NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA action from Monday January 22nd features nine games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. Two games will air over national television on NBA TV.

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It gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Houston Rockets are hosting the Miami Heat. The Miami Heat have moved their record to 27-19 as the team has won eight of their past ten games. They traveled to Charlotte on the backend of a back to back and were underdogs of seven points. Miami down 10 after three quarters rallied for the 106-105 victory. Heat got great contribution from Wayne Ellington who scored 26 points hitting on 10 of 15 from the field. In the victory the Heat shot 49%. Houston is 2-0 on this home stand. It opened with a 116-98 home victory to a hot Minnesota team as the Rockets shot 48% in the victory. Two nights later the Rockets hosted the Golden St Warriors. On Saturday Houston defeated the defending NBA Champions 116-108 and covering as a +2.5 underdog. Houston started quickly jumping out to the 40-28 lead after one quarter. The game got tight late and Houston pulled away with key stops. James Harden was playing his second game since returning from a hamstring injury. In the victory against the Warriors Harden scored 22 points and dished out eight assists in 34 minutes of play. Rockets forced 19 Golden St turnovers in the victory.

The late night game gets underway at 10:30PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the LA Clippers are home to the Minnesota Timberwolves. LA Clippers had their six game win streak broken in a 125-113 defeat at Utah on Saturday. LA surrendered 76 first half points in the loss as they allowed 55% shooting to the Jazz. Clippers have won four straight at home with a notable 11 point victory to Houston. Minnesota returns to the road after their 115-109 home victory to Toronto on Saturday. Timberwolves have won six straight at home but have lost four straight on the road. Issues for Minnesota on the road has been the play of their defense as the team is giving up over 47% shooting.

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