November 30th, 2015 Betting Tips: Monday Night Football, NBA

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So we end November with only one team undefeated in the NFL, and it’s not the New England Patriots. Let’s just get to the point, that injury to Gronk was just awful timing. It’s not like the Pats are going to lose #1 seed, of course, but where’s the outlet for Brady now? Things just got real serious for New England. Now we have the Panthers as the only undefeated team and Cam Newton must be loving life at the moment. Unlike Tony Romo.

We also got news that this would be Kobe’s last year. Anyone surprised? I think we all know he should have bow out when the injuries are racking up, and now he’s a shell of his former self. It doesn’t help that Lakers have sucked for what seems an eternity now, and it’s sad to see a great just fumbling away in a poor side. Andy Murray won the Davis Cup. Yes, technically Great Britain and Northern Ireland won it, but seeing as Andy Murray won 11 out of 11 matches he played, Andy Murray definitely won it. His brother, Jamie comes a close second, to be fair. And Michael van Gerwen won the PDC Players Championship at Minehead, seeing off Adrian Lewis in the final.

Tonight, we’ve got Monday Night Football and some NBA action for our free sports betting tips. No English Premiership tonight, it’s Bolton vs Brentford in the Premiership instead, and we can’t find a decent line to take on that match, so we’re sitting it out. Under 2.5 goals maybe, but both sides have just been crazy inconsistent when it comes to scoring and conceding, so just sit it out.

Now let’s get onto the free sports betting tips for November 30th, 2015.

Monday Night Football Betting Tip:

Baltimore at Cleveland. This is more of a contest to see who can lose rather than who’s going to win. The Ravens are 3-7, with a 1-4 record on the road, while the Browns are 2-8, with a 1-3 record at home. This is one for for Ravens and Browns fans and the die-hards. Well, also those of us that are going to have a bet on it, of course.

So we’re not seeing Johnny Football tonight, we’re also missing out on Joe Flacco for the first time in eight years. So, seriously, it could be a fight just to get over the line and win this. Matt Schaub will be leading the offense for Baltimore, which underwhelms us, but it’s not the worst replacement in the world. But we’re going to take Cleveland -4.5 since their last meeting was a 33-30 affair and that was with Flacco at the helm for the Ravens, in Baltimore. Josh McCown played that day and got the win, so there’s no reason why he can’t do it with a slightly bigger margin tonight.

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NBA Betting Tips

Not a great night in the NBA tonight, but take Houston +4.5 to heap more misery on the misfiring Pistons. The Rockets have been great in the paint, and although their D has been shocking, the Pistons have just struggled to get on the scoreboards. Plus, Houston have won 8 out of the last 9, so the slump looks like continuing, but take the points to be on the safe side.

Blazers against the Clippers looks to be a fun game, with a lot of points thanks to both sides’ deadly partnerships. Over 205.5 points in Trailblazers vs Clippers is a solid play. Damian Lillard rarely looks like missing at the moment, and with Chris Paul and Blake Griffin opposing, we should be seeing the scoreboard tick over nicely tonight.

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