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Discussione: [BASKET NBA] Pronostici, Risultati, News STAGIONE 2013/14

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    NBA Report - Trends e Statistiche 1 Febbraio

    Hot teams
    -- Washington is 11-3 vs spread in its last 14 road games. Thunder won its last ten games (9-1 vs spread).
    -- Atlanta won four of last six games, covered last three. Timberwolves won five of their last seven games.
    -- Rockets won five of their last seven games.
    -- Memphis won nine of last ten games, covered last five.
    -- Bulls won five of their last seven games. Pelicans won three of four.
    -- New York won/covered its last four games. Miami won three of last four games, covered one of last five.
    -- Phoenix won/covered six of its last seven games. Bobcats won/covered four of last six games.
    -- Raptors won five of their last six games.
    -- Jazz are 6-2-1 vs spread in game following its last nine losses.

    Cold Teams
    -- Indiana lost three of its last five games. Nets lost last two games after winning 10 of previous 11.
    -- 76ers won/covered once in last five games.
    -- Cavaliers won/covered once in last six games.
    -- Bucks lost nine of last ten games (0-5 vs spread last five).
    -- San Antonio lost five of its last seven games. Kings lost last six games (4-2-1 vs spread on road).
    -- Portland lost four of its last six games.
    -- Clippers are 4-5 in their last nine games.


    Series records
    -- Pacers are 3-0 vs Brooklyn this year, winning by 15-17-14 points.
    -- Thunder won seven of last nine games with Washington.
    -- Hawks won eight of last nine games with Minnesota.
    -- 76ers lost five of last six games with Detroit.
    -- Rockets won four of last five games with Cleveland.
    -- Grizzlies won last six games with Milwaukee (4-2 vs spread).
    -- Bulls won nine of last 11 games with New Orleans; Chicago won last five visits to Bourbon Street.
    -- Spurs won seven in row, 17 of last 18 vs Sacramento (7-5 vs spread in last 12 meetings).
    -- Knicks won five of last seven games with Miami.
    -- Suns won last four games with Charlotte, covered last three.
    -- Trailblazers won nine of last ten games with Toronto.
    -- Clippers won last seven games with Utah (3-4 vs spread).


    Totals
    -- Over is 6-2-1 in last nine Indiana games.
    -- Seven of last eight Thunder-Wizard games went over.
    -- Under is 5-2-1 in last eight Minnesota games.
    -- Four of last five Detroit games went over total.
    -- Five of last six Cleveland games stayed under total.
    -- Last six Milwaukee-Memphis games stayed under.
    -- Four of last five Chicago games stayed under total.
    -- Over is 8-2-1 in last eleven Sacramento-San Antonio games.
    -- Five of last six Miami games went over the total.
    -- Eight of last twelve Phoenix games went over total.
    -- Under is 4-0-1 in last five Portland games.
    -- 13 of last 16 Clipper-Jazz games went over the total.


    Back to backs
    -- Nets are 3-2 vs spread on road if they played night before.
    -- Thunder is 6-2 vs spread if they played night before.
    -- Atlanta is 3-6 vs spread if they played night before.
    -- 76ers are 1-7 vs spread if they lost the night before.
    -- Bucks are 3-11 vs spread if they played the night before. Memphis is 4-0 vs spread if they played on road the night before.
    -- Sacramento is 4-6 vs spread if it played night before.
    -- Charlotte is 1-7 vs spread if it played on road night before.
    -- Toronto is 5-2 vs spread if it played on road night before.
    -- Utah is 3-1 vs spread on road if it played at home night before.

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    tante partite ma nessuna giocata solida che mi faccia impazzire...provo con queste
    e sopratutto andare 3 volte contro i thunder mi ha fatto male...obv oggi nn ci riprovo e i thunder si fermeranno

    NBA
    hawks +4,5 @1.29
    heat +2.5 @1.29
    bobcats +16.5 @1.26
    @2.11 (5u)


    NBA
    mem-mil under 188.5 @1.37
    nyk-mia over 193.5 @1.40
    @1.91 (5u)

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    ma le quote sotto osservazione che significa ?
    Oltretutto, con tutte le partite che ci stanno, perchŔ scegli sempre quelle con le quote sotto ossevazione ? Mi risulta incomprensibile.

