Mega NBA Betting, DFS Guide: Angles for Every Tuesday Game
What happens when the two worst ATS teams in the league face off? Well, one of them will cover … probably. I can guarantee the public will think it’s the New Cavs, and I may agree with them after seeing what they did to my Celtics.
(I already used that painting yesterday, but when you create a masterpiece, you gotta show it off.)
We have six games tonight, and we’re pencil diving into the deep end for each one. Time to make the big bucks. — Mark Gallant
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MIAMI HEAT AT TORONTO RAPTORS (-8) | O/U: 204.5
7 p.m. ET
What the metrics say: Miami broke out of a brutal five-game losing streak on Friday with a home win vs. the Bucks. It was an ugly offensive affair that ended 91-85, and the Heat produced just 92.8 points per 100 possessions. They’ve played the Raptors just once this year, and it was a very similar game: Miami won 90-89, and they held Toronto to just 94.7 points/100. Despite the last game, the Heat are struggling of late, ranking 21st over the past 10 games with a -2.8 net rating. They are better on the road this season, but the Raps are especially dominant at home, ranking first in the league with a +12.0 net rating. Further, the Raps are rolling right now, ranking even ahead of the Jazz with a massive +13.5 net rating over the past 10 games. The Heat are a feisty, well-coached team, but the Raps are clearly the superior squad on a night-to-night basis. — Bryan Mears