The NBA on Monday February 1st features two outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.
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It gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Indiana Pacers will host LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Cleveland Cavaliers favored by -4 ½ points. Things are looking brighter for the Cleveland Cavaliers following the coaching change. After an embarrassing loss to the Bulls the team has put together a four game win streak scoring 114 points or greater. Cavaliers head coach Lue has insisted on a running style and called out his team for being out of shape. So far the Cavaliers have responded but the issue of a grueling 82 game schedule could be an issue in this playing style come playoff time. LeBron James has looked tired in recent seasons during the playoffs. This is the second meeting of the year between these two clubs. Back on November 8th it was Cleveland posting the 101-97 home victory against the Pacers but it was the Pacers covering the spread as a +8 point underdog. Indiana shot poorly in defeat hitting on 43% from the floor. LeBron James had 29 points and six rebounds in the victory. The Pacers have won two straight games after beating Denver in overtime on Saturday.
The late night game gets going at 10PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Sacramento Kings will host the Milwaukee Bucks. The Sacramento Kings past the halfway mark of the regular season are in a playoff race with a record of 20-27. It has been a down year in the Western conference as the eighth seeded Portland Trailblazers holds a 1 ½ game lead in the standings over Sacramento for the final playoff spot. Portland is four games under .500. The Bucks sit 5 ½ games out of a playoff spot in the Eastern conference with a mark of 20-29. Milwaukee looks to break a two game losing streak as the team dropped a four point home decision to Miami on Friday night.