Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Milwaukee Bucks November 25 Betting Preview

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Milwaukee Bucks November 25 Betting Preview

Tyler Vaysman
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Cleveland Cavaliers' Donovan Mitchell drives to hoop during game against Milwaukee Bucks

The Cleveland Cavaliers (12-6) are back to their winning ways, as they’ve won four straight games after dropping five straight during their previous stretch of games.

The Milwaukee Bucks (12-5) have struggled recently, as they’ve lost four of their last six games after starting off the season extremely hot.

Cleveland Cavaliers Betting Preview

The Cavs blew out the Portland Trail Blazers their last time out, as Donovan Mitchell led the way with 34 points on 11-of-18 shooting,

Darius Garland added 24 points and 12 assists, as he and Mitchell are finding their groove together as the Cavs’ starting backcourt.

Jarrett Allen chipped in 24 points and 13 rebounds. Evan Mobley provided 10 points and 12 rebounds.

The Cavs have one of the deepest rosters in the league with plenty of top heavy talent to go around, but what makes them so good is that their chemistry is always on point. 

There is no ego in this group and they just want to go out there, play hard and win as a collective team.

They also have scorers in Mitchell and Garland who can capably carry the load on any given night.

The Cavs are ranked in the top five in both offensive and defensive ratings in the league, which is an incredibly hard thing to accomplish.

Milwaukee Bucks Betting Preview

The Bucks have been struggling recently after starting off the season 9-0, as the absence of Khris Middleton from their lineup appears to be catching up to them.

However, Giannis Antetokounmpo is still as committed to the game of basketball as we’ve ever seen, as he’s averaging 36.5 points, 9.0 rebounds, and 6.5 assists per game over his last two games.

Antetokounmpo is the clear leader of this team, as the team’s performance relies on how far he can get them night in and night out.

Brook Lopez put up 20 points and seven rebounds his last time out, as he flashed a lot of the post scoring skills that made him great earlier on in his career. Jrue Holiday put up 14 points and 11 assists his last time out.

However, those performances weren’t enough to lift the Bucks over the Chicago Bulls.

The Bucks are still one of the best defensive teams in the league, so they will make you work for your buckets.


The Bucks are favored by a -4 spread, as they’re searching for some consistency following their recent stretch.

Every team goes through their lulls, as the Cavs recently went through theirs. However, both teams are still among the best in the league.

With the Bucks home and looking to put up a statement win, expect them to get out there, play hard and do everything that’s in their championship DNA to steal a win in front of their home crowd.

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