NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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The NBA card for Saturday February 10th features seven games on the schedule to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ABC will have one game over national television.

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At 7PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel the Orlando Magic are home to the Milwaukee Bucks. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Milwaukee Bucks favored by -4 ½ points with the total set at 206 ½ points. Milwaukee has been a hot team as they took the court on Friday at Miami. They had won three straight and seven of their past eight games. Many of those wins came against soft competition as there were a couple of wins to the Knicks and Nets. They picked up wins to the Bulls at Suns. They caught a break as they beat Philadelphia at home as the 76ers rested Joel Embiid. Milwaukee traveled to a good Miami Heat team on Friday and lost 91-85 failing to cover as a +1.5 underdog. Bucks were held to eight points in the third quarter and finished the night shooting 42.1%. Orlando heads into this game on a three game winning streak. Wins came against the Hawks, Cavaliers and Heat. In their victory to Atlanta it was Evan Fournier leading the team with 22 points. He returned to the lineup following an ankle problem with the team covering the spread in 11 of their past 13 games.

On ABC TV at 8:30PM Eastern Time the Golden St Warriors will host San Antonio Spurs. Golden St is favored by -11 points with the over under line set at 217 ½ points. San Antonio after dropping three of five on their home court opened this road trip with a 129-81 road win on Wednesday at Phoenix. Spurs jumped out early on the Suns who were without Devin Booker. San Antonio was up 28-9 after one quarter and it was 69-31 at the half. Golden St had dropped three of four games as they took the court on Thursday and beat the Dallas Mavericks 121-103. During that bad spell the Warriors had been playing poorly on defense. Golden St in the win against Dallas held the Mavs to 43% shooting with 9 of 37 from three.

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