Warriors vs. Timberwolves, Trail Blazers vs. Nets NBA Predictions: Picks on Inefficient Lines (Sunday, Nov. 27)
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These two NBA games have inefficient lines, according to the Action Network’s proprietary data.
Warriors vs. Timberwolves and Trail Blazers vs. Nets both tip off on Sunday afternoon. The former game starts at 3 p.m. ET. The latter begins at 3:30 p.m. ET.
The Action Network has detected troves of wise guys targeting one line in each of the aforementioned games.
These games will generally be overlooked on a Sunday filled with sports saturation — especially for two relatively inconsequential regular season NBA games. It’s NFL Sunday and Spain vs. Germany will be in its second half when these games tip off.
But these types of unpopular markets tend to be more inefficient than normal. Consequently, there are more instances where the line isn’t set at a fair price.
Tailing sharp bettors over the long run is assured to make you a profit. Sports betting’s main short-term constraint, though, is variance. Make sure you’re using the same unit sizing every time you tail smart money.
Sharp Picks for Warriors vs. Timberwolves, Trail Blazers vs. Nets
Odds and betting data updated as of 9 a.m. ET.