NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA card for Monday January 4th features ten games scheduled to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide. Two games are televised over national television.

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The action gets underway at 7:30PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Miami Heat will play host to the Indiana Pacers. Miami will be on a back to back as they were in Washington on Sunday. Through Saturday’s action Miami was 19-13 on the year and had just beaten Dallas on New Year’s Day to end a two game losing streak. With Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh both healthy the team has the look of a playoff team again Wade leads the Heat with 18 points per game on the year. He shoots 46% from the floor. Chris Bosh was sidelined last year with a lung problem He has played in all 32 games and is averaging 18 points with 46.3% shooting from the floor. Bosh has had a good touch from the three point line making 41%. Center Hassan Whiteside is proving that last year was no fluke as he has pulled down 11 boards and scoring nearly 13 pints per game. Luol Deng is only averaging 10 points per game in his nearly 31 minutes per game average. The Pacers have decided to play at a high tempo than in recent seasons. When a player like Monta Ellis is added to the roster one must expect the style to change. They are ranked fourth in the NBA from the three point line as they team makes 37% of their shots from beyond the arc.

At 10PM Eastern Time on NBA TV the Portland Trailblazers will be home to the Memphis Grizzlies. Memphis has not played at a high level as the team has projected the past could of seasons. They are just 18-17 through their first 35 games of the season. The Grizzlies had their two game win streak snapped as they lose an overtime decision to the Utah Jazz on Saturday night. Memphis is ranked 29th in the NBA from the three point line by making just 31.7% from beyond the arc. Portland suffered a major overhaul of rotational talent last year as many stars signed away in free agency. The Trailblazers are 19th in scoring defense by allowing 102 points per game.

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