Banker TIP 15.01.2013 (Won)

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02:30 BKN Nets v TOR Raptors 1 (Incl.OT) 1.35
Stake: 100 Units
Total Odd: 1.35
Total Won: 135 Units

BKN Nets (22-15) is in hot 6-0 winning streak  and they are 8-2 in it’s last 10 games. Brooklyn looks to earn a seventh straight victory while defeating visiting TOR Raptors (14-23) for the third time this season (04.11.2012 > BKN Nets v TOR Raptors 107:100 and 13.12.2012 > TOR Raptors v BKN Nets 88:94) . The Nets have won eight of nine under new coach Carlesimo since he took over for the fired Avery Johnson on Dec. 27, including a season-best six straight to mark their longest streak since a 14-game run from March 12 – April 6, 2006. Brooklyn held strong IND Pacers’ team to 11 points in Sunday’s 97-86 home victory, while Raptors lost at home against Bucks with 96-107 in last games for both teams. It’s a big plus that Nets is at home for 3rd game in a row and I hope they will be enough rested and motivated in front of the crowd. In addition Toronto is not performing very well away from home with 4-15 record which is the 3rd worst away performance  in NBA. More Toronto will miss two key players like Andrea Bargnani and Jonas Valanciunas. Well It’s unclear if Gerald Wallace (Nets) will be back in the lineup after missing Sunday’s contest with bruised ribs suffered in Friday’s win over Phoenix but Deron Williams, Kris Humphries, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez will be on the field. Let’s see the figures: Brooklyn is 4-1 in its last 5 games when playing at home against Toronto, while Toronto is 4-18 in its last 22 games on the road. More Brooklyn is better in shooting percentage (Nets 44.3% > 43.7% Raptors) and in rebounding (Nets 42.2 > 40.0 Raptors). In conclusion obviously the current form, head-to-head and figures are on Brooklyn’s side so Take BKN Nets and GL!

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