NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Monday December 2, 2019

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The NBA action for Monday December 2nd features six games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action begins on NBA TV at 7PM Eastern Time as the Philadelphia 76ers host the Utah Jazz. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Philadelphia 76ers favored by -5 points with the total lined at 208 points. Utah will look to rebound as they move to 4-7 on the road after an ugly 130-110 road defeat at Toronto on Sunday. Jazz fell behind 77-37 at the half in defeat. Utah has now lost three of four on this trip giving up 121 points or greater in the three defeats. Jazz are not a good shooting team on the road hitting on only 43.1%. Philadelphia sits at 14-6 overall and 9-0 on their home court. 76ers have won three straight and eight of their past nine games after their 119-116 home win to Indiana Pacers on Saturday. Philadelphia was led by Joel Embiid who finished with 32 points and 11 rebounds hitting on 8 of 15 shots. Tobias Harris contributed with 22 points and four rebounds connecting on 8 of 16 shots.

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Late night game on NBA TV begins at 10PM Eastern Time as the Sacramento Kings are home to the Chicago Bulls. Sacramento is favored by -5 points with the over under line of 210 points. Chicago has opened the season with a 6-14 record. Bulls have shot poorly despite all their young talent by hitting only 42.3%. Team has lost three straight and seven of their past nine games after their 107-103 defeat at Portland on Friday. They opened the trip losing 104-90 to a bad Golden St team. Sacramento is 8-10 and 5-3 on the home court. They returned home after a 1-3 road trip by beating the Denver Nuggets in overtime on Saturday 100-97. Harrison Barnes played over 45 minutes and finished with 30 points hitting on 10 of 19 shots. Buddy Hield chipped in with 21 points and seven rebounds. Kings have struggled on the defensive end of the court surrendering 46.9% shooting on the season.

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