Top TomBox Algorithm Picks For Tonight’s NBA Action – 2/2/2021

February 2, 2021by Shlomo Sprung0
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Top TomBox Algorithm Picks For Tonight’s NBA Action – 2/2/2021

TomBox Algorithm NBA Picks: James Harden - Brooklyn Nets vs. Los Angeles Clippers
970x90 BetMGM Sportsbook - Article - Risk-Free Bet $600 We’ve got a half-dozen games on the Tuesday NBA schedule tonight, headlined by the Brooklyn Nets getting all avant-garde and debuting their Jean-Michel Basquiat-inspired court for their nationally televised matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers. That game is a good spot for us to begin with a couple of player props for our TomBox picks.

TomBox Player Prop Picks

James Harden, Kawhi Leonard Points

BetMGM has set the over/under on points for James Harden at 23.5, with both over and under at a tidy -110. TomBox is projecting The Beard to come in at 26.8 points on 43% shooting with 3.7 made 3-pointers in a Brooklyn Nets home loss to the Clippers. So take the over on Harden. As for Kawhi, we know Brooklyn can’t defend after giving up 149 points on Sunday to the Washington Generals Wizards. And it lists the over/under for Leonard points at 27.5, with the over at -104 and the under at -118. The TomBox algorithm expects Kawhi to lead the Clippers in scoring, but at just 21.2 points on 47% shooting from the field. So, take the under on Leonard. William Hill RF500 - 728x90

TomBox Best Pick Against The Spread

Tonight’s Memphis-Indiana game might be the best low-key matchup of the evening, with two young, deep squads that have exciting players like Grizzlies guard Ja Morant and Pacers All-Star Domantas Sabonis. Though TomBox gives Indiana a 57.1% chance to win the game outright, the 5.5-point spread is looking a little steep. TomBox projects that Memphis has a 67% chance to cover this spread on the road, the highest ATS confidence we have on the night, with Morant contributing 12.5 points, 4.9 assists, and 2.6 rebounds.

TomBox Best Point Total Pick

Remember when we said Washington scored 149 points on Sunday against Brooklyn? The Wizards are playing another bad defensive team tonight in the Portland Trail Blazers, who are 29th in the NBA in defensive efficiency, even worse than the Nets. Though an over/under of 241 seems super high, Washington is just ahead of Portland in defensive rating at 28th in the league and the Blazers have the 6th best offense in the NBA. TomBox gives this game a strong 54% chance to go over, with a high-flying, entertaining game upcoming in D.C. We’re expecting Damian Lillard to go off with 33.6 points scored to lead Portland, with Washington paced by Bradley Beal’s 24.2. PointsBet - Deposit Bonus Up to $250

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