NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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We are heading into the final few games before the one week All Star Break and on tap for Monday February 9th from the NBA are several games scheduled to greatly satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. One game is set for National Television.

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The road weary LA Clippers will finally conclude this long 8 game trip as they head to Dallas to play the Mavericks at 8:30PM Eastern Time over NBA TV. This will be a tough spot for the LA Clippers as they will be on a back to back on Monday after playing at Oklahoma City on Sunday. It will be the team’s fourth game in five nights and having to travel to each destination. As they traveled to OKC on Sunday the Clippers have lost three straight beaten badly in their past two games at Cleveland and Toronto. Dallas has played well of late as the club has won two straight and five of their past six games after an overtime victory against Portland on Saturday. The victory moved the Mavericks to 35-18 on the year. It looked like Dallas was heading to defeat on Saturday as they trailed the Trailblazers by 13 points heading into the fourth quarter. Dirk Nowitzki, Monta Ellis and Chandler Parsons all had good nights scoring 20 or more points.

The Indiana Pacers will be hosting the defending World Champion San Antonio Spurs at 7PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel. San Antonio will be in Toronto on Monday having won two straight and eight of their past ten games. Indiana is holding the 12th seed in the east sitting 2 ½ games back of the eighth seeded Miami Heat.

The late night game will go off at 9PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the Denver Nuggets will play host to the Oklahoma City Thunder. It has been a tough year for the Oklahoma City Thunder as the club is 25-25 as they hosted the Clippers on Sunday. OKC heading into the LA game was sitting out of the playoffs in the 10th seed sitting three games back of eighth seeded Phoenix Suns. It’s another bad year for Denver under head coach Brian Shaw. The team has lost five straight to fall to 19-32 on the year.

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