NBA Pro Basketball Point Spread Over Under Betting Preview

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The NBA card for Sunday January 29th features three games over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all begins at 3:30PM Eastern Time on ABC TV as the Cleveland Cavaliers are home to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Cleveland Cavaliers favored by -7 points with the total lined at 220 points. Cleveland is 31-14 and has struggled losing three straight until they defeated Brooklyn by eight points on Friday. Defense has been a major issue for the Cavs as they have allowed an average of 45.6% shooting which is now in the bottom half of the league. OKC is 28-19 and in danger of opening the playoffs on the road. In a league that focuses on three point shots. The Thunder is making only 32.7% from three.

On NBA TV at 6PM Eastern Time the New Orleans Pelicans have a home date with the Washington Wizards. Washington is favored on the road by -1 point with a total lined at 218 points. Washington has gotten good offensive production as they have won three straight and six of seven games. The offense has come alive for the Wizards as they average 109 points per game with 47.5% shooting. New Orleans is still trying to find a quality surrounding cast for Anthony Davis.

The late night game tips at 9PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Portland Trailblazers are home to the Golden St Warriors. Golden St enters this game on a back to back as they crush the LA Clippers on their home court on Saturday night 144-98 as they easily cover the spread as a -13 point favorite. Curry had 43 points in their blowout win. Kevin Durant has led the team in shooting and scoring as he is averaging 26 points per game and hitting on nearly 55% from the field. Portland has been an underperforming team this year as they are 21-27 on the season. The Trailblazers are just 13-9 on the home court and has been hampered by a poor defense that allows 110.2 points per game.

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