Can’t Miss Games In NBA Season’s Final Two Weeks

Posted by Eric Williams on Monday,April 3, 2017 9:45, EDT in

With the 2016-17 NBA regular season winding down and less than two weeks of action taking place, there are several intriguing matchups remaining on the docket that could both, determine some of these teams’ postseason fates while also serving as possible playoff series previews. Now, let’s get started with the latest NBA betting picks here.

Can’t Miss Games In NBA Season’s Final Two Weeks

 

 

Tuesday, April 4 at 10:30 PM ET

Minnesota Timberwolves at Golden State
TV: ESPN

Analysis: The Minnesota Timberwolves don’t have any postseason hopes, but at least you can enjoy seeing the likes of young stars Andrew Wiggins and Karl Anthony-Towns going up against the Dubs and their quartet of all-stars.

Wednesday, April 5 at 8:00 PM ET

Cleveland at Boston
TV: ESPN

Analysis: Right now, Isaiah Thomas the Celtics are a half-game up on LeBron James and the Cavaliers in the race for first place in the Eastern Conference and this game could be the biggest in terms of who actually wins the East between these conference rivals.

Saturday, April 8

L.A. Clippers at San Antonio 8:30 PM ET
TV: ABC

Analysis: The Clippers will look to show everyone that they are indeed, a legitimate championship title contender when they visit the Lone Star State, but the Spurs will almost surely want to send a pre-postseason message of their own. Basically, this matchup will be pretty revealing about what kind of team the Clippers really are, not the Spurs who everyone already knows is still elite.

Monday, April 10

Houston at L.A. Clippers at 10:30 PM ET
TV: TNT

Analysis: After facing the Spurs on Saturday, we’ll get another revealing look at Chris Paul and company as they take on James Harden and the high-scoring Houston Rockets in another possible playoff preview.  With the way the Rockets put points on the board, it will be interesting to see if the Clippers can keep up.

Wednesday, April 12

Toronto at Cleveland at 8:00 PM ET

Analysis: This regular season finale may not mean much to either ballclub, but it could mean a lot to both, especially if LeBron James and the Cavaliers have a chance to win the East on the final day of the regular season. For Toronto, the Raptors may want to test themselves against a Cavs team that dispatched them in last season’s Eastern Conference Finals.