NBA TV Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The NBA moves into their second weekend of play and scheduled on Saturday November 8th are eight games to satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. One game can be caught over national television.

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On NBA TV at 8:30PM Eastern Time it will be the San Antonio Spurs hosting the New Orleans Pelicans. The Spurs will have a day off leading up to this one as they last played on Thursday night against Houston on the road. The Spurs are limiting opponents to just 28% from the three point line. The Pelicans will be a rested team having last played back on November 4th in a 100-91 home victory to Charlotte as a -4 point favorite. The Pelicans are off to a 2-2 starts with wins against Orlando and Charlotte with loses at home to Dallas and on the road to Memphis. The team is struggling from the field hitting just 41% of their shots.

Notable games on the NBA League Pass will feature an afternoon affair at 3:30PM Eastern Time as the LA Clippers will host the Portland Trailblazers. The Clippers fell to 3-2 after getting routed 121-104 at Golden St on Wednesday. Portland has defended well this young season allowing just 92 points a game along with 41% shooting.

At 7PM Eastern Time the Indiana Pacers will be hosting the Washington Wizards. The Wizards got off to a nice start to the season as they sit at 4-1 as they traveled into Toronto on Friday night. Indiana without Paul Georgia is off to a 1-4 start heading into Friday night.

The Chicago Bulls led by Derrick Rose will welcome the traveling Boston Celtics at 8PM Eastern Time. The Bulls have won four of their first five games and lead the league in both field goal and three point shooting defense. The Celtics have struggled defensively in their first four games of the season by allowing 109 points a game and 42 1/2 % shooting from the three point line to their opponents.

Two hot teams meet as the Houston Rockets will host the Golden St Warriors at 8PM Eastern Time. Houston opened the season with five straight wins and the Warriors with four straight wins out of the gate.

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