NBA TV Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA lineup for Sunday January 11th will feature five games scheduled to greatly satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide with one over national television. The action gets going from the NBA hardwood at 3PM Eastern Time.

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Two Eastern Conference heavyweights go at it at 3PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel as the Atlanta Hawks will host the Washington Wizards. The Hawks are a hot team moving their record to 28-8 after a three point win at an improving Detroit Pistons team on Friday night. The Hawks holds a three game lead in the loss column over Toronto and Washington for best record in the Eastern conference.

Staples Center in LA will be the venue as the Clippers will host the Miami Heat at 3:30PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass channel. The Clippers are 24-12 and have been a disappointment as they sit in the sixth seed in the Western conference. The team is 20th in defensive field goal percentage by allowing 45 ½% shooting per game.

Two Western conference teams lock horns at 6PM Eastern Time over NBA League Pass channel as the Memphis Grizzlies will host the Phoenix Suns. With Goran Dragic and Eric Bledsoe healthy the Suns have won four of five games. Memphis has missed Zach Randolph from their lineup in the past few games with a bum knee.

Nationally televised on NBA TV at 9PM Eastern Time the Sacramento Kings will host the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs enter play losers of four straight and seven of eight after getting routed by 18 points at Golden St on Friday night. The coaching change hasn’t improved the Kings as the club has dropped six of their past nine games.

The late night game out west has the LA Lakers hosting the Portland Trailblazers at 9:30PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel. The teams just met back on January 5th with Portland earning a 98-94 home victory but failing to cover as a -12 ½ point favorite. LA continues to struggle on defense by ranking 29th and second last in the NBA in both scoring and field goal defense. LA surrenders over 107 points a game and 47% shooting.

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