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

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The NBA on ESPN TV for Wednesday December 10th will feature two outstanding matchups to satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the hardwood gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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The Dallas Mavericks will play host to Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN to kick off the doubleheader. Dallas is off to a great start in the competitive Southwest division. The team is 16-6 but sit in fourth place because the Spurs, Rockets and Grizzlies are all ahead of the Mavericks. The team is running good winners of six of their past seven games as they traveled to Memphis on Tuesday. Monta Ellis leads Dallas in scoring as he averages 21 points per game. They are the number one scoring and number two shooting team in the NBA as they push across 110 points per game and make 48% from the field. 36 year old Dirk Nowitzki is averaging 19 points per game and 48% shooting from the field. Dirk has a lot of help around him this year as Tyson Chandler returned to the club this year. New Orleans Pelicans are trapped in the Southwest division as they sit in last at 9-10. They will play a bunch of games against division foes so they will be in tough this year as a young team.

The late night game out west will feature the Denver Nuggets hosting Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat at 10:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN. The Nuggets sit at 9-12 after they lose at Toronto on Monday night. The team has struggled with four straight losses. They return home after a 0-3 road trip with losses at Toronto, Atlanta and Washington. They are 27th in scoring defense giving up nearly 106 points per game. The Heat is 9-11 as they take the court on Tuesday to the Phoenix Suns with a four game losing streak. Like last year the Miami Heat has struggled on the defensive end of the court as they give up 48% shooting to their opponents this year. Chris Bosh leads the team in scoring and rebounding as he averages 21 points per game along with 8 ½ rebounds.

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