NBA Hot & Cold Teams for Week of January 24-30

NBA Hot & Cold Teams for Week of January 24-30

NBA fans and gamblers have an exciting playoff race to handicap for the next three months. Both the Eastern and Western Conferences have multiple teams fighting for the final postseason spots. Of course, the top contenders do not necessarily equate with good NBA bets value. Some of the worst teams are making money on the board these days as hidden gems. By contrast, some of the more popular teams are splashing gamblers with plenty of red ink. With that in mind, let’s prepare for the upcoming week with who’s hot and who’s not in the NBA.

NBA Hot and Cold Teams for This Week

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Hot Teams

Philadelphia 76ers

Late on, the 76ers have covered seven of their most recent ten online wagering matchups. Philadelphia stands at 26-19 straight up, 22-22-1 against the spread, and 17-26 under the total. The 76ers boast the 7th ranked scoring defense in the Association. Namely, Joel Embiid leads Philadelphia with 28.4 points and 10.6 rebounds per game.

At the onset of the week, Philadelphia hosts New Orleans on Tuesday. On Thursday, the Lakers will visit the 76ers. While Sacramento will take the hardwood at Philadelphia on Saturday.

Memphis Grizzlies

On the whole, few teams are hotter than the Grizzlies. Memphis has covered eight of its last ten games. The Grizzlies stand at 32-16 straight up, 31-17 against the spread, and 24-23 over the total. Memphis ranks 4th in the NBA for scoring offense. Namely, Ja Morant leads the Grizz with 25.1 points and 6.9 assists per game.

Cold Teams

Washington Wizards

Washington has covered only one of its previous nine games for NBA Bets. As a result, the Wizards are 23-23 straight up, 19-26-1 against the spread, and 24-21 over the total. Washington has mediocre metrics of 17th for scoring offense and 21st for points allowed.

On Tuesday, the Wizards will host the LA Clippers. And then Washington will start a three-game road trip at Memphis on Saturday.

Boston Celtics

Boston remains one of the most disappointing teams in the NBA this season. To illustrate, the Celtics are 23-24 straight up, 22-24-1 against the spread, and 21-25 under the total. Boston’s 20th ranked scoring offense remains a drag on the board. Following the 2021 NBA Playoffs, former head coach Brad Stevens moved up to the front office. Perhaps he saw what s coming. Boston has covered only two of their most recent seven games.

Boston will host Sacramento on Tuesday. In turn, the Celtics are in Atlanta on Friday and in New Orleans on Saturday.

Utah Jazz

Utah is in their worst stretch on the board all season. Consider that the Jazz has covered only one of their most recent nine games. Now the Jazz stand at 30-16 straight up, 20-25-1 against the spread, and 23-22 over the total. First in the NBA for the scoring offense has been a Utah asset. But the normally stout Jazz defense has slipped to 12th for points per game allowed.

Of great concern is the concussion suffered by Donovan Mitchell, who was out on Sunday. Mitchell leads the Jazz with 25.5 points per game. Top rebounder Rudy Gobert has a tender ankle, making his status questionable.

Utah hosts Phoenix on Monday and then visits the Suns on Wednesday. Following that is a Friday game at Memphis and a Sunday matchup at Minnesota.