TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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The NBA on TNT returns on Thursday February 26th with two outstanding matchups to satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all gets started at 8PM Eastern Time as LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will welcome into town Stephen Curry and the Golden St Warriors on TNT. Some may consider this game a preview of the 2015 NBA Finals that are set to start in just under four months from now. Golden St has the best record in the NBA at 44-10 on the year. They are playing very well on both ends of the court. The Warriors are number one team in the NBA in points scored, field goal shooting, three point shooting and defensive field goal shooting. The key to the success of Golden St defensively has been the health of Andrew Bogut. He has to remain healthy. The Warriors center has been troubled throughout his career with constant injuries. Stephen Curry returned to the lineup on Tuesday after missing Monday’s loss at Indiana with an ankle injury. In the Warriors win at Washington on Tuesday Curry had 32 points and eight assists in nearly 34 minutes of play. Cleveland has raised the level of play. They have won 17 of their past 19 games after a nine point road win at Detroit on Tuesday. They have held opponents to under 100 points in 14 of their past 17 games. An issue with Kevin Love has been the play of Kevin Love. He has struggled from the field shooting 43% from the floor the second worst in his seven year career.

The late night game over on TNT will get going at 10:30PM Eastern Time as the Phoenix Suns will be at home facing the Oklahoma City Thunder. A major injury concern for the Thunder as Kevin Durant underwent a foot procedure that could sideline him for a significant time. Russell Westbrook had a triple double on Tuesday in the Thunders 105-92 home victory to the Indiana Pacers. Phoenix traded away point guards Goran Dragic and Isaiah Thomas at the deadline. The club has lost five straight and eight of their past nine games.

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