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Online Basketball Betting: Orlando Magic vs. Detroit Pistons

Online basketball betting on December 29 includes the Eastern Conference basketball betting showdown of the Magic and Pistons.

Online basketball betting fans have looked forward to this matchup of basketball betting playoff contenders for quite some time.  The Orlando Magic had an online basketball betting record of 23-6 straight up and 19-9-1 against the NBA betting odds.

Orlando was an outstanding online basketball betting value on the road with a mark of 9-3-1 against the spread.  The Magic were a superb online basketball betting dog as they got the cash 6 out of 7 times in that role.  Orlando had a comfortable online basketball betting lead over Atlanta for first place in the Southeast division.

Dwight Howard has been the basketball betting bright spot for the Magic this season as he was leading the team in scoring with an average of 20 points per game.  Howard was also a dominating rebound man with an average of 14 boards per game.

Orlando has shown good online basketball betting balance as they ranked 9th overall on offense and 6th overall on defense.  The Magic went on a scorching red hot basketball betting streak from December 8 through December 25 in which they got the cash in 9 consecutive games.

The Detroit Pistons had an overall online basketball betting record of 16-11 straight up but were just 11-16 against the NBA betting odds.  Detroit has been a terrible online basketball betting value at home with a mark of 4-10 against the spread.  The Pistons were just 8-12 against the spread as an online basketball betting favorite.

From December 5 through December 26 the Pistons really hit rock bottom with an online basketball betting stretch in which they got the cash in just 2 out of 10 games.  Detroit’s strength has been their defense which was ranked 11th overall in the NBA.  Their offense has really struggled and was ranked just 22nd in the league.

The Pistons are dependent upon Allen Iverson for most of their offense and he has managed just 18 points per game.

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