Last Updated Nov 23, 2022, 8:39 PM
TNT Tuesday Odds
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Now that the dust has settled from another TNT Tuesday slate, we can take a look at how it all went down.
The Nets sure are something, eh?
Five Philly players scored in double-figures, led by Tobias Harris' game-high 24 points on 10-of-21 shooting from the field. While Harris was great all game, he really cooked Brooklyn in the fourth to keep the Sixers ahead. Shake Milton also hit some key buckets down the stretch in the dub.
For Brooklyn, Kyrie Irving did all he could, but it wasn't enough as his squad fell to 7-10-1 ATS and 8-10 SU.
In the late game, the Phoenix Suns juuuuuust covered the spread against the Lakers and won 115-105 to improve to 11-6 both SU and ATS. LA had trouble defending Phoenix all night, as Devin Booker and Mikal Bridges each scored 25 points, but the real story of this game was Anthony Davis.
You may remember when we last convened in this space, we mentioned AD's recent tear over his past three games.
And well...he did it again.
Despite the loss to fall to 5-11 both SU and ATS, Davis amassed 37 points on 11-of-17 shooting from the field, 21 rebounds, two assists, five steals, and five blocks. As you'd imagine, he became the first player in NBA history to put up 35-20-5-5 in a game.
TNT Tuesday Odds
As the TNT Tuesday games get closer, stay tuned for updated odds and lines.
As of this writing, the Warriors haven't quite been the Warriors this season, as they own one of the worst net ratings in the league.
The Mavs, meanwhile, have one of the best, and Luka Dončić flirts with a triple-double almost every time he's out on the court.
It should be a fun one.
In the late matchup, we have a banged up Clippers squad facing a pretty surprising Blazers team led by Damian Lillard (of course) and the budding Anfernee Simons. Simons has been great with Lillard out with a strained right calf, but hopefully we'll see both guys (and teams) healthy come Nov. 29.
Time will tell.
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TNT Tuesday Schedule November 2022
|7||Nov. 29||Golden State Warriors at Dallas Mavericks||7:30 PM|
|7||Nov. 29||LA Clippers at Portland Trail Blazers||10:00 PM|
There are only two more TNT Tuesday NBA matchups left in November. In addition to Warriors-Mavs, you also have Clippers-Trail Blazers on Nov. 29.
TNT Tuesday Odds FAQ
When does NBA TNT Tuesday start?
NBA TNT Tuesday began Oct. 18 with 76ers vs. Celtics at 7:30 PM ET and Lakers vs. Warriors at 10:00 PM ET.
How can I watch NBA TNT Tuesday?
You can watch NBA TNT Tuesday with your cable provider or streaming TV service as long as you are subscribed to a plan that includes TNT.
Is it better to place a bet early or late?
You risk missing out on a good line if you don’t bet early, but injuries and such can happen and hurt your bet if you do place your wager too early. As such, this is more of a personal preference and case-by-case basis.
How often do favorites win in the NBA?
Last season, the favorite won 67.73% of the time (890 wins, 424 losses) in the NBA.