TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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TNT will deliver a televised double header of NBA pro basketball on Thursday January 24th to satisfy the appetite of bettors. The action begins with game one at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Game one of the TNT TV doubleheader will send Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks to the road to face the Boston Celtics. Tip off time from Boston is set for 8PM Eastern Time. Heading into Tuesday’s action the Boston Celtics were just a .500 team at 20-20 on the season. Head coach Doc Rivers blows a gasket following a Sunday night loss to the Detroit Pistons for their third straight loss. In that span the Celtics have averaged just 88 points a game in which Rivers characterized his team as awful and one going through the motions collecting checks and not being committed to the game by not playing hard. The New York Knicks will have two full days off to prepare for the Celtics as they last took the court on Monday afternoon in an 88-85 home defeat to Brooklyn. It was the Knicks first game since their trip to London last Thursday night. New York has lost six of their past ten games. Since an injury to Raymond Felton the Knicks point guard the team has struggled on the defensive end of the court and their shooting percentage has taken a significant hit.

The nightcap on TNT TV will find the LA Clippers on the road to play the Phoenix Suns. The game time is set for 10:35PM Eastern Time. The Clippers are 13-6 on the road this season after dropping a 106-99 road game at Golden St on Monday. It was a bad fourth quarter for LA as they get outscored by 14 by the Warriors. Chris Paul had only four points as his point production has a history of dipping when forced to work hard on the defensive end as he was chasing Stephen Curry all game long. This won’t be the case at Phoenix. The Suns are a bad team that just fired their coach. They are 10-11 on their home court. Heading into Wednesday’s game at Sacramento the Suns had dropped seven of eight games. They have not reached 100 points on offense in ten straight games heading into Wednesday.

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