NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Saturday January 25, 2020

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The NBA card for Saturday January 25th features five games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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Two Western conference contenders get things underway at 5PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the Utah Jazz host the Dallas Mavericks. Dallas will enter play at 28-16 overall and a very good road record this season of 15-5. Mavericks suffered a major injury to their rotation as they will be without Dwight Powell for the remainder of the season with an Achilles injury. Recently returning to the rotation after being sidelined with knee issues was Kristaps Porzingis. Dallas has won five of their past six following a 133-125 road win at Thursday at Portland. It was a very good shooting performance for the Mavs as they connected on 53% from the field in victory. Utah stands at 31-13 overall with a home mark of 17-3. Jazz have won nine of their past ten following a 129-96 road win at Golden St on Wednesday. They have shot the ball extremely well of late converting on greater than 50% from the field in three straight games. Jazz are a healthy team with no player on the injury report.

On ABC TV at 8:30PM Eastern Time the Philadelphia 76ers host the LA Lakers. LA has a record of 36-9 and 20-4 on the highway. LA has won three of their four on this five game road trip following their 128-113 win at Brooklyn on Thursday. Lakers were playing a back to back and third game in four nights. Lakers shot 52% in the win and pulled down 11 greater rebounds than the Nets. Both Lebron James and Anthony Davis are expected to play. Philadelphia checks in at 29-17 on the campaign and a good home record of 20-2 straight up. Their four game win streak was snapped in a 107-95 road defeat on Wednesday to the Toronto Raptors. 76ers were pounded on the glass pulling down eight fewer rebounds than the Raptors. Philadelphia will continue to be without Joel Embiid who is sidelined with a hand injury. Embiid is expected to return to the 76ers lineup early in February.

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