January 27 NBA Picks: Bucks Winning Streak Reaches Seven at OKC

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A marquee matchup Sunday night on ESPN with the Milwaukee Bucks traveling to Oklahoma City to face the Thunder. This conflict will also feature two true NBA stars.

The Milwaukee Bucks have been the best and most consistent team in the NBA all season. Their mission is to hold that mantle and should they emerge as the champions of the Eastern Conference, having a home court advantage would be a plus for victory-deprived Bucks fans all these years. If you have not seen Giannis Antetokounmpo, the “Greek Freak”, do not miss this opportunity on ESPN.


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Oklahoma City is on a four-game winning streak and has moved up to the third spot in the Western Conference. The Thunder are vastly improved this season, mostly due to one player and the coach leaving him alone. Paul George is back to playing like he did at Indiana, which is as an All-Star. After deciding he was perfectly content to stay in OKC, George told Billy Donovan it was not necessary to run iso plays for with and just let the flow of the game come to him. Both adjusted and the Thunder are the benefactors.

By typical power ratings, the NBA odds should be a ‘Pick’, but look for Oklahoma City to be a small favorite.

Bucks’ Shots

The Bucks arrive in the Sooner State on a six-game winning streak and this is the first stop of a five-contest road trip. Milwaukee has won 13 of 15, with a 10-4-1 ATS mark. This has caught the attention of sportsbooks who are attracting the most money on the Bucks in years, going back to when Ray Allen, Glen Robinson and Sam Cassell made the East Finals in 2001.



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