NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Friday

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The NBA action for Friday January 4th features ten games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will televise a doubleheader.

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The action begins on ESPN TV at 8PM Eastern Time as the Boston Celtics will be home to the Dallas Mavericks. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Boston Celtics favored by -5 points with the over under line of 217 ½ points. Boston will play this game without Kyrie Irving who will be sidelined with an eye injury. They did get a lift from Gordon Hayward off the bench as he poured in 35 points in the Celtics 115-102 home win to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday. Boston has now won three in a row at home. Dallas traveled to Charlotte with a 2-16 straight up record on the road. They improved to 3-16 with the 122-84 road win at Charlotte as they held the Hornets to just 35.6% shooting and 6 of 32 from the three point line. Mavericks were up 65-41 at the half. Mavericks won their first meeting at home 113-104 as a +2 ½ point underdog. J.J. Barea came off the bench with 20 points as the Mavericks shot 48.3% in the win.

The late night game gets underway at 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV with the Portland Trailblazers home to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The game is lined as a pick with the total set at 223 points. OKC travels to Portland on a two game win streak as they opened this two game road trip with a 107-100 win at the LA Lakers who were playing without LeBron James. Thunder got a 37 point performance by Paul George who converted 15 of 29 shots. OKC wins despite a team shooting percentage of 38.1% and 7 of 31 from three. Russell Westbrook went 3 of 20 from the field and 1 of 7 from three yet still finished with a triple double. Portland has won fourteen of twenty on their home court. Trailblazers have won six straight and eight of their past nine meetings against Oklahoma City.

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