NBA TV Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA betting card for Sunday January 18th will feature three games scheduled to greatly satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 3:30PM Eastern Time.

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The Toronto Raptors will be at home to battle the New Orleans Pelicans at 3:30PM Eastern Time over NBA League Pass Channel. It has been a frustrating year for the Pelicans. The team has been sitting at or near .500 for much of the season. They have beaten good Western conference teams then lose to the bad teams in the league like they did on Friday night in a 96-81 road loss at Philadelphia. All Star Anthony Davis leads the club with a 24 point per game average and hits on 56% from the field. Toronto has hit a slump as they are losers of six of their past eight games. Guard DeMar DeRozan has returned to the lineup after injury problems. He is averaging nearly 20 points per game in his 18 games played this year.

Getting started at 6PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel will be the Orlando Magic hosting the Oklahoma City Thunder. Oklahoma City has both Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant in the lineup together for some time now but they sit one game under .500 at 19-20. They have struggled on the offensive end shooting 44% from the floor and 32% from three. Orlando is 15-28 on the year and struggles on the defensive end by allowing 46% shooting to their opponents.

At 7PM Eastern Time the San Antonio Spurs will be home to the Utah Jazz televised by NBA League Pass Channel. San Antonio welcomed Kawhi Leonard back to the lineup on Friday which resulted in a 110-96 home victory to Portland. Leonard had been battling a hand injury and is a strong force on the defensive end of the court. The Spurs have won four of five games as their record has moved to 25-16. The Jazz are 14-26 on the year and is coming off a nine point home win to the LA Lakers. The struggle for Utah this year has come on the defensive end of the court as they allow 46% shooting and over 37% shooting from three ranking near the bottom of the league.

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