Live On Air

Streaming Now: Prime Time Action

play Watch Live radio Listen Live

NBA betting market report: Daily picks, advice for Monday 11/15


Welcome to the daily NBA betting market report, your source for analysis on the betting lines for the day in professional hoops. For updates throughout the day follow me on Twitter, or check out The Edge daily at 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT.

All game lines via VSiN NBA Odds page.

Market Report Recap for November 13th-14th

The league’s second-longest win streak was snapped last night as Chicago took care of business against Los Angeles on Sunday night. DeMar DeRozan was incredible with 35 points on 12-of-16 shooting to go with seven rebounds and five assists. It was an impressive rebound for the Bulls who were blown out on Friday night by the Warriors. They improve to 9-4 SU and ATS (69.2%) on the season.

With the Clippers taking their first loss since Oct. 29 it is the Suns who stand alone with the longest active win streak at eight straight after they trounced the Rockets on Sunday. Phoenix has covered seven of those games and over this span has outscored opponents by 12.2 points per 100 possessions. It is worth pointing out that the best team in terms of net rating the Suns have beat during this stretch is Portland which ranks 13th (+ 1.3), but they can only play who is front of them. It will be interesting to see how the market treats them when they face a top team.

Market Report for Monday, November 15th

There are 11 games on the schedule today, so what are you doing wasting time and reading this? Get in there.

*Indicates team is on the second leg of a back-to-back

**Lines are opening numbers

New Orleans Pelicans at Washington Wizards (-2.5, 213.5)

After a win and cover in Orlando on Saturday the Wizards improved to 4-0 SU/3-0-1 ATS in its last four games. There is still a “smoke and mirrors” feel to this team, but the opportunity has not really presented itself to consistently play against them. Their offense during this win streak has managed just 107.2 points per 100 possessions despite facing three teams (Milwaukee, Orlando, Memphis) that rank 22nd or lower in defensive efficiency. Against elite defenses this offense is going to be a problem, but that is not New Orleans. The Pelicans are 29th in defensive efficiency in non-garbage time minutes (113.9) and 28th in net rating (-10.3) giving the Wizards another opportunity to pad the resume. Bradley Beal is out tonight as he takes time to mourn the passing of his grandmother, but do not think Washington will struggle without him. The Wizards have outscored their opponents by 6.6 points per 100 possessions with him off the court this season.

back to news


Ask VSiN Your Sports Betting Questions

Spell Check


View All

Google Play
App Store