1. Sacramento @ Charlotte (11:05am AEDT)
Tip: Sacramento +5 ($1.91)

Sacramento are underrated! They have won 4 of their last 6 and their two losses came away from home in difficult travels to Miami and Atlanta. Charlotte may have won 3 of their last 5 but all of those wins have come against teams with a losing record namely Philly, Brooklyn and Portland. The Kings are finding a groove right now with Rondo and Cousins working in unison. The Wolf says that Sacramento are a big chance of winning this one and says with 5 points start we would be silly not to back them. The return of Collison gives them another ball handling option and they are getting great production out of Koufos off the bench. This one will go down to the wire and that make s the 5 point line far too big to resist.

2. New York @ Miami (11:35am AEDT)

Tip: New York +5 ($1.91)

If you are yet to see Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis in action do yourself a favour and watch this game. He was phenomenal in his sides win at Houston last time out and showed his complete range with 24 points on 8 for 12 shooting including 2 for 3 from beyond the arc. He also grabbed 14 board, dished out 2 assists and had 7 blocks. He will be tested in this one though as he comes up against Hassan Whiteside who leads the league in blocks. Porzingis is likely to show his range and draw Whiteside out of the key which allow team mates to both drive the lane and cut to receive passes. The Knicks continue to be underrated by bookmakers and the fact that they have covered the line in their last 7 is a clear indicator. On the flip-side Miami are 0-4 ATS in their last 4 despite winning 3 of them. The Unders is 9-1 in Miami’s last 10 and that should ensure this one is close. Knicks at the line and the Unders.

3. Detroit @ Milwaukee (12:05pm AEDT)

Tip: Under 191 points ($1.91)

The Bucks may be having a tough time of it at late but they return home and that should help turn things around. They suffered three consecutive losses on the road following their dramatic overtime win over the Cavs and they will look to bring back the hunger that has made them one of the best scoring defences in recent seasons. They have conceded 100+ points in 5 consecutive matches and that simply isn’t Bucks basketball. They are 6-0 ATS in the last 6 against Detroit and 3 of the last 4 meetings and the total has gone Under what has been set for this one on all those occasions. The Bucks are a different side at home and with former team mates Munroe and Drummond locking down the key this one will be played at a snails pace. The Unders is a great bet and the Wolf will also be taking Milwaukee 1-10 in the margins.