Thunder vs Nets: Westbrook leads OKC into Barclays Center
Thunder vs Nets NBA odds, spreads and predictions
When is it? Wednesday December 5th
What time is tip off? 7:30 p.m. ET
Where is it being played? Barclays Center
Which channel is it on? YES
The Oklahoma City Thunder look to keep rolling against the Brooklyn Nets.
Last time out, Oklahoma City (15-7) took down the Detroit Pistons 110-83, claiming their eighth win over the past 10 games.
Center Steven Adams lead all scorers with 21 points, while Paul George totaled his seventh double-double of the season with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
Russell Westbrook made plays as usual posting 18 points, six rebounds, six assists and two steals.
Oklahoma City's defense has been amongst the best in the league allowing 103.6 ppg which ranks fourth in the NBA.
The Brooklyn Nets (8-17) continued to trend downwards on Monday night after losing their seventh consecutive game against the Cleveland Cavaliers 99-97.
D'Angelo Russell lead all scorers with 30 points on a season-high 31 shot attempts, while adding eight rebounds and a team-high six assists.
Spencer Dinwiddie was next in line with 18 points, four assists, and three rebounds.
Brooklyn shot poorly from three-point range as a team making just 25 percent on 10-of-40 attempts.
Thunder vs Nets Spread
The Nets are getting 7 points in this game.
Oklahoma City has fared well against the spread going 14-8 this season.
Brooklyn relies heavily on the three-point ball to keep them in games. The Nets shoot 34.8 per game which is fifth most in the league.
The Thunder defense should be able to hold Brooklyn in check and take this game handedly.
Take Oklahoma City to cover.
Thunder vs Nets Moneyline
Like Oklahoma City to roll past Brooklyn? Betting $310 would win you $100.
Think the Nets can snap their losing streak? Spending $40 wins $100.
Thunder vs Nets Over/Under
The over/under for this matchup is set at points 220.5.
Final score prediction: Oklahoma City Thunder 115, Brooklyn Nets 104
Take the under in this game.
Where the game will be won or lost
Brooklyn has to find a way to score points against a tough OKC defense.
The Nets offense averages 108.6 ppg which is 11th worst in the NBA.
Oklahoma City will have to continue defending three-point range with success.
The Thunder allow opponents to shoot 31.8 percent from beyond the arc which is third best in the league.