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

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The NBA on ESPN TV on Friday January 17th will deliver two outstanding matchups that will satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors everywhere. The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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The LA Clippers will kick off a road trip as they face the New York Knicks. The Clippers and Knicks will get things underway from Madison Square Garden in New York at 7PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast. The Clippers hit the road where they are only 9-10 on the season. The team is playing without Chris Paul as he is sidelined with a shoulder injury. He is due back in the lineup in a month for the Clippers. The Clippers in their quest to create spacing on the offensive end of the court is looking to sign shooter Hedu Turkoglu. The veteran also gives the team a pretty good defender out in the perimeter with his long wingspan. It appears Doc Rivers prefers to work with veteran players then with rookies. This year LA is shooting well but there are 27th from the three point line so streak shooer Turkoglu could help. New York has improved play of late as the team sits just ½ game behind the Bobcats for the eighth seed in the Eastern conference entering Wednesday’s action. The Knicks since the turn of the calendar year has a stronger commitment on the defensive end of the court.

The doubleheader game will be a Western Conference showdown as the Golden St Warriors will travel to face an injury riddled Oklahoma City Thunder. The Warriors and Thunder get things going from OKC at 9:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV provide the coast to coast TV broadcast. Oklahoma City is trying to navigate through a difficult Western conference schedule without the services of Russell Westbrook. He continues to be sidelined after knee surgery and is expected back on late February. Entering Thursday’s game with the Rockets the Thunder has dropped six of their past nine games. Golden St will have the benefit of rest having played one game since a January 10th win at home to Boston. OKC is on a back to back.

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