NBA Pro Basketball TV Games Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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There will be two NBA games scheduled over national television for Friday December 5th to greatly satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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In Game 1 it will be the Washington Wizards playing host to the Denver Nuggets at 7PM Eastern Time on NBA TV. The Denver Nuggets have shown improvement over last year’s team that failed to make the playoffs. The scoring is up as the club is pushing across 105 points per game on the season. Point guard Ty Lawson leads the team with over 16 points per game. Big seven footer Timofey Mozgovis is pulling down over 7 rebounds per game and contributing with a team high 56% shooting from the floor. Despite a two point home loss to a hot Portland team on Tuesday the Nuggets has won seven of their past nine games. Washington sits atop the Southeast standings in the Eastern conference with a mark of 12-5 on the year. The team has won five of their past seven games and will carry a three game win streak after a home blowout win against the LA Lakers on Wednesday. John Wall leads the club in scoring as he averages 18 points per game. Marcn Gortat was an important addition to the team when he was acquired last year. He leads the club with a 55% shooting percentage and pulls down 9 rebounds per game.

The late night game will find the upstart Sacramento Kings at home facing the Indiana Pacers with a tip time of 10PM Eastern Time on NBA TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Sacramento Kings favored by -3 points with a total of 193 points. The Pacers will be closing out a four game road trip that started with a 12 points loss at Cleveland on Saturday and a 17 point defeat at Phoenix on Tuesday. Sacramento is looking to break a four game losing streak that sent the team to a 9-9 mark. In all fairness the past four opponents were brutal as the Kings fell to the Rockets, Spurs, Grizzlies and Raptors.

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