NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Friday

Share |

The NBA card for Friday November 2nd features eight games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. Two games will air over national television on ESPN TV.

Bet NBA pro basketball at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where bettors can now Claim their Free 50% Bonus up to $2,000. Deposit today and get into the excitement of watching and wagering on NBA pro basketball all the way up to the Finals scheduled for early June!

It all gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Washington Wizards 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 Washington Wizards favored by -3 points with the over under line of 229 points. Since beginning the season at 0-4 the Oklahoma City Thunder has won three straight. With the return of Russell Westbrook to the lineup the Thunder has seen their offensive production improve them to the win column. OKC will be on the back end of a back to back after their 111-107 road win at Charlotte. In the win Westbrook had 29 points with ten assists hitting on 12 of 24 shots. Despite the win the shooting percentage was quiet poor as the Thunder shot 42.7% with 8 of 37 from three. The bench came through for Oklahoma City with 25 points by Alex Abrines and 21 by Dennis Schroder. Wizards are off to a 1-6 start and return home off a 1-4 road trip. Their lone win came in overtime 125-124 win at Portland. Wizards are giving up 47% shooting with 39.6% from three.

The late night game tips at 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV with the Golden St Warriors hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves. Golden St is favored by -11 points with the total set at 238 ½ points. Warriors are 8-1 on the season but 5-4 to the spread. Golden St has covered the point spread in their past three games at home after a 131-121 home win to New Orleans Pelicans. Warriors are shooting well to start the season hitting 52.4% from the floor and 41.8% from three point range. Minnesota is 4-4 and has a personnel issue as Jimmy Butler refused to play in his last game wanting to be traded away from the team. Media reports have Butler suiting up for this game. Timberwolves has won two straight after their 128-125 home win to Utah. It was a huge performance by Derrick Rose who scored 50 points on 19 of 31.

Comments are closed.