NBA Pro Basketball Betting Match up Previews Thursday January 9, 2020

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The NBA action for Thursday January 9th features four games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Philadelphia 76ers are home to the Boston Celtics. The Celtics are playing a back to back in this spot as they are home to the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night. Philadelphia is 17-2 on their home court following their 120-113 home win to Oklahoma City on Monday night. It will be two days of rest for the 76ers in this spot. Philadelphia has won both games against Boston this season. In late October it was the 76ers posting the 107-93 home win. About a month ago the 76ers posted the 115-109 road win at Boston. Philadelphia has crushed the Celtics on the glass in both meetings by a combined 107-74 rebounding advantage. Joel Embiid has already been listed as out with a finger injury. For Boston Kemba Walker is dealing with the flu and was probable to play on Wednesday. Boston faced the Spurs following their 99-94 road loss at Washington on Monday behind a poor shooting performance.

The late game begins at 9:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV with the Oklahoma City Thunder hosting the Houston Rockets. It will be Houston playing a back to back in this game as the Rockets will be facing the Atlanta Hawks on the road on Wednesday night. Rockets traveled to Atlanta with an 11-7 road record. Houston hits the road posting double digit wins at home to the Nuggets and 76ers behind strong shooting. As the Rockets opened this road trip, they did drop their previous two road games losing by 15 at New Orleans then 12 on Christmas night at Golden St. Oklahoma City sits with a mark of 21-16. Thunder returns home after a 3-1 road trip following their overtime 111-103 win at Brooklyn on Tuesday. They have won eight of their past ten games as they start this two game home stand. Next up for Oklahoma City will be the LA Lakers on Saturday who will be playing without Anthony Davis with a back injury.

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