Article posted on Sunday 23 April - 19:01 EDT
The Pacers just blew the biggest lead in NBA history, and put themselves in a 0-3 hole against the defending NBA World Champions. How is your week going? Cleveland is starting to look like world champs again, or at least finalists. So what’s going to happen on Sunday in that game, or The Rockets and Thunder, or the Bulls vs Celtics, or The Clippers vs Jazz Game? Let's dive in.
We have a busy Saturday in the NBA, so let’s skip the pleasantries. The Raptors are facing a virtual elimination game. Meanwhile, the Wizards look to add to their lead over the Hawks. And out west, we have the Spurs looking to bounce back against the Grizzlies while the Warriors are in Portland.
Well, last night was certainly interesting, with two blow-out wins and a comeback that prevented a blow-out win. The playoffs have delivered as promised so far, and tonight we get to watch The Celtics at the Bulls, The Rockets at The Thunder, and the Clippers at the Jazz. Let’s see how each matchup breaks down.
The playoffs roll on, with the Raptors in action and in Milwaukee tonight. Elsewhere, the uneasy Cavaliers travel to Indiana, and the Spurs are in Memphis. Who will win tonight?
The NBA has 3 games on the sked for tonight. We have two of the most talked-about series in the Warriors vs Blazers, as well as the Thunder vs Rockets. We also have the series nobody cares about: The Hawks and Wizards. So who will win tonight?
The Raps have proven to straight-up suck at Game Ones, and are looking to bounce back against a very game Milwaukee team. Raptor fans and sports bettors alike will be interested in tonight's NBA action. Let's take a look at that and the other 2 games on the docket.
The NBA had a better opening weekend than the Fate of The Furious. There was a lot of quality basketball crammed into two days, and now we’re back to 2-3 games per night, to keep things digestible. Over the weekend, we saw the Spurs remind us all why they’re title favorites by pounding Memphis. Meanwhile, The Cavs reminded absolutely nobody why they’re defending champs, and almost lost to the Pacers. So how will these teams fair tonight?
It’s the first Sunday of the NBA’s second season! It’s time to chill some beer, then disappear into the garage all day, and tell your wife you’re fixing the brakes while streaming the NBA games on an iPad under the car… no? Just me? Ok fine. Let’s get into where the smart bets are.
Oh hello, playoff basketball. It’s been way too long. My, how I’ve missed you. This year the NBA playoffs have more unique storylines than we’ve seen in recent years. We have the polarizing Cavs, the upstart Celtics and your Toronto Raptors. So who will strike first blood on Day 1 of the playoffs? Let’s go through a full docket of games for this incredible Saturday.
Article posted on Friday 14 April
The San Jose Sharks are in a lot of trouble right now. The are a game away from losing in the first round. This is not how the defending Western Conference champions saw their season ending. How will they respond?
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