What to Watch and Bet NFL Football and NBA for Sunday December 25th

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It is an exciting betting card from the NFL and NBA on Christmas Day December 25th to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The doubleheader from the NBA begins at 4:30PM Eastern Time on NFL Network as the Pittsburgh Steelers are home to the Baltimore Ravens. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Pittsburgh Steelers favored by -5 ½ points with the total set at 44 points. The playoff scenarios entering this contest has the Steelers as AFC North champions with a victory in this game. The Ravens are eliminated from the playoffs with a loss. Baltimore did win the first meeting between these teams as they earned the 21-14 victory at home. Ravens control their destiny for an AFC North division crown by beating Pittsburgh then in Week 17 beating Cincinnati on the road.

At 8:30PM Eastern Time on NBC TV its Sunday Night Football as the Kansas City Chiefs host the Denver Broncos. Kansas City is favored by -3 points with a total of 37 points. With a loss the Denver Broncos are eliminated from the playoffs. KC won the first meeting 30-27 on the road as Alex Smith engineered a touchdown and two point conversion late to force the overtime period. KC is 10-4 and chasing Oakland for an AFC West division title. It could be a costly loss for the Chiefs last week losing 19-17 at home to Tennessee to drop them one game back of Oakland.

The NBA features five games on the schedule. The highlight of this card tips off at 2:30PM Eastern Time on ABC TV as it’s a Finals rematch with the Cleveland Cavaliers will be home to battle the Golden St Warriors. Golden St is favored by -4 points with the total lined at 223 ½ points. They met in the NBA Finals last season with Cleveland overcoming a 3-1 series deficit with three straight victories for the title. Golden St enters with seven straight victories after winning at Detroit 119-113. Cleveland has a four game win streak of their own. An impact injury for the Cavaliers entering play as J.R. Smith is out for four months with a broken thumb.

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