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Brisbane Bullets vs Melbourne United NBL betting tips & odds

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Brisbane Bullets vs Melbourne United NBL Betting Odds and Game Info
NBL betting odds Bullets $3.20 at Bet365 | United $1.41 at Sportsbet
When Friday, February 5, 2021 at 6:30pm AEST

Where Nissan Arena – Brisbane, Queensland
Watch live Foxtel, Kayo, SBS On-Demand

Brisbane Bullets vs Melbourne United betting preview

Friday’s NBL mouth-watering contest between the Brisbane Bullets and Melbourne United at Nissan Arena will determine the seriousness of both franchises.

Even though United have scraped over the line in their last two matches, most of their starters are in great form, including Jock Landale and their skipper, Chris Goulding.


The impressive form of the Melbourne players is undeniable, but a pair of star Bullets have been showing out over the past week.

Victor Law and Nathan Sobey are both averaging 28 points over their last couple of matches, with Law also dominating the boards and Sobey averaging six assists as well.

This clash will have a handful of the NBL’s most talented players on the court, but who will get their team the victory?

Brisbane Bullets vs Melbourne United betting tips

To score 15+ points – Jack White

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We identified Jack White’s natural basketball ability in our NBL season preview, and that is now plainly evident after his star turn in Melbourne United’s last outing. White is an obvious athletic specimen who has the tools to finish in the paint and grab offensive rebounds. His confidence will be up after his excellent 22-point performance, and we think he will follow it up with another stunner.

Over 177.5 total points


More NBL games pass the 180-point mark as the rounds progress, and this matchup is between two of the best offensive teams in the comp. Both the Bullets and United average over 90 points per game, with Brisbane coming off a 105-point total last round. United shoot the ball very efficiently and will look to speed up their offence to score more against the Bullets.

Melbourne United by 1-10 points


Even though we believe the United squad is the clearly the strongest in the competition, Nathan Sobey and the Bullets have been very competitive this season. United blew out the 36ers on the NBL’s opening night but have since won two matches by six points or less. This clash should go down to the wire in a high-scoring display.

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