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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da invicto Visualizza Messaggio
    ma le quote sotto osservazione che significa ?
    Oltretutto, con tutte le partite che ci stanno, perchŔ scegli sempre quelle con le quote sotto ossevazione ? Mi risulta incomprensibile.
    quando scriviamo i pezzi, per nn farli uscire troppo tardi, non ci sono ancora dati ufficiali su eventuali assenze/presenze che potrebbero cambiare tutto.nel caso di ieri c'era la vittoria di Atlanta come pronostico, da caricare solo nel caso di assenza di love per minnesota.

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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da gurupoker Visualizza Messaggio
    tante partite ma nessuna giocata solida che mi faccia impazzire...provo con queste
    e sopratutto andare 3 volte contro i thunder mi ha fatto male...obv oggi nn ci riprovo e i thunder si fermeranno

    NBA
    hawks +4,5 @1.29
    heat +2.5 @1.29
    bobcats +16.5 @1.26
    @2.11 (5u)


    NBA
    mem-mil under 188.5 @1.37
    nyk-mia over 193.5 @1.40
    @1.91 (5u)
    che sfiga...per mezzo punto a memphis non prendo tt e 2

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    oggi solo una partita in nba (e 2 in nhl).....tt l'america, quindi anche noi, sul superbowl nfl ovviamente...quindi torniamo domani con i normali pronostici....io per˛ preso qualcosina live su Under 186.5 @1.90 per Celtics-Magic

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    NBA - Risultati 2 Febbraio
    Ieri avevamo solo una partita nella notte del Super Bowl, la sfida di Boston tra Celtics e Magic che viene vinta dai padroni di casa, finalmente al primo trionfo con in campo Rajon Rondo. Nuovo stop in trasferta per Orlando che non si riprende nemmeno con il ritorno di Nikola Vucevic.

    BOSTON CELTICS-ORLANDO MAGIC 96-89
    Boston: Bass 19, Green 8, Sullinger 21, Rondo 19, Bradley 17; Johnson 3, Olynyk 1, Humphries 2, Pressey 0, Bayless 6.
    Orlando: Davis 15, Harris 13, Vucevic 14, Afflalo 18, Oladipo 12; Nicholson 0, O’Quinn 4, Harkless 9, Moore 2, Lamb 2.

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    NBA - Quote 3 Gennaio

    Vincente incontro

    martedý 04/02/2014 ore 01:00 1 2
    Washington Wizards - Portland Trailblazers 2,00 1,72
    martedý 04/02/2014 ore 01:30 1 2
    Miami Heat - Detroit Pistons 1,15 4,75
    martedý 04/02/2014 ore 02:00 1 2
    New Orleans Pelicans - San Antonio Spurs 2,55 1,45
    Oklahoma City Thunder - Memphis Grizzlies 1,20 4,00
    martedý 04/02/2014 ore 02:30 1 2
    Dallas Mavericks - Cleveland Cavaliers 1,15 4,75



    Vincente Handicap

    martedý 04/02/2014 ore 01:00 1 2
    Indiana Pacers - Orlando Magic ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 15.5 ) 1,80 1,90
    Washington Wizards - Portland Trailblazers ( Punteggio iniziale:1.5 - 0 ) 1,90 1,80
    martedý 04/02/2014 ore 01:30 1 2
    Miami Heat - Detroit Pistons ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 9.5 ) 1,85 1,85
    martedý 04/02/2014 ore 02:00 1 2
    New Orleans Pelicans - San Antonio Spurs ( Punteggio iniziale:4.5 - 0 ) 1,85 1,85
    Oklahoma City Thunder - Memphis Grizzlies ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 8.5 ) 1,85 1,85
    martedý 04/02/2014 ore 02:30 1 2
    Dallas Mavericks - Cleveland Cavaliers ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 9.5 ) 1,85 1,85


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    NBA - Preview 3 Febbraio

