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Charlotte/Cleveland under 202.5:
Charlotte is averaging just 94.5 ppg, Cleveland 96.0 while both teams are once again cellar dwellers in the Eastern Conference. Sure Cleveland has won 4 of the last 6 averaging about 102 ppg over that stretch, but Charlotte has lost 7 in a row falling to 11-36 overall this season averaging only 91.6 ppg during the losing streak. The Bobcats played Monday without No. 2 overall draft pick Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, who suffered a concussion after colliding with teammate Jeff Taylor in a loss to Houston on Saturday. Byron Mullens is expected to play his second game since recovering from an ankle injury. Charlotte has lost 12 of its last 14 games going just 1-7 away from Time Warner Cable Arena. If the Cavs build a lead early and can cruise, I don't expect the Bobcats to break 90 in this one. Kyrie Irving will be primed and prepared to continue to build on Cleveland's improvement these past few weeks, but whichever team comes out on top the bottom line is IMO off by at least 10 points. Best of luck however you play!
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