NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Monday January 20, 2020

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The NBA card for the MLK Holiday Monday January 20th features fourteen games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The prime-time game on the card at 7:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV features the Boston Celtics hosting the LA Lakers. LA enters play with a record of 34-8 and are 18-3 on the road. The Lakers will be without Anthony Davis as he is dealing with a tailbone injury. Lakers have won nine of ten after their 124-115 road win at Houston Rockets on Saturday without Davis in the lineup. LA enjoyed a 48% shooting night with LeBron James leading the team with 31 points and 12 assists hitting on 13 of 25 from the field. Boston sits at 27-14 on the year with a home mark of 16-5. Jaylen Brown and Kemba Walker has been listed as questionable for Monday. The Celtics losing streak has reached three straight after their 123-119 home defeat to Phoenix Suns on Saturday. Celtics lost two of those games against losing teams on their home court. Boston was crushed on the glass with the Suns pulling down 13 more rebounds.

Two Western contenders meet at 5PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the Houston Rockets have a home date with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Houston checks in at 26-15 overall and 14-6 on the home court. Rockets losing streak has reached three straight with the 124-115 home defeat to LA Lakers on Saturday night. Rockets defended poorly in the loss allowing the Lakers to shoot 48% without Anthony Davis in their lineup. The third quarter was the difference with the Rockets getting outscored 32-17. Russell Westbrook and James Harden had productive games, but the surrounding cast did not shoot well. Oklahoma City has a record of 24-19 and 10-10 on the highway. Thunder broke their two game losing streak with a 119-106 home win to the Portland Trailblazers on Saturday. OKC shot the ball well hitting on 53% and grabbed eight more rebounds than the Trailblazers. Each team was competing on back to back nights. Thunder connected on 52% from the floor in the win. Chris Paul led the team with 30 points and seven assists on 11 of 15 shooting.

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