NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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It will be ten games from the NBA schedule on Wednesday January 17th to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will provide a doubleheader over national television.

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It all gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Oklahoma City Thunder will host LA Lakers. Heath is an issue for the LA Lakers entering play. Point guard Lonzo Ball missed his last game with a sprained knee. He is listed as doubtful for the game against the Thunder. Without Ball in the lineup the Lakers dropped a 123-114 road decision at the Memphis Grizzlies to break a four game win streak. With Ball back in the lineup the Lakers won four of five games losing only his first game back into the lineup. Ball gives the Lakers a steady ball handler who works the offense well with the team. Without Ball in the lineup with an injury earlier in the month the Lakers struggled on the court. Possibly returning to the lineup will be Brandon Ingram who missed the loss at Memphis with an ankle injury. The second year player has shown improvement this year for the Lakers with a 16 point per game average and 5.5 rebounds. Oklahoma City has been a streaky team. After a three game losing streak the Thunder has won two straight with a ten point road win at Charlotte and by seven at home to Sacramento. OKC has held their past two opponents to 91 or fewer points.

The late night game begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the LA Clippers are home to the Denver Nuggets. Denver has struggled on the road with a record of 7-16 overall. They have dropped four straight away from home. Denver is on a back to back after their 105-102 home victory to Dallas. Nuggets had to hold on for the victory as they held a 17 point lead after three quarters. LA has won five straight after their 113-102 home victory to the Houston Rockets as a +4.5 underdog. Clippers has seen an upswing offensively scoring 113 or greater points in four straight. Lou Williams has been a huge part of this upswing for LA scoring 30 or greater points in four of his past five games.

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