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NBA Betting – Friday Night Threesome

Antawn JamisonThere will be three NBA games broadcast nationally on Friday night. In Canada, the Toronto Raptors will host the New Jersey Nets on TSN2 and in the United States, ESPN’s doubleheader will start with the Milwaukee Bucks at the Cleveland Cavaliers and will finish up with the Washington Wizards at Golden State Warriors.

New Jersey Nets @ Toronto Raptors
Sports Betting System Odds: Raptors -12

The New Jersey Nets ended their ugly season-opening 18-game winning streak but they’ve promptly started a new one. The Nets have lost five straight and have been demolished in every contest, losing each game by double-figures.

The Toronto Raptors haven’t been as pathetic as the Nets have this year but they have been disappointing. They have lost two straight and are now 11-17 on the year. Their quick two-game road trip to Florida turned out to be disastrous as the Raptors lost 115-95 to Miami and 118-99 to Orlando.

On Friday night at home, though, internet betting cappers can expect the Raptors to dominate the Nets. The Nets have problems scoring while the Raptors don’t; that should be a recipe for success for Toronto.

Milwaukee Bucks @ Cleveland Cavaliers
Sportsbook
Odds: Cavaliers -10 

The Milwaukee Bucks made a great draft selection when they picked Brandon Jennings but unfortunately one player does not make a team.

The Bucks are still a few bricks short of a load, as evidenced by their 11-12 record. More importantly for Friday night, they are just 2-8 on the road as they head out on the road to face the red hot Cavaliers.

Cleveland has won four straight games overall and seven in a row at home. The Bucks will do their best but they won’t win at the Quicken Loans Arena.

Washington Wizards @ Golden State Warriors
5Dimes Review Odds: Warriors -1

The Washington Wizards have had a tough time of late. They have tied an NBA record with six straight losses of four points or less. The Wizards have had some very tough losses over the last week and their record is now 7-16 overall. As they say, close does not count.

The Wizards will try to get at least one win from their four-game West Coast swing as they play Golden State on Friday night. They Wizards finish the trip in Phoenix, so their best shot will come against the Warriors.

Even so, something just isn’t right in Wizardland so don’t bet on them right now. They are a team to stay away from until we see some better play.

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Eric G.

Eric is the owner and editor-in-chief of the Camel Clutch Blog. Eric has worked in the pro wrestling industry since 1995 as a ring announcer in ECW and a commentator/host on television, PPV, and home video. Eric also hosted Pro Wrestling Radio on terrestrial radio from 1998-2009. Check out some of Eric's work on his IMDB bio and Wikipedia. Eric has an MBA from Temple University's Fox School of Business.

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