NBA TV Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The NBA enters its first weekend since the All Star Break and scheduled for Saturday February 21st are several outstanding matchups to greatly satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The lone game over national television will go off at 8PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Chicago Bulls will host the Phoenix Suns. The Phoenix Suns made some noise at the trading deadline as they trade their point guard Goran Dragic to the Miami Heat. It looked like Dragic would not sign a contract with the Suns when his contract expires so the Suns figured to move and get draft picks in exchange. After the Thunder defeated Dallas on Thursday the Suns fell into the ninth seed and out of the playoffs in the Western conference race. Both teams enter play off a back to back. The Bulls transitioned in the 2014-15 into an offensive style team. The Bulls hit the break in good form winners of four straight as they beat the Cleveland Cavaliers at home by a 113-98 score and cover as a +2 point underdog. Pau Gasol leads the club in rebounds and shooting percentage as he grabs 12 boards a game and hits 49% from the field.

On NBA League Pass Channel at 7PM Eastern Time the Charlotte Hornets will be home to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Thunder came off the All Star break hosting the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday and was preceded to post a 104-89 victory that catapulted the team into the eighth seed in the Western conference. The Thunder is hot now as both Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant started playing their best basketball of the season. OKC has won four straight and six of seven games. Charlotte holds a one game lead over Brooklyn for the final playoff spot in the East. They hit the break losers of three straight.

Two playoff contenders go head to head at 8PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the Houston Rockets will be home to the Toronto Raptors. Both teams are on back to backs. Houston will be without Dwight Howard for another month due to a knee injury. Toronto has played well with a mark of 36-17 at the break. They are ninth in the league in shooting percentage hitting 45.7% from the field.

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