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Trail Blazers vs Nets Betting Matchup Report

Brooklyn NetsPortland Trail Blazers
26-28February 26, 2014, 10:00 | Moda Center39-18



NBA betting interest will be piqued on Wednesday when the Nets of Brooklyn hit the hard court against the Trail Blazers of Portland.

The Trail Blazers bring a 39-18 record (31-26 ATS) to the battle against the 26-28 Nets, who are 27-27 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have seen Portland go 34-22-1 so far and the Nets go 28-24-2. (Note: follow us on Twitter for line updates and injuries news).

View Brooklyn Nets vs Portland Trail Blazers Odds and Stats.

Bettors looking to side with the Trail Blazers in this one found them as -4-point Favorite earlier at Bovada, while the total had been sitting in the area of 204 at Bovada.

According to new Power Rankings at Odds Shark, it's the No. 14-rated Trail Blazers and the No. 11-rated Nets in this matchup. Predictive computer formulas point to a 98-92 win for the Trail Blazers on Wednesday.

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Brooklyn won its last outing, a 108-102 result against the Lakers on February 23. The Nets covered in that game as a 2.5-point favorite, while the 210 combined points took the game OVER the total. The Nets got a 30-point performance from Deron Williams as Brooklyn handed Los Angeles a 108-102 defeat on Sunday at STAPLES Center.

In their last action, Portland was a 100-95 winner on the road against the Nuggets. They covered the 2.5-point spread as favorites, while the combined score (195) was profitable news for UNDER bettors. The Nuggets were burned for 31 points by Damian Lillard on Tuesday as the Trail Blazers picked up a 100-95 win at Pepsi Center.

How They Match Up:
In rebounding, the battle of the boards features Portland's No. 1-rated squad against Brooklyn's No. 29-rated roster. When it comes to long-range shooting, Portland rates No. 2 in the league with 9.42 per game, while their foes tonight rank No. 13 with 8 per outing.

Next up:
Brooklyn at Denver, Thursday, February 27th
Portland home to Denver, Saturday, March 1st

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