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

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The NBA regular season is winding down as we are just two weekends away from the start of the playoffs. On Wednesday April 10th there are two games scheduled over National Televison which will impact the playoff seeding postion.

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The NBA action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Brooklyn Nets will travel to face the Boston Celtics. Looking at the playoff scenarios the Boston Celtics have clinched a playoff spot and occupies the seventh spot by 2 ½ games ahead of the Heat. We are possibly looking at the Knicks versus Celtics in the first round of the playoffs. On the Brooklyn side the Nets holds a narrow two game lead over the fifth seeded team the Chicago Bulls with only six games remaining the be played. The Celtics had sidelined Kevin Garnett for eight games before his return to the lineup back on Sunday in a 107-96 home victory against the Washington. In the win Garnett had 12 points and six rebounds as he played 24 minutes. Bettors should keep their eyes on the injury report as several impact players could rest during the latter part of the season.

The doubleheader game will be played at high elevation in the Mile High as the San Antonio Spurs will travel to play the Denver Nuggets. The Spurs and Nuggets will tip off from Denver at 10:30PM Eastern Time over National TV at ESPN. The San Antonio Spurs are in a dog fight with the Oklahoma City Thunder for best record in the Western conference. The Spurs hold a one game lead over the Thunder for best record in the NBA Western conference with just five games remaining. On the Denver side the Nuggets are trying to stay ahead of the Memphis Grizzlies for the third seed out west. The Denver Nuggets have been an extremely difficult team to beat at Denver as the team is has impressive 36-3 record. Tony Parker for the San Antonio Spurs has returned to the starting role on Sunday afternoon after missing a few games because of a shin injury. The Nuggets got a bad break over the weekend as forward Danilo Gallinari will miss the rest of the season due to a torn ACL on his left knee.

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