Indiana vs Cleveland preview


Still sad for the Hornets? I hope no, you are not. It can happen to lose against the worst NBA team. Let’s loot forward, let’s look at Indianapolis, where tonight the Pacers host the Cavaliers.

Regular season
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 – 7:00 PM ET
(ET is the USA east coast time)

Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN, USA

Indiana (10-11) is 3rd in Eastern Conference Central Division. and they are 1-1 against divisional teams this season. Tonight the Pacers are without Dany Granger, anyway, let’s read the stats agains and let’s find the Pacers are 5-3 at home. What does it mean? It means that the future of this team dependes on its home results.

Cleveland (5-17) has really bad stats: 5th in Eastern Conference Central Division, with 2-11 on the road and 0-5 against divisional rivals. Two players out for them tonight: Daniel Gibson and Dion Waiters. I want you to read what write about the Cavaliers: Cleveland (5-17) hasn’t beaten a Central Division foe since a 101-100 win over Detroit on Feb. 21. The Cavaliers have dropped eight of their last nine against the Pacers (10-11), including four in a row on the road – where they are 2-11 this season. Anyway I also suggest you to look at the page about this game: here you can find the Cavaliers are much better than the Pacers about Points scored: 90.76 for Indiana vs 94.59 for Cleveland. I choose Cleveland with a spread of 8.5. My opinion is simple to explain: Cleveland can lose the match, but I think it will be a close match. Pacers are not set to win with more than 8 points. This is what I think.

Cleveland (+8.5) @ 1.87
stake 10/100

Indiana – Cleveland 96 – 81
♦ -10.00 units ♦
Lost! Read report.

My 2012 bets
N° Proofed Tips: 71
Results (W-D-L): 36-0-35
Staked: 414.00 units
Won : 314.26 units
Profit: -99.74 units


Author: Cigarafterten

I am a web content editor, I love european basketball and I like to place bets on basketball games. My target is to build an interesting network of basketball websites. Your tips are welcome.


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