Written and authored by National Basketball Association Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. Charliessports.com produces it for Basketball Point Spread news and notes. NBA Premium Picks have been winning at a 79.9% rate and will continue through the 2016 NBA Finals in 2016. The (11-7) Oklahoma City Thunder of the NBA Western Conference Northwest Division will be on “SOUTH BEACH” for an out of Conference matchup. Oklahoma City takes on the (10-6) Miami Heat of the Eastern Conference Southeast in 2015 NBA action. The game is at the American Airlines Arena on Biscayne Bay in downtown Miami, Florida. Tip-Off time is at 7:00 PM EST on the TNT Television Network. The game is on Thursday, December, 3rd 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Oklahoma City organization develops young talent better than every team except San Antonio. The formula has allowed the team to be relevant when injuries occur. The Miami Heat core players are getting older and slower. General Manager Pat Riley must put some deals on the table to attract more talent. The Opening betting line has Miami as a two-point Home Underdog Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is 200′-points for Thursday’s game.
The 2015-16 Oklahoma City Thunder have won four of their last five Basketball games. Oklahoma City lost at Atlanta 106-100 their last contest on November, 30th. The Thunder offense is a potent as ever, scoring 108.9 ppg that is second in the league. Defensively, Oklahoma City ranks twenty-second of the thirty teams in the NBA. Forward Kevin Durant and guard Russell Westbrook lead the team in three of the five broad categories. Durant is fully healthy this season and has no plans of leaving the organization via free agency. However, the lure of playing in his hometown of Washington D.C. will have both organizations throwing outrageous offers on the table. Westbrook is still one of the most explosive players in Basketball. The former UCLA Bruins star gives 100% each and every night. Center Enis Kanter is the real surprise on the roster and leads the Thunder in rebounding. The key to a Thunder victory is to push the ball at a fast pace on Thursday.
The Miami Heat have lost two of their last three and has failed to score 100-points since November 19th. Miami lost at home to the Boston Celtics 105-95 in their last game. In watching to contest, seeing Boston guard Evan Turner blow by All-Star Dewayne Wade off of the dribble showed how much Wade has declined of defense. The soon to be 34-year old Marquette alumni will be on the trading block sooner than later. It is going to be tough for the organization to part way, but it’s necessary. Wade and forward Chris Bosh combine to score an average of thirty-five points per contest. Starting Point Guard Goran Dragic and Center Hassan Whiteside are tops on the team in assists and rebounds. The key to a Miami win against Oklahoma City is to play at a slow pace and control tempo. Dragic is slowly learning how to be productive in a slow down, half court game.
The Betting Odds Under The Total are 4-0 Oklahoma City last four overall.
The Betting Odds Under the Total are 8-1 Miami last nine games following a Point Spread loss.
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