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Best tips and picks for Monday’s NBA acca: Back Knicks to beat Rockets, Jazz to beat Warriors

There’s a 10 game slate in the NBA on Monday night but our first acca of the week focuses in on the Knicks at Rockets, Bulls at Hawks and Warriors at Jazz.

It’s a new week full of opportunities in the NBA and we kick things off with 10 matchups on Monday night.

Tonight’s effort is priced at 4/1 at the time of writing.

Monday’s NBA acca

New York Knicks to win

Chicago Bulls +8.5

Utah Jazz to win


New York Knicks @ Houston Rockets

We’ll take a flyer on the Knicks to get us started. They’re a four-point favourite against the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center, but we’ll take them to just win.

Jalen Brunson is healthy and set to play while Isaiah Hartenstein’s return, plus the addition of scorer Bojan Bogdanovic, give them something to work with.

OG Anunoby, Mitchell Robison and Julius Randle are still out, but the Rockets are banged up too and it’s shown in four straight losses culminating in a nine-point loss to the Hawks.

They’ll be without Fred Van Vleet’s scoring Tari Eason’s defensive prowess and potentially big man Alperen Sengun, which would really swing this game towards the Knicks.



Chicago Bulls @ Atlanta Hawks

Don’t look now, but the Hawks are starting to look like a team. They’ve been on a really strong ATS run recently, going 6-2 SU and 6-1 ATS.

Credit where it’s due for their recent run of form, but the majority of their wins saw them take advantage of weakened teams dealing with injury issues.

The Chicago Bulls will be without Patrick Williams this evening but that’s nothing new, and Alex Caruso is currently listed as questionable.

If Caruso suits up then this line moves towards Chicago and we wouldn’t write off an outright win for Chicago, who are on a 4-1 ATS run against Atlanta and 8-3 ATS on this court.



Golden State Warriors @ Utah Jazz

This could be an emotional experience for Golden State as they return to Utah. Coach Dejan Milojevic sadly passed away here in January in the buildup to this contest after suffering a heart attack at a team dinner.

The Warriors have been playing some very good basketball since Draymond Green returned. Not just because of his defensive presence but also his ball handling.

They’ve won their last four contests but here they’ll face a Utah Jazz team that have enjoyed three days of rest and this is sandwiched between facing divisional rivals Phoenix Suns and LA Clippers.

We can’t ignore that the Jazz are 20-7 ATS at home, 36-16 ATS as an underdog at home and on an 8-3 ATS run after a defeat.

The Warriors are just 15-35 ATS as a road favourite of 0.5 to 4.5 points and they’ve lost six of seven visitors to Utah.



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