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NBA Tuesday Preview and Free Pick - Indiana Pacers at Philadelphia 76ers

Tuesday's NBA betting action tips off at 7 p.m. from the Wells Fargo Center with a big Eastern Conference clash between the Indiana Pacers and the Philadelphia 76ers.

Tuesday's NBA betting action at VietBet tips off at 7 p.m. from the Wells Fargo Center with a big Eastern Conference clash between the Indiana Pacers and the Philadelphia 76ers. Philadelphia has been opened as a 5.5-point home favorite with the total set at 212.5.

Indiana (39-28) has moved into third place in the Eastern Conference standings with a straight-up 7-3 run over its last 10 games. It is coming off back-to-back victories against Atlanta at home and Boston on the road both straight-up and against the spread. The Pacers are 5-1 ATS on VietBet's closing line in their last six games and the total has stayed UNDER in their last seven contests.

Victor Oladipo led the way in Sunday's 99-97 win against Boston with 27 points while going 10-for-20 from the field. The Pacers connected on 12 of their 22 shots from three-point range to help preserve the win. Indiana is averaging 106.0 points per game, but it has failed to reach that number in seven of its last eight outings.

The 76ers rolled over Brooklyn 120-97 on Sunday as 5.5-point road favorites. They are now 4-2 both SU and ATS in their last six games. At 36-29 on the year, they are sitting in sixth place in the East. Philadelphia has gone 20-10 at home this season both SU and ATS. It has covered in 10 of its last 11 home games while winning each of those contests SU. The total has stayed UNDER VietBet's closing line in six of its last eight games overall.

The current NBA basketball betting odds posted on this game by Elite-rated VietBet have risen slightly on the home team since the opening number, while the total has fallen a bit.

Indiana Pacers (+6)
Philadelphia 76ers (-6)

Over 211.5 points (-110)
Under 211.5 points (-110)

Joel Embiid scored 21 points and Robert Covington added 19 more in Sunday's win. All five starters ended the game in double figures with three more players scoring at least 10 points off the bench. Embiid remains the team's leading scorer with 23.4 points per game as part of a 107.9-point scoring average that is ranked 10th in the NBA. He also leads the way in rebounds with 10.9 on the league's top rebounding team (46.6).

Both teams are playing to expectations lately in pursuit of a better spot in the postseason. The slight edge in this one both SU and ATS has to go to Philadelphia given the way it is playing at home right now. is your international headquarters for the best in NBA betting action, offering sports wagering in English, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Spanish.