NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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There are just three more dates on the NBA Pro Basketball calendar before the league takes a full week off from the regular season for the All Star Break. Scheduled for Tuesday February 10th are two matchups over national television for sports bettors to sink their teeth into. The action gets underway on the TNT doubleheader at 8PM Eastern Time.

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The Houston Rockets are headed to the road to face the Phoenix Suns. Things get started from Phoenix at 8PM Eastern Time and TNT has the coast to coast broadcast. The Phoenix Suns are a 29-24 team as they host the Rockets on Tuesday. The team holds the eighth seed in the West but must hold off the Pelicans who are one game behind along with the Thunder who sits two games back. The Suns must worry about Oklahoma City as both Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant seem to be hitting their stride. The Suns will try and rebound on Tuesday as they lose a game they should have won on Sunday night. They traveled to a downtrodden Sacramento King team rumored to firing their second coach prior to the All Star Break. As a -7 ½ point favorite the Suns went into Sacramento and were beaten 85-83. Phoenix has struggled of late losers of four of their past five games. The team is 28th and third last in the league in points allowed as they give up 104 points per game. The Suns lack size in the point to help defend the goal as they rely on speedy guards who can play fast. Houston is 35-16 after a home loss on Sunday to Portland. Dwight Howard is expected to miss another month with a knee problem.

The late night game out west will have the LA Lakers at home against the Denver Nuggets at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV. The Lakers 13-38 have the worst ever record in the first 51 games of any Lakers team in history. They return home after losing all four road games on their trip. Denver will be on a back to back after hosting Oklahoma City on Monday. They head to the Thunder losers of five straight and 12 of 13 games.

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