NBA Picks Wednesday - 6th March

Our picks for Wednesday's NBA action

Samuel Farley
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Tue, 5 Mar, 3:29 PM

We only won again yesterday! The last six selections have all been winners, which I think means this qualifies as a hot streak. I've got to urge some caution because today's games scare the life out of me. I'm excited to watch the Rockets in Toronto but the line is just too close to call for me, elsewhere on a small slate of games there's one that jumps has grabbed my attention.

 

 

Current Record - 19-15-1 (win/lose/push) +2.29u

Sam's NBA picks will regularly be giving you picks for the day's hoop action. I recommend backing these individually but you're welcome to parlay them too. Each pick is staked at one unit.

Thunder @ Timberwolves

It looks likely that Paul George will miss his fourth successive game and given his MVP-caliber season it's no surprise that Oklahoma will miss him. Dennis Schroder had a 17-point, 12-board and 6-assist game last time George was missing and he'll need to perform in this game too. It may give Russell Westbrook a chance to demonstrate his value, it's felt like he's sacrificed part of his game this year to help push George.

Statistically, things look good for OKC who is 54.5% ATS as an away underdog. They also rank fifth in the league in terms of winning games in which they enter as a road dog. The Timberwolves have lost three on the bounce and I think they'll add a fourth to that tonight.

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