TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Tuesday

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There is just a little over a week left in the regular season. Teams are jockeying for favorable playoff seeds. On Tuesday April 5th are two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all gets going at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT as the Miami Heat will play host to the Detroit Pistons. The Pistons enter play with a record of 41-36 while the Heat sits at 44-32. It appears that the Heat will be in the playoffs. But the team is in contention for home court advantage in the first round. They currently occupies the fifth seed but only trails the Celtics and Hawks by a ½ game for the three of four seed in the Eastern conference. The Pistons are competing for a playoff spot. The team sits in the eighth seed ahead of the ninth seeded Chicago Bulls by two games with just five games remaining to be played. The Pistons have won all two meetings with the Heat this year one home and away. Detroit had a huge test on Saturday as they traveled to Chicago and came away with the 94-90 victory and cover as a +3 point underdog. Miami returns home off a 1-2 west coast road trip with losses at the Trailblazers and Lakers with a win at Sacramento.

The late night game out west begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT as the Golden St Warriors are home to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Timberwolves are 25-52 and headed to the lottery once again. The Warriors have a shot for best ever regular season record in the NBA. The team sits at 69-8 and if they finish at 4-1 in their final five games the Warriors will finish at 73-9 which would break the Chicago Bulls mark for 72-10 for best ever record in the NBA. The Golden St Warriors suffered a three point home loss to Boston on Friday. They bounced back with the 136-111 home victory Sunday to the Portland Trailblazers. Minnesota looks to break a three game losing streak. They hosted Dallas on Sunday and dropped an 88-78 home decision.

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