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

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With the NBA playoffs fast approaching teams there is sense of urgency now as teams try and position for favorable seeds and placement for the post season. On Friday night February 28th there are two NBA games scheduled over national television that will satisfy the appetite of NBA bettors worldwide!

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The action on the court on Friday will get underway with the Golden St Warriors continuing their east coast road trip to play the New York Knicks. The Warriors and Knicks will get started from Madison Square Garden in New York City at 8PM Eastern Time and you can watch it over ESPN TV. A check of the standings with the playoffs approaching and we find the Golden St Warrior sitting in the sixth seed in the Western conference heading into play on Wednesday. The Warriors hold a 3 game lead over the ninth seeded Memphis Grizzlies. The Knicks are in trouble. The team occupies the 11th seed prior to their Thursday night game at Miami and are 5 ½ games behind the eighth seeded Charlotte Bobcats with only 25 games remaining to be played. Following the Knicks loss on Monday to Dallas the Knicks had dropped three straight and eight of their past ten games. They have not defended well as they have given up 107 points or greater during this three game losing streak.

Game two of the NBA doubleheader will feature the upstart New Orleans Pelicans paying a visit to the Phoenix Suns. The Pelicans and Suns get underway from Phoenix at 10:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. New Orleans has young talent and could vie for playoff participation with a good draft and a good pick up in free agency to support their young roster. Phoenix has an improved this season and yet despite a ten game over .500 record they still only hold a 1 ½ game lead over the ninth seeded Memphis Grizzlies in the Western conference. Phoenix is an eighth seed entering Wednesday’s action. Phoenix will try and break a two game home losing streak as they drop their recent home games to Houston and Minnesota.

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