Two playoff style games highlight the Tuesday, February 11, 2014, NBA schedule as a pair of first place teams are on the road to face a couple of second place teams. At 9:00 PM ET Miami is in Phoenix to face the Suns and then, at 10:00 PM ET, an all Northwest Division battle features the Oklahoma City Thunder rolling into Portland to battle the Trail Blazers.
Phoenix Suns have not scorched the Miami Heat in five years
What were you doing on November 3, 2009? If you’re a fan of the Suns you were probably enjoying the last time Phoenix registered a win against the Miami Heat – a 104-96 road win no less. Since then, it’s been all Heat as the Boys from South Beach have eclipsed the Suns in seven straight contests – including a 107-92 win in Miami back in November. LeBron James & Co. are chasing the Indiana Pacers for top spot in the East and every win counts.
Oklahoma City Thunder: NBA West leaders face cooling Trail Blazers
Our pick to face the aforementioned Pacers in the 2013-14 NBA Finals, the Oklahoma City Thunder are leading the league with 41 wins as we inch closer the All-Star break. Led by Kevin Durant, the purest score in the NBA, the Thunder rolled the Trail Blazers 105-97 in OKC 21 days ago. Portland (36-15) is one of the surprise teams in the NBA this season but the Blazers have stumbled to a 5-6 recent record. We like KD and the Thunder here.
SportsBetting.com NBA Wagering Lines & Canada Sports Betting Parlay Prediction
Bookmakers at the sportsbetting.com online sportsbook provide the betting odds for our parlay prediction tonight. Despite both teams being on the road, we expect a big effort out the Heat and Thunder as they aim for home court advantage in the playoffs. Tie Miami and Oklahoma City together with a money line parlay at SportsBetting.com!
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