NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Thursday January 2, 2020

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The NBA card for Thursday January 2nd features nine games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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Two Eastern conference contenders meet up at 7:30PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Miami Heat are home to the Toronto Raptors. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Miami Heat favored by -5 points with the total lined at 216 points. Miami has been a good home team this season sitting with a mark of 15-1 straight up. Their five game win streak was snapped in a 123-105 road defeat at Washington Wizards on Monday. Heat had a cold shooting performance in the loss hitting only 45% against a bad defensive team in Washington. Miami did surrender 51% shooting and 46% from three to a good offense in the Wizards. Heat have picked up wins in their past home stand to the 76ers, Pacers and Jazz. Toronto has won two of three after their 117-97 home win to Cleveland on Tuesday. Raptors have been hit hard to injuries to key personnel. They will be without Pascal Siakam, Marc Gasol and Normal Powell who contribute greatly offensively and defensively for the team.

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At 8:30PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel the San Antonio Spurs will host the Oklahoma City Thunder. San Antonio is favored by -2 points with the total set at 219 points. Spurs are a healthy team and enters play winning three of their past four after a four point home win to Golden St on Tuesday. They are starting to show positive signs after starting the season poorly. They are shooting the ball better overall and found their three point shooting touch that has carried this team since losing Tim Duncan to retirement. Oklahoma City enters play at 18-15 playing better than critics expected. Thunder lost key players in the offseason in Russell Westbrook and Paul George. OKC has won three straight and seven of their past eight after a 106-101 home win to Dallas on Tuesday. Notable wins in that stretch came at Toronto and at home to the LA Clippers. Thunder defensive form has been good in this span.

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