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

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This will be the last huge card from the NBA as they head into their week long All Star break. On tap for Wednesday February 11th are several outstanding matchups over national television that will greatly satisfy the interests of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the hardwood gets started at 8PM Eastern Time.

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LeBron James will meet his former teammates as the Cleveland Cavaliers will welcome into town the Miami Heat. The Heat and Cavaliers get things started from Cleveland at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The Cavaliers have been playing much better of late as they are winners of 13 of their past 14 games. The defense has shown great improvement during this run as the Cavs have allowed under 100 points in 10 of their past 12 games. Kevin Love is still trying to find his offensive groove as he is shooting just 42% from the field and averaging 17 points per game. The Cavaliers new arrivals in J.R. Smith and Timofey Mozgov are combing to score 23 points per game. Miami is 22-29 on the campaign and is holding the eighth seed in the Eastern conference holding a one game lead over Brooklyn for the final playoff spot. The Heat have defended poorly as the club ranks in the bottom third of the league in both defensive field goal and three point shooting defense.

The late night game out west will begin at 10:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN between two playoff contenders from the Western conference who are battling injury concerns as the LA Clippers will host the Houston Rockets. The LA Clippers will be without Blake Griffin for possibly up to a month with an elbow injury. They just concluded an eight game road trip with a 3-5 record. After a bad four game losing streak the Clippers closed out the long trip with a 17 point blowout victory at Dallas on Monday night. Houston will be without center Dwight Howard for a month as he recovers from a knee procedure. The Rockets will be on a back to back on Wednesday after playing at Phoenix on Tuesday night.

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