Detroit Pistons vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Pick Prediction Game 2 NBA Pro Basketball Playoffs Point Spread Over Under Money Line Betting Odds Preview 4-20-2016

| April 19, 2016

The Detroit Pistons are off to steal Game 2 when they meet the Cleveland Cavaliers in an NBA playoff game on Wednesday.

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Start Time: 8PM ET

Location: Cleveland


Point Spread Odds: Cavaliers -10 1/2

Over Under Total: 201

Money Line: Cleveland -625 odds and Detroit +460 odds

Notes: Cleveland moves to 1-0 in this first round series with the 106-101 home victory on Sunday to the Detroit Pistons as a +11 point betting underdog. The total went over 200 points.

Detroit played the Cavaliers tough as they entered the fourth quarter with a two point lead. They shot 50.7% from the field and made 15 of 29 three pointers. It was a tough loss to shoot at that high percentage. Marcus Morris had 20 points and Caldwell-Pope contributed with 21 points.

The Cavs took great care of the basketball with five turnovers. They shot 44.3% from the field in Game 1 and hit on 12 of 35 from three. Kyrie Irving had 31 points and six assists hitting on 10 of 24 shots. LeBron James had 22 points and 11 assists in the victory.

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