NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA on Holiday Monday January 18th features four outstanding matchups over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 2:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Memphis Grizzlies will host the New Orleans Pelicans. The coaching change during the offseason has not worked out in New Orleans. The Pelicans were a playoff team a season ago and enter play with a record of 13-26. This is due in part to poor play on the defensive end of the court. They face Memphis with consecutive wins at Sacramento and home to Charlotte. Memphis has won four of their past five games as they hosted New York and came away with a 103-95 victory. This is the final game of a six game home stand. At 23-19 the Grizzlies have underperformed this season as the team has struggled with shooting from the field.

At 5PM Eastern Time on NBA TV the Atlanta Hawks are home to the Orlando Magic. The Magic have been one of the surprises of this season. They are 20-19 ranking near or in the top third of the league in key offensive and defensive shooting categories. They look to recover from dropping two straight and six of their past seven games. Atlanta is 24-17 and has had trouble defending the three point line by allowing 36.1% from beyond the arc which is 22nd in the league.

On TNT TV at 8PM Eastern Time it’s the rematch of last year’s NBA Finals as the Cleveland Cavaliers are home to the Golden St Warriors. This is the big one for Monday. Cleveland looks for revenge after dropping an 89-83 road decision on Christmas Day at Golden St. The Warriors look to rebound after getting crushed 113-95 at Detroit on Saturday. Cleveland has won nine of ten games after beating Houston Friday night.

The late night game gets started at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the LA Clippers will host the Houston Rockets. The Clippers had their first loss without Blake Griffin in the lineup as they fell 110-103 at home to Sacramento on Saturday. Houston is on a back to back after playing the Lakers at Staples Center on Sunday night.

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