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The NBA Preseason is well under way, and things have been getting heated up already. There have been many impressive games in the Western Conference and a few clear leaders are already emerging. The preseason is a great way for teams to iron out any issues they may have with their players, go over plays in a real world environment and get to know each other a bit better. Football odds.

The Northeast Division has been full of excitement. It is headed up by Minnesota, who has been playing very well this year. They stand at a remarkable 1.000 win percentage, with a 3-0 record. They have 3-0 at home and are waiting for a road game. The Timberwolves have been adamant on the defensive, and are delivering promising offensive number. With 113 points for and 100 points against as an average, the Minnesota is in a good spot. Football spreads.

The Pacific Division has seen tough competition, and is led by the Garden State. New Jersey has a .667 win percentage, and is looking pretty solid on the court with a 2-1 record so far. They have been playing well, and are looking forward to more games. With two wins at home, a loss on the road, 106.3 points for and 96.3 points against, they sit pretty in a promising position. They could use to bone up on the defensive, but overall it has been a good start to the preseason. Football lines.

The Southwest Division is led up by Memphis, which has been sturdy team this year. They have a 4-0 record so far, and look steady as the games go on. With a 1.000 win percentage, 103.8 points for and 95.5 points against, the Memphis team is doing very well. If they keep playing like this, it will be a bright year for them. Be sure and follow the best NBA action at

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