NBA Playoffs Betting: Decisive East and West Semifinal GamesPublished May 15, 2015 by Amir G
The NBA playoff conference semifinals drama plays out in the east (Hawks vs. Wizards, 00:00 GMT) and west (Warriors vs. Grizzlies, 04:30).
The gripping conference semifinals in the NBA Playoffs return today. It begins 00:00 GMT in the east with game 6 between the Washington Wizards and Atlanta Hawks, in the series that is currently 3-2 in favor of the Hawks. At 02:30 GMT the action shifts to the west as the Golden State Warriors meet Memphis Grizzlies in their 3-2 tied series.
Will Hawks Go Through?
After Wednesday night's thriller in Atlanta that ended 81-82 in favor of the Hawks with some intense nerve-racking drama that only the NBA is able to produce. Will Hawks maintain the ultimatum today and make it to the conference finals, or will the Wizards pull a bunny out of their hat?
Thrilling as it may be, Wednesday night's game wasn't all too impressive statistics-wise, but it has shown how closely matched these teams are in terms of ability and performance as the score shows; this could easily go to game 7.
Warriors vs. Grizzlies
Wednesday night's game 5 saw the Golden State Warriors beating the Grizzlies at Oakland by a difference of 20 points with 98-78. With a 3-2 lead for the Warriors, the deal can be wrapped up tonight at Memphis.
Grizzlies may find it hard to go against the Warriors' momentum after returning from being down 2-1 in the series, but the home setting might make it a tad more comfortable for a tough fight not to end it all today. At this point it's hard to see Grizzlies returning from the deficit and winning two games in a row, but the NBA has taught us that anything can happen.
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