TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Thursday

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Just prior to the NBA All Star break TNT TV will come in with an exciting national televised schedule for Thursday pro basketball for your watch and wagering opportunity. The action starts an hour earlier than usual as Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks invade South Beach to battle Lebron James and the Miami Heat. The nightcap on TNT will feature Kobe Bryant and the LA Lakers traveling to battle Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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The first game tips off at 7PM Eastern Time and the New York Knicks will face the Miami Heat on Thursday night on the back end of a back to back having played the Atlanta Hawks at home on Wednesday night. Heading into Wednesday’s action the Knicks are 0-1 with Jeremy Lin and Carmelo Anthony together in the starting lineup following their 100-92 home loss to New Jersey on Monday. The Heat has been hot with six straight wins heading into their Tuesday night game against Sacramento at home. The Heat will be well rested for this contest with a day of rest prior to playing the Knicks. This is the fourth straight game for the Heat with a day of rest before each game.

At 9:30PM Eastern Time over TNT the Lakers will try to overcome their road woes this season. Heading into their Wednesday night game at Dallas the Lakers are a poor 5-11 straight up on the road. The team dropped an ugly 102-90 road decision on Sunday night to an undersized Phoenix Suns team. LA has struggled for scoring on the road with 90 points and a 42.7% shooting percentage in their first 16 road contests on the 2011-12 year. Oklahoma City is dealing with injury concerns as they will try and keep Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol away from the basket. Thabo Sefolosha is out for a month with a foot injury and Nick Collison has been dealing with a quad injury. Scorer James Harden missed Monday’s game with an ankle injury and was questionable for Wednesday’s game with the Celtics. With Harden ailing the point production for the duo of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook has exploded in recent games.

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