NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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The NBA on ESPN TV for Wednesday December 14th features two games over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the Miami Heat will host the Indiana Pacers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the game lined at a pick with the total set at 205 ½ points. With the coaching change to Nate McMillian the Pacers were looking for an entertaining up tempo style of play. They are 2-0 on this home stand with victories against Charlotte and Portland where they posted 118 and 110 points in. They sit 11th in the NBA in scoring offense and are a Top 9 team in the league in field goal and three point shooting. Myles Turner has led the team with a 15 point per game average as well as dishing seven assists, pulling down seven boards and connecting on 53% from the floor. Turner played his college ball in Texas and is in his second year with the team. Miami is in a rebuild after losing Dwyane Wade to free agency and Chris Bosh to illness. They are just 8-17 on the season. They beat Washington at home on Monday which broke a five game losing streak. The Heat have issues shooting the basketball as they connect on just 43% which is 27th in the NBA.

The late night games tips at 9:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the San Antonio Spurs have a home date with the Boston Celtics. San Antonio is favored by -8 points with the over under set at 199 ½ points. Boston has been impacted with the loss of guard Isaiah Thomas to injury as the scorer has been sidelined with a groin injury the past three games. He will be out of the lineup on Wednesday as the Celtics will miss his scoring production. The Celtics have been held to an average of 95 points the past two games. After suffering their first road loss of the season the Spurs returned home on Saturday to blow out the Brooklyn Nets 130-101.

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