NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Friday

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The NBA will feature eight games on the schedule for Friday March 17th to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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Starting things off at 7PM Easter Time on NBA League Pass Channel the Washington Wizards will welcome into town the Chicago Bulls. Bad news for Chicago as the team will be without guard Dwyane Wade for the remainder of the regular season with an elbow injury. The Bulls are currently outside the playoff picture with about a month to go in the regular season. They sit in the 10th seed in the Eastern conference and one game back of the eighth seeded Chicago Bulls. Washington Wizards as the third seed in the Eastern conference as they sit four games back of the top seeded Cleveland Cavaliers. Chicago dropped a 98-91 home decision to the Memphis Grizzlies for their sixth loss in seven games. The Bulls have been hampered by poor shooting all season long. They are 29th and second last in the NBA in shooting from the field and the three point line. They make just 43.9% and 32.5% from beyond the arc. Washington has cooled down a bit and will enter play on a two game losing streak after the Wizards dropped a 112-107 home decision to the Dallas Mavericks. While Chicago is near the bottom of the NBA in shooting, the Wizards are near the top of the NBA in field goal and three point shooting. They are third in the league from the field hitting 47.5%.

On NBA TV at 8PM Eastern Time the Miami Heat are home to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Miami is favored by -4 ½ points with a total set at 206 ½ points. Minnesota still have an outside shot for a playoff spot in the west as they trail the eighth seeded Denver Nuggets by 4 ½ games. Miami and the Detroit Pistons are tied for the 8th and 9th seed in the east. Minnesota will look to bounce back from a 117-104 road decision at Boston Wednesday. Their issue season long has been on defense allowing 46.8% which is 27th and fourth worst in the league. Miami has won five of six after their 120-112 home victory to New Orleans.

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