charlotte Hornets – Saturday
At first glance, this may not look like a particularly enticing match-up, but there is a lot to like about this game, in my opinion. The Clippers started the season hot, but are on a bit of a skid that has seen them win just 3 of their last 10 games. The Hornets are sitting just off the playoff pace in the Eastern Conference, and they know that a couple of big wins could get them back in the picture. In order for them to move up, they need to be able to take advantage of good teams that are struggling at this time.
San Antonio Spurs at Indiana Pacers – Sunday
It’s always fun when teams from opposing conferences go head to head, simply because we don’t see these teams meet up very often. Despite losing Tim Duncan to retirement, the Spurs have not missed a beat this season, and are comfortably in the second seed in the West. Out East, the Indiana Pacers are suddenly hot, and in currently in the midst of a 7-game win streak that has vaulted them into the #6 seed. This will be a real test for them, and one that should be a lot of fun to watch.