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Mavericks face surging Pistons

January 07, 2015 16:13:56 UK

Brandon Jennings got the winning point for the Pistons on Tuesday.

The Detroit Pistons arrive at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Wednesday bottom of the Central Division, but riding the crest of a six-game winning streak.

It’s been a strange couple of weeks for the Pistons since cutting Josh Smith in what was widely seen, inaccurately it turns out, as a tanking maneuver. Instead victories over the Indiana Pacers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando Magic, New York Knicks, Sacramento Kings and San Antonio Spurs have followed as Detroit’s overall play and shot selection has improved markedly.

Tuesday Brandon Jennings last second bucket was the difference at the AT & T Center in San Antonio as the Pistons ran out 105-104 winners. Greg Monroe and Andre Drummond each had double-doubles for the visitors, but ultimately it would be Jennings who nailed the winner despite a 5-of-18 performance on the night.

The Mavericks meanwhile enter the contest on Wednesday with their own six-game winning streak. The addition of Rajon Rondo has turned the Mavericks into legitimate contenders in the Southwest Division and Western Conference as they chase the Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors respectively.

It’s a brief one-game return to Dallas for the side who completed a three-game sweep of the Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers and Brooklyn Nets on Monday and also play five of their next six away from home.

Over in the Pacific Division the Warriors have won four in a row and lead the Clippers by 5.5 in the standings. The Indiana Pacers are the visitors to the Oracle Arena on Wednesday with the Cavaliers following their Central Division counterparts into town two days later. It will be the first time the Warriors have faced Kevin Love since refusing to part with Klay Thompson in a possible deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Mavericks are 11.00 to win the NBA Championship, while the Golden State Warriors can be backed at 7.50.

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Mavericks face surging Pistons

January 07, 2015 16:13:56 UK

Brandon Jennings got the winning point for the Pistons on Tuesday.

The Detroit Pistons arrive at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Wednesday bottom of the Central Division, but riding the crest of a six-game winning streak.

It’s been a strange couple of weeks for the Pistons since cutting Josh Smith in what was widely seen, inaccurately it turns out, as a tanking maneuver. Instead victories over the Indiana Pacers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando Magic, New York Knicks, Sacramento Kings and San Antonio Spurs have followed as Detroit’s overall play and shot selection has improved markedly.

Tuesday Brandon Jennings last second bucket was the difference at the AT & T Center in San Antonio as the Pistons ran out 105-104 winners. Greg Monroe and Andre Drummond each had double-doubles for the visitors, but ultimately it would be Jennings who nailed the winner despite a 5-of-18 performance on the night.

The Mavericks meanwhile enter the contest on Wednesday with their own six-game winning streak. The addition of Rajon Rondo has turned the Mavericks into legitimate contenders in the Southwest Division and Western Conference as they chase the Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors respectively.

It’s a brief one-game return to Dallas for the side who completed a three-game sweep of the Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers and Brooklyn Nets on Monday and also play five of their next six away from home.

Over in the Pacific Division the Warriors have won four in a row and lead the Clippers by 5.5 in the standings. The Indiana Pacers are the visitors to the Oracle Arena on Wednesday with the Cavaliers following their Central Division counterparts into town two days later. It will be the first time the Warriors have faced Kevin Love since refusing to part with Klay Thompson in a possible deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Mavericks are 11.00 to win the NBA Championship, while the Golden State Warriors can be backed at 7.50.

Don’t forget you can earn up to 50% more on your NBA pre-game parlays with bet365’s fantastic 50% Parlay Bonus.

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Mavericks face surging Pistons

January 07, 2015 16:13:56 UK

Brandon Jennings got the winning point for the Pistons on Tuesday.

The Detroit Pistons arrive at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Wednesday bottom of the Central Division, but riding the crest of a six-game winning streak.

It’s been a strange couple of weeks for the Pistons since cutting Josh Smith in what was widely seen, inaccurately it turns out, as a tanking maneuver. Instead victories over the Indiana Pacers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando Magic, New York Knicks, Sacramento Kings and San Antonio Spurs have followed as Detroit’s overall play and shot selection has improved markedly.

Tuesday Brandon Jennings last second bucket was the difference at the AT & T Center in San Antonio as the Pistons ran out 105-104 winners. Greg Monroe and Andre Drummond each had double-doubles for the visitors, but ultimately it would be Jennings who nailed the winner despite a 5-of-18 performance on the night.

The Mavericks meanwhile enter the contest on Wednesday with their own six-game winning streak. The addition of Rajon Rondo has turned the Mavericks into legitimate contenders in the Southwest Division and Western Conference as they chase the Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors respectively.

It’s a brief one-game return to Dallas for the side who completed a three-game sweep of the Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers and Brooklyn Nets on Monday and also play five of their next six away from home.

Over in the Pacific Division the Warriors have won four in a row and lead the Clippers by 5.5 in the standings. The Indiana Pacers are the visitors to the Oracle Arena on Wednesday with the Cavaliers following their Central Division counterparts into town two days later. It will be the first time the Warriors have faced Kevin Love since refusing to part with Klay Thompson in a possible deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Mavericks are 11.00 to win the NBA Championship, while the Golden State Warriors can be backed at 7.50.

Don’t forget you can earn up to 50% more on your NBA pre-game parlays with bet365’s fantastic 50% Parlay Bonus.

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