Portland Trailblazers vs. Brooklyn Nets Pick Prediction NBA Pro Basketball Point Spread Betting Line Odds Preview 4-6-2015

| April 5, 2015

The Portland Trailblazers are headed to the road to play the Brooklyn Nets in an NBA pro basketball game set for Monday April 6th.

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Tip off time from Brooklyn is set for 7PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by NBA TV.

The odds from this game have the home side Brooklyn Nets the -7 point favorite with a total lined at 201 ½ points.

Portland is 50-26 on the season following the 99-90 home victory on Saturday to the New Orleans Pelicans as a -5 ½ point wagering favorite. The total went under 193 points. The team has won two straight and six of seven games.

The Trailblazers shot 43% from the floor with 6 of 16 from three. LaMarcus Aldridge had 21 points and 12 rebounds hitting on 7 of 18 shots. They crushed the Pelicans on the glass by a 51-35 rebounding margin.

Brooklyn fell to 35-41 following the 131-99 road defeat on Saturday to the Atlanta Hawks as a +10 point wagering underdog. The total went over 206 points. This broke a five game win streak.

The Nets were down 66-48 at the half. They shot 48% from the floor with 10 of 23 three pointers. Thaddeus Young led the starters with 14 points and eight rebounds hitting on 7 of 13 shots. Nets turned it over 21 times. Brooklyn surrendered nearly 60% shooting to Atlanta with 17 of 23 from beyond the arc.

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