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NBA Picks for Friday August 7 | NBA Odds Pod (Ep. 58)

NBA Picks for Friday August 7 | NBA Odds Pod (Ep. 58)

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SGPN editor and NBA Odds Pod host Ryan McKee (@TheRyanMcKee) and NBA handicapper Zach Broner (@NBAZachB) pick every game against-the-spread for Friday August 7, 2020. The guys start by talking about that horrible backdoor cover the Milwaukee Bucks pulled on the Miami Heat … for those of us who took the Jimmy-Butler-less Heat +9.5 points. Ryan also has to crow about his Phoenix Suns remaining undefeated in the Bubble with another convincing win over the previously undefeated Indiana Pacers. Don’t look now, but that race for the eight and ninth seeds in the Western Conference is tight as hell!

After that, Zach and Ryan dive into previews and odds for Friday’s games: Utah Jazz vs San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder (-3) vs Memphis Grizzlies, Sacramento Kings vs Brooklyn Nets, Orlando Magic vs Philadelphia 76ers, Washington Wizards vs New Orleans Pelicans, and Boston Celtics vs Toronto Raptors. As of this recording, there aren’t many firm lines. Bookmakers are waiting for more injury news. Also, it just came out that the Jazz will be sitting most of their starters against the Spurs … so that line will probably change.

The guys finish by checking in on the Sharp Off! and Ryan brags about his 5-1 picks on Wednesday’s slate.

Make sure to check all updated NBA Picks at sg.pn/nbapicks and make sure to subscribe to NBA Gambling Podcast on Apple and Spotify.

 

 

A daily basketball podcast covering NBA betting news, odds, picks, props, research, analytics, stats, fantasy plays, and viral stories. Get your quick shot of gambling insight every weekday from the greatest handicappers, writers, DFS junkies, bookies, data scientists, conspiracy theorists, jerks, and comedians at SGPN. Hosted by site editor Ryan McKee (@TheRyanMckee) #DegensOnly SUBSCRIBE ON APPLE | SPOTIFY

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