NBA betting on Saturday includes a Central Division matchup between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Milwaukee Bucks.
Both teams could be a little tired since each played last night. The pro basketball betting schedule shows that Cleveland was home against Golden State last night while Milwaukee was at Detroit last night.
NBA betting history shows that Cleveland has won 7 of the last 10 meetings against the Bucks. The surprising thing though is that the Bucks are 7-3 against the basketball betting line in those games. A perfect example of these two NBA betting stats occurred earlier this month. The Cavaliers won 99-93 at home but failed to cover the 12 point pro basketball betting pointspread. At Milwaukee, the teams have split their last four meetings both straight up and against the NBA betting pointspread.
NBA betting gamblers have had a lot of success backing the Cavaliers this season. LeBron James has started the season looking like an MVP and he is getting support from Mo Williams and even Delonte West. In past years it was all LeBron and the rest of the Cavaliers watched. This season the team is playing better on both sides of the ball and the Cavaliers have been an NBA betting success.
The Bucks were led by Michael Redd early in the season according to NBA betting stats, but he was injured and they have struggled somewhat of late. He may not return until next week so his status for this game is undetermined according to pro basketball betting information. Milwaukee will have to rely upon Richard Jefferson to carry the scoring load.
If you are looking for another big pro basketball betting trend you need look no farther than the total. The last six meetings between the two teams have gone over the NBA betting number. At Milwaukee, the last two went over while the previous two went under the NBA betting number.
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