NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Wednesday February 12, 2020

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The NBA card for Wednesday February 12th features eleven games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will televise a doubleheader of games.

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The action on ESPN TV begins at 7PM Eastern Time as the Indiana Pacers host the Milwaukee Bucks. Indiana will enter play with an overall record of 31-23 and sit 18-10 straight up on their home court. Pacers have lost seven of their past eight following the 106-105 home defeat to Brooklyn Nets on Monday. It is now five straight defeats on the home court for the Pacers. What has hampered this team is either rebounding or defense. In this loss to the Nets it was the rebounding as Brooklyn pulled down 13 more rebounds than the Pacers. Indiana is 21st in the league in scoring defense surrendering 109.6 points per game. Milwaukee sits at 46-7 and 21-4 on the road. Bucks have won five straight after their 123-111 home win to Sacramento Kings on Monday. Team was down two after three quarters and outscored Sacramento 35-21 in the final quarter. Milwaukee had a good night from three converting on 18 of 42. Giannis Antetokounmpo sat out with a personal issue. He is questionable as he became a first time father on Monday.

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The late night game begins at 10PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV with the Denver Nuggets at home to the LA Lakers. Denver sits at 38-16 and are 21-6 on their home court. Denver has won four straight and six of seven following their 127-120 home win to San Antonio Spurs on Monday. Nuggets were able to overcome a deficit of 14 points at the half and 23 overall. Denver had a strong shooting night converting on 56% and 18 of 35 from three. LA checks in at 40-12 on the campaign and 22-5 away from home. Lakers have won two straight with the 125-100 home win to Phoenix Suns on Monday. With the Suns missing a big man in Aron Baynes the Lakers were able to dominate the glass pulling down 30 more rebounds than the Suns. LA shot well hitting 52% from the field. Anthony Davis had 25 points and ten rebounds. The bench chipped in with 62 points nearly half of the Lakers scoring.

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