TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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The NBA on TNT has two outstanding pro basketball games scheduled on Thursday December 11th to greatly satisfy the interests of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Game 1 of the doubleheader will feature Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder hosting LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Things begin from OKC at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT has the coast to coast broadcast. The Cavaliers will enter OKC with an eight game winning streak after a four point home win to Brooklyn on Tuesday. LeBron James had a season high 35 points in the win. Cleveland has seen an upsurge in scoring as the team has put up 105 points or greater in seven of their past eight games. LeBron James is averaging 25 points per game and making 47.5% from the field. The last two years with the Miami Heat James connected on 56% from the floor. Oklahoma City has seen their two superstars back into the lineup in Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant. The team has won three straight and five of their past six games to move to 8-13 on the year. They trail Golden St by 11 games in the loss column for best record in the Western conference. The Thunder has defended well this year as they allow 94 points a game ranking fourth in the NBA and giving up 42% shooting good for second best in the league.

The late night game on TNT at 10:30PM Eastern Time will feature the Sacramento Kings at home playing the Houston Rockets. The Rockets will be on a back to back after playing at Golden St on Wednesday night. They will take a four game win streak into Wednesday’s game. Center Dwight Howard has a knee injury and could be out for an extended time. The Kings has also suffered injury problems as their All Star candidate DeMarcus Cousins is out with a virus and could misst another week. They return home after a loss to the LA Lakers on Tuesday night 98-95. The Kings are 2-5 with Cousins sidelined with his illness.

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