Dallas Mavericks versus LA Clippers NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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ESPN TV will broadcast nationally from the NBA the late night game between the Dallas Mavericks and LA Clippers. The Mavs and Clippers will begin from Staples Center in Los Angeles at 10:30PM Eastern Time on January 9th.

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The current odds available at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the LA Clippers lined as a -10 ½ point betting favorite with an over under line of 200 ½ points. Those wagering on the LA Clippers on the money line on the will lay –700 odds. Bettors who believe that the underdog Dallas Mavericks can pull off the win on Wednesday night without taking the points will get back +500 odds for their money line wager.

It has been a difficult season for the Dallas Mavericks as they enter play with a bad record of 13-22. They have been very poor on the road with a straight up mark of 5-15. The Mavs have played most of the season without forward Dirk Nowitzki who underwent knee surgery and missed much of the season. In eight games in the current season Nowitzki averages 12 points and 43% shooting in 25 minutes of play. Nowitzki is playing his way back into shape and is far from acceptable form. The Clippers have been on fire since the beginning of December as the team checks in with a record of 27-8. LA is 20-2 in their past 22 games and many of those wins have been by heavy margin. They were playing with revenge on Saturday when they hosted the Golden St Warriors as the team was blown out 115-94 in a back to back spot three nights before. LA blows out the Warriors 115-89 at home and easily cover as a -6 point favorite. The Clippers were quick out of the gate as they take the 35-12 lead after one quarter. Chris Paul had a solid game scoring 27 points and dishing out nine assists on 10 of 12 shooting. The Clippers drove it hard to the rim in the win with 56 points in the paint. Blake Griffin leads the Clippers in scoring with nearly 18 points a game and a very good 53% shooting percentage.

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