NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Friday January 31, 2020

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The NBA card for Friday January 31st features seven games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will televise a doubleheader.

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The action on ESPN TV gets underway at 7:30PM Eastern Time as the Houston Rockets host the Dallas Mavericks. Houston enters play with a record of 29-18 and are 15-7 on their home court. Rockets have lost six of their past nine following their 125-112 road defeat at Portland on Thursday. Houston pulled down 11 fewer rebounds than the Trailblazers in the loss and surrendered 52% shooting. Russell Westbrook led the Rockets with 39 points and ten rebounds hitting on 16 of 29 shots. James Harden who returned to the rotation after dealing with a thigh injury struggled from the floor going 5 of 18. Dallas checks in at 29-18 with a road mark of 16-6. Dallas will look to rebound from a 133-104 home defeat to Phoenix on Tuesday. Mavericks had a poor defensive effort in the loss by surrendering 59% shooting and 43% from three to the Suns in defeat. Dallas was cold from three connecting only 7 of 33.

The late night game begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV with the LA Lakers are home to the Portland Trailblazers. LA has an overall mark of 36-10 and 16-5 on the home court. Lakers return to the court after their Saturday night defeat at Philadelphia. Their home game with the Clippers was postponed following the tragic death of Kobe Bryant. Lakers concluded their five game road trip winning three of those games with the other loss coming at Boston. LA is the top shooting team in the NBA as they connect on 48.4%. Portland sits 21-27 this season and 9-16 straight up in their road games. Trailblazers have been navigating through the season without rotational players Jusuf Nurkic, Rodney Hood and Zach Collins all out with injuries. They hit the road after winning three of four at home. Notable wins came to the Rockets and Pacers with the loss coming to Dallas. Portland sits in the lower third of the league in three point and scoring defense this season. They allow 114.8 points per game with 36.7% shooting from three.

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