Orlando Magic vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Sunday Game Preview, TV Schedule and Betting Line
Here is the TV info for that one just in case that is what you were looking for.
TV: FS-Florida, Oklahoma, DTV: 654, 679, 756, 757
Asking the Thunder to cover by that much might be too much to ask, but then again they are balling right now. Might stay away from this one, because the Thunder could win by ten be quite pleased with themselves and then leave you disappointed.
Their last win was by over twenty so I understand the impulse to think they will continue to do that, but basketball is a game of balance and all things eventually swing towards the middle. They will still probably win, but winning by twenty in pro basketball is tough to do.
One thing is for sure though, Scott Brooks liked what he saw from his squad in the latest match.
“We moved the ball very well, a season high in assists and we defended at a high level, Brooks said. “Our passing and our defending was just outstanding. We’re off to a good start but it’s just a good start. We still have a lot of things to work on. But I like where we are right now.”
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have looked on point this season and it would not surprise me to see them get back to the Finals. If that happens, then hopefully Westbrook will be more ready for the moment than he was the last time around.