The Thunder have their eyes set on that top seed in the West and the best record in the NBA. They will host Orlando in a game of teams who have completely backwards records. Look up NBA odds at Bovada sportsbook.
The Magic (18-47) have seen a dramatically huge drop off since losing Dwight Howard to the Lakers in that multiple team trade. Orlando has won just four games in their last 27 and are on an obvious slide. Arron Afflalo leads the team in scoring by putting up about 17 per game. The two teams have yet to play this season. Orlando may be looking at the NBA standings but not for the right reasons. The Magic have a chance for the worst record in the whole league as they are leading the Charlotte Bobcats by just three and a half games.
Oklahoma City (47-18) has done pretty much the opposite of everything that Orlando has accomplished this year. The Thunder are second in the West and also own the second best record in the league. They sit just a game and a half behind the San Antonio Spurs for the best record and are gaining. The Thunder have won eight of their last 10 games while San Antonio is just 6-4 in their last 10 matchups. Oklahoma City is coming off a win and has won six of their last seven.
Orlando is 28-36-1 against the spread this season and 17-12-1 on the road. The Thunder are 39-24-2 ATS this season and a very impressive 24-9 at home. After a win they are 26-20-1.
Oklahoma City is just way too good for Orlando and have just four games in their 32 home games this season. Orlando, needless to say, is a horrific 8-22 on the road so take OKC at www.sportsbookroom.com.