LA Lakers at Oklahoma City Thunder NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The second game of the ESPN doubleheader from the NBA on Friday will feature the LA Lakers as they continue their road trip with a stop against the Western Conference champions the Oklahoma City Thunder on December 7th. The Lakers and Thunder will begin from Oklahoma City at 9:30PM Eastern Time and you can watch the action live over ESPN.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home standing Oklahoma City Thunder favored by -7 ½ points with an over under line of 210 points. A money line wager on the favored OKC Thunder will return -345 odds. Bettors who play on the road underdog LA Lakers to pull off the outright win will get back +285 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Thunder is out to another hot start with a record of 15-4 on the year as the club is working itself for the number one seed this season in the Western conference. The Thunder fits the profile for a legitimate NBA World Champion as they are first in the league in points scored and offensive field goal percentage and it second in the NBA in defensive field goal percentage by allowing 42.4% shooting to their opponents. The Thunder has won six straight games and has been putting up major points on the scoreboard. They have scored 106 or more points in eight of their past ten games with seven games with 110 or more points. The Thunder has been especially tough to defend on their home court as the club shoots 50 ½% from the field on the season. The Lakers have done a poor job of protecting the basketball as they are worst in turnovers in the league and on the road the club coughs up the basketball an average of 18 times per game. LA Lakers are 2-5 straight up on the road this season and have lost two of their past three games. They will continue to play without the services of Pau Gasol who will miss his third game in a row as he sits with knee tendinitis.

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