TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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The NBA on TNT has scheduled an attractive doubleheader of pro basketball on Thursday February 6th that will satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action on the court on Thursday night will get underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Game one of the TNT doubleheader will feature the San Antonio Spurs hitting the road to face the Brooklyn Nets. The Spurs and Nets will get things underway at 8PM Eastern Time over TNT TV. The Spurs opened up their rodeo road trip that will span nine games with the 102-95 victory on New Orleans as a -3 ½ point favorite. The Spurs will have a day of rest after hitting the road on Tuesday night to face the Washington Wizards. The Spurs have been hit with a string of injuries that have impacted their play on the court. Both Manu Ginobili and Kawhi Leonard will be sidelined until late February. Ginobili is hampered by hamstring injury. Kawhi Leonard has a hand injury. Tiago Splitter has returned back to the Spurs lineup after a lengthy stay on the disabled list. Despite the injuries the Spurs have been a good shooting team as they rank second best in the NBA in field goal percentage as they hit on 49.1% from the floor. San Antonio is the number one three point shooting team in the league by hitting on 39.7% from beyond the arc. After a five game win streak the Nets had dropped three straight games until they defeat the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night. The team sits at 21-25 and holds the seventh seed in the Eastern conference standings.

The second game of the NBA doubleheader has a tip time of 10:30PM Eastern Time over TNT TV as the Chicago Bulls continue their west coast road trip as they face the Golden St Warriors. After a ten point win at San Antonio to open their six game road trip the team then dropped a nine point decision at New Orleans on Saturday and were crushed by 29 points at Sacramento on Monday night. Heading into their home game on Tuesday against Charlotte the Golden St Warriors had lost four of their past six home games.

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