Super Bowl Ticket Drop
I think it’s probably time to stop selling the Jazz and start selling the Nuggets.
What does Wednesday have in store for us? We’ve got another four games on the slate, starting with the Raptors vs. the Nets at 1:30 p.m. ET.
The better teams won across the board during NBA Playoffs on Monday, but I’m not so sure that’s a sign of things to come on a consistent basis.
This piece will serve as a jumping off point for everything you need to know for the eight teams that are in action on Tuesday.
The NBA playoffs are finally here. We got a brief appetizer on Saturday with the play-in game between the Grizzlies and Blazers, but now it’s time for the main course.
The wait is finally over. We’ve had basketball back in our lives for the past two weeks, but the majority of those seeding games were pretty dull. Most of the teams in Orlando had very little to play for, so the quality of basketball suffered.
It all comes down to this. This may not be the final day of the regular season, but it might as well be. The Western Conference play-in series will finally be decided on Thursday, and four teams are currently still in the running.
The NBA regular season is winding down, with just five days left on the calendar.
The seeding games in the bubble are officially winding down. Sunday brings us another seven contests, starting with the Thunder vs. the Wizards at 12:30 p.m. ET
Another day, another full slate of basketball to wager on. The six-game slate kicks off with the San Antonio Spurs vs. the Utah Jazz at 1 p.m. ET and concludes with the Toronto Raptors vs. the Boston Celtics at 9 p.m. ET.

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