NBA Pro Basketball TV Games Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The NBA playoffs are just over a week away and on tap for Friday April 11th and two games on national television that will satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the court begins at 7:30PM Eastern Time.

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The top spot for the Eastern conference could be on the line as the Indiana Pacers will travel to South Beach to battle LeBron James and the Miami Heat. The Pacers and Heat will get things started from Miami at 7:30PM Eastern Time and NBA TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast. This matchup could go a long way into deciding which team will have home court advantage throughout the Eastern conference playoffs. Heading into Wednesday’s action the Miami Heat sat 1/2 game ahead of the Indiana Pacers for the top spot in the Eastern conference. Should Indiana defeat Miami on Thursday they will own the head to head tiebreaker based on winning three of four against the Heat should they get the “W” in this game. Indiana has slumped badly down the stretch as the club has dropped 12 of their past 19 games dating way back to March 4th. The Pacers suddenly had trouble scoring. Indiana started quickly as the team was focused into getting the top spot in the Eastern conference and held a comfortable lead through the All Star break. But a sudden dip on the offensive side of the court put the Pacers in danger of finishing with the two seed. As Miami traveled into Memphis on Wednesday the club had lost two of three games all by one single point.

The late night game will feature the young upstart Golden St Warriors who will head south to face the LA Lakers. The two clubs tip off from Staples Center in Los Angeles at 10:30PM Eastern Time and NBA TV will provide the telecast. The Warriors have been hampered by injuries to their front court in recent games. That explains their struggles s the sixth seed in the West. They hold just a three game lead over Memphis for the final playoff spot as they host Denver on Wednesday.

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