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Brad Evans’ NBA bet of the day (April 26)

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Always itching for action, Brad Evans scours the ‘books for a seducing wager whether NFL, NBA, MLB, Chinese ping pong, whatever. Come back daily to see where he’s blowing his bankroll. Fade or follow? That, of course, is entirely up to you. 

Julius Randle OVER 25.5 points against Phoenix (-114, FanDuel)

As NFL Draft maniacs spin contrived, confused and generally moronic eleventh-hour webs about Travis Etienne to Shaun Alexander comps, and MLB talking heads debate whether Madison Bumgarner’s seven-inning no-no really is a no-no (confession, it shouldn’t be), the New York Knicks, lampooned repeatedly for years, are stealing the sports world show. Covering 12 straight games, they’re riding an immense tidal wave all the way to the NBA postseason. Randle’s continuous uppercuts applied to the competition are the primary reason why his team is a sudden heavyweight contender. This month, he’s averaged an eye-catching 27.6 points per game, 9.4 rebounds per game and 6.8 assists per game. In his last 14 games, he’s compiled nine double-doubles, including topping the proposed points number nine times. Holy Patrick Ewing! Phoenix is a formidable opponent ranking No. 5 in adjusted defensive efficiency. However, according to the FTN Daily advanced DvP tool, the Suns are the ninth-best matchup for a skilled center. Hello, Julius. 

Units risked: 1.14
Column record: 6-7 (-1.47 units)

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