San Antonio Spurs at Oklahoma City Thunder NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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A banged up San Antonio Spurs will travel to play the Oklahoma City Thunder from NBA pro basketball on Monday night. The Spurs and Thunder will begin from Oklahoma City at 8PM Eastern Time and the NBA League Pass Channel will televise live.

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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 -5 ½ points with the over under line of 208 points. A money line bet on the favored OKC Thunder will return -225 odds. Bettors who believe the San Antonio Spurs can pull off the straight up win on Monday night can receive +185 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Spurs will most likely sit down Manu Ginobili, Kawhi Leonard and Stephen Jackson on Monday night. Ginobili suffered a leg injury against the Celtics over the weekend. Leonard has tendinitis in his knee and will most likely miss his 13th game of the season. Jackson is dealing with an injured pinky and is highly questionable in the game against the Thunder. San Antonio is off to a 19-6 start on the year and the team has won 11 of their first 15 road games. They have been an offensive powerhouse early in the season as they are second in the NBA in scoring offense with 105 points a game and makes 48% of their shots good for third in that category. The Thunder checks in with a record of 19-4 and have been good on their home court winning 13 of their first fifteen games. They are currently riding a ten game winning streak and will play the fifth and final game of this home stand. The Thunder sports the number one scoring offense in the league by averaging 106 points and game and is number one in offensive field goal percentage making 49% of their shots. The Spurs and Thunder went at it earlier this season on November 1st and it was San Antonio coming away with the 86-84 home win as a -2 point favorite. The Thunder had a poor shooting night in defeat as the team managed just 37.7% shooting.

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