Indiana Pacers vs Portland

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Indiana-Pacers
VS
Portland
The Portland TrailBlazers have had a mini-slump going 0-2 in their last 2 away games against Minnesota and Chicago Bulls and need to turn it around in the last game of their 5 game road trip. LaMarcus Aldridge had an off night against Minnesota but bounced back with a 35 point 9 rebound game against the Bulls last night and he was ably supported Lillard who also had 35 points to go along with 6 assists.

 

The team needed more of their players to contribute to the victory but more importantly the strong defense that the Bulls played is what led them to lose that game. They take on the Pacers who have been poor defensively and have a 7-16 record tonight including going on a 7 game losing streak, while losing to the Toronto Raptors last night despite being with 3 points. Aldridge will be the main man as he has averaged a strong 23.8 points and 9.5 rebounds against Indiana in his last 4 meetings with them.

 

The Pacers have struggled, injuries to their all-star Paul George, poor offensive production and lack of any stand out player to lead them in this charge towards some victories. They have a lot of average players like Hill, Copeland, West, Hibbert and Stuckey who have tried to chip in but averaging in the low double digit scores.

 

The Blazers know that this Pacers team is extremely vulnerable, and I am backing them to win as they cannot find a better opportunity to end their 2 game losing streak than tonight at Indiana.

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Pick Bookmaker Odds Stake Result
Portland -3 Marathonbet 1.70 7 85-95 WON (+4.9 units)
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