Basketball betting odds on Sunday have the Boston Celtics favored at home against the Orlando Magic.
The Celtics have sizzled at home this season both straight up and against the NBA betting pointspread but Orlando could be one team that gives them a game. Let’s take a look at this very important Eastern Conference matchup for Sunday.
Basketball betting scheduling information shows that the Magic are in the first half of a back-to-back as they are at Detroit tomorrow. The basketball betting trends actually support the Magic in this game as they have won six of the last ten meetings against Boston. At Boston, the Celtics have won three of the last four meetings against Orlando as basketball betting results show, including 107-88 earlier this season. In fact, the Celtics have won both of the previous meetings against Orlando this season as NBA betting results tell us.
The Magic have been an excellent team this season against the basketball betting pointspread both at home and on the road. Orlando ranks in the Top 10 in offense and defense as basketball betting statistics show and Dwight Howard oftentimes dominates games in the middle. The Magic have not proven though that they can beat the Celtics this basketball odds season so they may end up behind them in the Eastern Conference standings when the season is over.
Boston has had very good basketball odds value at home this season versus the basketball betting pointspread. The Celtics are always laying points at home but more often than not they win and cover the NBA betting number. The Celtics have the second best defense in the NBA as basketball betting stats indicate and they can shutdown any opponent.
Six of the last ten games between the two teams have gone under the basketball betting total. At Boston though, three of the last four games have gone over the basketball betting number.
This is a great NBA betting matchup on Sunday that you don’t want to miss. Open your account at SBG Global today and you can begin your basketball betting with the Magic and Celtics.
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