NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Wednesday March 11, 2020

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The NBA action for Wednesday March 11th features six games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will feature a doubleheader of games.

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The action gets underway on ESPN TV at 7PM Eastern Time as the Philadelphia 76ers host the Detroit Pistons. Philadelphia enters play with an overall record of 38-26 and 28-2 on their home court. 76ers return home losing three of four on the road following their 118-114 defeat at Golden St on Saturday night. They lose despite shooting 49% from the floor and 38% from three. Philadelphia surrendered 55% shooting to the Warriors who sat Stephen Curry. 76ers will continue to be without Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons with injuries. The team is 11th in the league in shooting as they connect on 46.4% from the floor. Detroit checks in with a mark of 20-45 and sit 9-23 on the road. Pistons have lost four straight following their 96-84 road defeat to New York Knicks on Sunday. It was a poor shooting performance by Detroit as they connect on only 36% from the floor and 11 of 38 from three point range. They have been without Blake Griffin due to knee surgery. Derrick Rose is out for at least two more weeks with an ankle injury.

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The late night game tips at 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Sacramento Kings are home to the New Orleans Pelicans. Sacramento is 28-36 this season and 14-17 at home. Kings have dropped two of their past three with the 118-113 home defeat on Sunday to the Toronto Raptors. Kings did pull down 14 more boards than the Raptors but allowed 48% shooting and 40% from three point range. Sacramento was cold shooting three pointers at 8 of 31 on the night. Team sits in the lower third in field goal defense allowing 46.8% shooting on the season. New Orleans has a mark of 28-36 with 15-17 away. Pelicans have won two straight following their 120-107 road win on Sunday to the Minnesota Timberwolves. They shot 49% from the field and grabbed 12 more rebounds than the Timberwolves. Pelicans sit third best in the league shooting three pointers as they connect on 37.2% from beyond the arc.

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