NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Friday

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The NBA action for Friday March 8th features nine 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 on ESPN TV at 8PM Eastern Time as the Houston Rockets host the Philadelphia 76ers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Houston Rockets favored by -7 points. Houston in the playoff picture sits in the fourth seed in the Western conference but holding only a ½ game lead on the fifth seeded Portland Trailblazers. Philadelphia in the East sits in the fourth seed but just 1 ½ games up on the Boston Celtics for home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. Rockets have gotten their big four all healthy and, on the court, together. Rockets have posted a six game win streak following their 107-95 win at Toronto. It was a two game road trip that started with a win by 11 at Boston. Philadelphia has been without Joel Embiid since the All Star Break with sore knees. He is listed as questionable for Friday but reports earlier in the week signaled a return to the lineup in mid-March. 76ers look to rebound after a 108-107 road loss at Chicago.

The late night game gets underway at 10:30PM Eastern Time as the Golden St Warriors have a home date with the Denver Nuggets on ESPN TV. Golden St is favored by -6 ½ points with the over under line set at 233 points. Golden St holds a one game lead on the Denver Nuggets in the Western conference standings. Denver the number two seed is 3 ½ games clear of the third seeded Oklahoma City Thunder. Golden St has lost three of their past four games after their 128-95 defeat at home to Boston on Tuesday. Warriors defense has been poor of late as DeMarcus Cousins tries to find his footing on the court after missing much of the season recovering from injury. Denver broke their three game losing streak with their 115-99 road win to a shorthanded LA Lakers. Team. Denver caught a break as they played the Lakers who were without Kyle Kuzma and Brandon Ingram with injuries.

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