Sports Handicapper Ron Raymond has an 80% Winning Angle on tonight’s game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center. Tip off set for 8pm!
After getting destroyed by 32 points Monday by the Boston Celtics, the Lakers rebounded with a 100-92 win last night over the New York Knicks. Lakers forward LeBron James played 36 minutes and scored 21 points making 50% of his Field Goals and hitting all 13 of his free throws.
Meanwhile, Brooklyn is currently riding a 4-game losing streak SU & ATS and they are coming off a 117-111 home lost Monday to the Philadelphia 76ers. Nets Guard Spencer Dinwiddie led the Nets with 22-points on Monday vs. the Sixers and made 35% of his FG while hitting 77.8% of his free throws.
Lakers – Nets 80% WINNING BETTING ANGLE on the OVER/UNDER
The OVER is 8-2-0 (80%) for the Lakers when they are a Road Team the last 4 year, coming off a Road win of 8-11 points.
Lakers vs. Nets odds
Bookmaker – Lakers -5.5/227
Bovada – Lakers -5.5/227
NBA Odds: Sixers Host Lakers on ABC
LeBron James will be back in the national spotlight this Saturday when his Los Angeles Lakers visit the Philadelphia 76ers, live on ABC on 8:30 PM ET. The Lakers are the top team in the Western Conference standings; the Sixers are in a three-way dogfight with Toronto and Boston for the Atlantic Division.
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With James leading the way, the Lakers are +275 favorites at press time to win the NBA title – and they should be relatively healthy for this contest with Anthony Davis (tailbone) and Rajon Rondo (finger) coming off the injured list on Monday. Philadelphia may or may not have Joel Embiid (hand) back in time for Saturday; they’re fifth on the championship futures market at +1100, well behind the Milwaukee Bucks at +400 to represent the East in the NBA Finals.
This will be the first of two regular-season games between these clubs – they’ll meet again at Staples Center on March 3. While both teams have played stout defense this year, the Lakers have also excelled on offense, something that Philadelphia have struggled with since trading Jimmy Butler to the Miami Heat during the offseason. The Sixers rank No. 24 in free-throw attempts and No. 23 in 3-point attempts.
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