The Blazers have owned the T’wolves in this series according to basketball betting stats and Minnesota is in a bad travel spot.
NBA betting information shows that Minnesota is playing the second game of a three-game road trip and is in the second game of a back-to-back situation as they were at Sacramento last night. If that wasn’t bad enough, they have had very little success against the Blazers recently. Portland has won 8 of the last 10 meetings between the two teams according to basketball betting numbers. The Blazers have covered 9 of those 10 games according to NBA betting stats. At Portland, the Blazers have won and covered the basketball betting line in the last five meetings.
What should not be overlooked in this game is the NBA betting total. Six of the last seven games between the two teams have gone over the basketball betting line. Three of the last five at Portland have gone over the NBA betting number including three straight.
Some people have gotten off the Portland bandwagon in NBA betting with the injury to Greg Oden but that might be a mistake. The Blazers were pretty good last year without him and they can still impact the NBA betting line on a regular basis. In fact, they might be better off in NBA betting without Oden considering how injury prone he is and his lack of development. Brandon Roy is considered one of the most exciting players in the NBA by many basketball betting experts. LaMarcus Aldridge is also considered a good young player that can impact the NBA betting odds. Minnesota is not without talent but they don’t have nearly as many weapons as the Blazers according to NBA betting experts. Al Jefferson is solid and rookie Kevin Love looks like he might post some solid numbers but overall the Timberwolves have a long way to go according to most NBA betting experts.
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