NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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The NBA action for Thursday January 10th features four games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. TNT will televise a doubleheader.

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It gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Miami Heat host the Boston Celtics. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Boston Celtics favored by -2 points with an over under line of 212 points. Boston is on a four game win streak as they defeated Indiana on Wednesday 135-108 and covering as a seven point favorite. Celtics on their four game home stand won each game by 13 point or greater. Celtics in their win against a good defensive team in the Pacers shot 56.8% and made 14 of 32 from three. In a blowout win the longest any one starter went was Jayson Tatum who played 25 minutes. Miami is 9-12 on their home court. Heat has lost two games in a row following a 103-99 defeat at home to Denver on Tuesday. They have been held to under 100 points in both losses. Heat has struggled shooting the basketball this season hitting only 43.8%.

On TNT TV at 9:30PM Eastern Time the San Antonio Spurs are home to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Oklahoma City is favored on the road by -1 ½ points with the over under line of 223 ½ points. OKC heads to San Antonio following a two game home stand where the team dropped games to the Wizards and Timberwolves. Thunder will be without Noel who suffered a bad fall in their loss to Minnesota and suffered a concussion. San Antonio will be on a back to back in this spot. Their five game win streak was snapped in their 96-86 road loss at Memphis. Spurs will be without Rudy Gay who has a wrist injury. In their loss to the Grizzlies the Spurs were held to only 36.1% shooting and turned the ball over fifteen times. DeMar DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge combined for only 8 of 27 shooting in defeat. No player for San Antonio scored more than 14 points.

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