Nets fans were dealt a pair of devastating blows when the team traded away Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, but the players they received in return have actually contributed more than either star has since being dealt.
Tonight, the new-look Nets will try to keep their playoff hopes on life support against the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers, one of the East’s best teams.
I have a prediction for this game you might be interested in reading, but before I get into that, you’ll DEFINITELY want to know about the best new-user promotion in sports betting at Bet365 Sportsbook.
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Nets vs Cavs Prediction
Cleveland has been one of the most Jekyll-and-Hyde-like teams in the NBA with a 29-8 record at home but a 16-20 record on the road.
Their road record against the spread (ATS) is almost identical, with the Cavs going 15-19-2 ATS on the road this season, including covering six of their last 10 spreads on the road.
On the other hand, the Nets have been a mixed bag since the All-Star Break, going 7-6 ATS and 1-4 ATS at home.
I could truly see this game going either way, so instead, let’s focus on the over/under total points scored of 218.5.
I LOVE the under here. Allow me to explain why.
The Nets’ offense has been struggling since the All-Star Break, even with explosive performances from Mikal Bridges and Cam Johnson. Brooklyn has hit the under in nine of its 13 games since the ASB and tonight it’s facing a Cleveland team that ranks dead-last in the NBA in pace and second in the NBA in defensive efficiency.
It’s a stretch for me to see the Nets breaking out of their funk against one of the association’s best defensive teams.
Pick: Under 218.5 total points
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