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Sportsbook Has ESPN Doublehader Action This Friday!
We all will be feeling just a little stuffed come Friday evening when a huge Thanksgiving weekend tilt takes place in the Alamo dome between the Dallas Mavericks and the San Antonio Spurs. Sportsbook has an incredible customer service staff, who realize that Sports bettors, love to wager on American Sports this special holiday and they are ready to take your action.
The Mavs and Spurs had an epic playoff series that was won by Cuban's boys last spring. When the NBA season opened just a few weeks ago, Tim Duncan and his mates went to Dallas and delivered a little payback with a 97-91 win. The Mavericks were so stunned by this loss that they began the season 0-4 and struggled with injuries. Now they are getting healthy and winning, as they have improved their mark to 6-4.
Look for the opening line to be San Antonio -5 ½ and the over/under around 196 as this is the first game of the ESPN Thanksgiving doubleheader.
The back-half of the Friday feast will be the New Jersey Nets heading to the Valley of the Sun and a date with the slumping 4-6 Phoenix Suns. Steve Nash has been battling back spasms and superstar Amare Stoudemire is struggling to regain his form, but they will be ready for Vince Carter and Jason Kidd.
The Nets will have their turkey on the road as they are in the midst of a west coast swing that takes them to Seattle, Portland, Phoenix and Los Angeles and are 5-5 so far. New Jersey needs to get Richard Hamilton healthy is they are going to contend, as Carter and Kidd are not capable of putting this team on their back.
Phoenix will probably be favored by 6 points in this tilt, as they look to get back to .500.
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About the Author: Bob is an experienced sports writer and handicapper who has written for the sports industry for over a decade. He has been a regular contributer to Sports Scene, a sports consultant for television's 33 Made and other major motion pictures.