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

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The NBA returns on the air over ESPN on Wednesday December 17th as a doubleheader is scheduled to greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets going at 8PM Eastern Time.

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The surprising Toronto Raptors will be featured in Game 1 of the TV card as they will be hosting the Brooklyn Nets at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN. Miami returns back on the road after a brief one game stand where the Heat was defeated soundly by the Chicago Bulls by 18 points. It was the Heat’s first home game after a five game road trip that concluded with three games out west. Miami has lost six of their past eight games. They are dealing with injury concerns from their aging roster. Chris Bosh is dealing with a calf strain and the team has no return date back into the lineup. Dwyane Wade had some flu symptoms that make him questionable for Wednesday’s game. Miami had difficulty on the defensive end of the court last season. The problem lingers in 2014-15 as the team allows nearly 48% shooting ranking 27th and fourth worst in the league. Brooklyn will host Miami with a record of 10-12. They will be carrying a two game win streak as they blowout out both Philadelphia and Charlotte. Rumors have been circulating about Nets management looking to unload some of their veteran aging stars. Media reports have Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez and Deron Williams being shopped around the league.

The late night game gets going at 10:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN as the Denver Nuggets will be hosting the Houston Rockets. Denver will host the Rockets with a record of 10-14. It has been a struggle for the team after a good start to the season. Denver has dropped two straight and six of their past seven games. The Nuggets are 24th in the league in shooting as they hit just 43% from the floor. Houston has a record of 18-5 and has won two straight and six of seven games. The good news for Houston is that Dwight Howard returned to the lineup on Saturday after missing 11 games due to injury.

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