8pm - Golden State at Cleveland -3.5 O/U 215.5
The Warriors have split 2 games on this roadie. The Cavs are 3-0 since the all-star break and will be home for the first time since Feb. 11.
I like the Cavs to avenge their Jan. 9th 112-94 loss at Golden State. In a high scoring game, this looks to be a reasonable spread for LeBron and company to cover at the Quicken Loans Arena.
Cleveland 112 Golden State 106
10:30pm - Oklahoma City -4.5 at Phoenix O/U 216.5
The Thunder are 4-0 since the break and have won 7 straight overall. The Suns won at Denver last night to snap a 5 game skid.
No Durant for OKC but Westbrook has been outstanding lately. The Thunder are chasing Phoenix to make the playoffs so I think they will bring it tonight to close the gap.
Oklahoma City 115 Phoenix 105