NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Wednesday February 5, 2020

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The NBA action for Wednesday February 5th features nine games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will televise a doubleheader.

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It all begins on ESPN TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time as the Boston Celtics host the Orlando Magic. Boston enters play with a record of 34-15 and 20-5 on the home court.  Celtics have won four straight and seven of their past eight following their 123-115 road victory to Atlanta Hawks on Sunday. It was a strong shooting performance as Boston connected on 53% from the floor and converted on 12 of 29 from three. Jayson Tatum led the team with 28 points and seven rebounds hitting on 10 of 20 shots. Gordon Hayward contributed with 24 points on 9 of 16 from the floor. Questionable for this game are Marcus Smart and Kemba Walker with injuries. Orlando checks in at 22-28 overall and sit 9-16 straight up on the road. Magic broke their five game losing streak with their 112-100 road win at Charlotte Hornets on Monday. Orlando had a good shooting night hitting on 54% and 16 of 34 from three. Magic is last in the NBA in shooting as they convert only 43.2% from the field.

The late night game begins at 10PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV with the LA Clippers home to the Miami Heat. LA has a record of 35-15 this season with a home record of 21-5. Clippers have won two straight following their 108-105 home win to the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night. LA had a good shooting night from three hitting on 41%. Kawhi Leonard led the team with 22 points on 8 of 17 shooting. Clippers sit third in the NBA in overall and three point shooting defense. Miami checks in at 34-15 on the campaign and 12-12 on the highway. Heat have won two straight following their 137-106 home win on Monday to the Philadelphia 76ers. It was a huge second half in the win as Miami outscored the 76ers 81-55 in the win. Jimmy Butler led the team with 38 points hitting on 14 of 20 shots. Goran Dragic off the bench had 24 points. Heat lead the league in three point defense this season holding opponents to 32.8% shooting.

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