In the NBA, the San Antonio Spurs (26-20) match up with the Minnesota Timberwolves (21-23). Both teams are settling into form, for better and for worse. San Antonio is one of the worst outside shooting teams and averages the lowest attempts from distance per game. The Timberwolves have started to generate more offense, but they still take plays off on defense. The Spurs are 2-3 in their last five games, while the Timberwolves have gone 4-2 in their last six. Minnesota is 13-6 ATS in their last 19 home games. To get Dunkel’s pick for this game and the full NBA schedule, click HERE

In the NHL, the Pittsburgh Penguins (25-15-6) face off against the Arizona Coyotes (21-22-3). The Penguins are coming off back-to-back losses following a 5-2 loss to San Jose. Arizona is coming off of a victory against those same Sharks and is 4-1 in their last five overall. To get Dunkel’s pick for this game and the full NHL schedule, click HERE

In NCAA basketball, Maryland (15-3) and Ohio State (12-4) meet for a Big Ten matchup. Maryland comes in riding a six-game winning streak. For the Buckeyes, their strong lineup hasn’t translated into victories and they’ve struggled to start 2019, going 0-3. They’ll look to get back on track at home tonight where they are 1-4 in their last five overall. To get Dunkel’s pick for this game and the full NCAA Basketball schedule, click HERE

This weekend in the NFL playoffs, the New England Patriots (11-5) travel to Kansas City (12-4) to take on the Chiefs. Both teams are coming off of dominating victories last week in the divisional round, where the home team won every matchup. Dunkel’s pick for this game and the full NFL schedule and can be found HERE

And in the English Premier League, Arsenal (12-5-5) hosts Chelsea (14-5-3). Arsenal comes home after they were upset on the road by West Ham United in their last match. Chelsea is coming off of a home victory over Newcastle United. Chelsea took the first game 3-2 when these two teams met earlier in the season. To get Dunkel’s pick for this game and the full Premier League schedule, click HERE

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