Los Angeles Clippers vs. Milwaukee Bucks Prediction, Preview, and Odds

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Milwaukee Bucks Prediction, Preview, and Odds

The Clippers are 16 and 6 on the season at the moment and are second in the Pacific Division, just behind the Los Angeles Lakers. Milwaukee is on its longest winning streak since the 1973-74 season. The Bucks are going for their 14th consecutive victory. Milwaukee has not lost since November 8 at Utah.

The Clippers came into this game having scored 130 or more points five times, reaching 150 twice.

According to the latest oddsmakers, Milwaukee is favored at home, as the Bucks are getting odds of -3.5 points against the Clippers. Before entering any Clippers vs. Bucks picks, you'll want to see the National Basketball Association predictions from the model at SportsLine.

The Clippers are once again the best team in the association in bench scoring with 53.9 points per game while the Bucks sit seventh with 41.7 points per game, so that 12 point bench difference in large part to Williams and Montrezl Harrell may be the difference between two evenly matched teams. It's already returned over $1,400 in profit on all its top-rated National Basketball Association picks during the 2019-20 season and entered Week 7 on a blistering 15-3 run on all top-rated National Basketball Association against the spread picks.

The Clippers and Bucks have both had good starts to the season, but the main difference? You can only see the pick at SportsLine. The contest was all but wrapped up at the end of the third, by which point the Bucks had established a 92-72 advantage.

The Clippers have been a strong offensive team this season, averaging 115.5 points per game while shooting 46 percent from the floor and 36 percent from the arc.

Thanks to the boost from 25-year-old superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Bucks gradually started to separate from the Clippers, who increasingly couldn't hit shots and grew sloppy with the ball.

Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way for Milwaukee with 35 points and nine rebounds. He ranks second in the National Basketball Association in scoring and fourth in rebounds.

In their first meeting of the season, Kawhi Leonard did not play because of "load management", and Paul George was still recovering from offseason shoulder injury. That defeat came one game after the Bucks earned a 129-124 victory at Los Angeles over the Clippers when Antetokounmpo scored 38 points. The Bucks also lead in the association in field goal percentage while the Clippers sit 12th, so shooting efficiently in this matchup will be crucial for the Clippers. The Clippers rank second in the league when it comes to rebounds per game, with 49 on average. Aside from the win streak, but the Bucks have covered in three straight.

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