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The action gets underway early Sunday afternoon in Oklahoma City as the Thunder host the Boston Celtics. Boston is 34-27 on the year, and the Celtics are playing surprisingly well without Rajon Rondo. Oklahoma City is closing in on San Antonio for the top seed in the Western Conference. The Thunder are 27-4 at home this year. Let’s take a closer look at this one.
The defending Western Conference champion Oklahoma City Thunder (44-16 overall, 17-12 road) visit the New York Knicks (37-21 overall, 21-9 home) Thursday at 8:00 PM ET in the first game of TNT’s double header.
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The Los Angeles Lakers continue their pursuit of a spot in the NBA’s Western Conference playoffs with a tough road test in Oklahoma City. They have finally battled their way back to .500 on the year at 30-30 straight-up with five victories in their last six games. They are now just 2.5 games behind both Utah and Houston for the eighth and final postseason berth.
Sunday afternoon could be a preview of the Western Conference Finals at the Staples Center, where the Oklahoma City Thunder take on the Los Angeles Clippers in NBA betting action.
If you like points, you’ve most certainly come to the right place. Two of the most high-flying teams in the NBA betting world, the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Denver Nuggets are set to do battle for the third time this year, and we’ve got all of the action for this Friday night fight covered.
Two of the top teams in NBA betting will meet on Sunday night at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, where the Chicago Bulls will look for a road ‘W’ against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Timberwolves posted just their fourth straight-up victory in their last 20 games with a 94-87 win over Philadelphia as 3.5-point home favorites this past Wednesday night. They are now 20-31 SU on the year and 22-27-2 against the spread. Minnesota has really struggled on the road with a SU record of 7-18 while going 11-13-1 ATS. The total has stayed UNDER in four of their last five games.
If there was ever any question about LeBron James’ MVP credentials they should have all been answered given his performance over the past six games. In Miami’s 117-104 victory over Portland on Tuesday night as an 11-point home favorite, he scored more than 30 points while shooting at least 60 percent from the field for the sixth-straight game to set a new NBA record.
Oklahoma City extended its current winning streak to four games with Sunday’s 97-69 thrashing of Phoenix as an 8.5-point road favorite. The total stayed UNDER the 205-point line after going OVER in four of its previous five games. The Thunder are now 39-12 straight-up overall and a very profitable 31-18-2 against the spread. They have gone 16-9 SU on the road this season and 13-10-2 ATS.