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OKBET Official Group’s fantasy basketball and basketball betting tips cheat sheet helps you make smart fantasy and betting decisions. Caesars Sportsbook’s NBA odds for November 1 are based on OKBET 10-team leagues.

Tuesday’s game information
Monday’s goals: Today’s four-game NBA slate is typical for Tuesdays. Such slates help active fantasy managers who stream from free agency. Tre Mann will replace injured point guard Josh Giddey in Oklahoma City. Thunder rookie forward Jalen Williams (96%) just had 13 points, five steals, and five blocks in Dallas. Picking up games from productive young players for Tuesday’s light slate is smart.

Bol Bol (80% available) was our weekend fantasy pick. The emerging big man has enjoyed success since moving up in Orlando’s rotation, including many recent starts. Bol is coming off his first career double-double and leads the league in block percentage. He should hit his rebounding and defensive props against an undersized Oklahoma City team.

Deandre Ayton’s ankle injury will sideline him for several games. Bismack Biyombo (97% availability) has replaced Ayton in the team’s previous two games, averaging 3.5 blocks and decent rebounding. Biyombo will start as a key screen and roll valve while acting as the team’s top protector. StockWatch: Lakers’ Anthony Davis and Minnesota’s Jaden McDaniels (68% availability) each average 1.7 blocks and 1.7 steals per game. McDaniels’ scoring and offensive rates are modest, but his defense makes him a fantasy impact player. McDaniels is a fantastic plug-and-play option and steal/block target against the Suns tonight.

7:30 p.m. ET, Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York: Chicago Bulls vs. Brooklyn Nets

  • NETS (-1)
  • Nets (-120), Bulls (+100).
  • 2312
  • 238.5 predicted BPI
  • Nets (64.4%)

Ben Simmons, Zach LaVine (knee), Ayo Dosunmu (chest), Coby White are questionable.
Drummond is out.
BPI numbers include ruled-out players but assume dubious players will participate.

Nic Claxton is off to a fast start and on fantasy managers’ streaming radars. He’s averaging 12.1 PPG, 8.6 RPG, 2.3 BPG, and 67.9% shooting in seven games. Claxton will be active on the boards against the Bulls’ poor defensive rebounding. Moody

Zach LaVine over 2.5 3s. LaVine will play tonight and Wednesday against the Hornets. His last two games averaged 8.5 three-point attempts and 4.0 makes. The Nets allow the most three-pointers from shooting guards. “Moody”

Slate breakdown
7:30 p.m. ET, FTX Arena, Miami

  • Pick
  • Warriors (-110), Heat (-110)
  • 226.5%
  • BPI Total: 229.2
  • Heat (54.4%)

Victor Oladipo (knee), Andre Iguodala (hip)
BPI numbers include ruled-out players but assume dubious players will participate.

Over 11.5 points for Kyle Lowry. Lowry is shooting 35% from the field, but he’s hit 12 points in five of the past six games, in part because he’s making more free throws than in previous seasons. Warriors are winless on the road and allow the most points per game. Lowry and teammates should score over. Karabell

Andrew Wiggins above 24.5 points, assists, rebounds. Wiggins has scored 20 points and shot 28.5% in his last two games. 17.3 PPG, 2.6 APG, 6.3 RPG are his season averages. Wiggins should rebound offensively against the Heat, who allow 18 PPG. “Moody”

8:10 p.m. ET, Paycom Center, Oklahoma City

  • Storm (-3)
  • Thunder (-155), Magic (+130)
  • 216pts
  • 226.1 predicted BPI
  • Thunder (64.2%)

Gary Harris (knee), Moritz Wagner (foot), Jalen Suggs (ankle), Cole Anthony (oblique), Markelle Fultz (toe), Josh Giddey (ankle)
BPI numbers include ruled-out players but assume dubious players will participate.

Bol Bol has started in consecutive games and is delivering fantasy-friendly figures. Bol scored 27 points, grabbed 18 rebounds, and blocked 4 shots in those two games. Fantasy leagues should love him. Bol’s height makes him a valuable defensive and offensive player. No complaints! Karabell

10 p.m. ET, Footprint Center, Phoenix

  • Solar (-3.5)
  • Suns (-165), Wolves (+140)
  • 227.75
  • 240.5 predicted BPI
  • Suns (64.8%)

Ayton Deandre (ankle)
BPI numbers include ruled-out players but assume dubious players will participate.

RECOMMENDED: Dennis Smith Jr., Bol Bol 2d: waiver wire pickups

Bismack Biyombo over 7.5 rebounds. Biyombo continues to start with Deandre Ayton out, but the Timberwolves have a bigger, more veteran front line with Rudy Gobert. Biyombo will play. If he avoids foul trouble, he should grab double-digit rebounds. Biyombo averaged 9.7 RPG in three starts last season. Karabell

Under 227.5. Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Rudy Gobert are household names. Suns-Timberwolves should be a low-scoring contest. Phoenix is fifth in PPG allowed, while Minnesota is fourth. The Suns have the seventh-slowest pace this season. This game could be low-scoring. “Moody”


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