TomBox Sports Betting Algorithm NBA Picks For Thursday 4/1/2021
April is here, which this season is definitely the dog days of the NBA campaign. But you’d be a fool to think that you can’t make huge cash this month betting on basketball.
Our TomBox technology has simulated each game thousands of times to give you the best and most educated bets on each NBA game. As always, we have player props, moneyline, spread, and over/under picks. We’re starting with the early TNT game, as the Charlotte Hornets take on the Brooklyn Nets.
Best Player Prop Pick
Charlotte Hornets @ Brooklyn Nets: Terry Rozier Over 22.5 Points (-109)
With LaMelo Ball still out with his wrist injury, it’s up to players like Scary Terry to help pick up the scoring load. Against a Brooklyn team without James Harden, Kevin Durant, and Blake Griffin, we expect Charlotte to make this a high-scoring affair. And nobody’s gonna benefit more than Rozier, who the TomBox algorithm expects to score 25.2 points on 49% shooting and 4.4 made threes. So take the over here and don’t look back.
Best Moneyline Pick
Orlando Magic @ New Orleans Pelicans: New Orleans ML (-165)
Orlando isn’t exactly trying to win games right now, and we expect the New Orleans offense to take advantage. The TomBox algorithm projects the Pels to shoot 51% from the field, commit 1.5 fewer turnovers, and shoot 38.1% from three. Led by 27.7 points from Zion Williamson, New Orleans is projected to take a 118.4-109.4 win. The TomBox algorithm gives this a 77.4% chance of going down.
Best Spread Pick
Denver Nuggets @ Los Angeles Clippers: Los Angeles Clippers +2 (-120)
Without Serge Ibaka and Patrick Beverley, and possibly Paul George as well, the Clippers are a little short-handed at home. But that won’t stop LA from shooting 52.5% from the field while making 14.3 three-pointers. Denver may be favored on the road, but the Clippers are expected to not only cover the 2 but win comfortably by a 119.3-113.8 margin. The Clips have a 73.8% chance to cover the spread.
Best Over/Under Pick
Denver Nuggets @ Los Angeles Clippers: Over 218.5 (-120)
When you have two of the four most efficient offenses in the NBA and so many impressive players on the court at the same time, expect a good amount of scoring. With the expected 119.3-113.8 figure, that’s easily over the line to gain. The TomBox algorithm gives the over a 73.6% chance of happening.