NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Sunday January 19, 2020

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The NBA card for Sunday January 19th features two games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all begins at 3PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the San Antonio Spurs host the Miami Heat. Miami will travel to Indiana with a record of 29-12 and an 11-11 road mark. Miami ran their win streak to two games after their 115-108 road win at Oklahoma City on Friday night. It was a strong rebounding advantage for the Heat in the win as they pulled down ten more boards than the Thunder. Team got off to a great start taking a 40-26 lead after one quarter. Heat shot 49% from the field with 14 of 36 going in from the three point line. Seven Heat players scored in double digits. Spurs check in at 17-23 on the season with a 11-10 record at home. Spurs have lost two straight after a bad 121-120 home defeat to Atlanta Hawks on Friday. Spurs allowed a down Atlanta team to covert on 50% from the floor in defeat. It was the Spurs first home game after their four game road trip where they did pick up wins at Toronto and Boston.

At 8PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel the Denver Nuggets have a home date with the Indiana Pacers. Denver has an overall mark of 29-12 and they are 17-5 at home. Nuggets ran their win streak to three straight after their 134-131 overall road win on Thursday at the Golden St Warriors. Denver shot 47% in the win and pulled down 12 more boards than the Warriors. Nuggets overcame a poor start as the team got behind 62-45 at the half. Denver will be without Jamal Murray as he deals with an ankle injury. Both Harris and Paul Millsap are questionable. Pacers sit at 27-15 this season and 10-10 on the highway. Indiana will carry a four game win streak into this matchup. They come off the 116-114 home win to Minnesota on Friday. Pacers had a great shooting night in the win converting on 56% from the floor. TJ Warren had a big game finishing with 28 points on 11 of 18 shooting.

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