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

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Wednesday night NBA on ESPN for January 28th will feature two outstanding matchups scheduled that will greatly satisfy the appetites for sports bettors worldwide to build up those bankrolls for the upcoming Super Bowl on Sunday. The action gets going at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Game 1 of the doubleheader will feature the surprise of the NBA the Atlanta Hawks playing host to the underperforming Brooklyn Nets. Things get started from Atlanta at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV. After blowing out Minnesota on Sunday the Atlanta Hawks will carry a 16 game winning streak into this contest. The Hawks are the number one scoring defense in the NBA by giving up 96 points per game. The team has shown the ability to win on back to back nights. Also in horrible sports playing their fourth game in five nights and playing their first home game after a long road trip. Their roster is compiled of good NBA players who are in their prime of their career. Guard Kyle Korver is having an outstanding year hitting 51% from the field, 53% from the three point line and 92% from the free throw line. Brooklyn had their Monday home game against Sacramento rescheduled due to bad weather. They last played on Saturday losing 108-73 at Utah to conclude a three game west coast road trip. Two nights prior they were beaten at the LA Clippers 123-84.

The late night game will tip at 10:30PM Eastern Time over on ESPN as the Phoenix Suns will be at home facing the Washington Wizards. The Phoenix Suns are holding onto the eighth seed in the Western conference by 1 ½ games over the New Orleans Pelicans and by 2 ½ games on the Oklahoma City Thunder. The team has two good guards in Eric Bledsoe and Goran Dragic but lack good size to defend the goal. They are on a two game losing streak after losses to Houston and the LA Clippers. Washington will close out a four game west coast trip. They are at the LA Lakers on Wednesday. It’s a bad spot for Washington on a back to back and playing their fourth game in five nights facing travel to each destination.

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