NBA Betting – Bobcats vs. Lakers

November 30, 2010 NBA Basketball

NBA betting odds have the Los Angeles Lakers heavily favored at home on Tuesday against the Charlotte Bobcats.

Basketball betting schedule information tells us that it is the 2nd game of a five-game road trip for Charlotte and the first half of a back-to-back as they are at Portland tomorrow night.  Here are more trends and numbers for the Bobcats and the Lakers.

NBA betting on the Lakers will be popular on Tuesday but there are some things that could trip Los Angeles up.  NBA betting scheduling information tells us that this is the last game of a three-game homestand for the Lakers as they begin a six-game road trip on Friday. The Lakers are only 4-4 straight up in the last eight games against the Bobcats as NBA betting stats show.  They are a very poor against the NBA odds in those games going 2-6.  The Lakers have actually lost their last two home games against Charlotte outright as NBA betting results indicate.  They are 0-3 against the NBA odds in their last three home games against Charlotte. For some reason the Lakers have not played well against the Bobcats in recent seasons.

The Lakers are a popular team with NBA betting gamblers but not always a successful one.  Los Angeles is right around the .500 mark both home and away versus the basketball betting pointspread.  This is nothing new as gamblers always take the Lakers in NBA betting. 

The last three games between the two teams have all gone under the NBA betting total.  The previous four games had all gone over the NBA betting total as well.  The Lakers have been a good over team this season at home, going over the NBA betting total almost two thirds of the time.  That makes some sense considering the Lakers have the #1 offense in the NBA as basketball betting stats indicate, while their defense is just in the middle of the pack.

NBA betting on Tuesday should be exciting and you don’t want to miss out.  Open a New Account at SBG Global and begin your basketball betting today.

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