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NBA Friday Basketball – Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers

The Golden State Warriors (5-10 SU, 7-8 ATS) will try to avoid losing their fifth straight game on Friday night when they visit the Cleveland Cavaliers (12-3 SU, 11-4 ATS) in NBA pro basketball sports betting action that is scheduled to take place at 7:30 PM ET at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.

Friday, November 28
BetUS NBA Basketball Betting Odds: CLEVELAND -12, Total 215

Here are some of the NBA pro basketball sports betting trends as they relate to this matchup:

* GS has lost its last four games SU
* GS has lost five of its last six road games SU
* CLEV has won 12 of its last 13 games SU
* CLEV has won its last 11 home games SU
* CLEV has played six of its last seven home games OVER the total


* Ten of the last 15 meetings have gone OVER the total
* CLEV has won and covered 12 of the last 15 meetings as the home team
* Five of the last seven meetings in Cleveland have gone OVER the total
* CLEV has had the shooting edge in five of the last eight meetings
* CLEV has had the rebounding edge in each of the last nine meetings

Where is the problem with the Warriors? Well, like it has often been in the era of Don Nelson, it’s on defense. Golden State just doesn’t do it very well. The Warriors have allowed the opposition to shoot 46% from the field, and their figure of 107 points yielded per game is second worst in the NBA. This is a bad potion against a Cleveland squad that is shooting just a bit lower than 49% and has outscored opposing teams by 14 points a game at the Quicken Loans Arena. Two nights ago the Cavs got only 14 points out of LeBron James, yet they laughed all the way to a 117-82 obliteration of the Oklahoma City Thunder, with an insane 61% field goal percentage. That was the third straight game Cleveland has shot better than 50%.

And they have really made this stuff look easy. The Cavs were up 32 points in Madison Square Garden at one point over the Knicks, and had built a 42-point lead over the Thunder. It was so easy that LeBron played just 17 minutes on Wednesday. He is, of course, getting some dependable offensive support for a change, with Daniel Gibson (15 points), J.J. Hickson (14 points) and Zydrunas Ilkgauskas (17 points). Delonte West and Mo Williams have combined for over 27 points a game. This team has gotten 122 points off its bench in the last two games alone, with Wally Szczerbiak contributing 28 of those points. This looks like it is developing into a true ensemble cast.

Golden State, in its fourth road game in six days, is playing without Monta Ellis, who had been given the point guard duties but is sitting out a suspension. Cleveland has won six consecutive games by 11 points or more. The Cavs, who have topped sixty points in the first half in each of the last two games, could be dealing out an early exit again. We’ll lay the points with the Cavs, the 12-point favorite in the BetUS NBA pro basketball sports betting odds.



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