Milwaukee Bucks at Memphis Grizzlies NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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Game two of the ESPN TV doubleheader from NBA pro basketball will feature the Milwaukee Bucks on the road in a back to back spot as they battle the Memphis Grizzlies. The Bucks and Grizzlies will begin from Memphis at 9:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by 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 club Memphis Grizzlies favored by -9 points and the over under line of 188 points. A money line bet on Memphis will bring back -500 odds. Bettors who believe that the Milwaukee Bucks can earn the straight up win tonight can get back +400 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Memphis Grizzlies has won the prior four head to head match ups with Milwaukee with three spread covers. The Bucks enter play at 13-10 on the year with a road mark of 6-5. They have been playing good basketball as the team has pulled out five wins in their past six games. Last night at home the Bucks earn the 98-93 home win against the Indiana Pacers as a -2 ½ point favorite. The Bucks forced 20 Pacers turnovers and held the team to just 40% shooting from the floor. Brandon Jennings went off last night for 34 points and six assists as he nails 13 of is 22 shots. The Grizzlies went through a stretch last week where they dropped three straight games as the offense went off the tracks with an 85 point per game average. The team has rebounded with two straight wins but still no games hitting the century mark. The Grizzlies have been a tremendous defensive team this season as they allow their opponents just 90 points a game which is good for first in the NBA. After a year struggling through injuries that forced him to play in just 22 games last season Zach Randolph has bounced back this season with a 17 point per game average with nearly 13 boards a night. Randolph makes nearly 50% of his shots from the field and showing off signs of his excellent form from two seasons ago.

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