The NBA regular season continues on Sunday with a juicy seven-game slate. We’re in fantastic form with our betting picks at the moment and have some more great plays for you right here!
NBA Betting Picks: Sunday, April 25th
Milwaukee Bucks at Atlanta Hawks
Philips Arena, 7:30pm ET
The Bucks are coming off a massive win over the undermanned 76ers, making it two wins from the spin after their disappointing loss in overtime against the Suns. It’s an important stretch coming up for a Bucks team that hasn’t been at their best this season, considering the lofty heights they’ve reached in recent campaigns.
The Hawks have been solid since the All-Star break to work themselves into a playoff position; however, they now have an extensive injury list that will make it tough for them to stay competitive going forward. In saying that, they’ve battled away admirable of late and come into this off a fantastic win over the heat.
These teams have already met each other twice this season and on both occasions it’s been the Bucks who have saluted by double-figures. Considering the injuries the Hawks have at the moment, it’s highly likely that the third meeting is much like the first two.
Indiana Pacers at Orlando Magic
Amway Center, 8pm ET
The Pacers have had a really tough season and have never really been able to hit their straps, which could cost them a spot in the playoffs. They have managed to pull off some wins in their past couple of games to stay in the hunt, but their growing injury list will make it hard for them if they do end up making the playoffs.
The Magic were always going to struggle this season after things didn’t go their way early in the piece. They’ve decided to go down the route of a total rebuild and will struggle to win games as a result. Most recently, the Magic were absolutely destroyed by the Pelicans to the tune of 35 points.
The Pacers certainly have some injury problems at the moment and that will obviously hurt them, but they should still be too strong for this inexperienced Magic line-up. With so much on the line, we expect the Pacers to win this one easily.
Sacramento Kings at Golden State Warriors
Chase Center, 10pm ET
The Kings have had another season where they’ve failed to live up to expectations, which will see them miss the playoffs for yet another year. De’Aaron Fox has taken his game to another level and is always a threat to drop 30 points, but the limited help around him has hurt the Kings tremendously.
The Warriors are putting their best foot forward in an attempt to ensure they at least finish in the top 10 and claim a play-in place. Steph Curry is doing everything he can to make sure that happens and was sensational again last time out against the Nuggets.
On current form alone, the Warriors deserve to be the really short favorites that they are in this matchup. Just about every game for them from now on is a playoff game, so we expect them to bring the heat and get the job done comfortably on their home deck.
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