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

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With the college football bowl season over the NBA returns to ESPN TV with two outstanding games scheduled over national television on Wednesday January 6th to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the Miami Heat will play host to the New York Knicks. These two teams have already met twice this season with Miami winning both meetings one at home and one on the road. The Heat won each game by margin with the home victory coming 95-78 and it was 97-79 on the road. The Heat sit 21-13 and atop the Southeast division after a 103-100 home victory to the Indiana Pacers on Monday night. Miami has won three straight. The team has defended very well on the year as they sit second in the NBA in scoring and field goal defense. They limit their opponents to 94.6 points per game along with 42.5% shooting from the field. Chris Bosh leads the club in scoring with 18.9 points per game average. Goran Dragic acquired last year has fit in nicely with the club and he is dishing 5.2 assists per game. Hassan Whiteside was a surprise contributor for the Heat a season ago and the big man is pulling down 11.3 rebounds per game.

New York will be on a back to back in this spot as they traveled to Miami on Tuesday. Through Monday the Knicks sit at 16-19 beating Atlanta on Sunday 111-97. They had lost five of their past six games as they faced the Hawks on Sunday.

The late night game gets going at 9:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV as the Oklahoma City Thunder will host the Memphis Grizzlies. Memphis is 19-17 after they went into Portland on Monday and blew out the Trailblazers 91-78. They have now won three of their past four games. The Grizzlies struggles have come shooting the basketball as they hit 43.3% from the field and 31.5% from three which is near the bottom of the league.

Oklahoma City had a four game losing streak snapped in a 116-104 home defeat to Sacramento on Monday night. OKC sits at 24-11 and is the number two scoring team in the NBA by averaging 108.5 points per game.

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