Several playoff teams from last season are in the NBA on Tuesday, and I have picks for three of the four games on the list in today’s top picks and predictions.

Can Steve Curry and the Golden State Warriors complete the season against the Miami Heat? I have a money streak game in that game as well as spread picks for two more NBA games on November 1.

Here are today’s picks:

The Warriors may be suffering, but Steve Curry is off to a great start this season, averaging over 30 points per game over the team’s first seven games.

His supporting team was questionable at times, but the Heat didn’t quite set the world on fire, ranking 24th in the NBA in offensive rankings. Victor Oladipo’s absence has left the team a bit weak in his rotation, and that will continue with Oldipo (knee) out again tonight.

The Warriors and Heat played a good game last week, but Golden State pulled out late with some powerful shots. The Warriors have pushed the pace this season, ranking second in the NBA, while Miami (23) prefers to slow things down.

This is where I think Golden State has the advantage, as the team can score a huge variety of goals at any time to dominate this game. Unless Kyle Lowry or a Miami bench player steps in for this game, I don’t think she has the offensive firepower to beat Golden State.

The Thunder have been a very profitable team to bet the past few seasons, with 48-30-4 ATS last season and 5-1 so far in the 2022-23 campaign.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander dominated the start of the season, averaging 31 points per game after losing 38 points to the Mavericks in the Thunder’s last win.

It would be a nightmare for a magical match, especially if the team had to play heavy formations forward with many goalkeepers injured.

Rookie Magick, Paulo Banchero, was everything the team could have asked for with the #1 pick, but it didn’t translate into wins early in the season. Orlando ranks 27th in the offensive rating and 17th in the defensive rating this season.

On the other hand, OKC is 26 in attack but seventh in defense. This young Thunder team is fighting back, and I think they have the firepower behind the SGA to win and cover at home on Tuesday.

Wolverhampton have been up and down this season despite an elite defense, and I can’t stand them with so few on the road.

The Suns are one of the best domestic teams in the NBA, advancing 37-11 in a row in the center footprint last season, and they have the best net rating (12.3) in the NBA so far this season.

Phoenix is ​​ranked second in offensive rankings and fourth in defensive rankings, which is a clear advantage against Wolves’ 23rd attack. Wolves have traded much of their depth to bring in Rudy Gobert, and he has hurt them so far this season, ranking 18th in goalscoring off the bench.

The Suns got off to a crazy start last regular season and I would gladly support them as just four points after they’ve had four of their first six games.

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The game odds are updated periodically and are subject to change.

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