TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Tuesday

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We are down to just a little more than a week away from the conclusion of the NBA regular season and on tap for Tuesday April 7th are two pro basketball contests over national television to satisfy the interests of sports bettors worldwide.

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Two Western conference playoff contenders will tip of at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT as the Oklahoma City Thunder will host the San Antonio Spurs. The Oklahoma City Thunder is in a battle for the final playoff seed in the Western conference. With just five games remaining the Thunder holds a ½ game lead over the ninth seeded New Orleans Pelicans. The Thunder is struggling right now as the club is on a three game losing streak after a 3 point home loss to Houston on Sunday. OKC has been atrocious on the defensive end during this slump as the club has given up an average of 118 points per games. Oklahoma City has been hit with major injury concerns. Three rotational players are for significant time as Kevin Durant, Nick Collison and Serge Ibaka. Point guard Russell Westbrook is doing his best to carry his team until the playoffs begin as the veteran put up 40 points, 13 rebounds and an 11 assists for a triple double. San Antonio currently occupies the sixth seed in the Western conference and sits in the sixth seed. They are one game back on the Memphis Grizzlies to earn home court in the first round of the playoffs. The Spurs have won seven straight after a 107-92 blowout home win to Golden St

The late night game over on TNT at 10:30PM Eastern Time will feature an in-city battle as the LA Clippers will be the home side facing the LA Lakers. This is a rematch of their meeting on Sunday where the Lakers were the designated home team with the Clippers posting the 106-78 home victory and cover as a -14 point favorite.

The LA Lakers will return to the court after getting blown out in a 106-78 victory on the road on Sunday night to the LA Clippers. The Clippers are ½ game behind the Memphis Grizzlies for home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs.

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