TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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NBA Bettors will be treated to three matchups over national television on Thursday January 15th to satisfy the wagering interests of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the court gets underway at 3PM Eastern Time.

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The NBA returns to London England as the New York Knicks will meet the Milwaukee Bucks at 3PM Eastern Time on NBA TV. It’s a lost season for New York as the club is a miserable 5-35 and will carry a 15 game losing streak into the game. The Knicks are 1-25 in their past 26 games. Their last game was played on Saturday against Charlotte where New York was down 62-31 at the half and 89-44 after three quarters. Carmelo Anthony has an ailing knee and there are rumors that the he may opt for surgery soon and be shut down for the rest of the season. Milwaukee is 20-19 and has hovered around .500 for much of this season. That record is good enough for the fifth seed in the Eastern conference.

TNT has their prime time doubleheader for Thursday night. Game 1 will feature two Western conference heavyweights as the Houston Rockets will play host to the Oklahoma City Thunder at 8PM Eastern Time. The Rockets are in a back to back spot after playing at Orlando on Wednesday night. They team has won four straight heading into Wednesday and has played better since moving Josh Smith to the bench. Oklahoma City is just 5-5 over their past ten games. With Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook both healthy and in the lineup the team has not shot as effectively in years past. They are 28th in the league from the three point line making 32%.

The late night game on TNT out west will feature a Kobe Bryant versus Lebron James matchup as the LA Lakers will host the Cleveland Cavaliers at 10:30PM Eastern Time. LeBron James returned to the Cavaliers lineup on Tuesday night which resulted in a seven point loss at Phoenix. They enter Staples Center at 19-20 and on a six game losing streak. LA has been hurting for offense of late as the club has lost four of their past five games as they have been held to 94 points or less in those losses.

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