NBA: Back Spurs to down the Warriors in San Antonio tonight

In what has been a quiet week for European sports fans, eyes look across the pond to the NBA, which is heating up nicely ahead the end of the regular season.

With a packed schedule of 10 matches this evening, our tipster has looked through three games to pick out his best bets that can help you #betbigwinbig tonight!

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Warriors @ Spurs

This will be these two team’s final meeting of the season – unless they face each other in the play-offs, of course.

Spurs have already defeated the Warriors twice this year, with one of those victories coming earlier this month. The side from San Antonio have won the two games by a combined 59 points – a considerable haul.

The Warriors may have the league’s best record, but I fancy Spurs for this one, who have home advantage and momentum from a strong run of form.

I’m backing San Antonio at 1.54.

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Heat @ Knicks

It’s the Miami Heat’s turn to visit the Big Apple tonight, as they face the Knicks.

Before Monday night, the New York side were on a five-game losing run, but their win over the Pistons two days ago should help lift spirits.

The Knicks have won two of the last three meetings between these two – though the Heat had won the eight matches before that.

Miami did play last night, but should be too strong for a poor Knicks side.

A 1.74 win with should help the Heat extend their advantage over the Bulls in the Eastern Conference.

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Mavericks @ Pelicans

Both these sides lost on Monday, meaning there’s plenty to play for this evening.

The Pelicans are favourites tonight, but have a poor record this term against the Mavs, winning just one of the three games so far – outlassed 96-83 last time out.

The Mavericks are struggling too, letting a 14-point lead slip on Monday, with Harrison Barnes netting just 10 points against OKC.

I’m backing the Pelicans to pick this up – they’ve won their last four games at home, and with the Mavs struggling on the road, should be good enough here.

I’m backing New Orleans at 1.47 with

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