NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Friday

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The NBA card for Friday December 14th features nine games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. There is a doubleheader airing over ESPN TV.

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The action gets underway on ESPN TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time as the Philadelphia 76ers are home to the Indiana Pacers. 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 -4 ½ points. Philadelphia has been a good home team with a 14-2 straight up record. They did drop a game at home to Brooklyn because Jimmy Butler did not play as he is dealing with a groin injury. 76ers had won six of their past seven prior to their loss to the Nets. It was a poor defensive performance by Philadelphia in defeat allowing 51.4% shooting with 14 of 28 from three point range.

Indiana saw the return of Victor Oladipo to the lineup and the team responded with a 113-97 home victory to Milwaukee Bucks covering as a +1.5 underdog. In his return to the lineup Oladipo had 12 points and ten rebounds hitting on 5 of 11 shots. Philadelphia at home shoots 47.1%.

The late night game begins at 10PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Denver Nuggets host the Oklahoma City Thunder. OKC is favored on the road by -2 points with the total set at 217 ½ points. Denver has had good recent success against the Thunder winning three straight and five of their past six games. Nuggets are dealing with injury concerns as Paul Millsap, Will Barton and Gary Harris will be out for significant time due to injuries. Denver is 10-3 straight up on their home court. Oklahoma City have drop two in a row on the road sandwich between a home win to Utah. OKC comes off the 118-114 road defeat to New Orleans on Wednesday. Thunder struggled at the line missing 10 of 27 and committed 18 turnovers in the loss. Russell Westbrook had 20 points but committed seven turnovers. Dennis Schroder gave the Thunder a lift from the bench by scoring 20 points and pulling down six rebounds.

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