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

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The NBA on ESPN on Friday night November 7th will feature two games scheduled that will greatly satisfy the interests of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the hardwood gets going at 8PM Eastern Time.

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The action gets underway with the Oklahoma City Thunder playing host to the Memphis Grizzlies at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN. Memphis has been off to a great start to the 2014-15 NBA regular season as the team opens up with a 4-0 mark heading into Wednesday’s action. They are an outstanding defensive club as usual as they sit first in the league in scoring defense by allowing just 85 points per game. Marc Gasol has led the club in both scoring and shooting percentage as he averages 22 points a game and nearly 56% shooting per game. Teams are only shooting 40% against the Grizzlies on the young season. Oklahoma City has struggled as expected as they must navigate for 6-8 weeks without their talented due of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant who are both out with injuries. The team is 1-4 as the enter play on Friday night with two days off after a 100-88 road loss at Toronto on Tuesday night. With their two top scores gone the Thunder is 26th in the league in scoring offense as they push across under 91 points per game. Serge Ibaka leads the club in scoring and shooting as he averages 18 points a game along with 57% shooting.

The late night game will get underway at 10:30PM Eastern Time over on ESPN as LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers continue their west coast trip with a stop in high altitude to meet the Denver Nuggets. Entering Wednesday’s action the Cavaliers are 1-2 and have struggled from the field as their big three in Lebron, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving are shooting around 40% from the floor. Cleveland is 20th in the league in scoring posting just 95 points a game. They are not defending very well by giving up 49% shooting to their opponents. Denver is off to a 1-2 mark as they enter Wednesday night. Shooting has been a major issue for the Nuggets as the club makes just 39.1% from the floor ranking 30th and last in the NBA.

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