ABC and NBA TV Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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With less than two weeks away from the start of the NBA playoffs it is a tripleheader of pro basketball action over national television scheduled for Sunday April 7th to satisfy the appetite of betting enthusiasts. Teams are looking to jockey into playoff position as we wind down the final days of the 2012-13 NBA regular season.

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The NBA action all gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time as the New York Knicks will travel to play the Oklahoma City Thunder on ABC TV. The Thunder enters this home game against the Knicks in a flat footed tie with the San Antonio Spurs for best record in the Western conference. The Knicks hold a game and a half lead over the Indiana Pacers in the fight for the second seed in the Eastern conference. Both teams are hot with the Knicks entering play on an eight game win streak while OKC has three straight victories and wins in seven of their past eight games.

Immediately following the Knicks and Thunder on ABC TV will be the battle of LA as the LA Lakers will be the designated road team as they face Lob City the LA Clippers. Things get started between these two rivals on Sunday at 3:30PM Eastern Time. The Clippers seem conformable in the fourth seed in the Western conference. The Clips recently broke a three game losing streak with a 25 point home victory against the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday. The Lakers are under pressure as the team is just a ½ game ahead of the ninth seeded Utah Jazz with six games remaining.

Game three of the nationally televised tripleheader is scheduled for 9PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Dallas Mavericks will travel to the Pacific Northwest to battle the Portland Trailblazers Dallas is trailing both the LA Lakers and Utah Jazz in the playoff race. The Mavs are three games behind the eighth seeded LA Lakers with just six games remaining to be played. The losses continue to mount for the Trailblazers team as they suffered their seventh straight defeat on Friday in a 116-98 loss to the Houston Rockets as a +5 ½ point road underdog. The loss to Houston on Friday coupled with a Lakers victory against Memphis eliminated the Trailblazers from the playoffs.

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