The NBA regular season is set to conclude and teams are looking for a final push to the postseason. There is a full slate of games for April 10 with the Spurs and Mavericks headlining the action.
Milwaukee Bucks versus Cleveland Cavaliers
Milwaukee enters third in the Eastern Conference and takes on the Cavaliers, seventh in the conference. Milwaukee has a +21 to +11 advantage on the Power Ranking Indicator and “average” versus “ice cold down” on the Team Strength Oscillator. The Score Predictor has Milwaukee by a 122-112 score with 54 percent confidence. Both teams have been involved in games “over” the line in four of their last six. The Team Volatility Oscillator shows that both teams are stable. I like Milwaukee on the road in a game going “over” the line.
Miami Heat versus Orlando Magic
The Heat is first in the Eastern Conference, while the Magic are last. The Heat have a +28 to 0 advantage on the Power Ranking Indicator and “burning hot” versus “dead” on the Team Strength Oscillator. The Score Predictor has Miami by a 122-106 margin with 64 percent confidence. The Heat has been involved in games “over” the line in four of their last six games, while the Magic have been “over” in three of their last six. The Magic have been extremely consistent with regards to their favorite/underdog status. Look for Miami to win and cover, but avoid the “over/under” bet.
San Antonio Spurs versus Dallas Mavericks
Dallas is fourth in the Western Conference and San Antonio is in the play-in game at tenth in the conference. Both teams are “burning hot” on the Team Strength Oscillator and the Mavericks have a +24 to +14 edge on the Power Ranking Indicator. The teams have been trending in games on opposite sides of the over/under line. The Score Predictor likes San Antonio by a 121-105 score with 80 percent confidence. Both teams are showing great stability according to the Team Volatility Oscillator. I like the Spurs on the road in a bit of an upset.
Chicago Bulls versus Minnesota Timberwolves
Chicago enters with the sixth-best record in the Eastern Conference and Minnesota is seventh in the Western Conference. The Timberwolves have a +20 to +16 edge on the Power Ranking Indicator and “average down” versus “ice cold down” on the Team Volatility Oscillator. The teams have combined to be in games “over” the line in seven of their last 12 games. The Score Predictor has Minnesota by a 120-102 score. Both teams are showing great stability and Minnesota should be a home favorite. Look for Minnesota to win in a game going “over” the line.
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