While Thanksgiving is usually football’s holiday, for all of you NBA fans there is pleanty of betting action all week to target.
NBA Betting Cheat Sheet Thanksgiving Week 2017
While there are no NBA games on Thanksgiving, there’s plenty of hardcourt action to bet on the rest of this week.
Wednesday, Nov. 22
Golden State at Oklahoma City
ESPN at 8:00 pm ET
As of Nov. 18, Golden State is 4 and 4 against the spread in away games. Oklahoma City is 5 and 2 against the spread at home. The Thunder has won 3 of their last 4 straight up going into their Nov. 20 matchup versus the New Orleans Pelicans. Golden State averages 117.9 points per game. The Warriors shoot over 51% from the field.
L.A. Lakers at Sacramento
ESPN at 10:30 pm ET
The Lakers are 6 and 10 straight up. They’ve only gone 3 and 4 ATS on the road heading into their Nov. 19 battle versus Denver. L.A. shouldn’t have trouble beating Sacramento on Wednesday night. The Kings are 4 and 12 straight up as of Nov. 18. Sacramento is 4 and 2 ATS in home games, though. Sacramento allows 105.2 points per. The Lakers allow 107.4 points per game.
Friday, Nov. 24
Charlotte at Cleveland
NBA TV at 8:00 pm ET
These two battled in Charlotte on Nov. 15. Cleveland beat Charlotte somewhat easily, 115 to 107. Charlotte is 1-6-1 against the spread on the road. Cleveland is 0-7-1 against the spread at home. The Cavaliers held the Charlotte Hornets to 23.1% from the three-point line. The Hornets completed 6 out of 26 from behind the arc. Charlotte shot over 47% from the field.
Chicago at Golden State
NBA TV at 10:30 pm ET
Friday night’s battle between Chicago and Golden State shouldn’t offer much drama in terms of who wins straight up. The Warriors are 12 and 4 before their Nov. 19 battle versus Brooklyn. Golden State is 3 and 4 against the spread at home, though. Chicago is only 3 and 10 straight up. The Bulls are a winning 7 and 6 against the spread. In away games, the Bulls are 4 and 3 against the spread. Golden State is 3 and 5 against the spread in home games.
Saturday, Nov. 25
New York at Houston
NBA TV at 8:00 pm ET
As of Nov. 19, New York is an awful 1 and 4 against the spread in away games. The Knicks’ defense only allows 44.3% success from the field. NYK does allow opponents to shoot better than 37% from three. The Knicks shoot 46.7% from the field. Houston shoots 35.3% from the 3-point line. The Rockets allow 104 points per game. Houston’s gone 3 and 4 against the spread in home games this season. The Rockets also allow over 37% shooting from behind the arc.