NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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From the NBA on Saturday February 24th are eight games scheduled to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ABC schedules a single game over national television.

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It all gets underway at 5PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the Philadelphia 76ers are home to the Orlando Magic. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Philadelphia 76ers favored by -10 points with the total set at 217 points. Philadelphia is a hot team as they enter play with a six game win streak. They returned off the All Star Break to beat Chicago Bulls on the road 116-115 but failed to cover as a -7 ½ point favorite. 76ers didn’t have any shooting rust off the break as the team made 51.2% and connected on 11 of 29 three pointers. Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid combined for 62 points and 20 rebounds in the victory. Orlando is in contention for the first pick in the draft at 18-40. They are on a four game losing streak after a 120-113 loss at home to New York Knicks failing to cover as a -3 ½ point favorite. It was a poor defensive showing by the Magic that allowed a Knicks team without Kristaps Porzingis to shoot 53%.

On ABC TV at 8:30PM Eastern Time the Golden St Warriors welcome into town the Oklahoma City Thunder. Golden St is favored by -9 with the total set at 234 ½ points. Oklahoma City came off the All Star Break needing a game winning three point shot by Russell Westbrook to win at Sacramento on Thursday 110-107. A lot of celebrating by OKC but the sad part is they were tied in the closing seconds against a bad Kings team. It is a two game win streak for the Thunder all on the road. Golden St returned off the break to record a 134-127 victory at home to the LA Clippers on Thursday. There was no shooting rust for the Warriors as they shot 62.7% and 56% from the three point line in the win. Stephen Curry had 44 points and 10 rebounds hitting 14 of 19 shots as he destroyed Clippers guard Austin Rivers who was defending him.

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