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NBA Betting: Brooklyn vs Memphis

Tuesday NBA betting action sees the Brooklyn Nets taking on the Memphis Grizzlies in Memphis, TN. Cappers picks provides free NBA handicapping tips all season long.

The struggling Brooklyn Nets have dropped their last two games and will visit one of the most consistent teams in the league, the Memphis Grizzlies.

NBA Basketball Odds

Brooklyn Nets (21-30) vs. Memphis Grizzlies (38-13)
Tuesday, Feb. 10
8:00 PM ET
FedExForum/Memphis, TN
NBA Betting Odds: MEM -12.5
NBA O/U Odds: 190.5
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The Nets enter this contest after dropping their previous two games to Milwaukee and Washington. Tonight will mark the third game of their eight-game road trip. If Brooklyn still hopes to make the playoffs this year, they must be able to get a few wins during this tough road trip.

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Last game against the Bucks, the Nets were led by point guard Jarrett Jack. Jack dropped 26 points and handed out eight assists after only shooting 3-of-12 in the previous game against Washington.

Brooklyn led by almost 20 points in last night’s game, but were unable to close it out after another rough third quarter. In the last three games, the Nets are being outscored by about 11 points in the third quarter, which brings the overall total to 34.

Arguably the most effective player for Brooklyn, Deron Williams, has been suffering from an illness over the last four games which has greatly effected his play.

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Williams was 0-for-5 last game and is shooting 6-for-34 over the last four games.


The Grizzlies are 9-1 in the last ten games and are coming off a very impressive win on Sunday against the league-leader in wins, the Atlanta Hawks. Memphis has been great at home this year with a record of 22-5. The reason for their dominance this season has been defense and rebounding. In their win on Sunday, they out rebounded the Hawks 55-37.

Point guard Mike Conley has been on fire lately. Last game he scored 21 points and dished out six assists. In the past four games he is shooting 54.9% and has been exceptional on defense. The entire Grizzlies starting line-up has been great, especially over the last 15 games where they have gone 13-2.

The front court of the Grizzlies, Gasol and Randolph, is dominating on the glass.

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Power forward Zach Randolph is averaging 18.3 points per game and 13.3 rebounds over the last 15 games. In the win over Atlanta on Sunday, Gasol scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to make it double-double’s for both of the big men.

NBA Handicapping Tips:

  • Nets are 1-4 ATS in their last five games against the NBA Southwest.
  • Grizzlies are 2-0-2 ATS in their last four games against the NBA Atlantic.
  • Nets are 1-4 ATS in their last five games playing on 0 days rest.
  • Favorite is 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings.

NBA Gambling Prediction

The struggles will continue for the Nets and despite the big spread of 12.5, expect the Grizzlies to cover it. Garnett and Plumlee are going to have their hands full with Randolph and Gasol. It looks like Deron Williams will not be able to play, or if he does he won’t be his normal-self.

Free 4* NBA Betting Pick: MEM -12.5

The Memphis Grizzlies starting line-up will be way too much for the Nets to handle and look for this one to become a blowout early.

Memphis 102, Brooklyn 86

Expect double-doubles for Randolph and Gasol and look for Conley to have another big game.

Check out our Updated NBA Betting Odds.

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By Kyle R.

Kyle is new to Cappers Picks and is from from Cleveland, OHIO. A Senior at The Ohio State University. Huge Cleveland sports fan (Cavs, Indians, and Browns), and has been been betting since he was legally allowed to do so ... at 18. He's also an avid shoe collector (mostly Jordans and LeBrons), and his dream is to see a championship in Cleveland, doesn’t matter if Browns, Indians, or Cavs. Any or all will do.