Oklahoma vs Player Special by EliteTips

I dont usually bet on max stakes but this one I have to as I see the lowest line of assists of the market for Russell Westbrook who is one of the best passers of the league and most likely today he will reach double digits assists as Oklahoma City Thunder now has a new roster and they are a championship caliber team.


Last season Westbrook averaged 31.6 points, 10.7 rebounds and 10.4 assists and that was mainly because he was by himself at Oklahoma after Kevin Durant got traded to the Golden State Warriors, and even though his teammates were not up to his level he still managed to average 10.4 assists per game. This season these numbers will probably change as the Thunder added Paul George and Carmelo Anthony who are both shooters but also rebounders so most likely the numbers in terms of scoring and rebounding might come down a little, actually line of points is at 26.5 and rebounds at 7.5 decreasing a lot since last season.


The only line that stays the same is the assists line because now he has 2 very good scorers that will score more efficiently than the teammates that Westbrook had last season therefore since Westbrook is the point guard he should be able to at least reach 10 assist here with Carmelo and George who can shoot at a high percentage. This same line is at 10.5 everywhere else and the odds I expect them to get lower or this line offered by Unibett might go up to 10 or 10.5, I will still take it but with a bit lower stake.


Much value in it as we only need 10 assists, in preseason in the last 2 games that Westbrook played he averaged 7 assists per 27 minutes played, he is most likely to play more than 34 minutes tonight.


Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Russell Westbrook over 9.5 assists Unibet 1.70 10 16 WON (+7 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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