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

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The NBA on ESPN features two outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Chicago Bulls will host the Golden St Warriors. The Warriors suffered a bad loss on Saturday as they dropped an 18 point victory at Detroit. The team traveled to Cleveland on Monday as was able to bounce back with a commanding 132-98 road victory. The Warriors was able to build on a 70-44 first half lead to 104-67 lead after three quarters. In the victory Golden St was able to shoot 54% and made 19 of 40 three pointers. Stephen Curry had 35 points in the win. The win moved the Warriors to 38-4 overall. They are the number one three point shooting team in the league by making 42.5% from beyond the arc. The Warriors are a very good defensive team by sitting third in the NBA in field goal defense and are number two in defending the three point shot. Stephen Curry has not missed a step since earning his first championship ring in last year’s playoffs. Curry is averaging 30 points per game and is making 51% of his shots from the floor. Draymond Green has been banged up but was in the lineup in the win against the Cavaliers. The talented forward leads the Warriors with 7 ½ assists and 9 ½ rebounds per game. Chicago wanted to speed up their tempo from recent seasons. They still defend well by allowing 42.3% shooting from the floor good for best in the NBA. On offense the Bulls struggle hitting 43.6% from the field which is 23rd in the league.

The late night games begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the Portland Trailblazers will host the Atlanta Hawks. Atlanta and Portland met back on December 21st with the Hawks winning at home 106-97 but failing to cover the spread as a -10 ½ point favorite. Atlanta begins a west coast road trips after back to back home victories against the Nets and Magic. Portland has some momentum entering play with wins in four of their past five games.

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