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We’ve got six playoff teams in action on NBA Tuesday, and with seedings in both Conferences still wide open, every game is a must-win for every team.
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Denver Nuggets @ Boston Celtics - 10:30am
The Denver Nuggets are finally back in form, winning two consecutive games – both by a single point.
In games where a team wins by three points or less, the Nuggets have won 14 of the 17. First and foremost this shows that in the clutch they are elite at running a play to score or defend.
Secondly it shows that they make a habit of games coming down to the wire. The Nuggets have played 38 games this season where the margin has been less than 5 points within the last 5 minutes of a game.
The interesting thing about Boston is that even for their woes since the All-Star break, they still have a 26-10 record at home.
Kyrie Irving has taken charge of this team over the last couple of games.
Averaging 25 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists, he’s made his intentions clear that he is going to take this Celtic team to the Eastern conference finals, even if he has to do it himself.
This has the makings of a third straight close game for Denver.
Irving wouldn’t have forgotten Jamal Murray’s actions from the last time they played, so this is going to be a fiery match-up.
Golden State Warriors @ San Antonio Spurs - 11am (ESPN)
The Warriors played their best game without Kevin Durant against OKC yesterday.
Showing off their talent, Steph Curry blew away the Thunder with 19 first half points, before adding 14 in the 3rd to seal it.
When Steph is feeling good this team is pretty much impossible to stop and we’ve seen that happen a couple of times this season. If he is feeling good again here the Spurs better watch out.
Gregg Popovich has rested LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan both previous meetings against the Warriors, and he likes to hold his cards close to his chest for when they meet in the playoffs.
If the news does come out that he’s resting them both again here, the Warriors will walk all over the Spurs.
Aldridge didn’t have his best outing against the Blazers, but he has about 4 inches in height on Draymond Green. That patented LA mid-range jumper will be getting a work out.
he fact this is a Spurs home game is instrumental to their chances given they are 28-7 at home compared to 13-22 away.
The Warriors are the best road team in the league and they’re priced at $1.72 to win away from home in the Head to Head market with Unibet. That value is too big to ignore.
Indiana Pacers @ Portland Trail Blazers - 1:30pm (ESPN)
The team everyone thought would collapse without Victor Oladipo continues to find a way.
A tough loss away in Denver will haunt them as they seek revenge in Portland. There isn’t one player who stands out here, and it’s been a great group effort with multiple double figure scorers every night.
The Pacers’ defense is the staple of their game. Good switches and collapsing defense make it very hard to score when you drive into the paint.
They win half of their games on the road, so they’ll be prepared for the Portland crowd.
Huge news for the Blazers is that CJ McCollum’s injury isn’t serious. He’ll likely only miss a couple of games, so he won’t be suiting up tomorrow.
That will hinder the Blazers but should see an increase in usage for Damian Lillard, given now he won’t have to share the keys to this offense.
Jusuf Nurkic has been great recently and he might be too big of a body for Myles Turner to handle in the paint.
Portland are a bit short in my estimation without their second best player. I’ll be taking the Pacers at the line of +6.5 for $1.65 as a ‘Pick Your Own’ Line with Unibet.
Either team to win by under 6.5 points – $2.34
Golden State to win – $1.72
Portland +6.5 – $1.65
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