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

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The NBA on ESPN for Friday January 16th has a couple of exiting matchups that will greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action on the hardwood gets going at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Stephen Curry and his red hot Golden St Warriors are hitting the road to battle Kevin Durant and his Oklahoma City Thunder. The Warriors and Thunder will get things started from Oklahoma City at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN has the coast to coast broadcast. This will be a tough spot for Oklahoma City as they are on a back to back after playing at Houston on Thursday. The Warriors last played on Wednesday night as they hosted the Miami Heat. It has been a struggle for the Thunder as they sit one game under .500 heading into Thursday night. The defense has held up for OKC but the issue has been on the offensive side. The club hits on 43.8% from the field and 32% from the three point line which ranks in the bottom third of the league. Golden St is off to a hot start with a mark of 30-5 as they hosted Miami on Wednesday night. The team has got it done on both ends of the court. The Warriors are number one in both offensive and defensive field goal percentage as they shoot 48% from the field and allow 42% shooting to their opponents.

The late night game out west will feature LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers still out on the west coast as they battle Blake Griffin and the LA Clippers at 10:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. Cleveland has been playing very poorly. As they faced the LA Lakers on Thursday the team is 19-20 and will carry a six game losing streak. They rank in the lower half of the league in the major offensive and defensive categories in the league. Cleveland allows 47% shooting ranking 29th and second to last in the NBA. The Clippers have a day of rest after playing at Portland on Wednesday. The team is disgusted with the results of a recent nine game home stand where the club went 6-3.

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