NBA Pro Basketball TV Match Up Previews for Tuesday February 11th 2014

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A doubleheader card is scheduled for national television on Tuesday night February 11th from NBA pro basketball to whet the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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The action on the hardwood gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time as the Sacramento Kings continue their east coast road trip as they play the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Kings and Cavaliers will air from Cleveland over TNT TV. It has been another downs season for the Sacramento Kings franchise this season. There are a few positives to take from this team. They are showing some improvement on the defensive end of the court as they are holding teams under 100 points in way more many games this season than in the past. The growth and maturity of DeMarcus Cousins as an impact player is a positive step for Sacramento. Cousin’s is the most underrated player in the NBA. Not only does he scores and grabs rebounds but he is active around the bucket on defense with block shots and steals. Cleveland has had a turbulent season. Mike Brown hire as head coach has not gone as hoped. The Cavaliers play on the court caused the general manager to be fired. Point guard Kyrie Irving is a Duke product and not adapting well to a slow motion Mike Brown offense. Young teams should play fast and Mike Brown hasn’t figured this out.

The late night game will feature two Western Conference Finals contending teams as MPV candidate Kevin Durant leads his Oklahoma City Thunder team up to the Northwest to face LaMarcus Aldridge and the Portland Trailblazers. All of the action on the court gets started at 10PM Eastern Time over NBA TV. Heading into Sunday the Oklahoma City Thunder sat atop the Western Conference standings. They hold a 2 ½ game lead over the San Antonio Spurs and by 3 ½ games over the Portland Trailblazers. The Thunder despite missing Russell Westbrook in the lineup has gotten contributions to support Kevin Durant. Portland returns home off a 2-2 road trip with wins at Minnesota and New York with losses in overtime at Indiana and a ten point regulation loss at Washington.

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