TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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There will be two games scheduled on TNT from the NBA on Thursday December 5th to greatly satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the hardwood gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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In Game 1 of the TNT doubleheader it will be Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks hosting Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers from Madison Square Garden at 8PM Eastern Time. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road side Cleveland Cavaliers the -7 ½ point favorite with a total of 198 ½ points. After a terrible start to the season the Cleveland Cavaliers are playing their best basketball on the offensive end of the court for the season. The team has won four straight and has scored no less than 106 points in any one of those games. The only negative to this story is all the wins came against Eastern conference clubs. New York Knick head coach Derrick Fisher has been off to a disappointing start as the club is 4-15. They have struggled adapting offensively to the Triangle offense and as a result the club ranks 27th in the league in scoring by pushing across 93 points a game. The only positive is that Carmelo Anthony is shooting his highest percentage from the field as a Knick as he is making 46.3% from the field.

The nightcap on TNT will pit Stephen Curry and his Golden St Warriors at home to Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans with a tip time of 10:30PM Eastern Time. Golden St is a -8 point favorite with an over under line of 206 ½ points. The Warriors are off to a 15-2 start for rookie head coach Steve Kerr who by the way turned down the New York Knick job. Golden St leads the league in both offensive and defensive field goal percentage as they make 48.5% from the floor and allows 41% shooting to their opponents. New Orleans enters play with a mark of 8-8. Defensively they struggle ranking in the lower third of the league by allowing 46% shooting to their opponents.

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