2015 NBA Playoffs

2015 NBA Playoffs

As we get closer to the NBA Playoffs, the hoops action continues to get hotter and hotter and this evening there will be no exception as there will be 11 games taking place in different cities in the United States.

Some of the most recent betting odds as per BettorsNet.com Pay per Head for these games stand as follows:

In Cleveland, Ohio at the Quicken Loans Arena the Brooklyn Nets face off the host – the Cavaliers.

Brooklyn Nets  +11

Cleveland Cavaliers   -11

In Miami, Florida at the AmericanAirlines Arena the Miami Heat welcome Portland Trail Blazers

Portland Blazers   -2.5   201o

Miami Heat    +2.5   201u

And lastly, the defending Champions San Antonio Spurs visit Milwaukee to meet the Milwaukee Bucks at the BMO Harris Bradley Center at 8pm EST

San Antonio Spurs   -4.5

Milwaukee Bucks   +4.5

The latest news highlights regarding these teams focus on the Heat as early this week they announced that Chris Bosh is expected to resume basketball activities in September, just in time for the 2015-16 season. And so it seems that Miami’s starting five of Goran Dragic, Dwyane Wade, Luol Deng, Bosh and Hassan Whiteside could suddenly contend in the East in the coming NBA Playoffs.

NBA Games of the Week

NBA Games of the Week

Furthermore, when the Bucks sent Brandon Knight to the Phoenix Suns at the trade deadline, it was a shocking, but defensible move. Milwaukee didn’t want to overpay for Knight (a restricted free agent this summer), so they shopped their best player and received Michael Carter-Williams in a three-team deal.

MCW now has a chance to play for Jason Kidd, an NBA legend whose first two years in the league look eerily similar. Neither was/is a good shooter, but their well-balanced production across the board suggests Carter-Williams has a chance to be something special with the right guidance.

Milwaukee probably wasn’t going to make it out of the first round regardless, but the Bucks will be watching Carter-Williams — and Knight from afar — very closely over the next few months in the hopes that they didn’t make a mistake. source: bleachreport.com

These are a couple of very interesting videos on the latest NBA action:  Hornets vs Clippers

Play of the Day – Miami Heat

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