Portland vs Oklahoma City Predictions
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*Consensus from 3812 predictions.
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I think the mere fact that the Blazers are coming off a back to back and traveling (sure dallas to OKC isn't much but it's still an inconvenience) gives a huge edge to OKC. OKC is great at defending guards and are a very physical team that should give CJ and Damian trouble. PG has been playing out of his mind this year and I expect him to feast on this blazers team and I love Adams to shut down Nurkic. OKC -6.5
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Blazer's Edge: Recap: Thunder Dismiss Blazers, 120-111
The Portland Trail Blazers didn't roll over and die, but didn't show much fight either, getting run over by the Oklahoma City Thunder on the road 120-111. It was not as close as the score suggests.
Portland looked hapless through about the first 32 minutes before ripping off an almost hope inspiring 10-0 run to close within five at 87-82 heading into the fourth quarter. The rally ended there, however, as Oklahoma City led by Paul George asserted full control in the final frame and easily sent the Blazers packing with a third straight loss.
Welcome to Loud City: Thunder vs Trail Blazers, final score: Paul George powers OKC to home win, 120-111
The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Portland Trail Blazers at home, 120-111, for OKC's 4th win in a row. Powered behind another dominant performance by Paul George, OKC led nearly throughout behind timely shooting and a stout defense over a tired Blazers team playing on the 2nd night of a back-to-back.
George continued his assault on the league by recording his own triple-double, scoring 47 points on 15-26 shooting, including 8-13 from three, 12 rebounds and 10 assists to go with 2 steals. His counterpart Russell Westbrook, again struggling from the floor, still grabbed his 10th straight triple-double (23rd on the season) with 21 points (10-13 from the FT line), 14 rebounds, and 11 assists.
Fansided: Injury Update: OKC Thunder Dennis Schroder, Jerami Grant both out versus Blazers
Late Monday afternoon, OKC Thunder head coach Billy Donovan revealed Oklahoma City would battle the Portland Trailblazers sans Jerami Grant and Dennis Schroder. The news regarding Grant did not come as a shock due to the fact he had been listed as out, since Sunday afternoon.
Grant suffered a right ankle sprain in the fourth quarter of the Thunder's 26-point comeback victory against the Houston Rockets on Saturday. When the injury occurred Grant grimaced but ultimately stayed in the game, his seven fourth-quarter points helped the Thunder secure a 117-112 road win.
NewsOK.com: Thunder without Jerami Grant, Dennis Schroder against Portland
The Thunder was expecting to miss Jerami Grant on Monday. It will be without Dennis Schroder as well.
Grant and Schroder will both miss Monday's game against Portland, according to Thunder coach Billy Donovan. Grant was ruled out with a right ankle sprain he sustained in the fourth quarter Saturday in the Thunder's 117-112 win against Houston.
Schroder, Donovan said, was ruled out due to a personal matter. Donovan did not provide any insight as to how long Schroder would be out of it his absence was a one-game scenario. "I don't want to comment any further past right now," Donovan said.
Portland vs Oklahoma City injuries and projected lineup.
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Oklahoma City Thunder (68% consensus). Russell Westbrook will aim to become the first NBA player to record 10 consecutive triple-doubles when he leads the Oklahoma City Thunder into a matchup with the visiting Portland Trail Blazers on Monday. After passing Michael Jordan's streak of eight triple-doubles in a row Thursday against Memphis, Westbrook tied Wilt Chamberlain's all-time mark in Saturday's 117-112 victory at Houston... http://bit.ly/2B3IeGU
Fansided: Game Preview: OKC Thunder looks to keep streak alive with third win over Portland
OKC Thunder has made history again with their most recent comeback win, overcoming a 26-point deficit to beat Houston Saturday night. It was the largest successful comeback in franchise history.
With that kind of momentum, the outlook for tonight's game looks promising. Not only has OKC had successful performances lately, but they have also looked in sync and been one of the most fun OKC teams to watch.
Tonight, they take on the Portland Trailblazers who are 6.5 games back from third spot in the West currently occupied by Oklahoma City. They opened their season series Jan.
Betting Prediction for Portland Trail Blazers vs Oklahoma City Thunder on February 11, 2019, 8:00 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Oklahoma City will WIN , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Under .
The Portland Trail Blazers wrap up a quick two-game road trip in Oklahoma City tonight and could be gassed vs the Thunder after playing last night against the Mavericks. The Blazers held a lead late in the fourth quarter but let it slip away in a one-point loss. The Thunder, on the other hand, are rolling through the competition and have gone 10-1 SU and 9-2 against the spread in their last 11 games.The Thunder opened as 6.5-point favorites with a total of 231. . Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2Gk76gf
NewsOK.com: Trail Blazers at Thunder lineups, tip-off time and TV info
TRAIL BLAZERS AT THUNDER
When: 7 p.m., Monday
Where: Chesapeake Energy Arena
TV: FS Oklahoma (Cox 37, HD 722, Dish 412, DirecTV 675, U-verse 751, 1751)
Radio: WWLS-AM 640, 98.1 FM
Three things to know
*The Thunder is 9-4 since Jan. 1 in what the NBA considers "clutch" games, or games that are within five points in the last five minutes of the fourth quarter or overtime. The nine wins are the most "clutch" wins in the NBA in that span.
Statfox free betting prediction: 112 to 114. Total score: 226. Bet the under!
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