NBA Betting Tips Week 17

Liam Harris / 3 February 2023

Last Updated on 17 March 2023

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NBA Tips for the week 17 starting Monday, 9th February

This week will be an exciting week in NBA history with LeBron James set to break the all-time scoring record at some point. And with a lot of players returning from injury this week with Tyrese Haliburton, Giannis and Anthony Davis all returning the league should be shifted with many of the teams who didn’t look like much of a threat switching up and giving it all they have before the all star break.

We’ll be taking a look at some of the most recommended betting sites and showcasing which bets they think are most likely to succeed; some of our favourites include bet365BetrLadbrokesNeds, and BoomBet.

#1 Best Bet (NBA) Monday, February 6th

  • Pelicans vs Kings

Our first bet of the week has the red hot kings travelling to New Orleans to take on the struggling Pelicans. After a great start to the year even reaching first place in the West, the Pelicans have dropped the ball after losing Zion Williamson losing 9 of their last 10 games and dropping all the way to 12th in the East. As the fully healthy Kings sit at 3rd in the West with the best road record in the West. Due to this I see the Kings taking this one very easily.

#2 Best Bet (NBA) Thursday, February 9th

  • Celtics vs 76ers

Our second best bet of the week has two of the MVP frontrunners in Jayson Tatum and Joel Embiid. Embiid and the Sixers who have been on a tear lately with Embiid putting up insane scoring numbers every other night along with the help of James Harden who is the league leader in APG will be looking to take down the top seeded Celtics on the road. The CCeltics who have been unexpectedly good all year will be looking to improve their fantastic home record, with the addition of Robert Williams I see him and the Cleitcs doing enough to slow down Embiid and win the game at home.

#3 Best Bet (NBA) Sunday February 12th

  • Nets vs 76ers

Our final best bet of the week has the 76ers again as they head to Brooklyn to take on the Nets, the Nets who have been average since losing Kevin Durant as they are 4-6 in their last 10, are still getting plagued by injuries with Ben Simmons recently putting himself on the injury list. All this paired with how great the Sixers have been. I don’t see Kyrie Irving being able to do enough to beat the 76ers by himself.

Other NBA Games This Week

Raptors vs Grizzlies Monday, February 6th

Jazz vs Mavericks Tuesday, February 7th  

Nuggets vs Timberwolves Wednesday, February 8th

Pelicans vs Timberwolves Thursday, February 9th

Clippers vs Mavericks Friday, February 10th

Lakers vs Bucks Saturday, February 11th

Warriors vs Lakers Sunday,  February 12th


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