NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Sunday February 9, 2020

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The NBA action for Sunday February 9th features seven games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. NBA TV will televise a doubleheader of gams.

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The action gets underway at 3:30PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Oklahoma City Thunder are home to the Boston Celtics. Oklahoma City enters with an overall record of 32-20 and sit 17-10 on their home court. Thunder has won four straight and nine of their past ten games following the 108-101 home win to the Detroit Pistons on Friday night. It was a strong shooting performance by the Thunder as they connected on 51% from the floor and made 25 of their 30 free throws. Chris Paul led the team with 22 points and six rebounds going 7 of 11 from the floor. Boston is 36-15 this season and 14-10 on the road. The win streak has reached six straight after their 112-107 home win to the Atlanta Hawks on Friday. Celtics a strong defensive team leaned on their strength holding the Hawks to just 41% shooting. Kemba Walker and Marcus Smart did return to the lineup from injury. On Sunday Jaylen Brown and Theis are questionable. Gordon Hayward is expected to return to the lineup from a foot injury.

At 7PM Eastern Time on NBA TV the Houston Rockets welcome into town the Utah Jazz. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Houston Rockets favored by -4 points with the over under line of 233. Utah has a mark of 33-16 on the campaign and 14-13 on the highway. Jazz broke their five game losing streak following their 117-114 home win to the Portland Trailblazers. Utah had a good shooting game converting 49% from the floor and pulling down 13 more rebounds than the Trailblazers. Houston stands at 33-19 with a home court record of 18-7. Rockets had their four game win streak snapped in a 127-91 road loss at Phoenix on Friday. Houston was on a back to back after beating the Lakers by 10 the nigh prior. Rocket sat Russell Westbrook in the loss. Newly acquired Robert Covington in a back to back had only 9 points going 1 of 7 from the three point line.

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