Your free pick play winner for Wednesday is on the Heat +4.5 at Orlando.
I don’t care about anything at all today except for the fact that I am getting money with a team led by Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. Yes Miami has been underachieving and really bad of late and probably less confident than before the season began. Yes there are rumblings that Pat Riley may come down from the front office to the bench. Yes Orlando is awesome led by a beast in Dwight Howard and overall are a top four team at worst in the NBA. And finally yes the Magic have a huge matter of revenge after getting drilled a few weeks ago by the Heat.
I just don’t care about all of the above, I don’t. Erik Spoelstra’s team was heads and shoulders the NBA favorite to win it all and still are, even with this recent poor play. The loss at home against the Pacers on that last game was absolutely dreadful. Wade was 1-for-13 and the bench was literally outscored 40-4. There are no excuses for a performance like that
as Miami is far from locked in right now, I admit that. The King and his mates have also dropped two in a row on the floor and eight of the last 9 at the window. They are underachieving mightily but come on. These guys are still great and anytime you can get points with them it’s a no-brainer.
The Magic were just outclassed to fall to 9-4 and have now lost their last two against the number. I am not going to badmouth Stan Van Gundy’s team because that would be silly but the Heat in any situation getting points is also silly and in the end I’ll put my shekels on these visitors for sure.
The pick: Miami Heat at BetED
For more information: It really doesn’t get much easier than Matt Rivers performance. He was led by the 300,000* outright on Miami, Ohio and the 200,000* lock on Florida Atlantic yesterday in the perfect day. Just a pair of flat out sure fire locks. No quantity today but one major release in the Association and that’s all that will be needed in a third straight winning day.
One play, a 400,000* Bomb from Utah between the Hornets and Jazz. Chris Paul and company has been rolling all season long before Monday night where they inexplicably stumbled against Blake Griffin and the ice cold Clippers. How will New Orleans respond? I know, do you? Click now to purchase