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

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With just one week remaining in the regular season the play has intensified on the court and scheduled for Wednesday April 9th and two NBA pro basketball games over national television that will satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action on the court begins at 8PM Eastern Time.

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They get this doubleheader started with two playoff contenders as the Miami Heat will travel to face the Memphis Grizzlies. The Heat and Grizzlies will get things underway from Memphis at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the coast to coast broadcast. The Memphis Grizzlies are a very good defensive team that can guard the bucket. These two teams have played some intensive games in recent years. LeBron James will be heavily contested when the drives the lane against this Grizzlies team when Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol defends the goal. Miami will have to hit outside shots in this spot. Memphis is focused here because they are in a fight with the Dallas Mavericks and Phoenix Suns for the final two seeds in the Western conference playoff race. Miami has taken a lead in the Eastern conference over the slumping Indiana Pacers. The reason for this is that the Heat has begun defending teams very well of late and keeping their opponents to low point totals.

The late night game out west will feature two Western conference title contenders as the Oklahoma City Thunder will hit the road to face the LA Clippers. The two teams begin from Staples Center at 10:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the national broadcast.

The Oklahoma City Thunder holds a two game lead in the loss column over the Clippers for the two seed heading into Monday’s action. The Clips are running out of time to try and catch OKC for home court in the second round should these two teams meet in the Western conference semifinal round. The question now for the Clippers head coach is how hard Doc Rivers push the Clippers to try and pass the Thunder since Chris Paul and Blake Griffin have a history of nagging injuries come playoff time.

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