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

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The NBA on ESPN TV returns on Wednesday night and scheduled for January 22nd are two outstanding matchups that will satisfy the appetite of the betting public. The action will get underway Wednesday at 8PM Eastern Time.

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The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time as two Western conference heavyweights will battle when the Oklahoma City Thunder travels to face the San Antonio Spurs. This game will air coast to coast on ESPN TV. This is a tough spot for the Oklahoma City Thunder as they will travel on a back to back after a game at home to Portland on Tuesday night. Oklahoma City will be without point guard Russell Westbrook as he will miss action until the middle of February as he recovers from knee surgery. Oklahoma City suffered defensively early when they adjusted without Westbrook in the lineup. Heading into Tuesday’s game with Portland the Thunder has held four of their past five opponents to 93 points or fewer. San Antonio will have the benefit of rest as they host OKC. The Spurs last took the court on Sunday in a 110-82 home victory to the Milwaukee Bucks. San Antonio is 2-1 on the current home stand with a nine point loss to Portland. San Antonio is an outstanding offense team this season. They rank 2nd best in the NBA in field goal shooting hitting on 49.3% from the field. The Spurs are the best three point shooting team in the NBA as they connect on 40.3% from beyond the arc.

The late night game scheduled will feature the Indiana Pacers continuing their long west coast road trip to face the Phoenix Suns. The Pacers and Suns will get started from Phoenix at 10:30PM Eastern Time with ESPN providing the broadcast. The Indiana Pacers are a very determined team this regular season. They are trying hard to finish as the top seed in the Eastern conference after a bitter seven game defeat on the road in game seven at Miami in the playoffs last year. Phoenix is trying to adjust with the loss of point guard Eric Bledsoe who is out following knee surgery. There is no return date for Bledsoe yet.

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