NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Friday

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The NBA action for Friday February 1st features five games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will televise a doubleheader.

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The action begins at 7:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the New York Knicks are home to the Boston Celtics. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Boston Celtics favored by -13 ½ points. Big news from the NBA was a major trade by the New York Knicks as Kristaps Porzingis has been traded to the Dallas Mavericks for Dennis Smith Jr. and draft picks. This opens two max contracts for free agent possibilities for the Knicks in the offseason. Also coming over is the expiring contract to DeAndre Jordan. New York has lost ten straight and 18 of their past 19 games after a 24 point home loss to Dallas on Wednesday. Boston has won two straight and seven of their past eight games. Celtics come off a big second half in their 126-94 home win to Charlotte. Questionable for Boston will be Kyrie Irving who has missed the past two games as he is dealing with a hip injury.

The late night game tips at 10PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the Denver Nuggets have a home date with the Houston Rockets. Houston is favored by -4 ½ points with the over under line of 227 points. Denver has played well at home with a 22-4 straight up record. Nuggets enter play on a four game win streak as they return home with road wins at Memphis and New Orleans. Rockets have won both meetings this year against the Nuggets home and away. Houston had their three game win streak snapped as they fell at home to New Orleans 121-116 as a -13 ½ point favorite. Houston has had issues shooting the basketball and defending without their big man Clint Capela sidelined with a thumb injury and is expected to return in late February. In their loss to the Pelicans the Rockets allowed 51% shooting and were outrebounded 55-45. Houston has lost the rebounding battle in nine straight games.

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