NBA Christmas Day Games 2019 Betting Lines, Odds, Spreads, Matchups & Full Schedule

David Kaestle
Houston Rockets v Golden State Warriors - Game Five
Houston Rockets v Golden State Warriors - Game Five / Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
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While the NBA has yet to release the schedule for the entire 2019-20 regular season, the 2019 NBA Christmas Day schedule has already surfaced. There are some new teams taking the court on December 25 this year, such as the Denver Nuggets and the New Orleans Pelicans. There are also plenty of the usual suspects from past years like the Golden State Warriors and Milwaukee Bucks.

NBA Christmas Day Game Schedule 2019

12:10 p.m. EST: Boston Celtics vs Toronto Raptors
2:40 p.m. EST: Milwaukee Bucks vs Philadelphia 76ers
5:10 p.m. EST: New Orleans Pelicans vs Denver Nuggets
8:10 p.m. EST: Los Angeles Clippers vs Los Angeles Lakers
10:10 p.m. EST: Houston Rockets vs Golden State Warriors

NBA Christmas Day Game Betting Odds & Spreads

Boston Celtics (+3, ML: +124) vs Toronto Raptors (-3, ML: -146)
Milwaukee Bucks (+3, ML: +126) vs Philadelphia 76ers (-3, ML: -148)
New Orleans Pelicans (+9, ML: +320) vs Denver Nuggets (-9, ML: -410)
Los Angeles Clippers (-1, ML: -114) vs Los Angeles Lakers (+1, ML: -102)
Houston Rockets (+1.5, ML: +104) vs Golden State Warriors (-1.5, ML: -122)

As it does every season, the NBA is set to deliver a full 12 hours of basketball on Christmas Day in 2019, and if this year proves similar to ones in the past, there should be plenty of memorable moments.


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