NBA betting history shows that Cleveland has also covered the spread quite a bit in those ten meetings. They are 7-2-1 against the basketball betting pointspread in those games. Both teams enter Friday’s game in the first game of a back-to-back situation according to the NBA betting schedule. The Pacers will play at home against New Jersey tomorrow night while the Cavaliers are at Chicago.
Indiana has had no success at all against the Cavaliers in recent seasons in NBA betting and it hasn’t mattered where the games have been played. Cleveland has won the last 7 games overall and 9 of the last 10 according to NBA betting stats. In Cleveland, it is even more one-sided as the Pacers haven’t won there since 2004 according to basketball betting numbers. Last year the Pacers were pounded at Cleveland 118-105 and 103-95 according to NBA betting stats.
Looking at the NBA betting total we see that the last two meetings between the teams went under the basketball betting line but the previous four went over. It has been a very streaky series with the total as you go back after those four games and find four more unders in NBA betting. At Cleveland, three of the last five meetings have gone under the NBA betting total.
When you think about the Cavaliers in NBA betting you normally think about LeBron James and then everyone else. He is the star but it is oftentimes the supporting cast that decides whether or not Cleveland wins and covers the NBA betting pointspread. New point guard Mo Williams looks good and Daniel Gibson has gotten off to a fast start this season.
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