Free 2014-15 NBA Betting Picks: Milwaukee Bucks at Charlotte Bobcats.

Authored by NBA Against The Spread Expert Analyst Charlie McDougall and produced by for their 2014-15 NBA season opener on Wednesday October 29, 2014 at 7:00 pm est.
The (0-0) Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA Eastern Conference Central division will take on the (0-0) Charlotte Bobcats of the Eastern Conference Southeast division in 2014-15 NBA action. The game will be played at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina. This Sports Handicapper can’t wait to see the number 2 overall pick in this years draft perform with the Worlds best Basketball players, talking about Jabari Parker who has been a star in waiting since his Freshman year in high school. Charlotte owner Michael Jordan will be court side to watch this kid open the season. Big things are expected this season in the Queen City, the Bobcats made the playoffs last season but were swept in the first round by Miami. Is your source for NBA news, notes and Predictions. NBA Betting Line has the Charlotte Bobcats as a 10 point home favorite Against The Spread and the total is posted at 190 points for Wednesday’s basketball game.

Jason Kidd has been out of the National Basketball Association as a player for 2 year and 2 years removed he has been the Head Coach of 2 different teams. Last season he took the Brooklyn Nets to the playoffs and now he is the man on the Milwaukee Bucks bench. The 2014-15 Milwaukee Bucks got the steal of the NBA draft and the most talented Basketball player in Parker. Milwaukee seems to be a stop for most , but their prized rookie is from Chicago and will be committed to the other city on Lake Michigan. Milwaukee is 0-3-1 Against The spread their last 4 played on the road, dating back to last season and are 1-4 ATS their last 5 NBA Expert Predictions vs. The Charlotte Bobcats. There is a lot of optimism surrounding the Milwaukee Bucks this season, most say it is a rebuilding year but it maybe a miracle year for the team that call the BMO Harris Bradley Center home. Milwaukee won a NBA title back in 1971 with Oscar Robertson and Kareem Abdul Jabbar, he was Lew Alcindor back then. Milwaukee has some talented defensive player along the front with shot blocker Larry Sanders and the high rising Giannis Antetokounmpo. The key for the Bucks to get out of the cellar is for everyone to buy into the Jason Kidd system, if the big men handle the lane and become glass eaters then it’s all good. The backcourt is also sound with former high draft picks O.J Mayo and Brandon Knight.

The 2014-15 Charlotte Bobcats have the fans in that city itching for the season the start. Charlotte had the 9th overall pick in the NBA draft and chose Indiana forward Noah Vonleh who may be a project. There is no pressure to get him in the rotation, just let him sit and learn from some of the veteran players. The under is 4-1 the last 5 meetings between the teams.Charlotte is 19-6-1 Against The Spread their last 26 Free NBA Against The spread Predictions played on Wednesday’s. The Charlotte Bobcats were labeled a cheap franchise since Michael Jordan took over as owner. He broke up a team that went to the playoffs often in the Larry Brown era. The Bobcats are gaining the trust of their loyal fans once again after getting Al Jefferson in free agency. Jefferson is the key to the success of Charlotte, sure Kimba Walker runs the show on the floor as the point guar but Jefferson make it happen in the paint. This season the Bobcats went out and inked former Indiana Pacer bad boy Lance Stephenson who will bring all kinds of confidence to the team. Charlotte will be a team to watch, they maybe even better than the team that swept them in the playoffs last season and they are definitely better than the Indiana Pacers.


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