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

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On Friday Night December 7th ESPN TV will present a double header of NBA pro basketball to satisfy the appetite of betting enthusiasts. The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time with game two of the doubleheader scheduled for 9:35PM Eastern Time.

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At 7PM Eastern Time the Boston Celtics will travel to face the Philadelphia 76ers. Heading into Wednesday’s action the Celtics were just 9-8 on the young season. Offensively they are led by Paul Pierce who averages 19 points a game. They make 47% of their shots from the floor ranking Boston fifth in basketball. Entering play on Wednesday the 76ers sports a 10-8 mark on the season. During the past few seasons the 76ers were dependent of good defensive play as the team often would go into scoring droughts. Once again this season the Philadelphia 76ers struggle with a point per game average of 92 points a game and third worst in the NBA. Jrue Holiday leads the 76ers with 18 points per game. Boston and Philadelphia have one head to head meeting this year with the 76ers posting the 106-100 win as a +5 ½ point road underdog.

The nightcap of the ESPN TV NBA twin pack will feature a Western conference marquee attraction as Kobe Bryant and the LA Lakers continuers their road trip with a pro basketball game against Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder at 9:35PM Eastern Time on ESPN Televison. It has been a rough going for the LA Lakers as they try to find the formula for wins with their new players acquired from the off season.

The Lakers were scheduled to bench Pau Gasol for both the early week schedule. The team is reporting that Gasol was experiences knee tendinitis and was sideline for a few days but is expected to play on Thursday. Pau has had much difficulty transitioning to a new offensive system. He is suffering through some tough times with career lows in many offensive categorys. Heading into Wednesday night action the Oklahoma City Thunderwere sitting with a record of 15-4. They are 9-2 on their home court this season. OKC has been great on both side of the court with in this new season with 49% shooting and allowing 42%.

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