NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA card for Monday December 17th features eight games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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On NBA TV at 8PM Eastern Time the Houston Rockets will host the Utah Jazz. The current odds available at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Houston Rockets favored by -5 points with the total lined at 213 ½ points. Houston got off to a slow start to the season. The Carmelo Anthony signing did not work out as the veteran was unhappy with his role off the bench. Rockets have sidelined Anthony in hopes to work out to trade the veteran. Houston has a three point win streak as they defeated Memphis on Saturday 105-97. During this Rockets win streak they are winning by outscoring their opponents as the defense has been quiet poor.

Utah is one of the disappointments early in the season with a mark of 14-16. They have lost three of their past four games after they dropped a 96-89 road decision to Orlando Magic in Mexico City as a -6.5 betting odds favorite. Jazz have lost four road games in a row. Team has defended poorly on the season allowing 47.1% shooting.

The late game begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Golden St Warriors will be home to the Memphis Tigers. Golden St is favored by -11 ½ points with the over under line of 210 ½ points. Memphis one of the fast starters this season has begun to tail off quite a bit. They are 16-13 overall and have lost two straight and four of their past five games. Grizzlies offense has been lacking during this losing streak as the team has averaged 94.6 points per game.

Golden St has won five of their past six games. They were able to bounce back from a 130-125 road loss at Toronto by beating an improved Sacramento team on the road Friday 130-125. Stephen Curry had 35 points and Durant with 33. Warriors did manage to win despite 18 turnovers. It was the Warriors muscle to rebound than won the team the game with the 60-42 rebounding margin.

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