TOM STRYKER’S FREE BASKETBALL SELECTION MONDAY, MARCH 15TH
#506 BROOKLYN (-8′) over New York at 8 PM EST
Even though the Nets hold a soft 19-32-1 ATS mark in their last 52 meetings with the Knicks, Brooklyn will still have no trouble covering this number. New York enters this contest on a spiffy 9-4 SU and ATS run in its last 13 games and this will be a huge challenge for head coach Tom Thibodeau and his crew.
When competing against an opponent that holds a team won/loss percentage of .501 or better this season, the Nets have been a solid investment notching a strong 14-2 SU and 12-4 ATS record. In this role fighting a foe that scoots in with confidence off a straight up win, Brooklyn improves to a rewarding 13-0 SU and 11-3 ATS. Also, clinging to a sensational 12-1 SU and 11-2 ATS mark in their last 13 games, the Nets have been one of the NBA’s best since early February. As long as Brooklyn isn’t favored by -11 or more, this team trend jets to a solid 11-1 ATS.
This is a horrible wagering spot for New York. Since December 27th, 2017, the Knicks have struggled when facing an opponent that enters with confidence off a straight up win posting a disturbing 25-98 SU and 44-77-2 ATS record. In this role running with a pointspread won/loss percentage of .501 or higher, the Boys from the Big Apple fall to a horrible 7-48 SU and 14-41 ATS including a woeful 3-21 SU and 4-20 ATS if Coach Thibodeau’s troops own a team won/loss percentage of .350 or better.
With Kevin Durant on the shelf (hamstring), James Harden and Kyrie Irving have been lights out for head coach Steve Nash’s squad. Rest assured, Harden and Irving will have no trouble extending the margin in this battle. Take Brooklyn. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.
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