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

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The NBA returns to ABC TV on Sunday January 25th as there are three games scheduled over national television to greatly satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the court gets started at 1PM Eastern Time.

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The Chicago Bulls have piled a couple of victories after their team meeting and they kick off this tripleheader as the host the Miami Heat. Things get started from Chicago at 1PM Eastern Time and ABC TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The Bulls were spiraling downward after a 14 point road loss to Cleveland on Monday. It was the team’s sixth loss in eight games. After a team meeting to clear the air the team has responded with a win at home to San Antonio and on the next night goes on the road to a very good Dallas Mavericks team and earned a four point win. The Miami Heat is sitting in the seventh seed in the Eastern conference. They hold a 1 ½ game lead over the Charlotte Hornets who sits as the ninth seed. General Manager Pat Riley recently addressed to the media that the Heat is built to make the playoffs.

Game 2 on ABC TV will feature LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers hosting the Oklahoma City Thunder at 3:30PM Eastern Time. The Cleveland Cavaliers made changes to their roster as scorer J.R. Smith and defensively specialist Iman Shumpert played together with their new team for the first time on Friday night. The Cavs have won five straight after crushing Charlotte 129-90 on Friday night. Oklahoma City sits at 22-21 and in the ninth seed in the West trailing the eighth seeded Phoenix Suns by three games. The Thunder looks to rebound after a ten point defeat at Atlanta on Friday night.

The action on the hardwood moves over to NBA TV as the Denver Nuggets are home to the Washington Wizards at 9PM Eastern Time. The Wizards holds the second seed in the East and plays on a back to back after playing at Portland on Saturday night. Denver is suffering through another disappointing season at 18-25 sitting the 11th seed in the West. The team has lost five straight after a bad home loss to Boston on Friday night.

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