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

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The 2014-2015 NBA Pro Basketball regular season has tipped off this week and scheduled over national television for Wednesday October 29th are two outstanding matchups that will greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets started on the hardwood at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Derrick Fisher will make his head coaching debut on Wednesday as his New York Knicks will be hosting the new look Chicago Bulls. The Knicks and Bulls will get things started from Madison Square Garden in New York at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN has the coast to coast broadcast. The big question from the outset for the New York Knicks is how they will adjust to the triangle offense which will be implemented by Derrick Fisher who is taking his orders from General Manager Phil Jackson. One would expect to see Jackson visible at Knicks practices to offer his tutelage to his new head coach and players who are trying to adapt to this offense. The big key to all this working is Carmelo Anthony. The Knicks scorer will have to distribute the basketball more to players as the triangle utilizes teamwork and not one on one play. One of the new pieces for New York is they added point guard Jose Calderon who has the ball handling skills to aid Anthony. The issue is Calderon likes to penetrate which means Anthony will have to get open for clean looks at the hole. If Calderon can break down defenses it will work. Derrick Rose seems fit and ready after a good World Cup and preseason. Rose welcomes Pau Gasol to the team and will be part of the Bulls Big 3 along with Joakim Noah.

The late night game out west will have the Portland Trailblazers playing host to the Oklahoma City Thunder. They tip off from Portland at 10:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. There was bad news this preseason for the Thunder as they lose Kevin Durant for possibly two months with a broken foot. The Trailblazers rise to the playoffs last year came with offseason additions that provided much needed depth to the team beyond their starting five.

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