Brooklyn Nets vs Cleveland Cavaliers 11/22/2021 NBA Picks, Best Bets, Tips and Prediction
Game: Brooklyn Nets vs Cleveland Cavaliers
Date: Monday, November 22, 2021
Location: Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, OH
TV: NBA TV
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse is the location where the Cleveland Cavaliers (9-8) will take on the Brooklyn Nets (11-5) on Monday.
The Nets took the court against the Cavaliers and went home with a win by a final score of 109-99 in their last contest. Regarding fouls, the Nets walked away with 20 while the Cavaliers finished the game with 13 fouls. They also made 11 out of their 44 attempts from long range. Cleveland finished 85.7% from the charity stripe by knocking down 18 of 21 shots. Moreover, Cleveland snagged 38 rebounds (12 offensive, 26 defensive) and had 3 blocked shots. Cleveland distributed 50 assists and had 20 steals for the contest. In the matter of defense, Brooklyn let their opponent shoot 39.3% from the floor on 35 out of 89 shooting. They also doled out 29 dimes in the game in addition to forcing the other team into 1 turnovers and having 7 steals. When discussing hauling in boards, they earned a total of 47 with 8 of them being of the offensive sort. When they shot from the charity stripe, the Nets knocked down 21 of their 25 shots for a percentage of 84.0%. Brooklyn wrapped up the game with a 45.8% FG percentage (38 out of 83) and buried 12 of their 32 three-point shots.
James Harden is a guy who came through in this contest. Harden went 50.0% from the floor and distributed 7 dimes. He was on the hardwood for 37 mins and collected 10 rebounds. He totaled 27 points on 6 out of 12 shooting.
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Brooklyn will enter this contest with a win-loss record of 11-5 for the season. They cough up possession 14.8 times per contest and as a unit they commit 18.8 personal fouls on a nightly basis. As a team, Brooklyn is grabbing 44.4 boards per game and has accounted for 401 assists so far this season, which has them ranked 5th in basketball in terms of passing. The Nets are connecting on 38.4% on shots from distance (216 of 562) and 79.9% from the free throw line. They currently have an average of 107.9 pts per contest (13th in the league) while hitting 46.4% from the floor.
On the defensive end of the court, the Nets are able to force 13.4 turnovers per contest and they draw 19.9 personal fouls. They relinquish 30.6% on 3-point shots and they rank 9th in the league in PPG allowed (104.1). The Nets defensively are allowing a FG percentage of 42.9% (625 of 1,457) and they concede 47.1 rebounds per game as a squad. They currently rank 12th in the league in giving up assists to the opposition with 340 conceded this season.
When they last played, the Cavaliers went home defeated by a final of 104-89 against the Warriors. In regard to cleaning up the glass, Cleveland allowed Golden State to snag 29 in total (5 offensive). They finished 34.9% from 3-point land by going 15 out of 43 and finished the contest at 7 of 8 from the free throw line (87.5%). The Cavaliers permitted the Warriors to bury 41 out of their 83 attempts from the floor which had them sitting at 49.4% for the matchup. In all, the Cavaliers finished the game shooting 34 out of 80 from the floor which had them shooting 42.5%. When talking about shots from distance, Cleveland knocked down 12 of their 39 attempts (30.8%). They were able to knock down 9 of the free throw tries for a rate of 56.3%. The Warriors had 11 fouls for the contest which took the Cavaliers to the charity stripe for a total of 16 shots. They turned the ball over 17 times, while getting 6 steals for the contest. The Cavaliers pulled down 29 defensive rebounds and 13 offensive boards totaling 42 for the contest.
Dean Wade ended up being important for the Cavaliers for the game. Wade totaled 17 points in his 40 mins on the court and totaled 5 assists in the game. He buried 7 out of 13 in the game giving him a field goal percentage of 53.8%, and added 9 rebounds.
Cleveland has a record of 9-8 so far this year. The Cavaliers are responsible for committing 15.7 fouls every game and they connect on 76.5% from the free throw line. They are dishing out assists 23.6 times per contest (10th in the league) and they turn the ball over 16.2 times per contest. Cleveland has accumulated 1,729 points for the season (101.7 per contest) and they collect 43.9 rebounds per game. As an offense, the Cavaliers are shooting 44.7% from the field, which is 19th in the NBA.
The Cleveland defense surrenders 33.5% on shots from beyond the perimeter (184 of 550) and opponents are converting on 79.0% of their free throw attempts. They give up 24.4 dimes and 44.6 boards per contest, which ranks them 20th and 11th in the NBA. The Cavaliers are ranked 3rd in the NBA in PPG surrendered with 101.7. They are forcing 14.8 turnovers per game and have allowed teams to shoot 44.6% from the field (15th in the NBA).
Who will win tonight's NBA game against the spread?
Guy Bruhn's Pick: Take Brooklyn
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