NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Saturday February 8, 2020

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The NBA card for Saturday February 8th features nine games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The nationally televised game tips at 8:30PM Eastern Time on ABC TV as the Golden St Warriors host the LA Lakers. Golden St enters play with a disappointing 12-40 record on the season sitting last in the Western conference. Team is 7-17 straight up at home. Warriors return home after a five game road trip back east where the team dropped three games. They come off the 129-88 road defeat to Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday. Golden St had a very poor performance surrendering 51% shooting to the Nets and grabbing 31 fewer rebounds. Warriors sit 30th and last in the NBA in shooting hitting only 43.1% overall. LA travels to Golden St sitting at 38-12 overall which is best in the Western conference. Lakers are 21-5 on the road. LA had their two game win streak snapped in a 121-111 home loss to Houston Rockets. LA collapsed in the final six minutes of the fourth quarter in defeat. They did shoot 49% from the floor but surrendered 51% shooting to the Rockets. Lakers are the best shooting team in the NBA connecting on 48.6% from the field.

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On NBA League Pass channel at 7:30PM Eastern Time the Indiana Pacers have a home date with the New Orleans Pelicans. Indiana will be on a back to back after hosting Toronto with a mark of 31-20 and 18-7 on their home court. Pacers enter their game with the Raptors on a three game losing streak and had dropped four of their past five games. Scorer TJ Warrant had missed two games after suffering a concussion in the teams 92-85 home loss to Indiana last Saturday. New Orleans checks in at 21-31 on the season and 11-15 away from home. Team will have a day of rest following their 125-119 road win at Chicago Bulls on Thursday night. It was a strong shooting performance by the Pelicans who finished with 56% shooting from the field with 16 of 38 from the three point line. Zion Williamson led the team with 21 points in 25 minutes hitting on 9 of 11 shots. Derrick Favors pulled down 15 rebounds with Lonzo Ball dishing 10 assists.

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