NBA Pro Basketball Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The NBA returns from the All Star Break on Tuesday and scheduled for February 18th are two attractive TV matchups from the nine games scheduled that will satisfy the appetite of the pro basketball wagering public. The doubleheader action over national television gets started at 8PM Eastern Time.

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It all gets underway with the New York Knicks hitting the road to face the Memphis Grizzlies. Things start from Memphis at 8PM Eastern Time and NBA TV has the coast to coast broadcast. At look at the standings and we find the New York Knicks sitting with a disappointing 20-32 record as the team sits in the tenth seed in the East trailing the Charlotte Bobcats by 2 ½ games for the eighth and final playoff spot. Pretty embarrassing for a team full of talented players competing in one of the weakest Eastern conference we have ever seen in the history of the NBA. Memphis has been hit the injury bug as several of their impact players have been sidelined through various parts of this season. Memphis currently occupies the ninth seed in the Western conference and trails the eighth seeded Golden St Warriors by 1 ½ games.

Two Western conference playoff contenders hit the court as the San Antonio Spurs made the trip to the west coast to battle Chris Paul and the LA Clippers. The Spurs and Clippers begin at 10:30PM Eastern Time over NBA TV. The San Antonio Spurs occupy the second seed in the Western conference as the trail the Oklahoma City Thunder by four games. The LA Clippers are lodged in a three way time for the third seed with the resurgent Houston Rockets and Portland Trailblazers. With the addition of Doc Rivers as head coach it has to be a bit disappointing that the Clippers sit six games behind the top seeded Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western conference. When you take into account that the Thunder has been without Russell Westbrook for some time one would expect the Clippers to have closed the gap some in the Western conference race this season. The Clippers with Vinnie Del Negro teetered around the third and fourth seed and with Doc Rivers thus far we have seen no improvement.

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