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Nets Odds Are Dropping Fast as They are in Desperation Mode

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Brooklyn is heading in the wrong direction. The Nets are just 2-12 in their last 14 games. 

Even the return of Kyrie and Caris Levert has failed to give this team any momentum. If anything, the entire roster is struggling because of it. Those who had significant roles in their absence are finding it tough to play with the Nets two primary ball handlers. Right now, Kenny Atkinson’s Nets are in shambles.

In addition, with DeAndre Jordan sidelined with a finger dislocation, the Nets have been rolling out lineups with just one healthy center. Wilson Chandler has been filling in. Although the NBA has been getting smaller in recent years, big men are circling their match-up with the Nets on their calendars and licking their lips. Teams are attacking Brooklyn’s weakness inside and destroying them. The biggest deficiency is on the glass, the team simply cannot rebound without a healthy Jordan. 

Nets Odds for Their Upcoming Slate of Games

Looking toward the Nets upcoming games, there is a chance to turn this ship around. Hosting the spiraling Detroit Pistons and lowly Chicago Bulls could offer the chance for some easy wins. Both in real life and on your betting ticket. Detroit has been the worst team in the league against the spread this year, beating the spread just 37% of the time. Interestingly, the Pistons have also been the best team to bet on the over point total. With the over hitting in 63.8% of Detroit games. Follow the trend and bet on your Nets with the point spread and the over in this game.

Brooklyn will hope to continue their winning ways in Washington. The Wizards have faced their own problems this season. Star point guard John Wall remains out for the year with a knee injury. Reports have recently surfaced star guard Bradley Beal is infinitely unhappy with the team and his situation. Washington has lost six of their last ten, most recently taking a 20-point drubbing in Atlanta on Sunday. The over has cashed in nearly 60% of Wizards games this year, look for that to continue in this game. 

Devin Booker, DeAndre Ayton, and the impressive young Phoenix Suns then visit the Barclays Center. The Suns play a fast and fluid brand of basketball that at times has made them look like world beaters. However, the team is inconsistent. They have no answer for Kyrie Irving defensively, so look for Uncle Drew to put up some numbers in this game. Prop bets are the way to go for this one. Take the over on Kyrie’s point total. 

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