Trail Blazers @ Thunder: Westbrook eyes history as OKC seeks a fourth straight win
Trail Blazers @ Thunder NBA odds, spreads and predictions
Russell Westbrook is one game away from the longest triple-double streak in NBA history.
The Oklahoma City Thunder came back from a 26 points down and defeated the Houston Rockets 117-112.
Paul George had a monster game with a team-high 45 points and 11 rebounds.
Over the last five games, George has been on a tear averaging 38.2 ppg.
Russell Westbrook tied the NBA record with his ninth consecutive triple-double scoring 21 points, along with 12 rebounds and 11 assists.
Westbrook can pass Wilt Chamberlain and claim the NBA record of 10 straight triple-doubles against Portland on Monday night.
When is it? Monday February 11th
What time is tip off? 8:00 p.m. ET
Where is it being played? Chesapeake Energy Arena
Which channel is it on? NSNW, FSOK
The Portland Trail Blazers let a 15-point fourth-quarter lead slip away as they fell to the Dallas Mavericks 102-101.
Damian Lillard knocked down six three-pointers for 30 points, five assists, three rebounds and two steals.
Jusuf Nurkic had a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds on 9-of-11 shooting.
CJ McCollum had an off night failing to connect on any of his five three-point attempts for 14 points, five rebounds, and five assists.
Trail Blazers @ Thunder Spread
The Thunder are giving the Trail Blazers 7 points in this matchup.
George and Westbrook have the Oklahoma City offense clicking on all cylinders.
The Thunder average 115.2 ppg which ranks fifth in the NBA.
Meanwhile, Portland averages 113.3 ppg which is ninth in the league, and should be able to score enough to keep this game close.
Take Portland with the points.
Trail Blazers @ Thunder Moneyline
Think Portland can get back on track? Spending $50 wins $100.
Like the Thunder to pick up a fourth straight win? Betting $300 would win you $100.
Trail Blazers @ Thunder Over/Under
The over/under for this matchup is set at 231 points.
Final score prediction: Portland Trail Blazers 114, Oklahoma City Thunder 120
Take the over in this game.
Where the game will be won or lost
Both these teams match up evenly on defense.
The Thunder rank 12th in the NBA allowing 109.8 ppg, and the Trail Blazers rank one spot behind at 13th allowing 110.3 ppg.
Portland has to lean on Lillard and McCollum to generate production, as well as hope Rodney Hood and Myles Leonard can string together points from beyond the arc.
Besides Oklahoma City's obvious All-Stars, they'll need role players Dennis Schroder and Jerami Grant to contribute on the glass and from three-point range.