NBA Pro Basketball TV Games Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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Now with the All Star Break in the rear view mirror the NBA on ESPN will return on Friday Night February 21st with two matchups scheduled for national television to satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the court gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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The action gets underway with the Denver Nuggets paying a visit to the Windy City to face the Chicago Bulls. The teams will get underway from Chicago at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast. The NBA playoffs are less than two months away a check of the Western conference standings and we find the Denver Nuggets sitting in the 11th seed and trailing the eighth seeded Dallas Mavericks by 6 ½ games. The Nuggets fired head coach George Karl and replaced him with rookie head coach Brian Shaw and the Nuggets have collapsed to four games under .500 at 24-28 entering Wednesday night’s game at Milwaukee. The Nuggets were built to run but head coach Brian Shaw is trying to change the team’s style to a more defensive minded club. Problem is the team has one of the best home courts in basketball playing in the mile high altitude and by slowing down it takes away the huge energy advantage Denver has when facing visiting teams. The Chicago Bulls are sitting in the fourth seed in the Eastern conference and only 1 ½ games behind the Toronto Raptors for the third seed. The Bulls entered the All Star break on a three game win streak as they traveled to Toronto on Wednesday. Defense is the word in Chicago as the Bulls limit opponents to 43.4% shooting.

The doubleheader game out west will feature a battle between two storied franchises as the Boston Celtics will continue their road trip to face the LA Lakers. The Celtics and Lakers will get things started from Staples Center in Los Angeles at 10:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. Both teams are rebuilding as they are going through disappointing seasons. Rajon Rondo for the Celtics and Pau Gasol for the Lakers are rumored to be traded by the trading deadline.

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