NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Saturday March 7, 2020

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rockets-hornetsThe NBA action for Saturday March 7th features six games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 5PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the Charlotte Hornets host the Houston Rockets. Charlotte enters play with an overall record of 21-41 and are 9-21 straight up on their home court. Hornets have lost three straight following the 114-112 home defeat to the Denver Nuggets. Charlotte surrendered 53% shooting to the Nuggets in the loss. Hornets were competitive in the game as they connected on 49% and 13 of 33 from the three point line. Charlotte has struggled on the offensive side of the court this season as they are 30th and last in the NBA in both scoring and shooting. Houston checks in at 39-22 on the season and 18-13 on the road. Rockets have lost two straight after their 120-105 home loss to the LA Clippers. Houston again lost the rebounding battle which has been the case nearly every night since the trade to a smaller lineup. It was a poor shooting night for the Rockets as they hit only 36% with 7 of 42 from the three point line.

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On ABC TV at 8:30PM Eastern Time the Golden St Warriors are home to the Philadelphia 76ers. Golden St has a disappointing mark of 14-49 and sit 7-25 at home. Warriors have lost two of three following their 121-113 home defeat to Toronto Raptors. They lose despite pulling down 13 more rebounds than the Raptors. Golden St shot only 41% with 14 of 52 from three. Stephen Curry returned to the lineup and played 27 minutes finishing with 23 points but just 3 of 12 from beyond the arc. Philadelphia is 38-25 and a disappointing 10-23 on the highway. 76ers break a two game losing streak following the 125-108 road win to Sacramento Kings. It was a strong shooting performance by the 76ers as they connect on 49% and made 17 of 37 from three. Team wins despite their two best players in Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons out with injuries. They will not be in the lineup on Saturday night. Guard Josh Richardson also was out and is questionable with a concussion.

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