NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA action for Monday February 11th features nine 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 host the Dallas Mavericks. Houston saw their home mark fall to 19-9 as they blew a 26 point lead with Oklahoma City beating the Rockets on Saturday 117-112. Houston gets outscored in the second half 69-42 as the Rockets surrendered 42 third quarter points. Rockets had a poor shooting night converting on 43%. James Harden had 42 points with one assist and rebound where he shot 11 of 28. Paul George had 45 points with a better 12 of 22 shooting and he grabbed 11 boards plus dished out three assists. Dallas was a team that was active during the trading deadline. They moved Dennis Smith Jr. and DeAndre Jordan to receive Kristaps Porzingis in return. Porzingis will miss the remainder of the season. Now the Mavericks lose some rim protection in return for more perimeter strength but won’t get immediate help as there are future draft picks for the Mavs. What this means for this season is up in the air as the team are longshots to make the playoffs and may field lineups to ensure a better draft position. Mavs on a back to back after hosting Portland on Sunday.

At 8PM Eastern Time on NBA League pass Channel the Oklahoma City Thunder have a home date with the Portland Trailblazers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Oklahoma City Thunder favored by -6 ½ points with the total coming in at 231 points. Portland is not only facing a tough opponent but a difficult scheduling spot. Trailblazers are on a back to back after playing at Dallas on Sunday afternoon. They have lost both meetings with the Thunder this year which all took place last month. They had won seven of nine as they took the court in Dallas. OKC has won nine of ten after their comeback win at Houston on Saturday. OKC crushed the Rockets on the glass by 14 rebounds. Russell Westbrook and Paul George have been leading the charge for the Thunder.

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