TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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There are two outstanding NBA matchups over TNT TV on Thursday night February 20th that will satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the court gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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A monster game kicks off the doubleheader as its Lebron James versus Kevin Durant when the Miami Heat hit the road to battle the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Heat and Thunder get started from OKC at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT TV. This is the second meeting of the year between these two teams and Miami will be in revenge mode. Back on January 29th the Thunder went into Miami and embarrassed the Heat as they pulled off the 112-95 victory as a +4 point wagering underdog. OKC got the win without Russell Westbrook in the lineup. Kevin Durant had 33 points in the victory with Serge Ibaka contributing with 22 points and eight boards. Miami blew an 18 point lead as they allowed the Thunder to rally for the win. The Heat had 18 turnovers so they will be focused big time here. LeBron could not do it along as James scored 34 points in defeat. There have been some rumors circulating that Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook could return back to the Oklahoma City lineup on Thursday against Miami. The Heat have work to do to catch the Pacers as Indiana holds a 2 ½ game lead in the Eastern conference. The Thunder holds a four game lead over San Antonio in the Western conference race.

The doubleheader game will find Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets invading the Bay Area to face the Golden St Warriors. The two teams tip off from Golden St at 10:30PM Eastern Time and TNT have the coast to coast broadcast. The Rockets are in striking distance for the number two seed in the west as the team trails San Antonio by two games at the All Star Break. Houston has much work to do to catch the Thunder who holds a six game lead for the top seed in the Western conference. Golden St has struggled this season as they sit as the eighth seed in the west at the All Star break.

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