    Preview: Orlando At Indiana
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Monday, February 3, 2014
    Where: Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana
    The Indiana Pacers look to rebound from a sloppy performance and start to move forward again when they host the Orlando Magic on Monday. The Pacers, who are 3-3 in their last six outings, turned the ball over a season-high 24 times in the 97-96 victory over Brooklyn on Saturday that maintained a three-game lead on Miami atop the Eastern Conference. The Magic have lost 11 straight on the road and are expected to be without veteran point guard Jameer Nelson due to a sore left knee.
    Paul George leads the solid Pacers’ offense which boasts five players scoring in double figures and more depth is on the way with the signing of 7-foot center Andrew Bynum. Indiana leans on its defense, which tops the NBA in average points allowed (90.6), and rebounding – ranked second in the league with a plus-4.7 margin. The Pacers own the best home record in the league at 22-2 and the Magic are the worst on the road (3-22).
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN Florida (Orlando), FSN Indiana
    ABOUT THE MAGIC (13-36): Rookie Victor Oladipo took over most of the point guard duties with Nelson out Sunday, scoring 12 points and handing out five assists in the 96-89 loss at Boston. Arron Afflalo averages 20 points and shoots almost 42 percent from 3-point range, but was 3-of-14 from the field in the season-opening loss at Indiana. Center Nikola Vucevic has averaged 14 points and nine rebounds in three games since returning from a concussion, including his 17th and 18th double-doubles of the season.
    ABOUT THE PACERS (36-10): The starting lineup combined for 81 points against the Nets on Saturday and the Pacers’ bench was outscored by 33 in the loss to Phoenix last Thursday. Bynum is not expected to join the reserves for a few weeks and George told the Indianapolis Star, “We have no egos here. I think it will be an easy transition for us to open our arms to him.” George averages 22.9 points while Lance Stephenson (14.2), David West (13.1), Roy Hibbert (12.3) and George Hill (10.8) all contribute on the offensive end.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Hibbert stands second in the league in blocks (2.54) and leads the Pacers in rebounding (7.7).
    2. Orlando F Andrew Nicholson, who has played sparingly of late, had 18 points on 8-of-10 shooting in the 97-87 loss at Indiana on Oct. 29.
    3. Indiana has held 10 opponents to fewer than 80 points, but none since Jan. 10 in the 93-66 victory over Washington.


    Preview: Portland At Washington
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Monday, February 3, 2014
    Where: Verizon Center, Washington, District of Columbia
    The Washington Wizards took advantage of a weary Oklahoma City Thunder team Saturday night to shut down an impressive offense en route to a surprising victory. The situation is eerily similar Monday night as the Wizards look to climb above the .500 mark against the visiting Portland Trail Blazers. Portland traveled across three time zones for the start of a four-game road trip just two days after hanging on to defeat the Toronto Raptors 106-103.
    The Trail Blazers bring the league's highest scoring average into Washington (108.3), but have been plagued by a suspect defense surrendering the fourth-highest average in the NBA (103.4). Those struggles were on display against the Raptors, as the Trail Blazers squandered all of a double-digit fourth-quarter lead before coming back to win. Washington is led by dynamic point guard John Wall, who has double-digit assists in four of his last six games.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, CSN Northwest (Portland), CSN Mid-Atlantic (Washington)
    ABOUT THE TRAIL BLAZERS (34-13): He may not get any love in the MVP discussion, but Portland power forward LaMarcus Aldridge is having a season worthy of praise. The 28-year-old Dallas native Is averaging career highs in points (24.4) and rebounds (11.6), with both totals ranking in the top-6 league-wide. He has been particularly impressive over his last two games, going off for 27 points and 16 rebounds in a 98-81 loss to Memphis and following that up with a 27-point, 15-rebound performance versus Toronto.
    ABOUT THE WIZARDS (23-23): A pair of young Washington stars have been asked to participate in the festivities during the approaching All-Star Weekend - and both are considering declining the invitations due to injury concerns. Wall has been tabbed for both the Slam Dunk contest and the Skills Challenge, but told the Washington Post following Saturday's victory that a sore heel may prevent him from doing either. Backcourt mate Bradley Beal is recovering from a stress injury in his right fibula and may pass on participating in the 3-Point Shootout.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Washington has won back-to-back meetings, including a 98-95 triumph in Portland on Jan. 21.
    2. Aldridge averages 18.5 points and nine rebounds in 13 career games versus the Wizards.
    3. The Trail Blazers' 16-2 mark against the Eastern Conference is the best of any West team.


