NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The NBA has scheduled four games over national television on Tuesday January 19th to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The lone game scheduled over national television will begin at 8PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the New Orleans Pelicans will host the Minnesota Timberwolves New Orleans will be playing on a back to back after traveling to Memphis on Monday. They enter play with a two game win streak after a home victory to Charlotte on Friday. Minnesota had a promising start but has struggled of late big time. They broke a nine game losing streak by defeating Phoenix on Sunday 117-87.

At 7:35PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel the Miami Heat will host the Milwaukee Bucks. Last year Milwaukee and Miami faced off four times with the Bucks winning all four games. The Bucks will carry a two game win streak into this one after beating Atlanta at home and earning a 13 point road victory at Charlotte on Saturday. Miami returns to the court after a six game west coast road trip that ended Sunday at Oklahoma City. The Heat went 2-4 on the trip and return home after dropping a 99-74 road decision at Oklahoma City on Sunday.

The Phoenix Suns are at home to face the Indiana Pacers at 9PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel. The Suns have hit hard times. They are 13-29 and have lost Eric Bledsoe for the season with knee surgery. They have lost nine of their past ten games after a 30 point road defeat at Minnesota. Indiana has lost three straight after a three point road defeat at Denver on Sunday. They have allowed an average of 116 points per game in those losses.

The late night game goes off at 9PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the Denver Nuggets will play host to the Oklahoma City Thunder. They Thunder has won four straight after a 25 point home victory to Miami on Sunday. Denver is playing well winners of three of their past four games after defeating Indiana on Sunday. They have wins against Golden St and Charlotte at home during that span.

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