NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA card for Sunday February 24th features three games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. NBA TV will televise a doubleheader of games.

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It all gets going on NBA TV at 5PM Eastern Time as the Denver Nuggets host the LA Clippers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Denver Nuggets favored by -9 points with the over under line set at 232 points. LA is battling for a playoff spot in the west as the team sits in the eighth seed 1 ½ games ahead of the Sacramento Kings and 3 ½ up on the LA Lakers. Only 1 ½ game separates the sixth seed and the eighth seed in the Western Conference. Denver is the number two seed in the west sitting a game and a half back of Golden St. Nuggets have been a good home team this season with a 25-4 straight up record. They returned off the break beating Dallas on the road 114-104 for their third straight win. LA feeling a sense of urgency to make the playoffs come off the 112-106 road win at Memphis for their third win in four games. Nuggets will be without Trey Lyles who has a hamstring problem.

At 7:30PM Eastern Time on NBA TV it will be the New York Knicks home to the San Antonio Spurs. San Antonio is favored by -8 points with the total lined at 221 ½ points. Knicks will be a lottery team again. San Antonio struggles on this rodeo road trip has dropped the team in a tie in the eighth seed with the LA Clippers just 1 ½ games up on the Sacramento Kings for a playoff berth. Spurs fell to 11-20 on the road this season by losing 120-118 at Toronto on Friday. Team has lost five of six on this rodeo road trip with the lone win coming by one point at Memphis to hit the All Star Break. It has been a miserable season for New York as the team is 11-48 overall and 4-24 on their home court. Team has lost 19 of their past 20 after their 115-104 home defeat to Minnesota on Friday returning to action from the break.

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