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Charlotte Bobcats versus Milwaukee Bucks Pick Prediction NBA Pro Basketball Lines Odds Preview 4-13-2013

Both teams will be on a back to back when the 37-42 Milwaukee Bucks will travel to play the 18-61 Charlotte Bobcats in an NBA pro basketball game on Saturday night. Tip off time from Charlotte is scheduled for 7PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the NBA League Pass Channel.

The odds from this NBA pro basketball game will be out on Saturday afternoon as Bucks guard Brandon Jennings and center Larry Sanders are listed as questionable with an Achilles injury.

The Bucks and Bobcats have met three times this season with each team winning and covering the point spread in their home game. Each game played over the total.

Milwaukee has a road record of 16-23 on the current campaign. They lose their third straight after a 109-104 road defeat on Friday to the Atlanta Hawks as a +7 ½ point underdog. The total landed over 203 ½ points. The Bucks blows a 14 point halftime lead as they get outscored 69-50 in the second half by the Hawks. The team shot 41.3% from the field and made 17 of 33 three pointers. Milwaukee gave away the game with 19 turnovers plus allowed 50.6% shooting to Atlanta. Monta Ellis led Milwaukee with 27 points and 17 assists as he made 9 of his 23 shots. Milwaukee holds the eighth seed in the Eastern conference as they trail the seventh seeded Boston Celtics by three games with three to play. Milwaukee has struggled shooting the basketball this season. They are 27th and fourth last in the NBA as they hit on just 43.5% from the floor.

The Bobcats are 12-26 straight up on their home court. They lose their fourth straight after a 113-93 road defeat on Friday to the Detroit Pistons as a +7 point underdog. The game finished over 197 points. Charlotte connected on 44.9% from the floor and made 9 of 24 three pointers. They were extremely sloppy with 24 turnovers. The Bobcats gave up 51.8% shooting to the Pistons along with 12 of 18 from three point distance. Kemba Walker led the team with 28 points and six assists as he made 9 of his 21 shots. Charlotte is bad on both ends of the court ranking at or near the bottom in every key offensive and defensive category. They are the worst shooting team in basketball as the hit on 42.1% from the floor.
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