NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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The NBA action for Saturday January 19th features ten games over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide. Two games will air over national television on ABC TV.

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The action on ABC TV begins at 3:30PM Eastern Time as the Philadelphia 76ers will be home to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Philadelphia 76ers favored by -2 points with the over under line of 235 points. The 76ers enter play on a three game win streak as they traveled to Indiana and earned the 120-96 victory. That came after their 149-107 home win to Minnesota. But Joel Embiid is experiencing back spasms and is listed as questionable for this game. In their win against the Pacers the 76ers had a good shooting game converting on 52.9% with 18 of 34 from three. Jimmy Butler led the 76ers with 27 points and eight assists. Oklahoma City heads to Philadelphia on a two game losing streak and five losses in their past six games. OKC tries to bounce back after a 138-128 overtime home loss to the LA Lakers. Thunder defense has been poor during this team struggle.

At 8:30PM Eastern Time on ABC TV the Houston Rockets are home to the LA Lakers. Houston is favored by -7 with the total set at 226 ½ points. LA Lakers have struggled without LeBron James in the lineup. They have had some horrible losses losing to the NBA worst teams in the Cavaliers and Knicks. LA is on a two game win streak as they enter play on an overtime win at Oklahoma City on Thursday. Lakers are 10-12 on the road this season. Houston has traded wins with losses in their past eight games. Team comes off the 145-142 home overtime defeat to Brooklyn on Wednesday. Rockets defense has been poor of late as they allowed 51.9% in defeat. James Harden has been carrying the Rockets. Houston is dealing with cluster injuries with Chris Paul, Eric Gordon and Capela out. Rockets offense is posting 122 points per game over their past five games.

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