NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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From the NBA on Saturday December 9th features ten games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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NBA TV will televise from Mexico City the Brooklyn Nets facing Miami Heat at 6PM Eastern Time. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Miami Heat favored by -2 points with the total set at 212 ½ points. Brooklyn Nets were pegged by many prior to the season starting as possibly the NBA team with the worst record by the end of the year. Well so far, they are playing above expectations. Nets are 10-14 and have been moneymakers for bettors with an ATS record of 16-8. Nets have won two straight and three of their past four games. In Mexico City on Thursday it was the Nets posting the 100-95 victory to the Oklahoma City Thunder as a seven point underdog. Nets were able to overcome an early 16 point deficit behind a strong second half and outscoring the Thunder 26-16 in the final quarter. Miami is struggling as they are trying to navigate without the services of Hasan Whiteside. Whiteside is dealing with a knee injury and may be two weeks away from coming back. Heat have lost two straight and four of their past five games.

At 8:30PM Eastern Time on NBA TV the Milwaukee Bucks are home to the Utah Jazz. Milwaukee is favored by -3 with the total set at 199 ½ points. Jazz were carrying a six game win streak until they traveled to Oklahoma City on Tuesday and dropped a 100-94 defeat on a back to back. Utah returned home on Thursday to host a hot Houston Rockets team and were beaten 112-101 as a six point underdog. Jazz were only down five at the half then the game got away from them by getting outscored 37-20 in the second half. Milwaukee is on a two game win streak and winners of five of six after their 109-102 victory at home to Dallas. Milwaukee has gotten a lift from Eric Bledsoe who came over in a trade with Phoenix a few weeks ago.

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