NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The NBA card for Tuesday January 1st on New Year’s Day features five games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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On NBA TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time the Toronto Raptors host the Utah Jazz. The current odds at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Toronto Raptors favored by -3 points with the total of 212 ½ points. Toronto has missed Kyle Lowry from their lineup in seven of their past eight games. He is dealing with a back aliment and has been listed as questionable to return on Tuesday. Raptors are 4-4 in their past eight games and have not covered seven of those contests. They returned home off a 1-3 road trip by beating Chicago 95-89 behind a strong defensive game holding the Bulls to 41.2% shooting and forcing 18 turnovers. Toronto survived a bad shooting night converting on 37% and 9 of 23 from three. Raptors won the rebounding battle by eight boards. Utah hits the road after a 2-2 home stand. Wins came against the Trailblazers and Knicks. The losses were to the Thunder and 76ers. After a poor start defensively, the Jazz have shown better form in that area of late by limiting the opposition to 42.8% in their past five contests.

The late night game begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass channel as the LA Clippers host the Philadelphia 76ers. LA Clippers will look to bounce back from a loss Saturday to the San Antonio Spurs 122-111. Clippers struggled to defend the Spurs allowing 51% shooting. Team had won two straight and four of five prior to the loss. The return of Lou Williams lifted the team after LA went on a skid in his absence due to injury. Philadelphia is 1-2 on this road trip that will end on Wednesday in Phoenix. After a Christmas Day loss at Boston the team beat Utah by 17. Joel Embiid missed the game at Portland on Sunday which resulted in a 129-95 defeat. Embiid was held out due to soreness in his knee and is questionable for Tuesday.

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