NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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From the NBA on Sunday February 4th will be six games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. A single game is set for national televise over ABC TV.

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It all gets underway at 12PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the Boston Celtics are home to the Portland Trailblazers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Boston Celtics favored by -1 ½ points with the total set at 201 ½ points. Boston could be shorthanded in this early start on Sunday afternoon. Kyrie Irving is dealing with a sore quad muscle and it has forced him to miss the past two games for Boston. They are already without Marcus Smart who is out for two weeks with a hand injury. Even with Irving out of the lineup the Celtics posted a 30 point victory to the New York Knicks and beat Atlanta on Friday by nine points. Celtics were led in the victory against the Hawks by Jayson Tatum who scored 27 points as he hit 11 of 19 shots. Al Horford had 17 points with seven assists. Portland will be playing their second game of a three game eastern trip. It got underway on Friday with the Trailblazers losing 130-105 which broke a four game win streak. Portland fell behind 37-18 after one quarter.

On ABC TV at 2PM Eastern Time the Oklahoma City Thunder will host the LA Lakers. LA is playing their fifth game of a five game road trip. They are 2-2 on the trip after a three point win at Brooklyn on Friday. Lakers may be without Brandon Ingram as he is nursing a groin injury. OKC suffered a recent blow as they lost starter Andre Roberson for the season with a knee injury. Oklahoma City after a streak of winning games is now going in the wrong direction. It is now a three game losing streak for the Thunder after their 14 point home defeat to New Orleans on Friday night. In the loss the Thunder gave up 51% shooting to the Pelicans.

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