Tom Stryker’s Free Basketball Play January 9th


#574 MILWAUKEE (-9) over Cleveland at 8 PM EST
Off that ugly 131-118 home loss to the Jazz last night (Utah connected on a franchise record 25 3-point shots), the Bucks will show no mercy when the Cavaliers visit on Saturday evening. Cleveland enters this contest off a huge upset road win at Memphis on Thursday night and this is going to be a tough spot for the Cavs.

In the last nine meetings between these two Eastern Conference foes, Milwaukee has played well posting a proud 7-2 SU and 6-3 ATS record. Equally impressive, at home running the floor off a straight up loss, the Bucks have bounced back in a big way notching a strong 20-1 SU and 17-4 ATS mark including 12-1 SU and 11-2 ATS in this run if their opponent scoots in with confidence off a straight up win. Finally, in its own backyard competing against a foe that was on the road last, Milwaukee owns a reliable 35-5 SU and 26-13 ATS tally.

Clinging to a 20-44 SU and 28-35-1 ATS record in its last 64 games, Cleveland is obviously one of the worst teams in the NBA right now. Even worse, when battling an opponent that hits the hardwood off a straight up loss as a favorite, the Cavaliers sport a disturbing 26-51 ATS mark including a shocking 16-46 ATS if their opponent scoots in off a blemish of four points or more. That last tightener is actually on a woeful 0-9 SU and ATS run!

The Bucks are an amazing 35-3 SU and 29-8-1 ATS in their last 38 division games including a golden 13-0 SU and ATS if their opponent was on the road last. Lay the lumber here. Take Milwaukee. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

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