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Milwaukee Bucks at Oklahoma City Thunder Betting Preview

In the National Basketball Association, the Milwaukee Bucks are at the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday. The Milwaukee Bucks have won back to back games, and are now 49-31 on the season. The Bucks are second in the Eastern Conference standings. Milwaukee is coming off wins over the Celtics and Magic.

For Oklahoma City, they are 55-25 on the season. The Thunder have won three straight, and are coming off a 38 point win at home over the Spurs. Oklahoma City is tied with the Minnesota Timberwolves for the second seed in the West. Both trail the Nuggets by a single game.

The Oklahoma City Thunder are massive favorites in this game. The Thunder are -10.5 over the Bucks.

Bucks Coming Off Back to Back Wins

In the win on Wednesday, the Bucks did not have the services of their top player Giannis Antetkounmpo. But, Bobby Portis stepped up and was terrific. The sixth man started and scored 30 points and ripped down 9 rebounds in the win. Damian Lillard also scored 29 and dished out 9 assists in the game.

The Greek Freak left the game on Tuesday after 28 minutes played. He has played in 73 games this season, and is scoring 30.4 points per game. Portis is fourth on the team with 13.9 points per game as well.

The Bucks are going to finish the season on Sunday on the road. They are finished with their home schedule for the regular season. The game on Sunday will be a rematch of Wednesday’s win, as they battle the Magic. This time, the game is played in Orlando.

Thunder Seeking Fourth Straight

The Oklahoma City Thunder are scoring 120 points over their last three games. Those were all wins. They beat the Hornets, Kings and Spurs. Before that, the Thunder lost three to start the month. Those losses were on the road at Philadelphia, Boston and Indiana.

On the season, the Thunder are one of the top offensive teams in the game. Oklahoma City is scoring 119.8 points per game. The Thunder are 9th in three pointers made, with 13.3 per game, and are making nearly 83% from the free throw line. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander leads the Thunder in scoring with 30.4 points per game.

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