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NBA Thursday Schedule
The NBA season is in full swing which means there are plenty of sports betting opportunities for new users to take advantage of. Read up on tonight’s matchups and use Caesars Sportsbook Ohio bonus code SHARPBET1BET to place your first wager.
Chicago Bulls at Detroit Pistons
Game Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Accor Arena
Team Records: Chicago (20-24), Detroit (12-35)
NBA is back in Europe for the first time since 2020. The Bulls and Pistons have the honor of playing in the first Europe game in Paris on Thursday night. This game also marks the homecoming of Pistons player Killian Hayes who grew up in France.
The Pistons are coming off a two-game losing streak and are sitting second from the bottom in the East with a 12-35 record. Killian Hayes returned to the court last week after a three-game suspension, playing 35 minutes and scoring nine points. Bojan Bogdanovic is still questionable after being missing from action in Sunday’s game against Knicks due to an illness.
The Bulls ended their three-game losing streak with an impressive 132-118 win against the Warriors. All eyes will be on superstar Zach LaVine who is averaging 30.2 points per game in the past week and hitting 50% of his 3-pointers. With this result being more a standalone performance from LaVine, he will be looking to his teammates to step up on Thursday night to help lock in the win abroad.
Golden State Warriors at Boston Celtics
Game Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: TD Garden
Team Records: Golden State (22-22), Boston (33-12)
The Celtics are leading the East right now with their 33-12 record. Winning their last seven times on the court, they are looking to keep that streak going on Thursday. This is not the teams’ first time meeting this season. They played back in December and the Warriors walked away with a 123-107 win. With the Celtics’ current winning streak and a home matchup, it could prove to be the perfect storm for that revenge win.
The Celtics are led by top scorer Jayson Tatum, averaging 31.1 PPG. In Monday’s win against the Hornets, Tatum recorded 51 points, nine rebounds, and five assists in his 40 minutes on the court. Also proving to be a force on defense, the 24-year-old is averaging 8.3 rebounds per game.
The Warriors are showing more inconsistency in this second half of the season but did pull off a 127-118 win against the Washington Wizards on Monday night. The Warriors will need to rely on leaders Jordan Poole and Stephen Curry to pull off a win against the Celtics. On Monday night, Poole recorded 32 points, seven rebounds, and three assists and has averaged 21.1 points per game this season. Curry racked up 41 points, seven rebounds, and two assists Monday night and has been averaging 29.3 points per game.
Toronto Raptors at Minnesota Timberwolves
Game Time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Target Center
Team Records: Toronto (20-24), Minnesota (20-23)
The Raptors and Timberwolves game could prove to be an even matchup between teams with similar records. The only difference is the Raptors have won four out of five last games, and the Timberwolves have won three out of five of their last games. This doesn’t necessarily give the Raptors the upper hand, let’s dive deeper into the players to watch Thursday night.
For Toronto, Pascal Siakam leads the team across the board. The 28-year-old is averaging 25.6 PPG, 8.2 rebounds, and 6.5 APG. Scottie Barnes put up 26 points, seven rebounds, and four assists in the Raptors’ last game against the New York Knicks. Barnes averages 15.4 PPG this season but has recorded over 20 points in his last three times on the court.
Minnesota shooting guard, Anthony Edwards, has been a leader for the Timberwolves on the court this season. Averaging 23.9 PPG and scoring 29 points against Utah in their last game out, Edwards proves to consistently be a top scorer in each game. Rudy Gobert had been listed as questionable before the latest matchup against the Utah Jazz but ended up playing for five minutes, scoring two points in that time. After aggravating his injury in that short time on the court, he is not expected to play in Wednesday’s game against the Denver Nuggets.
Philadelphia 76ers at Portland Trail Blazers
Game Time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Moda Center
Record: Philadelphia (27-16), Portland (22-21)
Damian Lillard has recorded an impressive season with an average of 28.8 PPG, and he is proving to be a consistent offensive contributor for the Trail Blazers. He has scored at least 30 points in six consecutive games. The highlight in that time was a 50-point performance against Cleveland on Jan. 13. He scored 44 on Tuesday night at Denver.
The 76ers will be looking to 28-year-old Joel Embiid, who has averaged 33.4 PPG and 9.8 RPG. Another offensive contributor for the 76ers is James Harden. While averaging 22.3 PPG, Harden is a playmaker and also averages 11.2 assists per game. In his last three games, he has not scored fewer than 24 points and has not recorded less than 15 assists while averaging 36 minutes per game.
Brooklyn Nets at Phoenix Suns
Game Time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Footprint Center
Record: Brooklyn (27-15), Phoenix (21-24)
This matchup of the East and West is also a matchup of a lower and higher ranking team. The Nets are in second in the East with a 27-15 record and the Suns are falling in the bottom four in the West. The two teams haven’t met this season.
No surprise, Kevin Durant leads the Nets with 29.7 PPG. However, Durant will not be stepping foot on the court for some time due to an isolated MCL sprain on his right knee. Durant has been missed by his teammates and it shows with the Nets losing the previous two games post-Durant’s injury. The team will need to rely on another force on the court, Kyrie Irving, though he didn’t play in Tuesday’s game against San Antonio. The 30-year-old has averaged 25.6 PPG and has stepped up in the absence of Durant. Playing the Spurs before facing the Suns should give the team more time to regroup ahead of Thursday.
The Suns’ player to watch is Deandre Ayton on both offense and defense. Ayton averages 17.3 PPG and 9.7 RPG, but only recorded 18 and 11 points in his last two games. Like the Nets missing a star player, there has also been an obvious absence of Devin Booker for the Suns. Booker left the game Christmas Day after suffering a groin injury four minutes in. The team has only won two out of 11 games since the star shooting guard walked off the court on Christmas Day, going into Thursday’s matchup with a three-game losing streak.
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