NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA card for Monday December 3rd features seven games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The lone game that will air over national television begins at 7PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Detroit Pistons host the Oklahoma City Thunder. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Oklahoma City Thunder favored by -1 with the total set at 220 ½ points. Pistons have played well at home with a mark of 9-3. They have also been hot winning five straight and seven of their past eight games. They faced the Golden St Warriors on Saturday who saw the return of Stephen Curry to the lineup. Pistons went on to win 111-102 covering as a +4.5 betting odds underdog. Blake Griffin had a big game for the Pistons with 26 points and six rebounds. Andre Drummond was huge in the win scoring 16 points and grabbing 19 rebounds. Oklahoma City will carry a two game win streak into this road game. They have won seven of nine. It is a two game win streak with wins to the Hawks and Cavaliers on the home court. They shot nearly 50% combined in those wins.

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On NBA League Pass Channel at 8PM Eastern Time the Minnesota Timberwolves have a home date with the Houston Rockets. Houston is favored by -2 with the over under of 220 points. Rockets welcomed Chris Paul back into the lineup from injury. Houston then went on to beat the Spurs by 31 and the Bulls by 16. They shot 50% in both games in their wins and were strong on the glass. Minnesota had their four game win streak snapped as they lose at home to the Boston Celtics on Saturday 118-109. Competition was a bit tougher as the Timberwolves had beaten up on the Spurs, Cavaliers, Bulls and Nets. Still the Timberwolves have seen better play on the defensive end of the court this season as they are limiting teams to 45.3% shooting. That is a vast improvement from allowing nearly 50% as they have the past few seasons.

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