Winning NBA Expert Point Spread Predictions, and Odds for Wednesday, January 10, 2018: Detroit Pistons at Brooklyn Nets.

Written and authored by National Basketball Association Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. produces it for Basketball news and notes.

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The (21-18) Detroit Pistons of the Eastern Conference Central division are in the most populous borough of the “BIG APPLE” for a conference matchup. Detroit play’s the (15-25) Brooklyn Nets of the Eastern Conference Atlantic.

Tip-off is 7:30 PM EST. The game is on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.

The teams will play at Barclays Center where Atlantic meets Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.

Local television networks will broadcast the game.

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Miami must find some star power to contend with the elite in the Eastern Conference. Detroit arrives in New York City and must get back to playing competitive basketball.

The Brooklyn Nets are young but give one hundred percent each night.

The Opening Betting line has the Detroit Pistons as a one and a half point road favorite against the spread. The betting odds total is 204 points for Wednesday’s contest.


The Detroit Pistons are just 1-3 their last four straight up and 2-2 to the Las Vegas point spread.

Detroit is in a second-place tie with Milwaukee for second place in the division.

Head Coach Stan Van Gundy is in his fourth season on the bench in the “MOTOR CITY.” Detroit is rich in basketball tradition at all levels and hopes to restore a winning culture.

The “BAD BOY’S” of the 1980’s come to mind with Chuck Daly leading a team who was tough in every sense of the word.

Van Gundy understands this is a new era and players aren’t as gritty as they once were.

Detroit is a Blue Collar town, and maximum effort is expected each night which they are doing on defense, allowing opponents 101.9 ppg, sixth in the league.

Starting point guard Reggie Jackson is out for at least a month and a half with an ankle sprain. Tobias Harris is the teams leading scorer and is consistent outside shooter.

Center Andre Drummond is the face of the franchise but has offensive challenges. However, the former University of Connecticut star is a force on defense.

Detroit must be patient and play through Drummond.

Bovada.Lv lists the 2018 Detroit Pistons total wins at thirty-eight and a half games for the season.


The 2018 Brooklyn Nets need rest after their 114-113 overtime home loss to Toronto on Monday, January 8th.

However, Brooklyn is a six-game point spread winning streak. The Nets are also 4-1 to the number the last five against Detroit, And we are making bettors aware of this crucial statistic.

As expected, the Nets are at the bottom of the standings in the Atlantic division. and 9-12 straight up when playing in front of the home fans.

General Manager Sean Marks has a handle on the pulse of the Nets, and they will back in the mix sooner than later.

Head Coach Kenny Atkinson is in his second season; the Long Island native is instilling a defense-first mentality, especially with star D’Angelo Russell recovering from a knee injury.

Brooklyn ranks near the bottom of the league allowing opponents nearly one hundred and nine points per game.

The key to a Nets wins to make open shots and force Drummond to defend outside the post.

Bovada.Lv lists the 2018 Brooklyn Nets Over/Under win total at twenty-eight games.

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