NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Sunday February 23, 2020

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Lakers-vs-CelticsThe NBA card for Sunday February 23rd features seven games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. Two games will air over national television.

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The action gets underway at 3:30PM Eastern Time on ABC TV as the LA Lakers host the Boston Celtics. LA enters play with an overall record of 42-12 and sit 19-7 straight up on their home court. Lakers ran their win streak to four straight coming off the break with the 117-105 home win to Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night. LA built the 60-40 halftime lead and held off a second half rally by the Grizzlies. They did catch a break as Memphis missed 15 of 31 free throws as the margin could have been a lot closer. LA is the top shooting team in the NBA as they convert on 48.8% from the field. Boston is 39-16 on the campaign and have a road mark of 16-11. Celtics have won nine of ten with the 127-117 road win on Friday to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Boston dominated the glass catching the Timberwolves without their big man Karl Anthony Towns as they pulled down 15 more rebounds than Minnesota. Celtics are fourth in field goal defense limiting teams to 44.1% shooting on the year.

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On NBA TV at 8:30PM Eastern Time the Golden St Warriors welcome into town the New Orleans Pelicans. Golden St is a disappointing 12-44 on the campaign and 7-20 at home. Warriors saw their losing streak reach four straight after their 135-105 home loss on Thursday to the Houston Rockets. It was a poor defensive game by the Warriors as they surrendered 53% shooting and 25 of 49 from three to the Rockets. Golden St is last in the NBA in three point shooting defense as they surrender 38.6% from beyond the arc on the season. New Orleans visits town at 24-32 and 13-15 away from home. Pelicans have won four of five after their 128-115 road win on Friday night to an injury riddled Portland Trailblazers team. New Orleans faced the Trailblazers who played without All Star Damian Lillard. Pelicans shot 54% and made 18 of 34 three pointers. New Orleans is fourth in the league from three point distance hitting on 37.8%.

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