Brooklyn Nets at Atlanta Hawks Point Spread Pick - Odds - Free NBA Predictions
The Atlanta Hawks will host the squad from New York’s most famous borough, the Brooklyn Nets at the Phillips Arena in the ATL. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:35 PM and scheduled to be televised on both FOX and the YES Network. The teams have twice already this season and split the series one game per side. The most recent excursion in Brooklyn on Saturday was an Atlanta victory, where the Hawks would sweep in on the Nets and emerge triumphant 114-102 in the Barclay’s Center.
Brooklyn Nets at Atlanta Hawks Overview
As mentioned the two teams met just two days ago in different environs. The Nets boast a unique and candid home court advantage in the BK but it did not stop Atlanta from earning the win. The Nets were favored by 4.5 points at the close of the market and led by as much as five points early in the first quarter. However, Atlanta would head to the front and lead by as much as 17 points and never look back. Turnovers were a significant contributor to the outcome of this game as the Nets committed nine more than their Southeast Division adversaries.
Brooklyn at Atlanta NBA Key Betting Trends
- On the year, the Hawks stand at 5-17 SU while also owning a 10-11-1 record against the spread.
- The Nets enter with 8-14 SU record but own a qualitative record against the spread.
- The Nets have shown immense value at 14-8 ATS.
Public Money Consensus
Out of the gate we have seen a lean on the Hawks as 90% of the cash and 80% of the tickets have come in on Atlanta. On the Money Line, the Nets are priced as a +120 road dog while the Hawks come into this fixture as a -140 home favorite. The Over/Under has fallen by just a half of a point to 217.5 from the open, indicating action on the Under. 78% of the cash is on the Under whilst 80% public funding is on the Over.
Brooklyn Nets at Atlanta Hawks Pick
Despite Atlanta winning by convincing margins in Brooklyn, the market is reluctant to believe the Hawks are capable of such dominance again even on their own court. This is reflected in the low-hanging fruit we see in this market. The Hawks seem like a steal here and the public has followed suit and scoffed up Atlanta with the minimal spread. There is an old saying that we like to apply frequently to scenarios like this one: if it is too good to be true, it most certainly is. The Nets played extremely sloppy on Saturday and chances are they will clean this up and adjust. With that being said, we will happily give away the bucket and take Brooklyn outright as that enhances our return by 30% if successful. The Nets outright get the nod.