Top NBA Betting Games Of The Week (Jan. 11th – Jan. 14th)

Posted by Eric Williams on Wednesday,January 11, 2017 9:53, EDT in

If you’re looking to add to your annual NBA betting bankroll and you want to identify the most attractive betting games on this week’s schedule, then you’ve come to the right place.

I’m going to identify six matchups this week that have both, plenty of entertainment value – and equally as much betting value. Let’s get started.

Analyzing The Top NBA Betting Games Of The Week (Jan. 11th – Jan. 14th)



Memphis at Oklahoma City

When: Wednesday, January 11 at 8:00 PM ET

Analysis: Mike Conley and the Memphis Grizzlies (24-16) are 10-9 on the road this season while Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder (23-16) have gone 14-6 at home. The Thunder will look for revenge for their humbling 114-80 blowout loss just after Christmas Day.

Houston at Minnesota

When: Wednesday, January 11 at 8:00 PM ET

Analysis: James Harden and the Houston Rockets (30-9) have posted a solid 15-6 mark on the road this season while Andrew Wiggins and the talent-laden Minnesota Timberwolves (26-14) have compiled an uninspiring 7-13 mark at home. Too bad T-Wolves defensive-minded head coach Tom Thibodeau doesn’t let his athletic young pups get out and run a bit.

Chicago at NY Knicks

Thursday, January 12 at 8:00 PM ET

Analysis: This contest between two evenly matched teams takes on an even greater meaning with all of the drama surrounding former Bulls (19-19) superstar and current Knicks (17-21) enigmatic floor leader Derrick Rose, who went M.I.A. over the weekend.

Miami at Milwaukee

Friday, January 13 at 8:00 PM ET

Analysis: The Greek Freak and the Milwaukee Bucks (18-18) will be lying in wait or a Miami Heat (11-28) team that clearly shouldn’t have parted ways with franchise legend Dwyane Wade.


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Boston at Atlanta

Friday, January 13 at 8:00 PM ET

Analysis: The Celtics (23-14) are starting to play better after getting off to a slow start but they still have no interior players to deal with Atlanta’s (21-16) big men. Still, this one should come down to the final possession or two for both teams.

LA Lakers at LA Clippers

Saturday, January 14 at 3:30 PM ET

Analysis: Chris Paul is back on court for the Clippers (26-14) but I’d sure like to see Swaggy P, Lou Williams and the rest of the really young Los Angeles Lakers get the upset since they simply play harder and are more entertaining to me.