Lakers star Anthony Davis will return against his former team in the NBA

NBA Preview: Anthony Davis Makes His New Orleans Return on Thanksgiving

After a two-game schedule yesterday in the NBA, fans will get to see 28 teams clash in Thanksgiving.

SBOBET brings to you the preview of tomorrow’s games.


Orlando Magic @ Cleveland Cavaliers

The Orlando Magic are seeking for their first road win as they’ll face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the fourth game of their trip.

Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic are out due to injuries, which means that they’ll continue to rely on Evan Fournier and Terrence Ross.

Cleveland, meanwhile, will have the likes of Kevin Love, Larry Nance Jr., and an improving Cedi Osman.


Utah Jazz @ Indiana Pacers

The Indiana Pacers will stake their three-game win streak against the Utah Jazz tomorrow.

They are fresh from their highest scoring output last game, buoyed by TJ Warren’s hot shooting from the field. He will be supported by returning Malcolm Brogdon, who suffered from a lower back soreness recently.

Former Pacer Bojan Bogdanovic will return to bolster Utah’s lineup after being sidelined in their last game against Milwaukee.


Brooklyn Nets @ Boston Celtics

Kemba Walker is listed as probable in their upcoming match against the Kyrie Irving-less Nets tomorrow.

This NBA 2019 news should provide some relief on Brad Stevens as they’ve had a subpar performance in their last two games. They lost against Denver and they only won by one point against Sacramento.

The return of Walker should boost their NBA 2019 odds of winning this game, as he currently leads the team with 21.1 points per contest.


Sacramento Kings @ Philadelphia 76ers

Joel Embiid will be looking to forget his scoreless night in Toronto as they’ll clash with the Sacramento Kings.

The Sixers are still undefeated in seven games at home, winning by an average of 12.6 points per game.

On the other hand, the Kings have gone 3-3 on two different trips to the East Coast already this campaign.

Betting tip: Sixers Asian Handicap -9.50 @1.95


Detroit Pistons @ Charlotte Hornets

The Pistons and the Hornets will figure in a rematch days after the latter won via a buzzer beater.

Detroit will rely on their defencive chops in order to add on to the Hornet’s misery.

Charlotte are currently on a five-game losing streak as they’ve had problems in withstanding rallies from the opposing teams.

Betting tip: Pistons Asian Handicap -3.50 @1.89


New York Knicks @ Toronto Raptors

The New York Knicks will face the daunting task of facing the Toronto Raptors on their home floor.

The Raptors are currently 7-0 at home after holding Joel Embiid to zero points in their victory last Monday.

They’ll are to be led by Pascal Siakam, who is stepping up big in the absence of Kawhi Leonard.

Betting tip: Raptors Asian Handicap -10.50 @1.95


Atlanta Hawks @ Milwaukee Bucks

Giannis Antetokounmpo hits 50 as the Bucks claimed their eight winning streak in the NBA

Giannis Antetokounmpo scores 50 points during the Bucks’ win over the visiting Jazz

Two teams in trending in different directions are set to face off at the Fiserv Forum.

The Bucks are enjoying an eight-game winning streak after Giannis Antetokounmpo unloaded 50 points against the Jazz.

Atlanta continue to rely on the brilliance on Trae Young, who averages 26.6 points and 8.7 assists per game this season. They will be missing the services on Kevin Huerter and John Collins on this one.

Betting tip: Bucks Asian Handicap -14.00 @1.88


Los Angeles Clippers @ Memphis Grizzlies

The Clippers look to improve their road record as they visit the Grizzlies in the FedEx Forum.

The Doc Rivers-coached squad boasts a deep lineup with guys like Paul George and Kawhi Leonard leading the way.

Meanwhile, the Grizzlies have witnessed the emergence of Ja Morant with his superb play. However, he is questionable due to back spasms.


Miami Heat @ Houston Rockets

Houston are gunning for a payback after losing to Miami in their previous match, while halting their three-game losing skid.

James Harden and Russell Westbrook should produce their usual numbers, but they might be missing Clint Capela with his illness.

Miami have lost five of their last six visits in Houston.


Minnesota Timberwolves @ San Antonio Spurs

The quest to get back into the Western Conference’s elite continues as the Spurs will face the Timberwolves.

They will face a rejuvenated Timberwolves team who put Jeff Teague to their bench in favor of their young stalwarts.

Minnesota have yet to win in San Antonio since 2013, having dropped their past 11 games there.

Betting tip: Spurs Asian Handicap -2.00 @1.85


Washington Wizards @ Phoenix Suns

This will mark as their first meeting in what will be a battle of young, promising cores.

Devin Booker and Bradley Beal are both expected to churn out high scoring numbers, while their other players are expected to step up.

Rui Hachimura is still looking for a breakthrough after failing to score in double digits in his past few outings, while former Wizard Kelly Oubre Jr. continues his fine play for Phoenix.


Los Angeles Lakers @ New Orleans Pelicans

Anthony Davis will be making his return to the Big Easy months after being shipped away to Los Angeles.

Similar to what LeBron James experienced back in 2010, Davis will face a hostile crowd in trying to extend their winning streak.

Meanwhile, Josh Hart, Lonzo Ball, and Brandon Ingram are eager to prove that the Lakers made a mistake of trading them away.

Betting tip: Lakers Asian Handicap -6.00 @1.94


Oklahoma City Thunder @ Portland Trail Blazers

Carmelo Anthony will be making his home debut for the Blazers, days after his vintage performance.

He will be supported by the backcourt duo of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, who have scoring averages of 27.3 and 22.1 points.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander continues his superb play for the Thunder with an average of 19.3 points per game.

Betting tip: Thunder Asian Handicap +3.00 @2.00


Chicago Bulls @ Golden State Warriors

The Warriors are set to face the struggling Bulls at the Chase Center.

These losing teams in the NBA have records of 6-12 (Bulls) and 3-15 (Warriors).

Zach LaVine and his crew will face an injury-ridden Warriors team that is only down to eight available players.

Disclaimer: Odds are correct at time of publish.



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