NBA odds, picks, lines, predictions, schedule, best bets for Feb. 11: This
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Monday’s nine-game NBA schedule features the league-best Bucks (-10.5) visiting the lowly Bulls, with Giannis Antetokounmpo expected to play after sitting out one game with right knee soreness. The Raptors, who are one game behind Milwaukee in the NBA playoff bracket, host surprising Brooklyn as 10.5-point favorites. Paul George and the Thunder (-6.5) welcome a Trail Blazers team coming off a stunning collapse in Dallas in which Portland mustered just nine fourth-quarter points in a one-point loss on Sunday night. Fans everywhere will be playing off NBA odds for these games, but to get your Monday started right, red-hot NBA expert Mike Barner has you covered, locking in his three top NBA best bets of the day. He enters on an astonishing streak, so before placing any NBA picks of your own, you need to see what he’s saying about the action. 

Barner is a respected NBA Fantasy expert, both season-long and daily, whose work has appeared in Sports Illustrated and on Yahoo, RotoWire and KFFL. He also has been featured on ESPN Radio. He digs deep into the data, examining team trends and projecting game outcomes. 

With his unmatched analysis and 24/7 dedication, Barner spots opportunities against the spread as well as on totals. Barner’s expertise has been on full display lately, as he’s 25-9 in his last 34 NBA picks, a massive 74 percent win rate that’s returned over $1,500 to $100 players in a short amount of time. 

Now Barner is all over Monday’s slate, putting together a three-team NBA parlay that could return a strong 6-1 payout. We’ll give one key part away: Barner is backing the Pacers (-5.5) at home against the Hornets. Barner is gunning for his fifth win in six tries on spread picks involving Indiana. 

“The Pacers have rebounded from the loss of Victor Oladipo (knee) to win five straight games,” Barner told SportsLine. “They even won their last three contests by an average of 27 points. With the Pacers 16-12 against the spread at home and the Hornets 12-15 against the number on the road, I like the Pacers’ chances of keeping their winning streak alive and covering.” 

Barner also unearthed a eye-popping trend that has him jumping all over the spread in another game. Find out everything you need to know to complete your NBA parlay selections over at SportsLine. 

So which Monday NBA picks should you back for a huge 6-1 payout? And what eye-popping trend makes one team a must-back? Visit SportsLine now to get the best bets for the Monday NBA schedule, all from the NBA expert on an astonishing 25-9 run.

Monday’s NBA schedule
(All times Eastern)

Wizards at Pistons (-4.5), 7 p.m.
Knicks at Cavaliers (-1.5), 7 p.m.
Hornets at Pacers (-5.5), 7 p.m.
Nets at Raptors (-10.5), 7:30 p.m.
Trail Blazers at Thunder (-6.5), 8 p.m.
Mavericks at Rockets (-10), 8 p.m.
Bucks at Bulls (+10.5), 8 p.m.
Clippers at Timberwolves (-4.5), 8 p.m.
Heat at Nuggets (-10), 9 p.m.

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