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

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With the NFL season winding down it will be the NBA taking center stage on many nights. Scheduled for Wednesday January 21st will be two outstanding games over national television to satisfy the interest of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the hardwood gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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In Game 1 of the doubleheader it will be the Oklahoma City Thunder hosting the upstart Washington Wizards. The Thunder and Wizards will get things started from Washington at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The Thunder will be on a back to back in this spot as they traveled to Miami on Tuesday night. OKC looked the best they have looked all season on Sunday night as they blew out Orlando by a 127-99 score. That came on the heels of the Thunder’s 127-115 home win to Golden St on Friday night. Oklahoma City has struggled on the offensive end of the court as the club is ranking in the lower third of the NBA in field goal, free throw and three point shooting. Durant has played 17 of the Thunder’s 40 games this season and is averaging 55% shooting with 44.7% coming from the three point line. Washington enters this contest with a day of rest after beating Philadelphia on Monday by a 111-76 score. The Wizards have won two straight and four of five games. They are the number two field goal shooting team and the best three point shooting team in the NBA.

The west coast late night game will get going at 10:30PM Eastern Time over on ESPN as the Golden St Warriors will be home to the Houston Rockets. This is a rematch of their meeting on Saturday that saw Golden St earn a 131-106 road win as a +2 point underdog. The Warriors win despite being in a horrible spot as they were on back to back, their third game in four nights and having to travel to each game. The Warriors at 33-6 have the best record in the NBA. They are number one in both field goal offense and defense. Following their loss to the Warriors on Saturday the Rockets beat Indiana 110-98 on Monday night.

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