ABC and ESPN TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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With less than two months until the start of the NBA playoffs it’s a huge quadruple header of pro basketball games for your watch and wagering pleasure on both ABC and ESPN Television on Sunday.

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The action tips off at 1PM Eastern Time over ABC TV as Linsanity continues with Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks travel to play the Boston Celtics. The Celtics earned a two point victory back on February 3rd as Boston put on the defensive clamps by allowing just 34 second half points to New York.

Immediately following on ABC TV at 3:30PM Eastern Time we have the big one as Lebron James and Dwyane Wade travel into Staples Center to play Kobe Bryant and the LA Lakers. You think Kobe’s henchman may be out to revenge his broken nose and concussion delivered by Dwyane Wade at the All Star Game? LA was crushed by Miami back on January 19th as they fell behind to the Heat by as much as 23 points in defeat. Heading into Friday night the Lakers are 15-2 straight up on their home court on the campaign.

The third game will be over on ESPN Television at 7PM Eastern Time as Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls pay a visit to the Philadelphia 76ers. The 76ers blew out Chicago in their past meeting back on February 1st by the score of 98-82 as a +2 point home underdog. The 76ers enjoyed a nice shooting performance in the win as they made 47.6% from the field.

The fourth TV game of the long day and night of action goes off at 9:30PM Eastern Time as the Denver Nuggets travel to face Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs. Denver has been hit hard by the injury bug with Nene, Rudy Fernandez and Danilo Gallinari missing games. Heading into Friday’s action the Nuggets have lost five of their past seven games. Denver will look to avenge a 114-99 beat down at home to the Spurs back on February 23rd. San Antonio has played well despite injuries to Manu Ginobili and Tiago Splitter. Heading into their Friday night game against Charlotte the Spurs have won 12 of their past 14 games.

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