Handicapping Picks & Odds |  "Razor" Ray Monohan Picks |  Cappers Picks |  Forums |  Sitemap |  Twitter |  Facebook

NBA Picks: Celtics vs. Pistons Gambling Lines & Handicapping Preview

NBA Gambling: Boston vs Detroit

The Boston Celtics (35-42) are sitting in 8th place in the East and they’ll take on the Detroit Pistons (30-47) tonight. As always, be sure to visit Cappers Picks daily for our latest free NBA picks all season long.

Detroit beat Miami (99-98) on Saturday and they’ve been off since.

NBA Picks

Boston vs Detroit
When: Wednesday, April 8th 2015 at 7:05pm ET
Where: The Palace of Auburn Hills
TV: ESPN
NBA Gambling Line: Celtics –1
NBA Gambling O/U Line: 200.5 Points
***2015 NBA BONUSES***

Click here to view… NBA ATS Stats & Expert NBA Betting Insight!

Boston pulled off a huge OT win over the Raptors (117-116) on Saturday and have been resting up since due to the Easter holidays.

These two teams are actually healthy coming into this game. Monroe is a GTD for Detroit, but he should suit up tonight. Crowder is a GTD on the Celtics, although he plays a very small role anyways.

I’m betting on Boston to cover the small point spread because I expected the spread to be higher. Boston should be at least a –3 or –4 point favorite in my opinion, as they’re fighting for the playoffs in the East.

Detroit are completely out of the playoff race and have basically packed it in. My biggest concern about the Celtics tonight is lack of size. Detroit will be towering over Boston at several positions.

Razor Ray's Picks

Smart, Bradley and Turner are all small guards, but they’re all starting for Boston. It allows them to stretch out the court on offense and dish the basketball around, but it hurts on the defensive end.

Boston ranks 5th in assists (24.3 APG), but only 11th in rebounds (44.0 RPG). Detroit will have an edge on the glass (45.0 RPG – 4th), but they don’t average as many assists (21.3 APG – 17th).

Detroit is better defensively too, as they allow 99.5 PPG (15th) compared to the Celtics who are allowing 101.8 PPG (25th). Defense has been a problem for Boston throughout the entire season.

The Celtics can put up points in a hurry though, as they have multiple shooters that can put it up from anywhere on the court. Boston scores 101.1 PPG (12th), while the Pistons score 98.0 PPG (21st).

These two teams have played twice this year in Boston – the Celtics won the 1st game in OT (109-102) and the Pistons won the 2nd game in OT (105-97).

Are we in for another overtime thriller?

Free NBA Picks: Boston Celtics vs. Detroit Pistons

With just a few games left in the regular season, Boston knows they need to win out basically if they want to hang on in the East. They can’t afford losing to teams ranked below them in the East.

Boston Celtics –1 (-110)

Detroit is only 17-21 at home, which is poor even by their standards. Boston should be able to come into the Palace of Auburn Hills and steal a win, but they’ll need Smart, Turner and Bradley to all produce.

Check out our Updated NBA Betting Odds.



***CLICK HERE*** TO GRAB OUR BEST NBA & CBB Basketball Expert Picks for HOOPS Betting!

Canadian Players AcceptedAccept American Players

LISTEN UP NORTH AMERICA!

YES YOU CAN STILL GET $$ INTO OFFSHORE BOOKS! Bonus Season ='s FREE Money!

SPORTSBOOK REVIEWS (Click Here!) | HOOPS BONUSES (Click Here!)



RELATED CONTENT

Cappers Picks - Premium Picks For Sale

50* Coastal Carolina/Georgia Southern Powerhouse Play!

As always, this play comes GUARANTEED!

**#1 ranked NCAA-F in 2018-19**
**#6 ranked NCAA-F in 2018**
**#8 ranked NCAA-F in 2012**
No. 4 ranked Overall handicapper this year!

Bobby Conn is on an impressive 252-208 (55%) run over his last 472 Overall picks! Join the same handicapper that has made $1,000/game bettors $49,250 since November 30, 2018 with his total on Coastal Carolina v. Georgia Southern!

About Scott Jack

Scott is new to Cappers Picks, but has been in the industry for 7 years and he’s only 25 years old. He lives in Toronto, Canada and bleeds blue and white. He grew up playing sports and still has a love for the competitiveness.


Comments

Advertising