Dallas Mavericks at LA Clippers NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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On National Television on Wednesday night NBA betting enthusiasts will be treated to a nice matchup as the Dallas Mavericks will travel out to the west coast to face Chris Paul and the LA Clippers on December 5th. The Mavericks and Clippers will begin from Staples Center at 10:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team LA Clippers favored by -8 ½ points and the total is set at 200 points. A money line wager on the favored LA Clippers will return -430 odds. Those who believe the underdog Dallas Mavericks can pull off the straight up win tonight can be paid +340 odds for their wager on the money line.

Former Clipper Chris Kaman returns to face his former club. As he boarded the plane he found it necessary to take some verbal jabs at current owner Donald Sterling about his spending issues during Kaman’s time with the team. We will see the impact on how the Clippers will rally tonight for their owner. Dallas had found it difficult on the road this season as the team has lost five of their past six on the highway. The team is 8-9 on the year and they have been playing without the services of Dirk Nowitzki who is still recovering from knee surgery. His timetable for a return to the lineup figures to be sometime in late December as he is undergoing rehab assignments. LA is currently riding a three game winning streak. In their last home game they gave a tremendous effort on the court as they rout the Sacramento Kings 116-81 which afforded them the luxury of resting many starters in the second half. That set up on Monday a 105-104 road win at Utah on Monday night for the Clippers. It was Utah’s first loss of the season on their home court. The Clippers got off to a slow start falling behind 31-19 after one period and came with a fourth quarter rally that saw the team outscore the Jazz by a 32-21 margin to earn the win.

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