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Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Online Betting NBA Analysis

Posted by: Charlie Smith
Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder - Online Betting NBA Odds - Tuesday, February 13

The new-look Cleveland Cavaliers have emerged as the newest online betting NBA favorite in the Eastern Conference, despite the fact that they’re currently 3rd in the conference. But after the Cavs gutted their roster and brought in a plethora of veteran talent, Cleveland is the unquestionable frontrunner in the East. After all, the Cavs just pummeled the Boston Celtics 121-99 just a few short nights ago. And in this evening’s Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder matchup, LeBron James & Co. will have an opportunity to strut their stuff once again. Let’s take a look at some NBA parlay picks players can line up on this evening’s action.

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder – Tues., Feb. 13th

When: 8:00 pm ET

Where: Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Stream: Drama on TNT, NBA League Pass

Online Betting NBA Lines:

Cleveland Cavaliers +1 ½ (-110)      222 (-110)       +108

Oklahoma City Thunder -1 ½ (-110)           222 (-110)       -128

Cleveland Cavaliers

After picking up three straight wins, the Cleveland Cavaliers enter this evening’s matchup sporting a 32-22 record that pegs them as the best team in the Central Division. However, as previously brought up, the Cavs currently rank 3rd in the conference, 6 games behind the Toronto Raptors. The Celtics used to be the dominant team in the East but with the Cavs triumph over them the other night; the Cavs are now 1 win away from usurping Boston in the East. Nevertheless, despite the fact that Cleveland now looks like the best team in the East, online betting NBA pundits aren’t cutting LeBron any slack. Specifically, people are confused why the greatest player in the world continually needs more and more help each season. It might have something to do with NBA forming more and more super-teams each season, but who knows?

Oklahoma City Thunder

The Thunder bolt into this Tuesday night pairing flashing a 32-25 record that pegs them as the 2nd best team in the Northwest Division. Additionally, Oklahoma City currently ranks 5th in the Western Conference, 12-games behind the conference-leading Golden State Warriors. Unlike this evening’s opponent, the Thunder enter this evening’s matchup riding a bit of a slump. Overall, Oklahoma City is 2-5 in their last 7 matchups, which is certainly a cause for concern in this evening’s matchups. With that in mind, should sportsbook players take the favorite in this evening’s Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder matchup?

Accounting for who the odds are pegging as the favorite, there’s really no reason to back the Thunder this evening. Oklahoma City hasn’t been having the best of seasons, with inconsistency being their biggest setback. The fact that the Thunder are 2-5 in their last 7 is testament to how inconsistency has been the defining feature of OKC this season. Which is a bit of a shame, since we were expecting them to challenge the Warriors in the West. So, with the odds favoring the Thunder, players should rack up a large payout on the Cavaliers. After all, Cleveland just got done pummeling Boston by 30 points.