NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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It is a huge card from the NBA on Wednesday November 22nd as there are 14 games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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On ESPN TV at 8PM Eastern Time the Oklahoma City Thunder will be home to the Golden St Warriors. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Golden St Warriors favored by -6 points with the total set at 224 points. It has been a struggle for the Oklahoma City Thunder as they try and get their Big 3 on the same page. Russell Westbrook, Carmelo Anthony and Paul George in the first 16 games with the Thunder the team has posted a 7-9 record. Their biggest issues have been on the road where they sit at 2-7 straight up. OKC returns home off an 0-2 road trip where they compiled losses at the Spurs and New Orleans Pelicans. After suffering a three point loss at San Antonio the Thunder had two days of rest before taking the court to face the Pelicans and they give up over 50% shooting in the 114-107 defeat. Golden St is 2-1 on this road trip. After dropping a 92-88 decision at Boston the Warriors defeated the 76ers and Nets. Golden St is the top shooting team in the NBA as they connect 51.4% from the floor with 40.2% from three point range.

The late night game on ESPN TV tips at 10:30PM Eastern Time from Sacramento as the Kings will meet the LA Lakers. LA Lakers are favored on the road by -1 with the total set at 209 points. The Lakers are on a back to back as they outscored the Chicago Bulls 61-38 in the second half of their 103-94 victory as a 6 point favorite. LA moved to 8-10 with the victory. They broke a two game home losing streak dropping games to the Suns and 76ers. Sacramento is 4-13 after their 114-98 defeat at home to the Denver Nuggets. Kings have lost two straight and five of their past six games. They have failed to score 100 points in six straight games.

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