NBA Playoff Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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There is another four huge NBA playoff games scheduled over national television for Saturday April 27th that will satisfy the appetite of NBA betting enthusiasts. The excitement of NBA playoff basketball will begin with round the clock coverage beginning at 2PM Eastern Time with the last tip off scheduled for 9:30PM Eastern Time.

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It will be a pivotal game four of the best of seven Eastern conference series between the Brooklyn Nets and Chicago Bulls. They get things started with game four from Chicago at 2PM Eastern Time and you can catch the action over TNT TV. Chicago has not been a good home team this season as the club finished barely over .500 during the regular season.

Immediately following the Nets and Bulls it will be game four of the Western conference playoff series between the LA Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies. They get things started from Memphis at 4:30PM Eastern Time and TNT will deliver the live television broadcast. It was exactly two weeks ago when the Clippers traveled to Memphis and stole home court advantage in this series by winning by four on the Grizzlies home court.

It will be game three of the best of seven series from the Eastern conference between the Indiana Pacers and the Atlanta Hawks. They get started from Indiana at 7PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will deliver the live coverage. Atlanta is down 0-2 in this series and despite shooting well the team defended extremely poorly in the first two games of this series.

The Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets will get together for game three of their best of seven series from the Western conference on Saturday night. The action begins from Houston at 9:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the live television coverage. OKC held off the fast charging Houston Rockets to take the 2-0 series lead. The Rockets have shot poorly in this series with the Oklahoma City Thunder. They connect on 36.3% from the field in game one and in game two the Rockets make just 39.6% from the floor. Jeremy Lin played just 20 minutes in game two with a muscle contusion and is questionable on Saturday.

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