NBA TV Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA concludes its second weekend of the 2014-15 on Sunday November 9th and scheduled are eight games to satisfy the interests of pro basketball bettors worldwide. One game is set for national television.

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On NBA TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time the Dallas Mavericks will play host to the Miami Heat. Miami will be on a back to back after hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday night. Entering that game on Saturday night the Heat has begun life without LeBron James with a record of 3-2. They started the season with a mark of 3-0 and then suffered losses by 17 at home to Houston and followed up that loss with a seven point defeat to Charlotte the next night. Chris Bosh leads the Heat this year with 24 points a game and grabbing 11 rebounds. The team is 26th in the league in defense by allowing 48% shooting. The Timberwolves fall to 2-3 after a nine point road overtime loss on Friday night to the Orlando Magic.

The rest of Sunday’s schedule will air over the NBA League Pass. The Oklahoma City Thunder will be home to the Sacramento Kings at 7PM Eastern Time. Heading into Friday night the Kings began the year at 4-1 and getting great production from DeMarcus Cousins. Oklahoma City is showing some improvement of late without Durant and Westbrook in the lineup. They drop a tough luck two point decision home to Memphis on Friday night to fall to 1-5.

Two Western conference squads do battle at 8PM Eastern Time as the Phoenix Suns will welcome into town the Golden St Warriors. The Warriors are on a back to back after hosting the Houston Rockets on Saturday. They have road wins at Sacramento and Portland on the year. The Suns have a notable home win on October 31st against the San Antonio Spurs as they win by five points.

The late night game at 9:30PM Eastern Time featured Kobe Bryant and the LA Lakers playing host to the Charlotte Hornets. It has been a dreadful start for the Lakers as they enter play with a mark of 0-5. They have not improved defensively as they are last in the league in points allowed by giving up nearly 117 points a game. Charlotte enters play after a double overtime victory on Friday to Atlanta.

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