NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The NBA will air over ESPN on Tuesday December 16th as there are two outstanding matchups scheduled over national television that will greatly satisfy the interest of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action gets going at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Two Western conference heavyweights’ gets the TV card started as the Memphis Grizzlies will welcome into town the team with the best record in the NBA in Stephen Curry and the Golden St Warriors. Things get started from Memphis at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN has the coast to coast broadcast. The winning streak has reached 16 games as the Warriors were able to defeat the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday night by a 128-122 score in overtime. It was not a good spot for the Warriors as they were playing a back to back game after a road win on Saturday to Dallas. The team is 21-2 with their only losses coming against San Antonio and Phoenix. They rank number one in the league in two important areas. Golden St is shooting 48% from the field good for best in the NBA and on defense the Warriors are giving up 41% shooting which is best in the league. Stephen Curry leads the team in scoring as he averages just under 24 points a game as he is making nearly 49% from the field. Memphis enters Tuesday’s showdown with a mark of 19-4. The will carry a four game win streak since suffering losses to Houston and San Antonio. Center Marc Gasol leads the Grizzlies in scoring at 19 points per game.

The late game out west will feature the Sacramento Kings playing host to Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder which gets going at 10:30PM Eastern Time airing on ESPN TV. Oklahoma City has gotten back their two stars from injury in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. The team will be riding a six game win streak after a 24 point home blowout victory against Phoenix on Sunday night. Sacramento has gone through a slump as center DeMarcus Cousins has been sidelined with a viral infection. They have lost three straight and eight of their past ten games. Media reports late Sunday reported than the Kings fired head coach Michael Malone.

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