    Preview: Philadelphia At Brooklyn
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Monday, February 3, 2014
    Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
    The Brooklyn Nets look to snap a three-game slide when they host the stumbling Philadelphia 76ers on Monday. The Nets went a long way toward erasing the sting of a miserable start to the season with a 10-1 stretch but ran into a difficult span against three quality opponents and were unable to get the better of any of them, sandwiching one-point losses to Indiana and Toronto around a 25-point setback to Oklahoma City. Shaun Livingston scored a season-high 24 points at the Pacers on Saturday.
    The level of competition figures to drop when the 76ers come to town, losers of two straight and 12 of their last 15. Few of those losses have even been close, with just two being decided by single digits and the last four by an average of 16.5 points. That ugly trend continued with a 113-96 loss at Detroit on Saturday, when rookie standout Michael Carter-Williams sat due to a shoulder injury.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, CSN Philadelphia, YES (Brooklyn)
    ABOUT THE 76ERS (15-33): Word of the injury to Carter-Williams - who is listed as day-to-day - came just before the opening tip Saturday night, so it is understandable that Philadelphia was off from the start. However, the Sixers have little chance to compete no matter who is running the point as long as they continue to struggle to stop opponents on defense. Philadelphia gives up an average of 109.9 points, easily the most in the league, and is threatening to become the first squad since Golden State in 2009-10 to allow at least 110 a contest.
    ABOUT THE NETS (20-25): Livingston's 24-point performance marked the second straight game that he has contributed a bit more on the offensive end. The lanky guard has started the last 14 games for Brooklyn, helping the club go 10-4 in that stretch, but the wealth of guards and swingmen in the starting five has begun to severely hamper the club underneath. After producing an NBA record-low 17 rebounds in the loss to the Thunder, the Nets were outrebounded by a 46-27 margin at Indiana, a trend they hope to reverse if center Andray Blatche (hip) and forward Andrei Kirilenko (calf) are able to return Monday from their respective injuries.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Nets SF Paul Pierce has averaged 19.3 points and three steals while hitting 19-of-21 free throws during the three-game slide.
    2. Sixers C Spencer Hawes is averaging five points - nearly nine below his season average - in his last two games, failing to make a 3-pointer in consecutive contests for the first time this season.
    3. Brooklyn SG Joe Johnson hit 10 3-pointers in a 130-94 rout of Philadelphia on Dec. 16, but did not play in a 121-120 overtime loss at the Sixers four days later.


    Preview: Detroit At Miami
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Monday, February 3, 2014
    Where: American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
    The Miami Heat credited a bonding experience during last year’s Super Bowl as the spark that allowed them to win 27 straight games and go onto a second consecutive NBA championship. The Heat are hoping to kick off a similar post-Super Bowl run when they host the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday. The Pistons are coming off back-to-back wins and have Andre Drummond playing like a star on the interior - a spot where Miami struggles.
    The Heat won in Toronto on Super Bowl Sundy in 2013 and hung out to watch the game together before heading back to the states and winning 26 more in a row and 37 of 39 to close out the regular season. They got another streak started with a 106-91 triumph in New York on Saturday but instead of a nice homestand to get things rolling, Miami will host Detroit before heading out on the road for six straight. The Pistons crushed Orlando and Philadelphia in their last two games behind a total of 35 points and 31 rebounds from Drummond.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, FSN Detroit, Sun Sports (Miami)
    ABOUT THE PISTONS (19-27): Detroit has struggled at times to integrate both Drummond and Monroe into the offense, with Monroe moving over to the forward spot full time this season in deference to the younger Drummond. The two moved seamlessly on Saturday, combining for 43 points on 18-of-21 shooting and 26 rebounds in the 113-96 win over the 76ers. Drummond’s work on the interior was a big part of the Pistons’ 107-97 win at Miami on Dec. 3, when he hauled in 18 rebounds and was one of seven players to reach double figures with 10 points.
    ABOUT THE HEAT (33-13): Miami displayed the kind of team effort that led to the lengthy winning streak last season in New York on Saturday, when LeBron James led five players in double figures with 30 points and the Heat shot 53.9 percent. The most important aspect of that triumph was the play of Dwyane Wade, who put up 22 points on 10-of-15 shooting in his third game back after missing four in a row to rest his ailing knees. Miami allowed over 100 points in three straight games prior to Saturday, and James credited the defensive effort against the Knicks. “We were locked in defensively,” James told reporters, “and when we’re locked in like that we give ourselves a great chance to win any game.”
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Heat C Chris Bosh went 2-of-11 from the floor on Saturday to snap a string of four straight games connecting on at least 50 percent of his shots.
    2. Detroit G Brandon Jennings has scored at least 20 points in five straight games after going scoreless on Jan. 20.
    3. James nabbed a season-high six steals on Saturday and shot better than 50 percent from the floor for the eighth consecutive contest.


