NBABet analysts have broken down the three best bets for Tuesday, November 1, including bets on Timberwolves vs.

The NBA season runs through November on Tuesday night with a small four-game slate. NBA Analysts Have Your Best Bet on a Prop for Magic vs. Thunder then prepare their cases for each aspect of Timberwolves vs. Check out their picks and analysis below.

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Orlando Magic vs Oklahoma City Thunder

pick or pick Three men over 1.5 making 3s (-113)
the book Vandel
warning 8:10 PM ET
Television NBA League Pass

Kenny Dossey: So far, volume has continued to go the Tri-Man’s way. He saw a steady dose of minutes with over 27 minutes per game, and with Josh Gedi out, he took a few more shots. In the last three contests, which the Jedi missed, Mann averaged 15 attempts from the field and six from outside the arc, making an average of two attempts.

Mann has gone for three seconds or more in four of his six matches, and I’ll support him to do it again. It doesn’t look like he’s an amazing shooter, standing at 35.1% in his career, but he’s taken 3 more seconds this season by 6 seconds per game (he averaged 4.5 last season), and we can also feel confident Somewhat about a sophomore guy out of Florida after he shot a 40.2% in his senior year on campus. He’s clearly capable of shooting, and he’s simply trying to prove it in the NBA with the volume up.

The Magic allows 37.3% shooting from outside the arc, which ranks sixth in the NBA’s worst league, and the 3-second Man shoots now as if there’s no tomorrow. I think this is a solid find on FanDuel.

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Minnesota Timberwolves vs Phoenix Suns

pick or pick Timberwolves – Money Line +145
the book bet365
warning 10 p.m. Eastern time
Television TNT

Chris Baker: I trust Timberwolves to cover the short number on the road against Phoenix. The most important thing that led me to this play was Deandre Ayton’s absence due to injury.

Having an edge guard is important when playing against an attack from Minnesota who currently ranks third in edge frequency, per glass cleaning. The Suns were already struggling before Ayton was injured as they finished 28th in the NBA in hesitating edge on defense. They let the rockets fire 45% of their shots at the edge on Sunday, and the rockets ranked lower in edge frequency than the Timberwolves. This team doesn’t do a good job of blocking easy shots, and that’s a recipe for disaster against a massive Minnesota team.

Another concern with the Suns was their inability to withdraw in their last game against the Houston Rockets. They allowed a 36.7% (93rd percentile) offensive rebound rate for the Rockets that isn’t particularly great because they played only one real position in that game, Alperin Sengon.

The Suns offense is currently ranked 5th in midrange frequency, but Wolves did a good job contending for those looks as they ranked 8th in midrange target ratio against them and allow for a lower 4th of midrange looks. The height of Rudi Gobert, Karl-Anthony Towns, Jaden McDaniels and Anthony Edwards can disrupt Devin Booker and Chris Paul.

When the Timberwolves have the ball, I don’t really see how effectively the Suns will match them, as they will try to protect the seniors with a trio of Bismack Biyombo, Cameron Johnson and Jock Landale. The Suns won’t get fixed stops on the defensive end, and I’m comfortable supporting the Timberwolves at any number above +140.

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Minnesota Timberwolves vs Phoenix Suns

pick or pick Suns -3.5 (-107)
the book points
warning 10 p.m. Eastern time
Television TNT

Andrew O’Connor Watts: The 4-3 Timberwolves travel to Phoenix to play 5-1 Suns tonight. Despite having a winning record, the Timberwolves are only 3-4 ATS. Well, they must have played some really good teams, you might say. no. They have played Thunder twice and Spurs three times, with Spurs winning by nine points in their victory. Even wolves were embarrassed at 4/29 out of 3 (13.8%) on Sunday. Yikes.

The Wolves still have a few things to discover to incorporate their new big man Rudy Gobert, who they acquired in a massive deal that sent Beasley owner, Patrick Beverly, Leandro Bolmaro, Walker Kessler (pick number 22 in the 2022 draft), Jared Vanderbilt, a selection swap and four picks. From the first round to jazz.

Despite what everyone thought this season (myself included), Suns doesn’t have much to discover. The impact of the turmoil surrounding owner Robert Sarver on the field and the hostile work environment he’s planted in Phoenix appear to have been amplified, at least for the 2022-23 season as the Suns kick off the 4-0 ATS season.

Although quarterback Deandre Ayton will miss tonight’s game, the Suns have some noteworthy replacements in Jock Landale and Bismack Biyombo. Phoenix has been ignored by the books so far this season despite having the best home record last season (32-9) and scoring 4-0 at home so far this season. Phoenix is ​​also second in scoring and has the largest points difference in the league (+12.4).

Sharps were all over the Timberwolves today, but I’ll wait until proven wrong before I encounter Suns. I like them up to -4.5.

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