Basketball betting odds on Saturday have the Cleveland Cavaliers favored at home against the Miami Heat.
It is a rematch of a game earlier this week in Miami when the two teams met. It is a back-to-back NBA betting situation for both teams as Miami was in Toronto last night while the Cavaliers were in Boston.
Basketball betting trends indicate that before the teams met earlier this week the Cavaliers had won 6 of the last 10 games while the teams had split against the basketball odds. At Cleveland, the Cavaliers have won five of the last six games as basketball betting stats show. The teams have split those six meetings against the NBA betting pointspread.
Cleveland and Miami have superstar guards as the Cavaliers are led by LeBron James while Dwyane Wade leads the Heat. Both James and Wade have been competing for the scoring lead in the league this season along with Kobe Bryant. The difference between the two teams in basketball betting has been that LeBron has a supporting cast this season while Miami is still very young and Wade doesn’t get a lot of help.
The Heat have played pretty solid defense this season ranking just outside the Top 10 in basketball odds, but that is nothing compared to the Cavaliers who lead the league in defense as basketball betting numbers illustrate. Cleveland has a better offense than Miami as NBA betting results show. The Cavaliers have been fantastic this season at home versus the basketball betting pointspread.
Six of the last ten meetings between the two teams have gone under the NBA betting total. At Cleveland, four of the last six have gone under the basketball betting total. The Cavaliers have been a slight under team at home this season as basketball betting information demonstrates. The Heat have been a slight over team on the road as basketball betting stats show.
This basketball betting matchup of guards should be exciting as Miami takes on Cleveland. Make sure you open your account at SBG Global so you can wager on the Heat and Cavaliers and all of the other basketball betting action.
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