Denver Nuggets versus Memphis Grizzlies NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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On national television tonight from the NBA the game will involve two Western conference teams as the Denver Nuggets do battle with the Memphis Grizzlies.

The 14-6 Nuggets and 10-10 Grizzlies will begin from Memphis at 8PM Eastern Time and you can watch it liver over NBA TV.

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Currently at Oddsmaker the road team is favored as the Denver Nuggets are -1 point with an over under coming in at 201 ½ points.

The Nuggets were a hot team as they entered play last Sunday night on the road against the LA Clippers. They had a six game winning streak with five of those games coming on the road with a notable win at Philadelphia.

Denver dropped the game to the LA Clippers by a score of 109-105 as former Nugget Chauncey Billips put up a monster game with 32 points.

The Nuggets are amongst the deepest team in the league as head coach George Karl can go deep into his bench and get production.

Six players average in double digit scoring with Danilo Gallinari the team’s leading scorer at nearly 18 points per game.

Denver is the top scoring team in the league at nearly 106 points a game and connects on 48.3% from the field which ranks second in the NBA in field goal percentage.

Point guard Ty Lawson has not played in the Nuggets past two games. He is questionable tonight with his ankle sprain.

Memphis has been a streaky team. They are on a four game losing streak that preceded a seven game win streak that preceded a three game losing streak.

During this current streak of losses the Grizzlies have struggled shooting the basketball as they have been unable to eclipse 91 points in any one game. In three of those games they have shot for 37.8% or worse.

The Grizzlies are trying to adapt with life without impact player Zach Randolph who is out for the very least another month with knee problem.

Rudy Gay leads the team in scoring with nearly an 18 point per game average.

He is coming off a poor game against San Antonio with 0 of 7 shooting and just one point scored in an 83-73 loss last night.

The trend in this head to head matchup in the past between these clubs is heavily towards the over. The teams have played to five straight overs against one another and seven of their past eight meetings have gone over the total.

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