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NBA Tips – Wednesday, March 11, 2020

WIZARDS VS KNICKS

Venue: Capital One Arena | Start: 10:00am AEDT

The New York Knicks and Washington Wizards will meet for the fourth and final time of the regular season when they tip off Tuesday night in the nation’s capital. Washington leads the series 2-1 and will look to close things out with a win on its home court, where it lost 107-100 to the Knicks on Dec. 28. The clubs also played twice in New York, with the Wizards winning both times — a 121-115 decision on Dec. 23 and a 114-96 victory on Feb. 12. In the most recent matchup, Bradley Beal topped the Wizards with 30 points, almost twice as many as his next closest teammate (Davis Bertans with 16). Meanwhile, Julius Randle led the Knicks with a double-double in the form of 21 points and 13 boards. Beal will look to build upon his career-high campaign in which he is averaging 30.4 points on 45.5 percent shooting. The Knicks’ top scorer is Randle, who is averaging 19.3 points to go along with 9.8 rebounds. Rookie guard R.J. Barrett continues to develop for New York, and he is averaging 14.1 points in 54 games (53 starts) on the season.

Win: Washington Wizards
Line: Washington Wizards -4.5
Total Points: Under 228.5

PACERS VS CELTICS

Venue: Bankers Life Fieldhouse | Start: 10:00am AEDT

The Indiana Pacers have a chance to pull within 2 1/2 games of the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference standings when the teams meet on Tuesday night in Indianapolis. Boston sits in third place in the conference at 42-21, but the Celtics have lost two games in a row and four of their last five. That has created an opportunity for Indiana, which sits in fifth place at 39-25 but has won six of its last seven contests. The teams have met only once this season, with Indiana emerging with a 122-117 win on its home court Dec. 11. Malcolm Brogdon led the Pacers with 29 points that evening, and Kemba Walker carried the Celtics with a game-high 44 points on 16-for-28 shooting. This time around, the Pacers will not have Brogdon, who is on the shelf because of a hip injury. Boston also is dealing with an injured player, Jaylen Brown, who sat out the team’s most recent game because of a bad hamstring. Indiana is 21-10 at home this season, while Boston is 19-12 on the road. The game represents a homecoming of sorts for Celtics head coach Brad Stevens, an Indiana native and the former head coach of Butler.

Win: Boston Celtics
Line: Boston Celtics -2.5
Total Points: Under 215.5

BULLS VS CAVALIERS

Venue: United Center | Start: 11:00am AEDT

The Cleveland Cavaliers will try to continue their improved play under new head coach J.B. Bickerstaff when they visit the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night. Cleveland is 5-5 under Bickerstaff after going 14-40 under previous head coach John Beilein. They have won back-to-back games over the Denver Nuggets and San Antonio Spurs to give them 19 wins on the season, matching their total from all of the 2018-19 campaign. Top scorer Collin Sexton is averaging 20.7 points per game and will look to boost that number against the slumping Bulls, who have lost three straight games against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Indiana Pacers and Brooklyn Nets. Chicago likely will be without top scorer Zach LaVine for a fifth consecutive game because of a quadriceps injury. His absence has been a tough blow to the Bulls, who have struggled to replace his production on the offensive end (25.5 points per game). Rookie guard Coby White could slide into the starting lineup after coming off the bench for the first 64 games of his career. The Bulls bring a 13-20 home record into the matchup, while the Cavaliers are 8-20 on the road this season.

Win: Chicago Bulls
Line: Chicago Bulls -4.5
Total Points:  Under 217.5

SPURS VS MAVERICKS

Venue: AT&T Center | Start: 11:00am AEDT

The Dallas Mavericks go to San Antonio to face the Spurs for the fourth time this season Tuesday night and they’re looking for a season sweep. The Mavericks are seventh in the Western Conference, but there’s not a lot of margin for error. Dallas is 3-2 this month, coming off Sunday’s 112-109 loss to the Indiana Pacers. The Mavericks haven’t suffered a defeat by a double-digit margin in more than a month, but they’ll want to do better in tight games. They’ve lost by four or fewer points six times in the past month. Forward Michael-Kidd Gilchrist has been out with illness for Dallas. Kristaps Porzingis had 28 points when Dallas defeated the Spurs 109-103 on Feb. 26. Dallas won 102-98 against San Antonio in December. A November matchup ended in Dallas’ favor by 117-110. Luka Doncic of the Mavericks is averaging 28.5 points per game. The Spurs are hurting without center LaMarcus Aldridge, who has missed six games in a row despite it appearing that he might be back on the court by late last week after dealing with a shoulder injury. When Dallas visits, it will be the beginning of San Antonio’s four-game homestand. Twelve of the Spurs’ last 20 games will come at home.

Win: Dallas Mavericks
Line: Dallas Mavericks -3.5
Total Points:  Under 227.5

ROCKETS VS TIMBERWOLVES

Venue: Toyota Center | Start: 11:00am AEDT

The Minnesota Timberwolves will unleash a new weapon upon the Houston Rockets when they seek to avoid a season-series sweep on Tuesday night. The Rockets have been unstoppable offensively in three straight wins this season over the Timberwolves, with Russell Westbrook (37.5 points per game) and James Harden (31.0) leading an attack that has averaged 131.7 points. Minnesota has countered with 112.7 points in the losses, and that was before they underwent a major roster shake-up at the trade deadline, adding, among others, Malik Beasley. The former Denver Nugget has been on a career-best roll of late, scoring a season-high 28, 24, a new season-high 29 and 21 points in his last four games. Minnesota has lost two in a row on the eve of a 10-day, six-game trip, one on which they will continue not to have Karl-Anthony Towns, who remains out with a sprained left wrist. The Rockets are coming off a 126-106 home loss to Orlando, their fourth straight defeat in a stretch in which they’ve shot just 51-for-175 (29 percent) on 3-pointers. Harden has gone just 8-for-42 (19 percent) during the losing streak, which equals the club’s longest since December of 2017.

