ESPN TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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ESPN Television presents a competitive NBA pro basketball doubleheader on Friday night as the Dallas Mavericks will travel to face the 76ers and in the nightcap Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns invade Staple Center to face Kobe Bryant and the LA Lakers.

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It all gets started over ESPN television at 8PM Eastern Time as Dallas plays at Philadelphia. The 76ers sit atop the Atlantic division in the NBA and has been very good to their point spread backers this season with an against the spread mark of 18-10-1 heading into Wednesday’s action. Guard Louis Williams is hovering around a 16 point per game average which is a career high for this seventh year NBA pro who skipped college basketball and came to Philadelphia right out of high school. As they head into their Wednesday night battle with Denver the Dallas Mavericks have strung together four straight wins. After a sluggish start to the season All Star forward Dirk Nowitzki has gotten into better shape and found his shooting rhythm and touch. Nowitzki has averaged 20 points or more over his past six games heading into the Denver game.

The second game of the ESPN TV doubleheader will tip off at 10:30PM Eastern Time as Phoenix and the LA Lakers meet. The Phoenix Suns welcomes a day of rest on Thursday night following a stretch of back to back to backs on Monday through Wednesday with travel between each game. The LA Lakers defeated the Phoenix Suns 99-83 at home back on January 10th as a -7 ½ point favorite. The Lakers enjoyed a 48.8% shooting night in the win and they crushed the Suns on the glass as they pulled down 49 rebounds to the Suns 35 in the NBA game. Kobe Bryant went off for 48 points on the Suns on 18 of 31 shooting from the field and 12 of 13 coming from the charity stripe. Pau Gasol had 16 points and 12 rebounds in victory. Grant Hill is out to erase a 1-12 shooting performance in defeat. LA returned home off their 3-3 Grammy road trip with an 86-78 win against the Atlanta Hawks as a -5 ½ point favorite. The Lakers defended well allowing the Hawks just 34.4% shooting. LA will benefit on Friday night with two days of rest while Phoenix was entangled with travel and a high volume of games leading up.

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