NBA Basketball Game Simulator

CapperTek Game Simulator


The Game Simulator uses advanced algorithms based on many factors (listed below) to determine a winner and final score for a specific game. Vegas uses many factors to create betting lines and odds for every game for the public to wager on, the game simulator reverse engineers those same betting lines and odds as well as incorporates other statistical and historical game information to simulate results for each game.


Game Simulator Key Algorithm Factors

  • Live Vegas Lines and Odds
  • Historical Betting Lines and Odds
  • Streaks and Betting Trends
  • Historical Team Data and Stats
  • Previous Game Matchups
  • Rivalries and Revenge Factor
  • Team Travel and Rest
  • Key Player Injuries or Suspensions
  • Weather Factor (if applicable)


The Game Simulator will also give you recommended betting picks based on the simulation results for each game. If there is value or an oddity in the Vegas betting lines or odds, the Game Simulator will expose it without any bias or human element, strictly numbers.


Please keep in mind that the Game Simulator is not designed to turn a profit nor will it EVER be profitable over time. There could be days, weeks, or even months where the Game Simulator will be profitable but over the long run, the juice that is built into the betting odds slowly generates a profit for the sportsbooks over time and this can NEVER be beaten without proper discipline and strict money management. The Game Simulator is a valuable tool to be used to get an idea on how a game will turn out based purely on the numbers (the same numbers the sportsbooks use to generate the lines and odds) but should not be used with the expectation of long-term profitability.

New Orleans PelicansNew Orleans Pelicans 105
O 229.5
Brooklyn NetsBrooklyn Nets 120
U 229.5
FINAL (1/15/2022)
Simulator Algorithm Version: v5.0.3
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Kevin Durant injury update: Nets star sprains MCL in left knee; optimism he returns in 4-6 weeks, per report

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Kevin Durant injury update: Nets star sprains MCL in left knee; optimism he returns in 4-6 weeks, per report

Kevin Durant's game was cut short on Saturday night. The All-Star forward was ruled out for the remainder of Brooklyn's matchup with the New Orleans Pelicans after suffering a knee injury midway through the second quarter. Durant underwent an MRI on Sunday and was diagnosed with a sprained MCL. The Nets revealed in a statement that Durant is "expected to return to full strength after a period of rehabilitation." According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, there is optimism within the organization that Durant will be able to take the floor again after a four-to-six-week rehab period.

While trying to guard Pelicans guard Herb Jones, Nets forwardBruce Brown fell backwards into Durant's left knee, and Durant immediately reached for the knee in obvious discomfort. He ultimately limped off of the floor and back to the locker room to get checked out, and he was ruled out of the game by Brooklyn shortly thereafter. Before exiting the contest, Durant had 12 points, three rebounds, two assists, a steal and a block in 12 minutes of action in the Nets' 120-105 win.

You can see the play where the injury occurred below:

Obviously, the hope here for the Nets is that the injury isn't a serious one, and that Durant is able to return to the court in short order, as he is in the midst of another MVP-caliber campaign. Brooklyn will likely be as cautious as possible with its MVP candidate considering his injury history and their place near the top of the Eastern Conference standings. Having him healthy when the postseason rolls around is all that matters for the Nets.

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