The NBA Playoffs season is in full swing.
The 82 games of the regular season has been played by the different NBA franchisees. And out of 30 of them, 16 have made their way into the NBA post-season.
From now till June, it’s going to be all about the best-of-seven series, conference finals and of course, the NBA Playoffs Final.
The playoff season kicked off a few days back. It has featured surprise wins and the usual suspects dominating games.
Asides all of that, here are a few things (trends) you should look out for to cash in on the action be it ends:
The first round of NBA Playoff games is halfway through. Some teams have played as many as three games in their best-of-seven series.
It’s been all about the back-and-forth wins in these games and also the high match total points that have been recorded.
As of the time of writing this post, Game two of the clash between Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers recorded the second highest number of match points, 266.
The game with the highest points tally so far in this series is Game two of the Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets.
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Teams Yet to Win
Milwaukee Bucks, Boston Celtics and Houston Rockets are three of the teams yet to taste defeat since the playoffs began.
To an extent, they have an edge over their counterparts as regards making it to the next stage of the playoffs.
However, the same cannot be said for some other teams.
Indiana Pacers, Detroit Pistons and Utah Jazz are the three sides yet to win a game since post-season began. Whether playing on home court or away from home, they’ve not been able to manage a win.
A dramatic turn around is what they need to secure a place in the next round of playoff game.
Will any of these three sides win a game?
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The Warriors ensured there was no repeat of Game two, in which they squandered a 31-point lead in the second half.
Los Angeles Clippers were able to take advantage of the situation, win the game and record the biggest comeback in NBA playoff history.
The top seed from the Western Conference, alongside Houston Rockets are favorites to go as far as possible in the NBA Playoffs. In the Eastern Conference, it’s been all about Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics.
Only two of these four sides can feature in the NBA Playoffs Final, one from each conference. Which of these sides do you think has all it takes to go all the way. Letave us your comments and share your thoughts with us.