NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Thursday January 30, 2020

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The NBA action for Thursday January 30th features six games on the schedule to the delight 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 Boston Celtics are home to the Golden St Warriors. Boston has an overall mark of 31-15 with an 18-5 record at home. Celtics were able to rebound from a 15 point road loss at New Orleans with a victory in Miami on Tuesday. Boston has won three of their past four games. They are dealing with injury concerns with Jayson Tatum, Enes Kanter and Javonte Green all listed as questionable. Celtics sit third in the NBA in scoring defense as they hold opponents to 105.5 points per game. Golden St sits at 10-38 this season and 3-21 on the highway. Warriors have lost four straight and nine of their past ten after the 115-104 road defeat on Tuesday to the Philadelphia 76ers. It was a poor shooting game for the Warriors in defeat hitting only 43%. DeAngelo Russell led the team with 28 points and seven assists hitting on 10 of 22 shots.

The late night game begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Denver Nuggets host the Utah Jazz. Denver enters play with a record of 32-15 and 18-6 on their home court. Their two game win streak was snapped in a 104-96 road defeat on Tuesday to Memphis on Tuesday. Nuggets surrendered 56% shooting to the Grizzlies in the loss. It was a cold shooting night for Denver as they connected only 37% from the floor. Nuggets dealing with rotation injuries as out are Millsap, Murray and Plumlee. Utah will be on a back to back after playing at San Antonio on Wednesday with a 14-10 record on the road. Jazz had a recent four game win streak snapped in a 126-117 defeat at home to Houston on Monday. Jazz had a day or fest and the Rockets were on a back to back after playing at Denver on Sunday. Rockets were also without Harden and Westbrook. Jazz lose despite hitting 51% from the field. But it was the cold three point shooting that cost Utah as they made only 12 of 42.

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