    Preview: New York At Milwaukee
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Monday, February 3, 2014
    Where: BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    The New York Knicks' recently-vaunted offense finally ran out of steam in a one-sided loss to the Miami Heat on Saturday night. The climb back to .500 begins anew Monday as the Knicks visit Milwaukee for a date with the lowly Bucks. New York managed just 91 points against the Heat after scoring more than 110 in four straight games; getting back to those lofty scoring numbers will be made easier against a Milwaukee team allowing the fourth-most points in the East.
    For a Knicks roster averaging fewer than 97 points on the season, the recent outburst surely provided a much-needed confidence boost. The surge was led by talented forward Carmelo Anthony, who averaged a season-best 28.7 points in 16 January games - a tally boosted by his franchise-record 62-point outburst in a 125-96 trouncing of the Charlotte Bobcats on Jan. 24. Milwaukee averages the fewest points in the league (91.9) and is just 4-18 at home.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, MSG (New York), FSN Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
    ABOUT THE KNICKS (19-28): Despite the early season-struggles, New York believes it's still capable of a playoff run - and indicated as much by making a serious last-minute pitch for free-agent center Andrew Bynum. The 7-footer, who was released by the Chicago Bulls immediately after being acquired in a trade with Cleveland, wound up agreeing to a deal with the Indiana Pacers. The Knicks fell short after only being able to offer Bynum the veteran's minimum; Indiana was able to counter with the mid-level exception, which pays $450,000 more than New York could offer.
    ABOUT THE BUCKS (8-39): Milwaukee looked like it might improve on its 4-21 road mark Saturday night in Memphis, keeping pace with the red-hot Grizzlies for three quarters before fading late en route to a 99-90 defeat. Power forward Ersan Ilyasova lamented his team's inability to stick with whatever was working through the first 36 minutes. "In the fourth quarter we stopped sharing the ball, moving the ball, and that's why we have all this trouble," he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "We have to be consistent with it."
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. New York has won both meetings this season, including a 107-101 overtime victory in their last encounter Dec. 18.
    2. Anthony averages 26.7 points and 7.7 rebounds in 27 career games versus Milwaukee.
    3. Bucks G O.J. Mayo is questionable for the game with an illness that has kept him out of action for nearly two weeks.


    Preview: San Antonio At New Orleans
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Monday, February 3, 2014
    Where: New Orleans Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana
    The San Antonio Spurs begin their yearly rodeo road trip with a visit to New Orleans to face the Pelicans on Monday. San Antonio will play nine consecutive away games before next playing at home on Feb. 26, and the Spurs have performed well on the road with a 16-5 mark. New Orleans is in the midst of a hot stretch with four wins in five games and opened a four-game homestand by beating the Chicago Bulls on Saturday.
    The Spurs ended a three-game losing streak by edging the Sacramento Kings on Saturday and the victory was much-needed. “Obviously, we were in a slump with those three losses,” point guard Tony Parker said. “We wanted to get back on the right track.” New Orleans is on a mini-roll despite being without forward Ryan Anderson (back) and point guard Jrue Holiday (leg). “We know this might be the team that we have for the rest of the season,” standout power forward Anthony Davis said after the win over the Bulls. “We have to definitely keep doing what we’ve been doing for the last four or five games and try to gel even more so we can go to the next level.”
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, NBATV, FSN Southwest (San Antonio), FSN New Orleans
    ABOUT THE SPURS (34-13): San Antonio remains without key players Manu Ginobili (hamstring), Kawhi Leonard (finger) and Danny Green (finger) but did get center Tiago Splitter (shoulder) back after a 12-game absence. Splitter had just two points and four rebounds in 17 minutes against the Kings but played well defensively. “It was great to be back on the court with the guys,” Splitter said afterward. “I wasn’t that aggressive on offense but I just tried to help the guys on defense with the coverage and helps.” Splitter is averaging 8.4 points and 6.1 rebounds this season.
    ABOUT THE PELICANS (20-26): Davis is averaging 25.3 points, 11.3 rebounds and seven blocked shots over his past three games and set a franchise mark with at least four blocks in six consecutive games. The second-year pro was disappointed not to make the Western Conference All-Star squad and had 24 points on 10-of-14 shooting to go with eight rebounds and six blocks against the Bulls in his first outing since being passed over. “I’m not trying to prove anything,” Davis said. “Everybody knows what I can do and what I’m capable of. Stuff happens and I can’t control that.” Davis is averaging 20.4 points, 10.3 rebounds and 3.3 blocked shots.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. San Antonio has won the past three meetings, including two victories earlier this season.
    2. Pelicans G Eric Gordon is just 9-of-32 shooting over the past two games and scored only nine points against Chicago.
    3. The Spurs added veteran G Shannon Brown prior to the game against the Kings and he was scoreless in 14 minutes.

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