NBA Predictions – December 22, 2020

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NBA Opening Night

It’s NBA Opening Night for a shortened 2020-21. The defending Champs, the Lakers, open up again against their Staples Center roommates, the Clippers.

The Kevin and Kyrie duo make their Brooklyn debut with Steve Nash coaching them against Durant’s former team Golden State, with returning Warrior Steph Curry.

COVID-19 still hangs over the league but they’re back to business with a new season tonight.

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Today’s NBA Schedule

This is the line-up for the NBA return:

  • Golden State Warriors (7 PM ET on TNT)
  • Los Angeles Clippers at Los Angeles Lakers (7 PM ET on TNT)

SportsFormulator provides NBA predicted scores using our proprietary formulator for each NBA game December 22, 2019. 

Our data driven NBA predictions giving you a predicted win percentage and score.  Use our NBA predictions to win your NBA bets tonight whether you are betting the NBA point spread, money line or total.

NBA Predictions – December 22, 2020:

Golden State Warriors37%108Bet
Brooklyn Nets63%113NBA
Los Angeles Clippers44%110Bet
Los Angeles Lakers56%113NBA

How to Bet Tonight’s NBA:

-Too many unknowns for the Nets as Durant tries to fit in to his new team and Steve Nash coaches his first NBA game. I’ll take the Warriors +7 at the Nets.

-Taking the defending champs on ring night usually isn’t a success. The Clippers know they fell short last year not even making the Western Conference Finals so they’re out to prove a point. I’ll take Kawhi and the Clippers +3.

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