NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Friday

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The dust has settled in the NBA after a day of deals as the trading deadline came and went on Thursday. On tap from the NBA on Friday February 9th are nine games scheduled to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will air a doubleheader.

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It all gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Detroit Pistons are home to the LA Clippers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Detroit Pistons favored by -3 ½ points with the total set at 217 ½ points. So far the Blake Griffin acquisition has paid dividends for the Pistons. Detroit will host the Clippers on a five game win streak all at home. Their past two home wins came by 20 to Portland and by 9 to Brooklyn. Blake Griffin in his four games playing with Detroit has averaged 21.5 points per game and have three games with nine rebounds or greater. He is dishing six assists per game with the Pistons. Detroit in their win against the Nets had 60 points in the paint. LA has won two straight games with their newly acquired players from Detroit in their rotation. In the Clippers three point home win to Dallas on Monday saw Tobias Harris score 19 points and Avery Bradley with 12 points. Lou Williams got a new contract from the Clippers and scored 15 points and dished out eight assists.

At 9:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV the Chicago Bulls welcome into town the Minnesota Timberwolves. Minnesota is set at a -6 ½ point favorite with the total coming in at 217 points. Chicago has hit a slump as the team has dropped seven straight after their 104-98 road defeat at Sacramento. There is some good news for the Bulls as their rookie Lauri Markkanen returning to play on Friday after missing time due to personal reasons. The Minnesota Timberwolves woes on the road continued Wednesday in a 140-138 defeat at Cleveland. Minnesota has now lost five straight on the road. In their loss to the Cavaliers the Timberwolves allowed 59.1% shooting with 51.2% from three.

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