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

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With the college football mid-week bowls in the rear view mirror the NBA on ESPN TV returns on Wednesday January 7th with two outstanding matchups over national television to greatly satisfy the appetites of pro basketball bettors worldwide. It all gets started at 7PM Eastern Time.

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Game 1 of the doubleheader will feature the Cleveland Cavaliers playing host to the Houston Rockets at 7PM Eastern Time over on ESPN. The Cavaliers are 19-16 and sat out Kyrie Irving and LeBron James on Monday night where the team fell 95-92 at Philadelphia. The Cavaliers have been struggling for scoring as the team has scored 92 point or less in four straight games. LeBron James is experiencing sore knees and has missed the past five games. James is expected to return in mid-month. Irving had a back problem and is listed as questionable for Wednesday’s game. The team has struggled defending this year as the club is allowing 47% from the field ranking 27th in the league. Houston is 23-11 and has lost their past three road games after they lose 114-105 to Chicago on Monday night. Surprisingly with all the offensive talent on the Rockets the team ranks in the bottom third of the NBA in field goal shooting as the club connects on just 43% from the floor. James Harden leads the club with 27 points and 6 ½ assists per game on the year.

The late night game tips off at 9:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the Minnesota Timberwolves will welcome into town the Phoenix Suns. The Suns will be entering this game on a back to back after they played at Milwaukee the night before. Heading into Wednesday the team is 20-16 and has won eight of their past ten games. Phoenix has gotten hot again because their two impact guards in Eric Bledsoe and Goran Dragic are both healthy again. The Suns are the fourth scoring offense in the league by averaging 107 points per game. Minnesota is going through yet another miserable season as the club is 5-28 and will enter play with a 12 game losing streak.

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