Prediction for the NBA Washington Wizards vs Atlanta Hawks match will take place on March 9th. Who will turn out to be stronger? Check the team conditions! Several betting options are available.
At the start of the season, Washington was oversaturated with players, as the club made regular trades, getting a few tough role players at a time. Will Barton and Rui Hachimura were gone, and the team settled on a core. Daniel Gafford has become the Wizards’ primary center. He’s been playing a steady 25-30 minutes later, though there are no losses at his position. Delon Wright is a vital part of the Capitals’ defense, and there’s a reason he leads the NBA in steals per game average. Kristaps Porzingis has scored 20+ points in 4 straight games. Bradley Beal has blossomed, and Kyle Kuzma is back from injury. Monte Morris is still sick, and his participation in the game against Atlanta is questionable.
Less than 24 hours ago, Washington faced Detroit at home and won 119-117. Bradley Beal scored 14 of 21 shots, while the Beal-Porzingis-Kuzma trio earned 79 points. Corey Kispert had four three-pointers and a big assist on the offensive end, with Daniel Gafford making the decisive shot. Delon Wright had five steals, helping his team on the inside.
The Hawks failed 3 of their last four games, sitting 8th in the East. What’s especially frustrating is that they lost twice to their main rival in the battle for the No. 7 position, Miami. Quin Snyder’s team shot just under 30% from three-point range against the Heat, but in the return game, Atlanta still made up for their missed shots with a high two-point percentage. They were a tad short of winning, 128-130. Seven Hawks players scored 12+ points that night, with only De’Andre Hunter falling just short of the 50% shooting mark. Trae Young and Dejounte Murray were the main stars of the game, and Saddiq Bey had the best shooting from beyond the arc.
Expert Betting Tips
Atlanta plays a fast-paced game, and it does not take too long to shoot, which should make their games especially rewarding. The Hawks consistently score over 120 points, and even in comparison to the last game, the team has a reserve potential to step up their game. Quin Snyder knows how to build off the shot, and the Hawks have plenty of good shooters. Washington’s leaders are also in great shape, and Bradley Beal is incredibly excited. Kyle Kuzma’s return only strengthened the Wizards’ offense, so it makes sense to expect some great basketball.