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We’ve crunched the numbers, analyzed the data and forecasted every game in the NBA tonight so you don’t have to do anything but bet and win.
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NBA Preview – March 28, 2022
- 9 games tonight in the National Basketball Association
- The Miami Heat have the highest predicted win probability tonight
- Hornets vs. Nuggets is the closest prediction tonight
- Rockets vs. Spurs is the highest predicted total of the night
- Cavs vs. Magic is the lowest predicted total of the night
- The San Antonio Spurs are predicted to score the most points tonight
- The Orlando Magic are predicted to score the fewest points tonight
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Tonight’s NBA Schedule
This is the line-up for tonight’s NBA action:
- Denver Nuggets at Charlotte Hornets
- Orlando Magic at Cleveland Cavaliers
- Atlanta Hawks at Indiana Pacers
- Sacramento Kings at Miami Heat
- Chicago Bulls at New York Knicks
- Boston Celtics at Toronto Raptors
- San Antonio Spurs at Houston Rockets
- Golden State Warriors at Memphis Grizzlies
- Oklahoma City Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers
SportsFormulator provides NBA predicted scores using our proprietary formulator for each NBA game tonight March 28, 2022.
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 – March 28, 2022:
|New York Knicks||46.5%||53||54||107|
|San Antonio Spurs||73.1%||60||57||117|
|Golden State Warriors||46.5%||54||54||108|
|Oklahoma City Thunder||47.1%||53||54||107|
|Portland Trail Blazers||52.9%||55||54||109|
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