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NBA Predictions: 11/16/2010

November 16, 2010

Last time Kobe Bryant was in Milwaukee he left the Bucks with a nasty taste in their mouth with a game-winning jumper. Will Bean give them another dose?

Here’s tonight’s predictions:

Philadelphia at Cleveland – Sixers have started out to a horrible 2-8 while the Cavaliers have surprised people by going 4-5. Sixers are without Igudola, but I still see them winning this game. Cavs haven’t won a home game since the season opener. PHI 87 CLE 80

Atlanta at Indiana – Hawks finally ended their 4 game skid with a win a few nights ago and will return to the winner’s circle. Pacers will need a huge performance from Darren Collison if they want to win. ATL 101 IND 93

Toronto at Washington – No John Wall tonight for the Wizards but Gilbert Arenas returns to the starting lineup. Expect him to shoot it up tonight. TOR 93 WSH 96

Los Angeles (L) at Milwaukee – Bucks have been playing great as of late but the Lakers are 3-0 on Tuesday night games. Great stat right! Kobe and company continues the Tuesday night streak. LAL 104 MIL 92

Portland at Memphis – Never been a fan of when west coast teams travel east, but Memphis is coming off of a tough game against the Magic. Blazers should looks to run early. POR 89 MEM 81

Chicago at Houston – No Aaron Brooks for the Rockets. Derrick Rose is in the Bulls. Yao vs. Noah should be a great matchup. Bulls too much on the fast break for the Rockets. CHI 95 HOU 85

New York at Denver – Melo receives a visit from his future ball club as the Knicks come. New York has been struggling and are looking to make a statement. I think it won’t happen. Nuggets love to run and gun. NY 110 DEN 120


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