Tomas Satoransky won't keep shooting this hot forever, and the second night of a back-to-back is a good spot for regression. The Wizards got a big win last night, but have to face off against a Hornets team that is still dreaming for a playoff spot. Take the points.
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Playing on the road is not as big of a deal when you're rested and Miami comes in very well rested after only having one player in the All-Star game. This line should be closer to even money, so I'm taking the points here with the Heat.
The Mavericks have outright admitted they are in tanking mode, and I won't be surprised to see more minutes to their younger players. The Lakers have been playing young all season long, and they've held their own against mediocre teams. They are taking this one tonight in Lonzo Ball's return. Lay the points.
The back-to-back shouldn't be an issue for Cleveland coming out of the All-Star Break. And the talent gap is huge here. Memphis limped into the break on a seven-game skid and has far less motivation. Lay the points with the new-look Cavs, regardless of what happens Thursday night vs. Washington. I like the Cavs to cover for the ninth time in their last 12 visits to Memphis.
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The Thunder will continue to struggle defensively without Andre Roberson. Bogdan Bogdanovic is the real deal, and his performance at All-Star Weekend will only enhance his confidence. Back the Kings -- who are 11-1 ATS off three-plus days of rest -- to keep this interesting. Grab the points.
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