NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Friday February 7, 2020

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The NBA action for Friday February 7th features several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will televise a doubleheader of games.

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The action on ESPN TV begins at 8PM Eastern Time as the Indiana Pacers are home to the Toronto Raptors. Toronto enters play with an overall record of 27-14 and are 18-7 straight up on the road. Raptors are dealing with injuries as Marc Gasol has been listed as doubtful with a hamstring injury and Norman Powell out with a hand. Toronto has won twelve straight following their 119-118 home win to the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday. Raptors took the 30-20 lead after one quarter but get outscored 43-18 in the second quarter. Toronto posted 71 second half points in victory. Team shot 50% with 12 of 32 from three. Indiana sits at 31-20 on the campaign and 18-7 on the home court. Indiana had a good shooting performance in defeat converting on 52% with 19 of 38 from three point range. Malcolm Brogdon led the Pacers with 24 points and six assists hitting on 10 of 14 shots. Pacers have now lost four of their past five.

The late night game gets going at 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Utah Jazz host the Portland Trailblazers. Utah has a record of 32-18 and 18-5 at home. Jazz losing streak has reached five straight after their 98-95 home defeat on Wednesday to the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday. Utah shot poor in defeat hitting only 42%. Mike Conley led the team with 21 points hitting on 6 of 13 shots. This will be the third meeting of the season between these teams with the home team winning each game. Jazz a healthy team with no players on the injury report. Portland will be on the back end of a back to back after hosting the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday. Trailblazers are 14-11 on the highway. Portland has been hit hard with injuries as they are without Jusuf Nurkic, Rodney Hood and Zach Collins to injuries all contributors. They had their recent four game win streak snapped in a 127-99 road defeat on Tuesday to the Denver Nuggets. Portland was crushed on the glass pulling down 14 fewer rebounds and surrendered 50% shooting.

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