uthored by NBA Against The Spread Expert Analyst Charlie McDougall and produced by Charliessports.com for their 2014 NBA game on Wednesday Night November 19, 2014 at 7:30 pm EST.
The (6-5) Phoenix Suns of the NBA Western Conference Pacific division will make the trip from Boston where they beat the Celtics 118-114 on Monday to the Motor City to take on the (3-8) Detroit Pistons of the Eastern Conference Central division in 2014 NBA action. The game will be played at The Palace of Auburn Hills in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. This sports Handicapper believes the Phoenix Suns are better than advertised and could earn a playoff spot in the tough Western Conference. The Detroit Pistons have been one of the most disappointing teams in the league to start the season. The Opening Betting Line has the Detroit Pistons as a 2′ home underdog Against The Spread, and the total is posted at 205′ for Wednesday Night’s game.
The 2014-15 Phoenix Suns play their next three on the East Coast which started with a win in Boston, after Detroit the Suns take a trip to Philadelphia and Indiana. Phoenix is scoring 105 per game and giving up about 105 per contest. Phoenix is 0-4 Against The Spread their last four vs. Detroit and the under is 6-2-1 the last nine times the teams have played. Phoenix has covered three of their last five vs. The Number, going over the total three of their last five 2014 Winning NBA Expert Point Spread Predictions. Phoenix is a run and gun team, they play fast, and their guard tandem of Goran Dragic and Eric Bledsoe is one of the best in the West. The Morris twins are also good shooters, but the Suns will need to play a better style of defense.
The 2014-15 Detroit Pistons lost at home Monday Night 107-93 to the Orlando Magic and have lost five of their last six straight up. Detroit is 1-6 Against The Spread their last seven games following an ATS loss. The Piston have covered 7 of their last ten vs. Phoenix at the Palace. Detroit covered three of their last four Against The Spread, going over the total twice and staying under twice in the four-game span. The Key to a Detroit win is to feed the post, get the ball inside to Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe. Small forward Josh Smith shoots the ball too much, he needs to focus on defense more Points guard Brandon Jennings is solid and there is no doubt this team will get better as the season goes along.
Free Pick: Detroit+2′.