The NBA season is three-quarters of the way complete and teams a looking to make a final playoff push. There is a moderately light schedule for Monday, March 6 with the Celtics at the Cavaliers as the headline game.
Boston Celtics versus Cleveland Cavaliers
Cleveland enters 4th in the Eastern Conference and hosts Boston, 2nd in the conference. Boston is “average up” versus “ice cold down” on the Team Strength Oscillator and +27 to +22 on the Power Ranks Indicator. The teams have been involved in games “over” the line in nine of their last 12 combined. The Score Predictor likes Boston by a score of 120-111 with 73 percent confidence. Cleveland has won two of the three games between the teams this season. I like Boston to even the score in a game “over” the line.
Philadelphia 76ers versus Indiana Pacers
The 76ers come into play 3rd in the Eastern Conference and face the 12th-seeded Pacers on the road. Indiana is “burning hot” versus “average up” and Philadelphia has a +22 to +21 edge on the Power Ranks Indicator. The two teams are trending on games on opposite sides of the line, and the Score Predictor likes the Pacers by a 120-109 score with 65 percent confidence. Philadelphia won the first two games between the teams this season. I like the trend to continue but pass on the “over/under” bet.
Atlanta Hawks versus Miami Heat
Both teams are battling for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Atlanta is “average down” versus “dead” on the Team Strength Oscillator and Miami is +18 to +16 on the Power Ranks Indicator. Both teams are trending in games “over” the line in four of their last six games, and the Score Predictor likes Atlanta by a 118-108 score with 49 percent confidence. The teams have split the two games so far this season, and both teams are moderately stable according to the Team Volatility Oscillator. I like Miami at home in a game “over” the line.
Toronto Raptors versus Denver Nuggets
Both teams head into play “burning hot” on the Team Strength Oscillator and Denver has a +28 to +14 advantage on the Power Ranks Indicator. The teams have been trending on opposite sides of the “over/under” line. The Score Predictor likes Denver in a 132-108 blowout with 67 percent confidence. Denver is extremely stable at +26 on the Team Strength Oscillator and Toronto is also performing consistently with regard to their favorite/underdog status. I think Denver is too strong and will win by double-digits in a game “over” the line.
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