NBA TV Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA regular season is winding down as the playoffs are now less than a week away. On tap for Sunday April 12th are several outstanding matchups scheduled to greatly satisfy the appetites of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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At 3PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel it will be the Boston Celtics home to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Boston enters play with a record of 37-42. They hold a one game lead over the Indiana Pacers for the final playoff berth. The Cleveland Cavaliers are locked in the two seed in the Eastern conference.

The Milwaukee Bucks will play host to the playoff minded Brooklyn Nets at 3PM Eastern Time on NBA League Pass Channel. Milwaukee holds the sixth seed in the East. The Nets hold a one game lead over the Indiana Pacers with three games remaining for the final playoff spot in the east. Brooklyn has been playing good basketball and has won eight of ten games after a 37 point home win to Washington on Friday.

The Indiana Pacers are home to the Oklahoma City Thunder at 6PM Eastern Time over on NBA League Pass Channel. The Pacers sit in the ninth seed and one game behind Boston and Brooklyn for a playoff spot with three games left. Oklahoma City is tied with New Orleans for the eighth seed in the west. The Thunder broke a four game losing streak with a 13 point home win to Sacramento on Friday. OKC has given up 100 or more points in five straight games. With Paul George back in the lineup for the Pacers Indiana has run four straight wins.

A key game from the Western conference goes off at 7PM Eastern Time as the Houston Rockets will host the New Orleans Pelicans. Houston sits in the sixth seed in the West but just one game behind the second seeded Memphis Grizzlies. The Pelicans are tied with Oklahoma City for the eighth seed out west. Houston suffered back to back losses to the Spurs. After a 12 point road defeat on Wednesday to the Spurs the Rockets lost at home to San Antonio by one point. New Orleans has won six of eight games after a 15 point home win to Phoenix on Friday.

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