NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA schedule for Monday December 15th will feature eight games scheduled that will greatly satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. One game is set for National Television over NBA TV.

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On NBA TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time the LA Lakers will continue their road journeys as they pay a visit to play the Indiana Pacers. It will be a tough spot for the Lakers as they will be on the back end of a back to back and will be playing their third game in four nights. The Lakers will be playing at Minnesota on Sunday. LA is 29th and second to last in the NBA in field goal defense by allowing 48% shooting. Indiana is having a tough time without Paul George in the lineup as the team is 7-17 on the year and could be a lottery team this year.

The Atlanta Hawks have played outstanding basketball this season and they are at home facing the Chicago Bulls at 7:30PM Eastern Time over NBA League Pass Channel. Atlanta is 16-7 after a one point loss to Orlando on the road on Saturday that broke a nine game win streak. Chicago is on a back to back after playing at Miami on Sunday. The Bulls are 14-8 and holds a one game lead over Cleveland entering play on Sunday.

Two playoff contenders face off in the Pacific Northwest as the Portland Trailblazers host the San Antonio Spurs at 10PM Eastern Time over NBA League Pass Channel. Portland is back home after a five game east coast trip that saw the club finish at 3-2 after they win at Indiana on Saturday by ten points. The Spurs are on a back end of a back to back after playing at Denver on Sunday. It was a bad loss by San Antonio Friday at home to a bad Lakers team.

The late night game starting at 10:35PM Eastern Time airing on NBA League Pass Channel will feature Blake Griffin and the LA Clippers hosting the Detroit Pistons. Detroit will look to close out a three game east coast trip on a positive note. They took game one at Phoenix with a two point victory on Friday. The Clippers return home after a three game road trip that saw the team go 1-2 with losses at Milwaukee and at Washington.

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