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

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The NBA has an exciting doubleheader scheduled over on ESPN TV on Wednesday February 4th that will greatly satisfy the interests of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action gets going at 8PM Eastern Time.

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In the opening game it will be a battle between playoff contenders as the Houston Rockets will play host to the Chicago Bulls. The Rockets and Bulls get things started from Houston at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN. Dwight Howard will be sidelined for at least two weeks and it could be a month as he is nursing two injuries. Howard is dealing with a knee problem and a sprained ankle. The Rockets dropped a 13 point road decision to Detroit on Saturday which broke a four game win streak for the team. Despite all the offensive weapons on the Houston roster they rank 21 out of 30 NBA teams in shooting percentage hitting on 44% from the field. The Chicago Bulls are 30-19 and have been on a roller coaster ride with ups and low downs. They are off to a 1-2 start to their road trip. After a two point win in overtime at Golden St the Bulls have dropped games at the LA Lakers and Phoenix Suns. Pau Gasol has been named to the All Star Game as he is averaging 48% shooting, 12 boards and 18 points per game.

The late night game on ESPN TV gets started at 10:30PM Eastern Time as the Golden St Warriors will be hosting the Dallas Mavericks. Injury concerns for the Mavericks as their acquired point guard Rajon Rondo will likely miss the game due to the facial fractures suffered in his previous game. The Mavericks head to the Bay Area on a three game win streak following their four game losing streak. The Warriors will be on a back to back on Wednesday night as they traveled to Sacramento on Tuesday. The Warriors suffered through a two game losing streak with a loss home to Chicago and on Friday they go into Utah and lose by ten. They bounced back on Saturday night with a 19 point home win to Phoenix.

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