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NBA Preview – November 1, 2019
- 8 games tonight in the National Basketball Association
- The Indiana Pacers have the highest predicted win probability tonight
- Bulls vs. Pistons is the closest prediction tonight
- Warriors vs. Spurs is the highest predicted total of the night
- Pacers vs. Cavs is the lowest predicted total of the night
- The San Antonio Spurs are predicted to score the most points tonight
- The Cleveland Cavs are predicted to score the fewest points tonight
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Tonight’s NBA Schedule
This is the line-up for tonight’s NBA action:
|Houston Rockets||at||Brooklyn Nets|
|Cleveland Cavaliers||at||Indiana Pacers|
|Milwaukee Bucks||at||Orlando Magic|
|New York Knicks||at||Boston Celtics|
|Detroit Pistons||at||Chicago Bulls|
|Los Angeles Lakers||at||Dallas Mavericks|
|Utah Jazz||at||Sacramento Kings|
|San Antonio Spurs||at||Golden State Warriors|
SportsFormulator provides NBA predicted scores using our proprietary formulator for each NBA game tonight November 1, 2019.
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NBA Predictions – November 1, 2019:
|TEAM||WIN %||SCORE||VEGAS ODDS|
|New York Knicks||25%||104||Bet|
|Los Angeles Lakers||60%||114||Bet|
|San Antonio Spurs||68%||116||Bet|
|Golden State Warriors||32%||109||NBA|
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