With a record of 44-26 the Pacers will face the Trail Blazers who are 42-27.

The Indiana Pacers are in 2nd place in the Central Division with a record of 44-26. Tonight they are set to face the Trail Blazers who share a similar record. They come to the match tonight following a very close loss on Saturday. Unfortunately they have only been successful in 4 of the last 10 games played. Victor Oladipo is maintaining an average of 18.8 ppg which is not very much in comparison to the top scorers in the league. Domantas Sabonis is on the board with average of 9.1 rebounds but just 14.3 ppg. Completing the trio is point guard Darren Collison with 6 apg and 11.3 ppg.

The Portland Trail Blazers are sitting firmly in 2nd place in the Northwest Division with a record of 42-27. While also suffering a loss in their last matchup, the Trail Blazers are 6-4 over the course of the last 10 games. Damian Lillard is under a lot of pressure knowing that the playoffs are nearly here. He is averaging 26.1 points and 6.5 assist per game. Shooting guard Jusuf Nurkic while averaging g 15.4 ppg, is also collecting 10.4 rebounds. Occupying the 2nd place in scoring for the Blazers is CJ McCollum with an average of 21.3 ppg.

What are the numbers looking like for the matchup tonight?

The line on the game is in favor of the Portland Trail Blazers -4.5 points and the total is over/under 212.5 points. As many as 67% of the betting fans have selected the Blazers to cover the -4.5 point spread. In regards to the combined score another 63% have taken the total to go OVER 212.5.

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