In what is starting to become a trend, the Miami Heat lost again last night, as the Mavericks were simply too much for them to handle in Dallas. That moves the Heat to 9-8 on the year, and for those of you who are still keeping count, Erik Spoelstra‘s squad will need to go 63-2 from here on out to break the ’95-96 Bulls’ win record.
Here’s a look at today’s schedule:
#8: Portland Trail Blazers (8-7) at New Jersey Nets (5-11) – 7:00 PM ET, Regional
#7: Atlanta Hawks (10-7) at Toronto Raptors (6-10) – 1:00 PM ET, Regional
#6: New York Knicks (8-9) at Detroit Pistons (6-10) – 1:30 PM ET, Regional
#5: Oklahoma City Thunder (11-5) at Houston Rockets (4-11) – 7:00 PM ET, Regional
#4: Utah Jazz (12-5) at Los Angeles Clippers (3-14) – 3:30 PM ET, Regional
#3: Phoenix Suns (8-8) at Denver Nuggets (9-6) – 8:00 PM ET, Regional
#2: Indiana Pacers (7-7) at Los Angeles Lakers (13-3) – 9:30 PM ET, Regional
#1: San Antonio Spurs (13-2) at New Orleans Hornets (12-3) – 3:00 PM ET, Regional
Can the Pacers keep it close in L.A. tonight?
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