NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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The NBA action for Saturday February 3rd features nine games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. One game will air over national television.

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ON ABC TV at 8:30PM Eastern Time the Cleveland Cavaliers will be home to the Houston Rockets. Houston has been good on the road this season with a 17-7 record. They go into Cleveland on a three game win streak and has won seven of eight games. Rockets traveled into San Antonio on Thursday and came away with the 102-91 road victory as a -2 ½ point favorite. Houston jumped out to the 27-14 lead after one quarter. James Harden led Houston with 28 points and 11 assists as he hit on 10 of 20 shots. Gerald Green off the bench scored 15 points. Only eight players saw action, but no Rocket went more than 37 minutes. Rockets forced 16 Spurs turnovers and only 6 of 24 from three. Cleveland has won three of four games with their 91-89 victory to Miami on Wednesday. Cavs held Miami to 43.4% shooting and a miserable 3 of 28 from three.

At 9PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass channel the Denver Nuggets welcome into town the Golden St Warriors. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Golden St Warriors favored by -5 points with the total set at 229 ½ points. Golden St entered play on Friday after dropping a 30 point decision at Utah. They responded with the 119-104 road victory at Sacramento covering as a -13 ½ point favorite. Durant played 36 minutes while Curry and Thompson saw 35 minutes of work. Draymond Green played 34 minutes. Warriors shot 55% with 17 of 33 from three. But the team turned it over 25 times. Denver will have a day of rest after their 127-124 victory at home to Oklahoma City on Thursday. It broke a two game losing streak. In the win against the Thunder the Nuggets scored 72 first half points. Denver hit 51.5% of their shots in the win. Jamal Murray had 33 points to lead the Nuggets.

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