TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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The All Star Break has concluded and now the stretch run has begun from the NBA with just two months remaining in the regular season. Scheduled for Thursday February 19th are two outstanding games from the NBA over national television to greatly satisfy the appetites of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the court gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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The TNT doubleheader begins with the Oklahoma City Thunder playing host to the Dallas Mavericks beginning at 8PM Eastern Time. A look at the playoff picture and the Dallas Mavericks currently holds the fifth seed in the West and the Oklahoma City Thunder are 9th seed. The Thunder is a ½ game behind of Phoenix for the final playoff spot. The first half of the year was rough for OKC. They were without Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook for significant time due to injuries. Both players returned and the Thunder took some time to hit their groove. The team is 28-25. They finally got their act together and began playing their best basketball at the All Star Break. The Thunder hit the break winners of three straight with notable home wins to the LA Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies. Dallas has made improvements to their roster as they acquired point guard Rajon Rondo from the Boston Celtics. Rumors have circulated that once Amare Stoudemire clears waivers after his release from the New York Knicks that he will sign with the Mavericks.

The late night game out west features the LA Clippers at home against the San Antonio Spurs at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV. The Clippers occupies the 6th seed in the West and the Spurs are 7th in the West. At 35-19 the Clippers have been a disappointment. The team lacks depth as the bench has not performed to expectations. An Elbow injury has sidelined Blake Griffin for a month. San Antonio had to battle through injury issues of their own in the first half with defensive specialist Kawhi Leonard sideline with a hand injury. He has returned back to the Spurs lineup and the team hit the break winners of seven of their past nine games.

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