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NBA  Friday 11/28/2014Line$ LineOU LineGame InfoScore
CHICAGO at BOSTON   @ 1:05 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
701:  CHICAGO
 
702:  BOSTON
-3.5  -110

+3.5  -110
-165

+145

204.5
 
109
Final
102
GOLDEN STATE at CHARLOTTE   @ 7:05 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
703:  GOLDEN STATE
 
704:  CHARLOTTE
-9  -110

+9  -110
-450

+325

200.5
 
106
Final
101
NEW ORLEANS at ATLANTA   @ 7:35 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
705:  NEW ORLEANS
 
706:  ATLANTA
+2  -110

-2  -110
+105

-125

205
 
91
Final
100
DALLAS at TORONTO   @ 7:35 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
707:  DALLAS
 
708:  TORONTO
+4  -110

-4  -110
+155

-175

210.5
 
106
Final
102
MILWAUKEE at DETROIT   @ 7:35 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
709:  MILWAUKEE
 
710:  DETROIT
+2.5  -110

-2.5  -110
+120

-140

189.5
 
104
Final
88
ORLANDO at INDIANA   @ 8:05 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
711:  ORLANDO
 
712:  INDIANA
+5  -110

-5  -110
+175

-210

190
 
83
Final
98
LA CLIPPERS at HOUSTON   @ 8:05 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
713:  LA CLIPPERS
 
714:  HOUSTON
-4  -110

+4  -110
-175

+155

200
 
102
Final
85
NEW YORK at OKLAHOMA CITY   @ 8:05 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
715:  NEW YORK
 
716:  OKLAHOMA CITY
+8.5  -110

-8.5  -110
+300

-400

186
 
78
Final
105
SACRAMENTO at SAN ANTONIO   @ 8:35 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
717:  SACRAMENTO
 
718:  SAN ANTONIO
+11  -110

-11  -110
+450

-650

194
 
104
Final
112
PHOENIX at DENVER   @ 9:05 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
719:  PHOENIX
 
720:  DENVER
+1  -110

-1  -110
-105

-115

216.5
 
97
Final
122
MEMPHIS at PORTLAND   @ 10:05 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
721:  MEMPHIS
 
722:  PORTLAND
+4  -110

-4  -110
+155

-175

193
 
112
Final
99
MINNESOTA at LA LAKERS   @ 10:35 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
723:  MINNESOTA
 
724:  LA LAKERS
+5.5  -110

-5.5  -110
+180

-220

214.5
 
120
Final
119

What would appear to be a very winnable game for most NBA teams might prove to be a challenge for the struggling Brooklyn Nets.

They'll look to avoid falling into a tie with the Bucks for the Eastern Conference's worst record when they visit Milwaukee on Saturday night.

A game Thursday against the woeful New York Knicks - who had lost nine in a row - figured to be a prime opportunity for Brooklyn to snap a five-game home losing streak. Instead the Nets (5-14) matched their largest margin of defeat with a 113-83 loss and were outscored 34-16 in the third quarter. They've been outscored in the third period in all but one of their losses.

Brooklyn's frustrations seemed to show on the court late, with an altercation between Kevin Garnett and Andrea Bargnani leading to technical fouls for each.

The Nets have lost four of five, getting outscored by a total of 73 points in the last three defeats.

"We're struggling but we're going to come out of this, man, that's the only way to think," said Garnett, whose 6.5 points per game and 37.1 field goal percentage are both career lows.

Brook Lopez remained productive, posting 24 points and nine rebounds, but he hasn't had much help. Joe Johnson had 13 points on 4-of-15 shooting and his 15.8 scoring average is his lowest since 2002-03, his second season in the league.

Deron Williams is still sidelined by a sprained ankle and won't return until next week at the earliest, while Paul Pierce's broken hand is expected to be re-evaluated next week.

Besides the Nets' offensive woes - they're averaging 92.0 points over the last eight games - they're also still being exploited on the perimeter. New York was 16 of 27 on 3-pointers, the fourth time in Brooklyn's last six games an opponent hit 11 or more. The Nets' 3-point defense is the worst in the NBA, allowing opponents to hit 41.6 percent of their attempts.

"Teams come in with three wins and shooting lights out," Johnson told the team's website. "It's almost like there's no respect."

The Bucks (4-15) could easily take advantage as they're one of the league's better 3-point shooting teams with a 37.7 percent clip.

They were just 6 of 20 from beyond the arc Friday at Washington, but were led by Khris Middleton's career-high 29 points in a 109-105 overtime victory, just their second win in 15 contests.

"We've been struggling all season so far and just to gut out a win like this in overtime is good," said Middleton, who is averaging 19.0 points on 55.3 percent shooting in three December games after averaging 10.5 points at 46.9 percent last month.

John Henson helped compensate for the absences of Caron Butler (sore left knee) and Zaza Pachulia (sprained right foot), tallying 19 points and 17 rebounds. He's averaging 13.8 points and 11.0 rebounds while starting the last four contests.

It's not clear if either Butler or Pachulia will play Saturday. Butler has missed five straight games.

Johnson is averaging 12.4 points while shooting just 34.8 percent - including 26.1 percent from 3-point range - over his last five meetings with the Bucks.

Milwaukee had won 13 straight in the series before dropping last season's final two meetings by a combined five points, including one in overtime.