ABC and ESPN TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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Linsanity will make its debut over ABC television as the NBA features three big games over ABC and ESPN national television on Sunday giving bettors another exciting watch and wagering opportunity.

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The Sunday tripleheader gets it all started at 1PM Eastern Time over ABC as the defending NBA World Champion Dallas Mavericks invade Madison Square Garden to face Jeremy Lin the New York Knicks. Rumors circulated on Friday that leading scorer for the Knicks Carmelo Anthony could make his return to the lineup following his bout with a groin injury. Both teams have been hot. Heading into Friday’s action the Knicks behind Jeremy Lin were riding a seven game winning streak while the Mavericks had five straight wins of their own.

The middle game will tip off at 3:30PM Eastern Time on ABC TV as Dwight Howard and his Orlando Magic will have a date with Lebron James and the Miami Heat. The Hear are out to revenge a road loss to Orlando back on February 8th by the score of 102-89 as a -3 ½ point betting favorite. Lebron James will be out to make amends for a 5 of 15 shooting night in defeat. Dwight Howard exploded for 25 points and 24 rebounds with 9 of 14 shooting in the Magic’s win.

The third and final NBA game of the tripleheader will tip off at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as a banged up Denver Nuggets team travel to battle Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Nuggets have struggled mightily without Nene and Danilo Galinari in the lineup. Heading into Friday night’s action the Nuggets had lost and failed to cover the pointspread in six of their past eight games. The Thunder have played very well on their home court on the season as they own a 10-1 record at home heading into their Friday night game against Golden St. This will mark the first meeting of the season between the Nuggets and Thunder. Both teams can light up the scoreboard as the Thunder ranks 3rd in the NBA in scoring at 101 points a game and the Nuggets are second in the league at 103 points per contest.

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