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

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The NBA regular season comes to an end on Wednesday. Scheduled for April 13th are three games over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Boston Celtics will host the Miami Heat. Boston will be rested while the Heat is on a back to back. Boston sits at 47-34 overall while the Heat was 47-33 as they traveled to Detroit on Tuesday. Boston sits in the fifth seed in the Eastern conference and just a ½ game back of Miami for the fourth seed and home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs.

History could be made on ESPN at 10:30PM Eastern Time as the Golden St Warriors will look for win number 73 this season as they host the Memphis Grizzlies. Golden St is a rested team having last played on Sunday night when they met San Antonio on the road and came away with a win. Memphis is 42-38 as they traveled to play the LA Clippers on Tuesday. Memphis is battling Portland for the fifth seed in the Western conference and was a ½ game behind entering play on Tuesday. Should Memphis finish fifth in the conference they will face the LA Clippers in the first round. If the Grizzlies fall to the sixth seed they will battle Oklahoma City in the first round.

Kobe Bryant will play his final NBA game at 10:30PM Eastern Time relegated to ESPN2 TV as the LA Lakers will host the Utah Jazz. This game was originally scheduled to air on ESPN but once the Warriors beat the Spurs on Sunday night the network moved Kobe Bryant’s last game over to the smaller viewing audience. Utah enters with a record of 40-41 on the last game of the season. The Lakers are headed to the lottery at 16-65 overall. Entering the final game of the year the Jazz sat tied with the Houston Rockets for the final playoff spot in the Western conference. For Utah to make the playoffs they must win and hope Houston loses at home to Sacramento.

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