NBA Pro Basketball Sports Match ups for Wednesday January 8, 2020

Share |

The NBA action for Wednesday January 8th features nine games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

Bet NBA pro basketball at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where bettors can now Claim our Free 150% Bitcoin Bonus up to $5,000 and qualify for a $25 Free Bet. Deposit  today and get into the excitement of watching and wagering on NBA pro basketball all the way up to the Finals scheduled for early June!

On ESPN TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time the Dallas Mavericks will host the Denver Nuggets. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Dallas Mavericks favored by -2 points with the over under line of 218 1/2 points. Dallas enters play with a record of 23-13 and 11-8 on their home court. They are dealing with an injury to an impact player as Kristaps Porzingis is out with a knee issue. They bounced back from their home loss to Charlotte following a 118-110 home win to the Chicago Bulls on Monday. During this three game home stand Dallas has shot well hitting on 50% from the floor. In their win to the Bulls it was Doncic leading the Mavs with 38 points 10 assists and 11 rebounds for a triple double. Denver has a mark of 25-11 this season. This will be the fifth game of their five game road trip. They have wins at Atlanta and Indiana with the losses coming to Washington plus Houston all by double digits.

At 7:30PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel the Atlanta Hawks have a home date with the Houston Rockets. Houston is favored by -8 points with the total set at 235 ½ points. Houston is 24-11 on the season but only 11-7 straight up on the road. They hit the road by posting home wins to Denver and Philadelphia. Their last two road games resulted in losses at New Orleans and Golden St. Houston is expected to rest Russell Westbrook on Wednesday. Atlanta is going through an 8-29 season and 4-13 straight up on the road. They have split the first two games of this four game home stand posting a win to Indiana then losing to Denver 123-115 on Monday. Hawks have been a poor defensive team this season as they are giving up 117.3 points and 47.6% shooting on the season. Rockets are posting 119.4 points per game and hitting 45.6% from the floor.

Click here for more NBA Basketball Lines

Comments are closed.