NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA will take center stage on Monday January 5th with no football scheduled as there are two outstanding games airing over national television that will greatly satisfy the interest of pro basketball bettors. The action on the hardwood gets going at 8PM Eastern Time.

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A couple of young teams with rising stars get this doubleheader started as the New Orleans Pelicans will be hosting the Washington Wizards. Things get underway from New Orleans at 8PM Eastern Time and NBA TV has the coast to coast broadcast. This will be the second and final meeting of the regular season between these two teams. Back on November 29th the Wizards squeaked out an 83-80 home victory as a -4 point favorite. The Wizards will be concluding a five game road trip. It started out with a one point win at Houston then the team dropped the next three games for their first three game losing streak of the season. Defense has been a major issue as the Wizards have allowed no less than 101 points and an average of 107 points per game. New Orleans sits one game over .500 with a record of 17-16. They are a good home team as the Pelicans have an 11-4 straight up record. They have had issues defensively as New Orleans allows 46.7% shooting ranking 26th in the NBA.

The late night game will showcase two of the best teams from the Western Conference as the Golden St Warriors will be home to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Warriors and Thunder begin from Golden St at 10:30PM Eastern Time on NBA TV. This is already the third meeting between these two clubs with Golden winning both games held at home and on the road. The Warriors sit atop the Western conference standing with a 25-4 record and holds a 12 game lead in the loss column over Oklahoma City with 51 games left to be played. Oklahoma City suffered with injuries to Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant which explains their .500 record as we played just over a 1/3rd of the season. They have struggled with their three point shooting this year as Oklahoma City hits 32.6% ranking 26th in the league.

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