NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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The NBA action for Wednesday March 13 features six games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will broadcast a doubleheader.

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The action begins at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Oklahoma City Thunder will host the Brooklyn Nets. Brooklyn has 13 games remaining on their schedule and holds a four game lead in the loss column on the ninth seeded Charlotte Hornets to make the playoffs in the Eastern conference. Oklahoma City holds the fourth seed but is in a battle with Portland for home court in the first round of the NBA playoffs in the west. Brooklyn has a four game win streak after their 103-75 home win to the Detroit Pistons. Nets did get a break as the Pistons were on a back to back on Monday. Nets are dealing with injury concerns as DeMarre Carroll is listed as questionable with a knee injury as he left the game in the win against Detroit. OKC has Paul George back. Team returns home off a 98-89 road win at Utah to go 2-2 on the trip. Thunder defense was good in the win at Portland and Utah.

The late night game begins at 9:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Houston Rockets have a home date with the Golden St Warriors. Golden St sits in the top seed in the Western conference just 1 ½ games up on the second seeded Denver Nuggets. Rockets occupies the third seed in the west sitting 3 ½ games back of Golden St. Houston Rockets have had success against the Warriors this season with three wins on the season. Golden St lost two of three on their home stand. It had an ugly ending as the Warriors dropped a four point home decision to the Phoenix Suns. Houston Rockets have won nine straight. They were in a tough spot on Monday playing a back to back and third game in four nights battling the Charlotte Hornets at home. Rockets got past Charlotte 118-106 behind a strong night on the glass pulling down 16 more rebounds than the Hornets. Rockets have their big four healthy and on the court in Paul, Harden Capela and Gordon.

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