NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA card for Monday January 14th features six games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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On NBA TV at 8:30PM Eastern Time the San Antonio Spurs are home to the Charlotte Hornets. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side San Antonio Spurs favored by -8 ½ points with the over under line of 223 points. San Antonio has been strong on their home court with an 18-5 straight up record. Team has won six of their past eight games after splitting a pair with the Oklahoma City Thunder. They played a memorable game on Thursday with the Spurs posting the 154-147 home overtime victory to OKC following a loss the previous night in Memphis. San Antonio has won four straight at home winning all games by seven points or greater. Charlotte will conclude their six game road trip. Team went 1-4 on this trip with the lone victory coming to a bad Phoenix team. Charlotte has lost three of these games on the trip by double digits and the other loss came 104-97 in a back to back at Sacramento on Saturday. San Antonio is still without Rudy Gay who is out with a sprained left wrist.

The Sacramento Kings will host the Portland Trailblazers at 10PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel. Sacramento is favored by -2 with the over under line of 227 points. Sacramento has won both games of this home stand with a 10 point win to Detroit and by seven to Charlotte. Kings are relatively healthy with no players on the injury report. Kings sit 22-21 overall and 13-10 on the home court. Portland is 8-11 on the road. They traveled to Denver winning four of their five on the concluded home stand. Trailblazers dropped a 116-113 decision on Sunday at Denver. Nuggets were on a back to back in this spot. It was a poor defensive effort by the Trailblazers by allowing 55.6% shooting with 9 of 22 from three point range. Damian Lillard for Portland had 26 points and seven assists in the loss.

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