NBA Betting Previews - Bucks at Grizzlies, Bulls at Lakers

Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose on court in basketball gameWith the NBA 2015-16 Season heading to the All-Star break we still have a lot of game forthcoming and therefore we chose to preview 2 games for Thursday the 28th of January 2016 with the 1st being the Bucks at the Grizzlies and the 2nd being the Bulls at the Lakers.

Milwaukee Bucks at Memphis Grizzlies

Therefore for those that Bet on NBA at SBG Global the 1st game we preview for Thursday is the 20-27 Milwaukee Bucks (Eastern Conference playing at the 26-20 Memphis Grizzlies (Western Conference) with the tip-off scheduled for 8 PM ET and played at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee and seen on FSW1 TV.

The Milwaukee Bucks are seeking to continue their winning path as in their ultimate 8 games they managed to win 5, as they have shot 46.4 % and averaged some 98.4 points in those game, while they allowed some 102 points per game and 45.2% shooting to the opponents. Their K. Middleton has averaged some 18 points and 5 assists while G. Monroe has averaged some 9.9 rebounds and 16.3 points per game, and then G. Antetokounmpo has averaged 7.3 rebounds and M. Williams has averaged 6 assists each game.

The Bucks to date from 3-point range have averaged 35.6 percent and on free throws they are averaging 75.9%. To their opponents to date they have allowed some 36.7% from 3-point range, and averaged grabbing some 76 rebounds each game. In their ultimate 11 road games the Bucks have lost 7 of those away games. Their only questionable player for the game is O. Mayo with an injury to his hamstring.

Meanwhile the Memphis Grizzlies in their ultimate 10 games have won 7 and they seek another win on Thursday as they average some 96.9 points each game with 43.5% completion on shots, as they allowed opponents some 98 points and 44% completion rate on shots. Their M. Gasol has averaged some 16.8 points with 7.4 rebounds each game, and M. Conley has averaged some 15.2 points with 6 assists each game. Their Z. Randolph has 8.2 rebounds while M. Chalmers averaged 4 assists per game. The team has shot some 33.4 percent on 3-pointers and with free throws average 79.2%. The Grizzlies in their ultimate 10 games have won 10 of those games.

Chicago Bulls at Los Angeles Lakers

The 2nd game we preview is also this Thursday night the 28th of January 2016 from the west coast, as the 25-19 Chicago Bulls (Eastern Conference) travel west to take on the 9-38 Los Angeles Lakers (Western Conference) with the game being played at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California with the tip-off scheduled for 10:30 PM ET and seen on TNT TV.

The Chicago Bulls come into this game seeking a victory after they have just completed a 10 game streak in which they lost 7 games, as the team has averages some 102 points a game on shooting 44%, and as they allowed opponents to score some 101 points on 43% each game. Leading the Bulls is J. Butler who averages 22.4 points each game with a 44% shooting average and with 4.4 assists each game, while teammate P. Gasol averages 17 points with 11 rebound each game. Then they have N. Mirotic who has been averaging 6 rebounds while A. Brooks comes in with 3 assists per game. To date the Bulls are averaging from 3-point range some 36% and on free throws some 79%. Meanwhile they have allowed opponents some 33% completions from 3 point range, but they themselves have averaged 49 rebounds each game. The Bulls in their ultimate 10 road games have 5 wins and 5 losses. For this Thursday game their players D. Rose and E. Moore are with questionable injuries!

On the other side of the court the Los Angeles Lakers are seeking a win in an attempt to shut down their 7 games streak of losses. To date they are averaging some 96.4 points each game as they are shooting 41.6 percent, while they are allowing opponents some 106.1 points each game with 46.6% completion. Leading the Lakers has been L. Williams who has averaged some 16 points a game with some 2.8 assists, while J. Clarkson has 3.4 assists on average, and J. Randle leads the rebounding averaging 9.7 each game. In the Ultimate 8 home games the Lakers have managed to lose 7 of those games. Questionable for this game is their all-time star K. Bryant who is tending to a shoulder injury.