The aforementioned trend that touts Charlotte over New York tonight has a sort of inverse cousin that applies to Hawks-Clippers: Over the last three seasons, home favorites of 3.5 to 9.5 points with a winning record that have won four of their last five are 58-98 ATS when playing a team with a losing record. Los Angeles, while having reeled off three straight wins, is playing shorthanded without second-leading scorer Danilo Gallinari. Plus, the Clips figure to be residually winded on zero days rest after a Sunday matchup with the Kings, who rank second in the league in pace this season. The Hawks happen to rank first, and figure to use their fresher legs to their advantage on the road.
This should be an interesting game tonight but they Clippers haven't looked that great and I don't like them on the second half of a back to back. This is their fourth game in six days and I expect tired legs. I know it's the hawks but they can string together some games and I think they have a chance to win so I'll take the 6 points.
Pat Beverly has added a spark to the starting unit of this surging Clippers team. He and Avery Bradley are going to make life difficult for this already poor shooting Hawks Team. Collins will have a good game in the paint but no way they can keep up with the hot shooting of Lou Williams and the best bench in the NBA. Might be my favoirite line of the night. Favorite covers!
Covers community free betting prediction for Los Angeles Clippers (69% consensus). The Los Angeles Clippers responded to a five-game losing streak by winning four of their last five and look to continue moving forward when they host the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night. Montrezl Harrell recorded 25 points off the bench to lead six players in double figures and the Clippers distributed the ball well, registering 35 assists on 42 baskets, in a 122-106 over visiting Sacramento on Sunday... http://bit.ly/2iH5Ber