NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Thursday March 5, 2020

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LA Clippers vs Houston RocketsThe NBA card for Thursday March 5th features four games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. TNT will televise a doubleheader of games.

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It all gets underway on TNT TV at 8PM Eastern Time as the Houston Rockets host the LA Clippers. Houston enters play with an overall record of 39-21 and are 21-8 straight up on their home court. Rockets had their six game win streak snapped in a 125-123 road loss at New York Knicks on Monday. Houston was crushed on the glass as they have been night in and night out with their small lineup pulling down 31 fewer rebounds than the Knicks. Rockets are second best in the NBA in scoring offense as they put up 118.9 points per game. LA checks in at 42-19 this season and 17-13 on the road. Clippers run their win streak to five straight after their 109-94 road win at Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday. LA continues their success when Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and Patrick Beverly are all in the lineup together. They shot 45% in the win and held the Thunder to just 42% overall. Team is third best in the NBA in field goal defense holding opponents to 43.7% from the floor.

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The late night game begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV with the Golden St Warriors at home to the Toronto Raptors. Golden St is a disappointing 14-48 on the campaign and are 7-24 at home. Warriors have won two of their past three after their 116-100 road win on Tuesday to the Denver Nuggets. They shot 51% from the floor and made 18 of 41 from three. They held the Nuggets to only 3 of 20 from three point range. Golden St is last in the NBA in three point defense allowing 38.9% from beyond the arc. Toronto has a mark of 43-18 on the campaign and 20-9 away from home. Raptors broke their three game losing streak after their 123-114 road victory to the Phoenix Suns. They pulled down twelve more rebounds than the Suns. Marc Gasol is out with a hamstring injury. Both VanVleet and Ibaka are questionable with injuries. Raptors are fourth best in the NBA in three point shooting making 37.2% on the year.

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