NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Thursday February 13, 2020

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The NBA action for Thursday February 13th features two games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. A single game will be televised on TNT as this will be the last round of games until the All Star Break.

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The action TNT TV begins at 8PM Eastern Time as the Boston Celtics welcome into town the LA Clippers. Boston enters play with an overall record of 37-17 and 22-5 straight up on their home court. Celtics had their seven game win streak snapped in a 116-105 road defeat to Houston Rockets on Tuesday. They surrendered 69 second half points to the Rockets in defeat and surrendered 47% shooting. Boston couldn’t match that shooting number as the team connected on 44% from the floor. Gordon Hayward led the team with 20 points and eight rebounds connecting on 8 of 14 shots. The loss was disappointing as the team has gotten healthier. LA sits at 37-17 on the season and 15-12 away from home. Clippers have lost two of three on this road trip following the 110-103 road defeat on Tuesday to the Philadelphia 76ers. Team was without guard Patrick Beverly a strong defensive player who has a groin injury. He is questionable for Thursday. LA pulled down eight fewer rebounds than the 76ers and surrendered 46% shooting.

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On NBA League Pass Channel at 8PM Eastern Time the New Orleans Pelicans host the Oklahoma City Thunder. New Orleans is 23-31 on the year and 11-16 at home. Pelicans have won three straight and six of eight following their 138-117 home win on Tuesday to the Portland Trailblazers. It was a strong second half for New Orleans as they outscored the Trailblazers 75-52 in the second half. Zion Williamson had 31 points hitting on 10 of 17 shots. Oklahoma City is 32-22 on the season with a road mark of 15-10. Thunder has lost two straight following their 114-106 home defeat to San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday. For the second straight game the Thunder were crushed on the glass pulling down 11 fewer rebounds than the Spurs. In their loss on Sunday at home to Boston the team pulled down nine fewer rebounds. OKC surrendered 49% shooting to the Spurs in defeat.

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