TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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With the NCAA Tournament winding down to the Final Four this weekend the NBA on TNT will return on Thursday April 2nd with two outstanding matchups over national television to greatly satisfy the appetites of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The doubleheader gets started at 8PM Eastern Time as LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will be hosting the Miami Heat over on TNT TV. The Heat will enter play at 34-40 on the year. With just eight games remaining Miami sits in the seventh seed in the Eastern conference and is just 1 game ahead of the ninth seeded Boston Celtics. Miami is no cinch for a postseason berth. They have had issues scoring in recent games by averaging 88 points or fewer in four of their past six games. Point guard Goran Dragic has played 19 games with his traded team the Miami Heat and is averaging 16 points per game and is hitting on 50% from the field. Cleveland currently occupies the eighth seed in the East and holds a 2 ½ game lead over the Chicago Bulls. After their one point home win to Philadelphia on Sunday the Cavaliers have won five of their past six games. They have defended better by allowing 92 points or fewer in five of their past six games. Kevin Love has struggled from the field this season by averaging 16 points per game which is 10 points fewer than his 26 points per game average a season ago.

The late night game on TNT at 10:30PM Eastern Time will feature the Golden St Warriors hosting the Phoenix Suns. The Warriors have clinched best record in the Western conference. They traveled to Staples Center to face the LA Clippers who are fighting for home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs and a team on a seen game win streak. Behind an excellent fourth quarter performance the Warriors pulled out a 110-106 road win at the Clippers. The Phoenix Suns at 38-37 could be seeing their playoffs hopes slip away. Two critical losses over the eighth seeded Oklahoma City Thunder last week pushed the Suns now 4 ½ games back of OKC with just seven games remaining for the final playoff seed out west.

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