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Market Report Recap for Wednesday, November 10th
It was the underdogs’ day on Wednesday as they went 7-6 ATS with six outright wins. Among those victories was the Charlotte Hornets who extracted the chunk of flesh we bettors were owed from the Memphis Grizzlies by beating them 118-108 on the road. We also saw some losing streaks get extended last night when Portland fell to 0-6 SU and ATS on the road this season and Minnesota lost and failed to cover its sixth consecutive game.
Market Report for Tuesday, November 11th
It is a short slate of just three games today and three of the six teams come in on the second leg of a back-to-back.
*Indicates team is on the second leg of a back-to-back
**Lines are opening numbers
*Toronto Raptors at Philadelphia 76ers (-2, 213.5)
The Raptors come into Thursday on an 0-3 S and ATS slide after getting blown out by the Celtics in Boston last night. Their offensive woes have sprung up yet again as they work Pascal Siakam back into the lineup, but tonight Siakam is unavailable which might be a blessing in disguise for a team that was starting to find its identity before his return. Toronto is also facing a Philadelphia with an injury report that is a mile long. Seth Curry and Tobias Harris are questionable to play, and Joel Embiid and Matisse Thybulle remain out. The rash of absences has greatly affected the 76ers who are 0-2 SU and ATS in the last two games with a 106.8 offensive rating. Toronto is up to + 3 at every shop, but that is the usual reaction from the betting market when teams are playing on consecutive nights. I will not have a dog in this fight, but the Raptors would be my preferred side should only Siakam be on the injury report once submitted. Also, it is worth noting this total has dropped to 210 at most shops which speaks to the potential offensive struggles of both teams.