NBA betting on Cleveland has been highly profitable this year while the Clippers have been one of the worst commodities in basketball betting for 2008-09. The Cleveland Cavaliers have performed at an incredible NBA betting pace this season and have shown no signs of slowing down any time soon.
In fact, since February 11, Cleveland has been one of the hottest teams in all of basketball betting and has gone past the defending world champion Boston Celtics for the top spot in the eastern conference and the home court advantage that would come with it in the playoffs.
Cleveland had an overall NBA betting mark of 48-12 straight up and 40-20 against the basketball betting odds. From February 11 through March 4 the Cavaliers went on a NBA betting stretch in which they got the cash in 8 out of 10 games.
Cleveland had an away NBA betting record of 18-14 against the spread and was a strong 35-17 as a chalk. Cleveland had the number one ranked offense in all of NBA betting and ranked 12th on defense. The Cavaliers have been something of an “under” team in road action with a mark of 13-19 under the total away from home.
Lebron James was averaging 28.4 points per game to lead the team in scoring. James also led the Cavaliers in assists, rebounds, and steals! The Los Angeles Clippers have been a NBA betting mirror opposite of Cleveland.
The Clippers have been one of the worst teams in all of basketball betting and have been on another bad stretch as of late. From January 25 through March 4 the Clippers went a horrific 4-16 against the spread to blow up NBA betting bankrolls.
The Clippers had an overall NBA betting record of 15-47 straight up and 24-38 against the basketball betting odds. LA was a poor NBA betting commodity at home with a mark of 11-21 against the spread.
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