NBA Pro Basketball TV Games Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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There are two games over national television from NBA pro basketball on Friday January 24 that will satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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The first game of the doubleheader will get underway with the LA Clippers continuing their Grammy road swing as the pay a visit to the Windy City to face the Chicago Bulls. The Clippers and Bulls will get underway from Chicago at 8PM Eastern Time with ESPN TV providing the coast to coast broadcast. This will be game number five of their long seven game road trip for the LA Clippers. Prior to Wednesday’s action the Clippers are 2-1 on the trip. They continue on without the services of Chris Paul who will be sidelined about a month with a separated shoulder. We have seen an upsurge offensively of late by the Clippers as sharp shooter J.J. Redick has returned to the LA lineup after an injury. Redick hits 36.6% from the free point line and is fourth in scoring as he averages over 16 points per game. After moving out Luol Deng the feeling in Chicago is the team is looking toward to future to rebuild around Derrick Rose. The Bulls point guard will likely miss the rest of the season with his knee injury. Like last year when Derrick Rose missed the season for Chicago the Bulls are playing well defensively but struggling on the offensive end. The team is 29th and second to last in the league in scoring offense and field goal shooting.

The late night game will feature two Western conference clubs as the Minnesota Timberwolves hit the west coast to face the Golden St Warriors. The Timberwolves and Warriors tip it off from Golden St with a 10-30PM Eastern Time start and NBA TV will provide the telecast. Minnesota carries a two game win streak into this game after a home and home series sweep against Utah. The Timberwolves are the worst defensive team in the NBA by allowing 47.1% shooting. The Warriors are in a bit of a funk losers of three of their past four games. In the losses Golden St has given up an average of 109 points per game.

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