TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Tuesday

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The countdown to the playoffs from the NBA is now down to just five days as there are just two regular season days left. Scheduled for Tuesday April 14th are two NBA matchups over national television to satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The doubleheader gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time over TNT TV as the Indiana Pacers will host the Washington Wizards. The Indiana Pacers are in a battle for the eighth and final playoff seed in the Eastern conference. They are 37-43 on the year and sit tied with the Brooklyn Nets for the eighth seed. The Pacers have a difficult test to close the year as they must travel to Memphis on Wednesday to close out the regular season. The team has welcomed Paul George back into their lineup. George suffered a broken ankle last summer while play for Team USA. George has played in four games and has averaged 10 points and 15 minutes per game. The Pacers enter play with wins in five straight games. The Washington Wizards at 46-34 is sitting in the fifth seed in the Eastern conference and will play either Toronto or Chicago in the first round of the playoffs when they begin this weekend. The Wizards have won five of their past six games entering this contest. They end the regular season the next night in Cleveland.

The late night game out west gets started at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT as the Phoenix Suns will play host to the LA Clippers. The LA Clippers are 54-26 on the year and holds the third seed in the Western conference as they will host the Denver Nuggets on Monday night. The Clippers will end their regular season on Tuesday night. The team has won five straight as they will meet Denver on Monday. They got past Memphis in a big game on Saturday night by eight points. The Phoenix Suns were holding a playoff spot at the time of the trading deadline. The team then traded away guards Goran Dragic and Isaiah Thomas. The team digressed and currently sits three games under .500 as they host the Clippers to finish off their regular season.

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