NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Saturday January 4, 2020

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The NBA action for Saturday January 4th features eleven games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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At 6PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel the Brooklyn Nets will host the Toronto Raptors. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Brooklyn Nets favored by -1 point with the over under line of 217 ½ points. Toronto has lost four of their past six games after their 84-76 road defeat at Miami on Thursday. Raptors had a poor shooting performance in defeat hitting on 31% and 6 of 42 from the three point line. Toronto has been dealing with multiple injuries to key personnel. Out are Pascal Siakam, Marc Gasol and Norman Powell who all play important roles for the team. Toronto has seen their record fall to 23-12 and they are 9-7 on the road. Brooklyn sits at 16-7 and 9-6 on the home court. Nets have lost four straight after a 123-111 road defeat at Dallas on Thursday. Brooklyn has struggled shooting the basketball this season making only 44% and 33% of their three point shots.

On NBA League Pass Channel at 8:30PM Eastern Time the Milwaukee Bucks have a home date with the San Antonio Spurs. Milwaukee is favored by -12 points with the total set at 228 ½ points. Milwaukee has jumped out to a 31-5 start to the season and 17-2 on the home court. They have won four straight after a 106-104 home win to Minnesota on Wednesday. Bucks did pull down 12 more rebounds than the Timberwolves in the win. Milwaukee won by only two against a Timberwolves team without Karl Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins. San Antonio sits at 14-19 overall and 4-10 on the road. Team had their two game win streak snapped in a 109-103 home loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday. Spurs were outscored 63-48 in the second half in defeat. Spurs shot 43% from the field and allowed 48% shooting to the Thunder. Milwaukee has been a good offensive team this season putting up 119 points and shooting 48.3% from the field.

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