NBA Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The 2013-2014 NBA Season will begin on Tuesday October 29th and scheduled are two games for national television that will satisfy the appetite of the pro basketball betting public.

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The TV Games get started at 8PM Eastern Time when the Chicago Bulls hit the road to face the defending NBA Champions Miami Heat. Things get started from Miami at 8PM Eastern Time and TNT will deliver the coast to coast TV broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Miami Heat favored by -5 points with the total lined at 188 points. A money line bet on Miami returns -200 odds with the take back on the Chicago Bulls at +170 odds on the money line. A new season will feature the return of Derrick Rose back to regular season play for the Bulls. Rose missed the entire 2012-13 regular season and playoffs as he sat out to fully recover from major knee surgery he suffered in the 2011-12 post season. Miami has back to back playoff titles but has played a ton of basketball the past three seasons. They were runners up in the NBA Finals three seasons ago and have won back to back titles. Fatigue could be an issue for the core group heading late into the regular season and playoffs.

Game 2 of the national television doubleheader will be a Pacific Division encounter as the LA Clippers will be the road team facing off with the LA Lakers. The Battle of LA gets underway at 7:40PM Eastern Time and TNT will provide the coast to coast broadcast. The current wagering odds have the road side LA Clippers favored by -9 points with the total coming in at 199 ½ points. Those playing the Clippers on the money line will lay -480 odds with the return on the LA Lakers at +380 odds on the money line. This will be the debut of new Clippers head coach Doc Rivers with the team. Look for a more emphasis on defense and no more Lob City celebrations. Lakers Kobe Bryant is out a significant time as he recovers from offseason surgery to his Achilles.

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