The NBA betting odds schedule features a clash between the Utah Jazz and Dallas Mavericks tonight.
The Utah Jazz are on their way to the playoffs, with the victory in the last match against their direct opponent, the Oklahoma City Thunder, they showed that this could be a fruitful year for them. Rodney Hood led his team in scoring with 25 points, and Gordon Hayward contributed with 17 points, two blocks, and two assists in the victory. On the other side of the floor, Rudy Gobert recorded three blocks and 12 rebounds, while he also added 12 points. Ingles scored 11 off of the bench, while Joe Johnson had only seven points, but also got four boards and two assists. Derrick Favors returned from a long-term injury but will be slowly introduced back, while the guards George Hill and Alec Burks are out for this match.
Utah opened as -11-point favorites at online sportsbooks. While the NBA total line was sitting around 188.
One positive side effect has materialized for the Utah Jazz from battling injuries early in the season. The Jazz bench is stronger and ready to make major contributions than at any time in the past few seasons. Get all the latest Betting and Sport News updates on your social media outlets. Find us on both Facebook and Google+!
Supporters of the Dallas Mavericks have seen them go 6-19 and 10-15 ATS so far this NBA season, while the Utah Jazz are at 16-10 and 15-10-1 ATS. In Over/Under totals betting, the Jazz are 15-10, while the Dallas Mavericks are 11-13.
In rebounding, the battle of the boards features Utah’s No. 20-rated NBA squad against Dallas’s No. 30-rated roster. When it comes to long-range shooting, Utah rates No. 11 in the league with 9.81 per game, while their foes tonight rank No. 9 with 9.92 per outing.
Dallas cruised to victory on Monday, running Denver out of the gym and running up a 112-92 score at American Airlines Center.
The Dallas Mavericks (6-19), were struck by a rebuilding year, and their general manager hasn’t done a great deal with signing Harrison Barnes and Wesley Matthews, but still, they have enough time to recover. Dallas will be the visitors at tonight’s game, after they lost at home to the Detroit Pistons, 85-95. The newcomer Barnes led the Mavs with 19 points, five rebounds and two steals, and was followed by a former All-Star guard, Deron Williams, who had 16 points and five assists. Next in line were the power forward Dwight Powell and shooting guard Seth Curry, who scored nine points each. Marked by low scoring since the start of the season and with several injured players, including veterans Dirk Nowitzki and Andrew Bogut, there is no doubt that Mavs are in a bad position to end the campaign with a positive record. Nowitzki, Bogut, and Barea will certainly be out for tonight’s clash as well, while Salah Mejri is questionable to play.
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