NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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Following Holiday Basketball a pair of games is scheduled from the NBA on Tuesday January 20th that will greatly satisfy the interests of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets started on the hardwood at 7:30PM Eastern Time.

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At 7:30PM Eastern Time over national television on NBA TV it will be the Miami Heat playing host to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Oklahoma City is 20-20 on the year. They had injury issues to open the year with both Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant missing significant time. As they returned to the lineup the team worked their way to the .500 mark but suffered some difficulty on the road with four straight losses. That road losing streak came to an end on Sunday as they routed the Orlando Magic by 28 points as a nine point favorite. This came on the heels of a Thunder home victory to Golden St by 12 points. The OKC offense has come to life over the past two games. They had struggled ranking in the lower third of the league in both field goal and three point shooting. The Thunder hits 44% from the floor and 32% from the three point line. The rumors have been swirling around the team that a trade is in the works to acquire center Brook Lopez from Brooklyn. Miami sits in the seventh seed in the Eastern conference with a record of 18-22. They closed out their west coast trip with a 3-2 record with a notable win at the LA Clippers. Defense has been an issue for Miami as they rank in the bottom third of the league in both field goal and three point defense.

The Denver Nuggets will be hosting the San Antonio Spurs scheduled at 9PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel. San Antonio is getting healthy again. Kawhi Leonard has returned to the lineup as his hand has healed and the club has won two straight to move to 26-16 which ranks the club in the seventh seed in the Western conference. Denver is 18-22 and has been a streaky team. After a five game win streak the club has dropped two straight. They shoot just 43% from the floor and 32% from three ranking in the lower third of the NBA.

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