NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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It is a doubleheader of action from the NBA on TNT for Thursday November 16th to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Boston Celtics host 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 -7 points with the total set at 215 ½ points. Boston Celtics carries a 14 game winning streak into this game with the defending NBA champions. They traveled to Brooklyn on Tuesday and came away with the 109-102 victory covering the spread as a -6 ½ point favorite. Boston has been defending the basketball very well this season limiting the opposition to 42.9% from the field with 32.8% from three point range. Kyrie Irving returned to the lineup but was forced to wear a protective mask as he had fractures on his face. Irving admitted that the mask impacts his vision and peripheral site. The Warriors are expected to have back in the lineup Stephen Curry who had a contusion on his thigh that forced him to miss the Orlando game at home. Something has to give as the Boston Celtics are the best defensive team in the NBA by allowing 42-1% shooting in contrast the Warriors are the best shooting team in the league converting on 51.9% from the floor along with 41.2% from the three point line. Warriors have won seven straight after a 110-100 home victory to Orlando on Monday.

The late night games tips at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV with the Phoenix Suns hosting the Houston Rockets. Rockets look to rebound following a 129-113 defeat at home to Toronto that broke a six game win streak. Phoenix is 5-10 on the season as they have dropped six of seven with the 100-93 defeat at home to the LA Lakers on Monday. Houston has struggled on the defensive side of the court this season by allowing opponents to convert on 46.5% shooting. Suns allow the same defensively at 46.5% shooting allowed. On the injury report point guard Chris Paul is expected to return to the line up and play.

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