Written and authored by National Basketball Association Expert Analyst Charlie Red McDougall. Charliessports.com produces it for Basketball Betting news and notes. NBA Premium Predictions have been winning at a 73.9% rate and will continue through the 2016 NBA Finals in June 2016. The (34-12) Cleveland Cavaliers of the Eastern Conference Central Division will be in the “CIRCLE CITY” for a Divisional matchup. Cleveland will play the (25-22) Indiana Pacers also of the Eastern Conference Central in 2016 NBA action. The teams will play at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. Tip-Off time is at 7:00 PM EST. The game is on Monday, February, 1st 2016. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Cleveland Cavaliers are the best team in the East. Cleveland got a huge home win recently. The Indiana Pacers must get some post help if they are going to compete with the elite. The Opening Betting Line has Cleveland as a four and a half-point Road Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds Total is 211 for Monday’s game.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are on a four-game winning streak. Cleveland beat San Antonio by fourteen points their last game on ABA Television. The team is 4-1 under new head coach Tyronn Lue. The former NBA player takes over for David Blatt. Cleveland is first in the Central and looks to be the number-one seed in the East. Fans were ecstatic Saturday night at Quicken Loans Arena as the “CAVS” scored 37-points in the first quarter against San Antonio. The organization is excited about the new style of play. The team had to make a move after a blowout home defeat to the Golden State Warriors. Cleveland ranks eleventh in the league offensively. The Cavalier defense is among the best in the NBA. Mega Star LeBron James leads the team in scoring, assists, and steals. If Cleveland brings the kind of energy they did Saturday, Golden State is in trouble.
The 2016 Indiana Pacers have won tow of their last three in their current homestand. Indiana got a 109-105 overtime victory over Denver on the 30th of this month. The Pacers are third in the Central, one and a half game behind second-place Chicago. Head Coach Frank Vogel is starting to trust his 2015 draft choices. Both Myles Turner and Joe Young received considerable playing time recently. The Pacers season begins now and the push for an Eastern Conference title begins. Point Guard George Hill insists the team is ready for any challenge that comes their way. Indiana is in the top third league-wide on both offense and defense. Paul George is the leader on offense with a 23.5 ppg average. Monta Ellis dishes out a team-best 5.0 assists per contest. Turner gets 1.4 shot blocks per game. The Pacers will see where they are as a team Monday at home vs. The Cavaliers.
Cleveland is 3-0-1 ATS their last four on the road.
The Pacers have covered the last four Against The Point Spread vs. Cleveland.
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