Dallas Mavericks at Phoenix Suns NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The nightcap of the national television doubleheader from the NBA will feature the Dallas Mavericks continuing their road trip as they face the Phoenix Suns on Thursday December 6th. The Mavericks and Suns will begin from Phoenix at 10:30PM Eastern Time and TNT will deliver the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team Phoenix Suns the -3 ½ point betting favorite with an over under line of 204 ½ points. A money line bet on the Phoenix Suns will return -170 odds. Bettors who believe the Dallas Mavericks can enter Phoenix and come away with a straight up win can receive +150 odds for their wager on the money line.

Dallas enters play on this back end of a back to back with a record of 8-10 on the year and a poor 2-7 mark on the road. The team has struggled mightily in recent efforts as they are losers of four of their past five games. Their two past road games have resulted in ugly losses. Last Friday they enter Chicago and get pounded 101-78 and last night they face the Clippers at Staples Center and are beaten up 112-90 as a +8 ½ point underdog. The Mavericks play on the defensive end of the court has not been good in recent games as they allow 100 or more points in six of their past seven games resulting in five losses during that stretch. Phoenix has dropped four straight and five of their past six games on their just concluded six game east coast road trip. They concluded play on their trip with a 108-98 road defeat at Memphis as a +10 point underdog on Tuesday night. The Suns are 5-3 straight up on their home court this season. Defense is a major issue for the Suns this season as they rank 30th and last in the league in points allowed at 103 per contest. Their opponents make 47% of their shots against Phoenix which is third to last in the league. The Suns sport a record in this young season of 7-12.

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