BetQL Basketball Picks for this Weekend

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Nets vs Heat

Locked in a tight battle for the last guaranteed playoff spot, the Brooklyn Nets and Miami Heat will square off on Saturday night in a critical game for both sides. These teams enter Saturday’s game moving in opposite directions. Despite an atrocious 26-45-2 record against the spread this season, Miami has won four of its last five games and seven of its last 10. During that stretch, the Heat have won six of their seven home games, so the Nets are facing a tough game on Saturday. Brooklyn has completely fallen apart on the team's recent homestand as the new-look team continues to gel after a major roster shakeup at the trade deadline. The only silver lining is the Nets are 4-2 straight up and 5-1 against the spread in their last six road games, so with serious playoff implications in this game, the Nets might be able to get their act together and challenge the red-hot Heat. To get NBA picks for every game, advanced stats, and public betting data, check out BetQL. Now at BetQL you can even get their NBA best bets for all the games on tonight, which shows their model bet, the community pick, the pros and the public. Start winning more this March with BetQL.

North Texas vs Wisconsin

After the NCAA Tournament gets the spotlight over the weekend, college basketball fans can turn their attention to next week’s NIT semifinals. The first half of Tuesday’s semifinal features the Wisconsin Badgers and the North Texas Mean Green. Wisconsin is the last remaining power-conference team of the four semifinalists. Before the NIT, the Badgers hadn’t won back-to-back games since early January, but they’ve looked good in wins over Bradley, Liberty, and Oregon. While it’s not the most dynamic Wisconsin offense we’ve seen in recent years, the Badgers have four players who average double figures, so there is good balance to their attack. As for North Texas, the Mean Green had an impressive season, finishing second in Conference USA. However, they didn’t even play a power-conference opponent until beating Oklahoma State in the quarterfinals. At times, UNT can be overly reliant on Tylor Perry, who averages 17.3 points per game and has scored over 20 points in each NIT game. With time to prepare, the Badgers should have a plan to contain Perry, allowing Wisconsin to eke out a close win and reach the NIT finals. You can get the latest betting lines and college basketball expert picks at BetQL and now you can even check out their college basketball best bets, which shows the best bets from their model, community of users, pros and public.

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