Written and authored by National Basketball Association Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace. Charliessports.com produces it for Basketball Betting news and notes. NBA Premium Predictions have been winning at a 73.1% rate and will continue through the 2016 NBA Finals in June 2016. The (14-31) Phoenix Suns of the Western Conference Pacific Division will be in the Southeastern part and largest city of the “KEYSTONE STATE” for an out of Conference matchup. Phoenix takes on the lowly (6-39) Philadelphia 76ers of the Eastern Conference Atlantic in 2016 NBA action. The teams will play at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Tip-Off time is at 7:00 PM EST. The game is on Tuesday, January, 26th 2016. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Phoenix Suns organization is making progress with a young roster. Tuesday’s opponent also has youth, but it’s going to take a few more years. The NBA recently appointed a committee to help the struggling Philadelphia franchise. The Opening Betting Line has Phoenix as a three-point Road Underdog Against The Spread. The Betting Odds Total is 204′-points for Tuesday’s game.
The 2016 Phoenix Suns broke six-games losing streak on January 23rd at home over the Atlanta Hawks. Phoenix is currently on an East Coast swing with games in Cleveland and New York on the horizon. Suns head coach Jeff Hornacek is doing everything possible to keep the energy in the locker room. The injury bug has hit the team this season with several starters going down throughout the season. Recently leading scorer Eric Bledsoe suffered a season-ending knee injury. The Suns got down the seven healthy players in the finale of a recent homestand. However, the team put it on the back burner and beat the Atlanta Hawks. The Suns still has a strong arsenal of offensive players. Defensively the team ranks next to last in the NBA, giving up 106.6 ppg. Shooting Guard Archie Goodwin is stepping up his game and taking up some of the scoring slack vacated by the loss of Bledsoe. Goodwin, Brandon Knight, Bledsoe and Devin Booker are all former University of Kentucky basketball players.
The Philadelphia 76ers are 3-7 their last ten straight up, tow of them were winnable games but “PHILLY” lost in overtime. The team did get a much-needed win at Orlando on January 20th. Rookie center Jahlil Okafor is living up to his billing and has a soft touch around the rim. The former Duke Blue Devils lottery pick leads the 76ers in scoring with a little over seventeen points per contest. Philadelphia got backcourt help with a recent acquisition of Ish Smith. Head Coach Brett Brown knows that management must upgrade the roster. The 76ers ranks last in the NBA scoring the basketball. The defense is no much better allowing 104.9 ppg to the opposition. Forward Robert Covington has a nice touch from the three-point line, and Nerlins Noel grabs a team-high 8.3 rebounds per game. Rookie point guard T.J. McConnellis learning the game as a backup to Smith. The key to a Philadelphia win is to match the Suns intensity on offense.
Phoenix is 0-5 Against The Point Spread their last five on the road.
The Betting Odds Over The Total are 4-1 the last five meetings between the teams in “THE CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE”.
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