NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Monday February 10, 2020

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The NBA action for Monday February 10th features nine games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. NBA TV will televise a doubleheader.

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The action begins on NBA TV at 8PM Eastern Time as the Milwaukee Bucks host the Sacramento Kings. Milwaukee enters play with a record of 45-7 and 24-3 straight up on their home court. Bucks have won four straight after their 111-95 road win at Orlando on Saturday. That is four straight wins by double digits. Milwaukee crushed the Magic on the glass by a 62-46 rebounding margin. They are the highest scoring team in the NBA putting up 119.7 points per game and second best shooting at 48.2%. Defensively they hold teams to 40.9% shooting which is best in the NBA. Sacramento is 21-31 this season and 10-16 away from home. Kings have won three straight all at home following their 122-102 home win to the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday. Sacramento was on a back to back after beating a Miami team without Jimmy Butler in the lineup the night prior. Despite allowing 50% shooting to the Spurs the Kings were better hitting 52% and making 19 of 35 three pointers.

The late night game on NBA TV starts at 10:30PM Eastern Time as the LA Lakers have a home date with the Phoenix Suns. LA sits at 39-12 on the season and 17-7 playing at home. Team has won three of their past four following the 125-120 home win Saturday night to the Golden St Warriors. Lakers had good control of the game building a 12 point lead after three quarters. They had a good shooting night converting on 52% and 14 of 29 from three. Anthony Davis had 27 points and ten rebounds hitting on 9 of 14 shots. LeBron James had 22 points and 11 assists. Phoenix has a mark of 21-32 and 11-14 on the road. Suns have lost five of their past six following the 117-108 home defeat to Denver Nuggets on Saturday. It was another poor defensive night for Phoenix as they surrendered 55% shooting to Denver. They have been without a key rim protector as big man Aron Baynes remains sidelined with a hip injury.

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