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

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The NBA on ESPN TV for Friday December 19th will feature two outstanding games scheduled to satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the court gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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In Game 1 of the doubleheader it will be the San Antonio Spurs playing host to the Portland Trailblazers. Things begin from San Antonio at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN. San Antonio will hit the court losers of two straight and three of their past four games. The losses came at home to the Lakers and Grizzlies in overtime and a seven point loss at Portland. The loss to Memphis came in triple overtime on Wednesday in an extremely grueling back and forth battle. Danny Green logged in 51 minutes and Tim Duncan played 47 minutes. The Spurs had injury issues as they played without the services of Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard who missed due to injury. Parker is questionable for Friday with a hamstring issue and Leonard is also listed as questionable as he is sporting a hand injury. Trailblazers will play Game 1 of a four game road trip with three games against the Texas Triangle. They finished 2-0 in this just concluded home stand which included a 13 point home victory to San Antonio on Monday. The team has won eight of their past ten games and sits with a mark of 20-6. Portland is the number two scoring defense in the NBA by allowing just 95 points per game.

The late night game over ESPN will begin at 10:30PM Eastern Time as the LA Lakers will be home to the Oklahoma City Thunder. With Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook both healthy in the Thunder lineup the team have strung together seven straight wins after they defeated Sacramento on Tuesday. The Thunder will be in a back to back spot as they faced Golden St on Thursday night. LA Lakers return home after a 2-1 road trip. The team is 8-17. They picked up wins at San Antonio and Minnesota but were defeated on Monday in the final game of the trip to Indiana by 19 points. LA is the 30th and worst in points allowed giving up 109 per game.

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