NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Thursday February 6, 2020

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The NBA card for Thursday February 6th features five games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. TNT TV will televise a doubleheader.

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The action gets underway on TNT TV at 8PM Eastern Time as the Chicago Bulls host the New Orleans Pelicans. Chicago enters play with a 19-33 record and sit 11-15 on their home court. Bulls have dropped three straight after their 129-102 road defeat on Sunday to the Toronto Raptors. Bulls posted another poor defensive performance as they allowed the Raptors to covert on 56% from the floor and 16 of 34 from three. Chicago dealing with cluster injuries as scorers Otto Porter Jr. and Lauri Markkanen are out with injuries. Kris Dunn is out until the All Star Break with a knee injury. New Orleans checks in at 20-31 overall with a road record of 10-15. New Orleans will look to break a two game losing streak following their 120-108 home loss on Tuesday to the Milwaukee Bucks. Pelicans for the second straight game struggled shooting the basketball finishing with 38% from the floor and only 14 of 49 from three. Zion Williamson struggled in the loss shooting 5 of 19 from the floor with 0 of 3 from three point range.

The late night game tips at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the LA Lakers welcome into town the Houston Rockets. Lakers sit 38-11 overall on the season and 17-6 at home. LA has won two straight following their 129-102 home win to San Antonio on Tuesday. Lakers crushed the Spurs on the glass by pulling down 30 more rebounds. They did catch San Antonio on a back to back as they faced the Clippers on Monday night. Lakers shot 59% in victory with 12 of 28 from three. Houston travels to LA with a mark of 32-18 and 14-11 on the highway. Rockets have won three straight with their 125-110 home win to the Charlotte Hornets on Tuesday. Houston spotted the Hornets a 12 point lead after one quarter then outscored Charlotte by 27 the rest of the way. Rockets forced 17 Hornets turnovers and committed only four for the game. Russell Westbrook and Clint Capela are both questionable for this game due to injuries.

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