NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The Martin Luther King Holiday on Monday January 19th will feature four outstanding NBA games televised nationally to satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action begins at 2:30PM Eastern Time.

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The quadruple header gets going on ESPN TV at 2:30PM Eastern Time as the Atlanta Hawks will be home to the Detroit Pistons. Atlanta has been the surprise of the NBA. After their win at Chicago on Saturday the Hawks sit at 33-8 and have the best record in the Eastern conference by five games. Since cutting Josh Smith from their roster the Detroit Pistons have become a contender for an Eastern conference playoff spot. After a 19 point victory at home to Philadelphia on Saturday the Pistons have won eight of ten games and sits just one game behind the eighth seeded Brooklyn Nets for the final playoff spot.

NBA TV takes the baton at 5PM Eastern Time as the Memphis Grizzlies will be home to the Dallas Mavericks. Memphis carries a four game win streak into Monday after beating Portland at home on Saturday by four points. They team went through a down cycle early in the month as Zach Randolph was out with a knee problem. Now healthy the Grizzlies are back on track. Dallas is giving up 102 points per game on the year as they struggle defending the three. Teams connect 37% from beyond the arc on Dallas ranking 26th in the league.

Over on TNT at 7:30PM Eastern Time Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will play host to Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls. After sitting out extended time with sore knees LeBron James is back in the Cavaliers lineup and will carry a two game win streak into Chicago after beating the Clippers on Friday night. The Bulls have lost five of seven games as the team has not played well on the defensive end of the court.

The late night game on TNT at 10PM Eastern Time will feature the young upstart Phoenix Suns hosting Kobe Bryant and the LA Lakers. Kobe Bryant will be a question mark to play the rest of the year as the Lakers are not contending for a playoff spot. With Goran Dragic and Eric Bledsoe both healthy again the Suns have won six of eight games.

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