Andrew has been helping you handicap MLB and college football odds since joining the Covers Team in 2013. He’s always looking for the best betting angles on the baseball diamond – like banging the DeGrom Gong – and delivers his three favorite NCAA football picks each week in his Triple Option column. He’s also a co-host of Covers’ Prop Shop podcast, serving up delicious prop picks for hungry NFL bettors.
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Bam Adebayo went off for 41 points, nine assists and five rebounds against Brooklyn on Saturday, and we think he's in for another big game against these same Nets tonight.
Jaylen Brown is averaging 31.5 points over the last four games while shooting 52.2 percent from the floor. That includes going off for 33 points in just 19 minutes of action against Cleveland.
Just 12 games into his third NBA season, Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic has moved into 15th on the NBA's all-time triple-double list—passing some guy named Michael Jordan.
The Suns have come a long way over the last few seasons, now ranking 11th in defensive efficiency, 10th in defensive rating and fifth in scoring defense.
Luka Doncic is absolutely assaulting box scores after a slow start (for him, at least), averaging 27/12/11 in the month of January.
Zion Williamson is filling it up (27.8 points on 65.2 percent shooting over his last five), but the same can't be said for the rest of the Pelicans, who face a stingy Jazz defense tonight.
LeBron is putting up what looks like an effortless 23.7 points on 47.9 percent shooting, with 7.9 rebounds and 7.5 assists per game for the Lakers, who enter tonight undefeated on the road.
Chris Paul and Phoenix have dropped two straight games, but find an excellent get-right spot tonight against the trade and injury-depleted Houston Rockets.
The Kings can't stop anybody so far this season, so counting on them to cool off Paul George (51 percent from long range) is asking a lot.
Even on cruise control, the Lakers are easily thumping opponents, sitting at 11-3 SU on the season, with ATS wins in four straight games.
Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry has grabbed at least six boards in eight of his last nine games, but his rebounding total tonight against Dallas is just 5.5.
It's Big 12 Championship or bust for the Iowa State Cyclones, and if they can claim the conference title – and knock off Oklahoma — they could also find themselves in the College Football Playoff.
Luka Doncic, the betting favorite to win the MVP award, leads the Mavericks with 27.4 points, 9.6 rebounds and 9.3 assists per game.
LAC's Paul George is shooting a ridiculous 51.6 percent from 3-point range on 8.3 attempts per game, and has hit five threes in three consecutive games.
Warriors forward Draymond Green is almost back to 100 percent following a preseason foot injury, and he should be able to provide strong interior defense against Nikola Jokic and Denver on Thursday.
Ben Simmons gets to take on a depleted Miami Heat squad tonight, now freed from the constant uncertainty of being dangled as James Harden trade bait.
After sitting out all last year due to an Achilles tendon injury, Kevin Durant looks like he hasn't lost a step this season, averaging 29.9 points, 7.8 rebounds and 5.8 assists per game.
Portland's CJ McCollum is averaging 28.1 points per game, but his point total tonight against Sacramento is just 25.5 points—a number he has topped five of his last six games.
LeBron James is leading the Lakers in scoring (24.0) on 48.5 percent shooting and assists (7.9), and his 8.3 rebounds are just behind Anthony Davis’ 8.6.
In his first game without Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant put up 36 points on 21 shots, and you shouldn’t be surprised if he gets close to that number again vs. Denver.