There are 4 big games being beamed into our lounge rooms this week live from the US and the world’s best basketball competition, the NBA. Kicking off the week on Thursday is the Golden State Warriors in Chicago, with the Warriors having lost 2 of their last 4 to come back to the pack a little. The double-header on Saturday involves Miami in Toronto and San Antonio travelling to California to take on the Lakers for one of the last Duncan-Bryant matchups ever. Rounding up the week’s broadcasted games on Sunday is the Bulls in Cleveland taking on LeBron and the Cavaliers, no doubt still reeling from their thumping at the hands of the Warriors on Tuesday.

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Saturday, January 23rd, 11:30am (AEST) @ Air Canada Centre, Ontario

  • Toronto has won their last 6 games straight to now hold a 27-15 record for the season, including 13-6 at home. They’ve covered the line in 23 of their 42 games, with just 10 of those coming at home. They are 5-1 through their current 6 game winning streak.
  • Miami has lost their last 3 games and 6 of their last 7 to now sit at 23-20 and hold 7th place in the Eastern Conference. They’ve only covered the line in 20 of their 43 games, including just 9 of 19 on the road. They’ve failed to cover the line in 4 of their last 5 games.
  • The Raptors have averaged 107.6 PPG across their last 10 games at the Air Canada Centre, allowing 101.8 PPG to the opposition. In that same 10 game stretch, their game totals have gone over 7 times leaving them with a 22-19-1 over/under record for the year (12-7 at home).
  • The Heat has averaged just 91 PPG in their last 10 road games, giving up 101.1 PPG to the opposition across the same stretch. Their over/under record for that stretch is 4-6, contributing to their 14-29 season record (5-14 away).
  • Starting Odds: Miami Heat $1.37 at Toronto Raptors $3.20

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Thursday, January 21st, 11:00am (AEST) @ United Center, Chicago

  • A win for the Bulls in their last outing against Detroit was just their 2nd win in their last 6 games after a 6 game win streak was ended. They currently sit at 24-16, including 16-7 at home, but covered the line against Detroit for the first time in 6 games to leave their line record at 16-24 (9-14 at home).
  • The Warriors have lost 2 of their last 4 to come slightly back to the pack, but they’re still 2 games clear of the Spurs in the West. They pumped the Cavaliers on Tuesday and will hope to carry that form into this game. They’re 24-16-2 against the line, including 15-7-1 on the road, but have only covered the line once in their last 5 games.
  • In their last 10 home games, the Bulls have scored 100.6PPG whilst allowing only 95.2PPG, leaving them with a 6-4 over/under record in that time. Chicago’s season over/under record reads 20-20 and 9-14 at home.
  • Golden State has averaged a whopping 117PPG through their last 10 road games whilst only conceding 105.8 PPG in that stretch. They’ve gone 6-4 over/under in that stretch, contributing to their 16-7 over/under road record for the year, and 25-17 all up.
  • Starting Odds: Golden State Warriors $1.37 at Chicago Bulls $3.20

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