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The Brooklyn Nets head into TD Garden on the back of four straight losses, all to Eastern Conference opponents. Their once championship-or-bust team with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving has been replaced by a slew of role players and a surplus of wings that have talent as pieces but are struggling to function as presently constructed.
The Celtics got back to winning ways their last time out but only narrowly staved off a comeback against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Jayson Tatum shone as Jaylen Brown returned from personal issues giving the Celtics the boost they needed.
The obvious pick to win Friday’s game will be the Celtics. Looking a level further at potential player prop picks, Cameron Johnson is shooting eight three-pointers per game since arriving in Brooklyn in the Durant trade. That is over two more three-point attempts per game than his previous career-high he set with the Phoenix Suns, so betting on him to hit three or four-plus triples could be a worthy investment.
After that game wraps up, the Grizzlies will head to mile-high to take on the Nuggets. These teams have the top two seeds in the Western Conference seemingly on lock, yet neither is viewed as a true powerhouse because of their lack of postseason success.
The Grizzlies are relatively poor on offense for such a winning team and have been flat-out bad on the road, losing 18 of their 30 games away from FedEx Forum. The Nuggets, on the other hand, have been sensational at home, winning 28 of a possible 32 largely behind the efforts of MVP favorite Nikola Jokic.
Jokic had a fairly easy night his last time out against the Houston Rockets as Jamal Murray dominated the proceedings (he still finished with a triple-double). Watch for him to step back into the spotlight against a solid defensive team and to advantage of Memphis center Stephen Adams’ injury-induced absence. Betting the over on Jokic’s points+assists+rebounds total is a strong play.
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