NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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We are down to the final three days of the NBA regular season with playoff spots and favorable seeding positions still up for grabs. Scheduled for Monday April 13th are two outstanding matchups over national television to greatly satisfy the appetites of sports bettors worldwide.

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At 8PM Eastern Time on NBA TV it will be the Oklahoma City Thunder desperate for a win hosting the Portland Trailblazers. The Thunder will enter play here on a back to back after playing a desperate Indiana team on Sunday night. The Thunder at 43-36 entering Sunday has three games left and is a game behind the New Orleans Pelicans for the final playoff spot. OKC must finish one game head of the Pelicans to earn a post season berth because New Orleans owns the tiebreakers. As the Thunder took the court on Friday to host Sacramento the Thunder had dropped four straight and six of seven games. OKC got the much needed 116-103 win to the Kings. The 103 points the Thunder surrendered was the fifth straight games that Oklahoma City allowed 100 or more points to their opponents. OKC has excuses for their failures as they are without Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka for most likely the season due to injuries. Portland has wrapped up the Northwest division and will have home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. The Trailblazers have listed LaMarcus Aldridge as questionable with a foot injury.

The late night game over NBA TV at 10:30PM Eastern Time will feature the Golden St Warriors at home to the Memphis Grizzlies. The Warriors have clinched the best record in the Western conference. Golden St head coach Steve Kerr reported to the media that he would give time to his starters to keep the team sharp as they approach the playoffs. Expect the Warriors to play starters especially at home where customers play a high price tag for tickets. Memphis has a record of 54-26 and with only two games remaining the Grizzlies are clinging to the second seed in the Western conference with the Rockets and Clippers on their heels. The Grizzles are looking to rebound after an eight point road loss to the Clippers.

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