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John Wall is off a couple off shooting nights, going 9 for 28 for Washington and 1 for 6 from beyond the arc. Tonight he should be able to score with far greater ease at home against Denver defense that is 23rd in points allowed at 104 per contest and 24th in field goal percentage defense at 46.3%. With Wall an excellent penetrator, he should have several drives pay off, with the Nuggets also 23rd in the league in field goal defense for two point attempts. Betting the OVER on Wall means playing a little extra juice against the NBA odds at -130, but I think it’s worth it as he is averaging 19.8 points a game over his last 10 contests.
Prop Play – Wall Over 18.5
If you dismiss Indiana’s 110 points scored at Golden State, they have scored 94.3 PPG in their other three most recent contests. Today they face Atlanta, who has been playing exceptional defense lately, holding opposing teams to just 92 PPG in their past seven contests and under 40 accuracy. With the Pacers offense bogged down and facing down and dirty Hawks defense, do not really see them reaching 50 points by halftime tonight. This is further supported by Indiana being 17-6 UNDER the first half total after one or more Under’s and 14-4 UNDER the first half total after playing a game as a home underdog the last three seasons.
Prop Play – Indiana Under 50
After being a terrible looking team for the most the season, Milwaukee has improved, winning five of last eight to move record to still unpleasant 20-27 record. Part of the reason for playing better is more plays or guard Khris Middleton. On the season the former Texas A&M star is averaging 17.9 PPG and has scored 20 or more points in seven straight, and averaged 22.8 PPG over his last 10 tilts. With the Bucks offense now flowing through Middleton and center Greg Monroe, there has been more continuity, compared to the up and nature of the early season. This also not the same Memphis defensive team of years past, now a pedestrian 17th in field goal percentage at 45%.