76ers-Hawks: Preview, Odds, Predictions
Time to right the ship. After losing in embarrassing fashion to the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night, the 76ers are back in action on the road against the Atlanta Hawks. Atlanta is 12-10 on the season, just slightly better than the 76ers. The 76ers are in desperate need of a win, having only won one of their three games since Joel Embiid’s return and looked miserable in each one.
In late October, these two faced off back in Philadelphia, with the 76ers blowing out the Hawks 122-94. It will likely be a far tougher matchup this time around with how both teams have been playing. Tobias Harris needs to step it up after not providing anything these last few games.
Embiid was phenomenal in their last game, scoring 19 points and looking as good as he did against the Hawks in the 2021 playoffs. Six players scored in double figures with Tobias Harris leading the way with 22 points. Man, it would be nice if Harris bounced back tonight after a miserable performance against the Celtics last game.
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|76ers||+1.5 (-110)||+100||O 216.5 (-112)|
|Hawks||-1.5 (-112)||-121||U 216.5 (-109)|
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If you’re looking for some other bets for tonight, Parx Sportsbook is running an odds boost on the Sixers and Hawks, scoring a combined 221+ points, boosted from +375 to +450. The last time their total was 216, so if they play a closer game, it’s realistic.
With how they have played, it’s hard to be confident about this roster whatsoever. The life has been sucked out of them after being the best team in the league for a short period. If things return to form, it could be an easy win, but it’s hard to think that’s a realistic possibility.
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