ESPN TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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With the NBA back in full swing following the All Star break ESPN Television will provide a pro basketball doubleheader for your watch and wagering pleasure. It all gets started in game one as the Golden St Warriors travel to face the Philadelphia 76ers. In the nightcap the nation will get another glimpse of Lob City as Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and the LA Clippers travels to face the Phoenix Suns.

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At 8PM Eastern Time the Warriors continue their road trip out east with a game against the 76ers. The team is out to revenge an ugly 107-79 home loss to the Philadelphia 76ers back on New Year’s Eve as a +2 point underdog. Golden St will enjoy a day of rest on Thursday night following back to back road games on Tuesday and Wednesday following the All Star break. The Warriors are a high scoring team averaging 98 points a contest ranking fifth in the NBA and sit third in the league in three point shooting at 38.7% from beyond the arc. The Philadelphia 76ers has struggled with a five game losing streak at the All Star break. The team broke it with a 97-68 home win against Detroit on Tuesday night.

The doubleheader game between the Clippers and Suns tips off at 10:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. The LA Clippers returned to work after the All Star break with the 109-97 home loss on Tuesday night to the Minnesota Timberwolves as a -6 ½ point favorite. The Suns headed into the All Star break with a disappointing 14-20 record and a longshot at best of making the postseason. As we approach the trading deadline next month there may be a few teams on the phone to Phoenix management attempting to work out a deal for point guard Steve Nash. So far Nash has not requested a trade but that may change if the Suns continue to fall further behind in the playoff standings in the days leading up to the deadline. Center Marcin Gortat has led the Suns this year with nearly 16 points and over 10 rebounds per game with a 56.1% shooting percentage. Nash is scoring 14 points and dishing 11 assists a game on the campaign.

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