Stephen Curry and Luka Doncic go face to face again as the Golden State Warriors do battle against the Dallas Mavericks.
Milwaukee and Brooklyn also take to the court ahead of the best bets for hump day in the NBA.
It was a big day yesterday as we nailied three of four best bets.
Let’s continue that winning run and slam dunk some more cash into those betting accounts!
Milwaukee @ Charlotte
April 28th 9:00am
A four-game home court winning streak is on the cards for Charlotte when it welcomes the Milwaukee Bucks to the Spectrum Centre on Wednesday.
The Hornets were super impressive in their 125-104 drubbing of the Boston Celtics on Sunday as Devonte Graham (24 points and nine assists) and P.J Washington (22 points and 12 rebounds) did the damage on the night.
Milwaukee, meanwhile, will not only be seeking revenge against a Hornets team who has handed it double defeats this season, but it will be looking avenge a 111-104 loss against the Atlanta Hawks.
It was a disappointing result for the Bucks who carried the momentum of back-to-back wins over the Philadelphia 76ers prior to falling short on Sunday.
Giannis Antetkounmpo continued to ‘wow’ the league with another double-double display in the loss to take his season average this season to 28.5 points, 11.4 rebounds and six assists per game.
Lamelo Ball will miss this game for the Hornets and he was a pivotal force in first fixture between the two teams this season.
Even without Ball, the line looks very generous here.
Suggested Bet: Charlotte Hornets +8.5 point spread at $1.91
Portland @ Indiana
April 28th 9:00am
The Portland Trail Blazers take to the court against Indiana in a bid to arrest a five-game slide which has seen its overall record drop to 32-28.
Back-to-back defeats against the Memphis Grizzlies meant the Trail Blazers had slumped to nine losses in their 11 fixtures and on the brink of slipping outside a guaranteed playoffs spot.
The tale of the tape for Indiana has been in contrast to the Trail Blazers.
Indiana enters this game on the back of three consecutive victories coming against Oklahoma, Detroit and Orlando.
Granted, the teams the Pacers have played to amass that winning streak are inferior to that of the Trail Blazers.
However, Indiana will be without Domantas Sabonis who was pivotal in the 111-87 win over the Trail Blazers back in January.
Even without Sabonis, the Pacers will be competitive but his absence may see the Trail Blazers pinch the victory in what looks set to be a very tight contest.
Suggested Bet: Indiana Pacers +3.5 point spread at $1.90
Brooklyn @ Toronto
April 28th 9:30am
The Brooklyn Nets will attempt to hold sway atop of the Eastern Conference when it travels to Tampa Bay for a contest against the Toronto Raptors.
If there were any doubts about the Nets’ finals’ credentials heading into the pointy end of the season then those questions were quashed after a 128-119 win over the Phoenix Suns.
However, the Raptors will fancy themselves in this contest having already gone two from two against the Nets this season.
Pascal Siakam was unstoppable for Toronto in both 123-117 and 114-103 victories over Brooklyn.
The power forward averages 30 points, 10 rebounds and six assists against the Nets and a repeat of those feats will see the Raptors tough to hold out.
Even with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant lighting up the court against the Suns, the Raptors can cover the point spread easily.
Suggested Bet: Toronto Raptors +6.5 point spread at $1.90
dallas @ Golden State
April 28th 11:30am
The Steph Curry show rolls on when Golden State welcome Dallas to the Chase Centre on Wednesday as it continues an incredible mid-season surge to the playoffs.
Curry is arguably in career-best form averaging 38.1 points per game in his last ten outings and that figure may increase given his record against Dallas this season.
The leading point-scorer of the NBA has managed to score an average of 42.5 points across two games against the Mavericks with the season series tied at one-a-piece.
Dallas got the better of the Warriors all the way back in February as Curry and Luka Doncic traded bucket for bucket in one of the highest scoring games of the season.
Incredibly, Curry’s 57-point effort was not enough to match Doncic’s 42-point, 11-assist game with the Mavericks holding on to an epic 134-132 victory.
Even though Dallas dished up a losing performance against the Sacramento Kings, expect them to hit back hard in this game.
Sit back and watch Curry and Doncic do their thing.
Suggested Bet: Dallas Mavericks -1.5 point spread at $1.98