NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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With the college football season winding down the attention during the week now will turn to NBA pro basketball and on Tuesday January 6th there are two games scheduled that will satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide.

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On national television will be the Milwaukee Bucks hosting the Phoenix Suns. Things get started from Milwaukee at 8PM Eastern Time and NBA TV has the coast to coast broadcast. Phoenix enters play with a record of 20-16 after they blew out the Toronto Raptors on Sunday by a 125-109 score. They suffered through some injuries to Goran Dragic and Eric Bledsoe but both guards are healthy now and the team has responded with two straight wins and eight victories over their past ten games. They are the number four scoring offense in the NBA as they team pushes across 107 points per game on the season. Point guard Eric Bledsoe leads the team in scoring and assists and he averages over 16 points per game and six assists. Milwaukee was hit with a bad injury as their top draft pick Jabari Parker has been lost for the season with a knee injury. The team has won three of their past four games with the three wins coming on the road to the Knicks, Hornets and Cavaliers.

The San Antonio Spurs came off a losing record in December and will look for a better January as they will host the upstart Detroit Pistons. The Spurs and Pistons get underway from San Antonio at 8:30PM Eastern Time and NBA League Pass Channel have the coast to coast broadcast. San Antonio was 10-12 in December and is 21-14 on the year. They have won two straight with home wins to New Orleans and Washington. They have been without Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard who are battling injuries. Detroit recently released Josh Smith and ate his huge contract. Smith was not meshing with his teammates and hogging the basketball. Minus Smith the Pistons are sharing the basketball and it is an unselfish team. The Pistons hosted the Sacramento Kings on Sunday and came away with a 19 point victory as the club extended their winning streak to five games.

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