Win: Houston Rockets
Line: Minnesota Timberwolves +12.5
Total Points: Under 244.5

GRIZZLIES VS MAGIC

Venue: FedExForum | Start: 11:00am AEDT

The Orlando Magic tries for a three-game winning streak for the second time in less than a month’s span when it goes to Memphis for Tuesday night’s game. Orlando closes a four-game road trip after double-figure victories against Minnesota and Houston. The Magic defeated Memphis 118-86 on Nov. 6 at home. That result ended a four-game losing streak. Six Orlando players scored in double figures in Sunday’s 126-106 victory in Houston. D.J. Augustin’s 24 points were tops for Orlando in the game, marking only the third time this season he was the team’s leading scorer. The Grizzlies have won four of their past five games even as they’ve dealt with some injuries as they cling to the final playoff position in the Western Conference. They’ve been off since Saturday’s 118-101 home victory against the Atlanta Hawks. Two of the injured Memphis players could return soon. Jaren Jackson Jr.’s knee injury and Justise Winslow has yet to play a game for the Grizzlies after he was acquired in a trade last month with the Miami Heat. Winslow has dealt with back ailments. Memphis has won six of its last seven home games. After facing the Magic, the Grizzlies go on the road for their next three games.

Win: Memphis Grizzlies
Line: Memphis Grizzlies -2.5
Total Points: Under 222.5

TRAIL BLAZERS VS SUNS

Venue: Moda Center | Start: 1:00pm AEDT

The Phoenix Suns hope to work their first-quarter magic on a fifth consecutive opponent when they visit the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday night. Devin Booker exploded for 20 points in the first 12 minutes Sunday, propelling the Suns to a 47-28 lead over the Milwaukee Bucks en route to a 140-131 win. The big first quarter came in the wake of a 41-28 start against Golden State, a 39-30 start against Toronto and a 34-22 start in a 127-117 home win over Portland last Friday. Aron Baynes was the big gun against the Trail Blazers, stunning the visitors with a franchise-record nine 3-pointers en route to 37 points. Starting in place of injured Deandre Ayton (still questionable with an ankle injury), Baynes followed up with four more threes and 24 more points against the Giannis Antetokounmpo-less Bucks. The wins over Portland and Milwaukee allowed the Suns to finish off a previously winless six-game homestand with a pair of victories. In the meantime, the Trail Blazers have returned to Oregon to start a six-game homestand of their own, and did so just as the Suns had — with a loss. Sacramento got the better of Portland 123-111 on Saturday, limiting Damian Lillard to 12 points, his lowest output since New Year’s Day.

Win: Portland Trail Blazers
Line: Portland Trail Blazers -5.5
Total Points: Under 232.5

WARRIORS VS CLIPPERS

Venue: Chase Center | Start: 1:30pm AEDT

The sight of Kawhi Leonard won’t be a pleasant one for Golden State Warriors fans when their team hosts the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night. Leonard was present on the final night of the Warriors’ Oakland era, when his 22-point performance in Game 6 of the NBA Finals last June helped give Toronto a championship-winning victory. A little more than four months later, Leonard was back in the Bay Area, this time helping usher in the Warriors’ most recent San Francisco era with 21 points in a 141-122 romp on opening night of the new Chase Center. The Clippers have gone on to win 43 games, and the Warriors to lose 49, including 109-100 in a January rematch in LA in which Leonard poured in 36 points. If one game can create momentum, it will be on the Warriors’ side Tuesday, with Golden State coming off a 118-114 home win over Philadelphia on Saturday, one day before the Clippers came up short, 112-103, in a showdown with the LA Lakers. The Warriors’ win snapped a 10-game home losing streak. A third Clippers triumph over the Warriors would clinch their first season-series victory over Golden State since 2006.

Win: LA Clippers
Line: Golden State Warriors +12.5
Total Points: Under 226.5

LAKERS VS NETS

Venue: Staples Center | Start: 1:30pm AEDT

The sight of Kawhi Leonard won’t be a pleasant one for Golden State Warriors fans when their team hosts the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night. Leonard was present on the final night of the Warriors’ Oakland era, when his 22-point performance in Game 6 of the NBA Finals last June helped give Toronto a championship-winning victory. A little more than four months later, Leonard was back in the Bay Area, this time helping usher in the Warriors’ most recent San Francisco era with 21 points in a 141-122 romp on opening night of the new Chase Center. The Clippers have gone on to win 43 games, and the Warriors to lose 49, including 109-100 in a January rematch in LA in which Leonard poured in 36 points. If one game can create momentum, it will be on the Warriors’ side Tuesday, with Golden State coming off a 118-114 home win over Philadelphia on Saturday, one day before the Clippers came up short, 112-103, in a showdown with the LA Lakers. The Warriors’ win snapped a 10-game home losing streak. A third Clippers triumph over the Warriors would clinch their first season-series victory over Golden State since 2006.

Win: LA Lakers
Line: LA Lakers -11.5
Total Points: Under 223.5