Thursday’s three-game slate of NBA Playoffs contests is sure to be an exciting one. All three games have some sort of dramatic storyline attached to them. If you’re looking to catch the action on TV, it all starts at 7:30 p.m. EST on TNT with the Milwaukee Bucks at Miami Heat. TNT caps off its
Wednesday’s NBA Playoffs slate has three fantastic Game-2 matchups, with some teams looking to even up the series and others looking to take a substantial 2-0 lead. All three games are on national TV tonight, with the Washington Wizards at Philadelphia 76ers starting things up at 7 p.m. EST on NBA TV. Next up, it’ll
Tuesday’s three-game NBA Playoffs slate is sure to be another good one. TNT will have a doubleheader of games (Boston Celtics at Brooklyn Nets & Los Angeles Lakers at Phoenix) while NBA TV has the Dallas Mavericks at Los Angeles Clippers. Last night, I went 0-2 to bring my NBA Playoffs record to 3-6 ATS
Monday’s NBA Playoffs slate only has two games on it, but they will both be as intense as you can possibly imagine. The Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Miami Heat in Game 1 on the strength of a last-second shot from Khris Middleton. Out West, the Portland Trail Blazers pulled the slight upset over the Denver
There’s only one game on Friday’s NBA slate, and that’ll be the final Play-In Tournament game between the Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors. Everyone will certainly be dialed in on ESPN to see the point guard matchup between Stephen Curry and Ja Morant. I won the only game on the board last night (Wizards
There’s only one game on Thursday’s slate, and that will be the Washington Wizards hosting the Indiana Pacers. The winner of this matchup will face the No. 1 seed Philadelphia 76ers, who have been waiting with their feet up. Once this game is over, we’ll finally have the whole playoff picture in the Eastern Conference.
After an uneventful opening night of the NBA Play-In Tournament, we’ll see if these next two games can grab our attention. If you’re looking to catch the games on TV tonight, ESPN will handle both games- San Antonio Spurs at Memphis Grizzlies & Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Lakers. After having a 57% rate
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This will be the final NBA picks article of the regular season. Of course, I’ll be continuing the picks through the playoffs, but what a wild ride it has been. There are eight games on tonight’s slate, with the only nationally televised one being the New Orleans Pelicans at Golden State Warriors to wrap up
Thursday’s nine-game NBA slate gets us one step closer to the weekend, which is actually the end of the regular season on Sunday. Some of these games are still very important to playoff positioning, and that’ll make for an exciting night of hoops. The national-TV doubleheader will be handled by TNT, featuring the Philadelphia 76ers