NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match ups Sunday January 26, 2020

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The NBA action for Sunday January 26th features eight games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. NBA TV will televise a doubleheader.

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It all gets underway on NBA TV at 3:30PM Eastern Time as the Denver Nuggets are home to the Houston Rockets. Houston enters play with a record of 28-16 and are 13-9 straight up on the road. Rockets have won two straight after their 131-124 road win on Friday to the Minnesota Timberwolves. It was a strong shooting performance for the Rockets who converted on 54% but were fortunate to win as they pulled down 18 fewer rebounds than the Timberwolves. James Harden has been listed as questionable with a hip injury. Denver is 31-14 on the season with a home mark of 17-6. They faced the Rockets on the road Wednesday and dropped a 121-105 decision. They bounced back with the 113-106 road win at New Orleans Pelicans on Friday. Nuggets were strong on the glass with 11 more rebounds than New Orleans. They survived a 38% shooting night.  Denver was aided as the Pelicans turned it over 17 times and missed 12 of 30 free throws.  Nuggets will be without three rotational players with Plumlee, Millsap and Murray all out with injuries.

The late night game gets underway at 9PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Portland Trailblazers host the Indiana Pacers. Indiana checks in with a record of 30-16 and 13-11 straight up on the road. Pacers have won seven of eight after a 129-118 road win on Friday to Golden St. It was a strong shooting night for Indiana has they connected on 47% from the floor and 17 of 28 from three. Listed out for Indiana is Malcolm Brogdon. Portland is a disappointing 19-27 this season with a home record of 10-11. Trailblazers have been hit hard with injuries with Jusuf Nurkic, Rodney Hood and Zach Collins all out. Guard CJ McCollum is expected to play on Sunday after sitting out Thursday with an ankle injury. Portland has lost three of four after their 133-125 home defeat to Dallas on Thursday. Trailblazers surrendered 52% shooting and 22 of 47 from three to the Mavericks in the loss.

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