Another exciting finish in the Association last night, as while the Sixers were right there with the Celtics for most of the game, it was Kevin Garnett‘s layup with a few seconds left that sealed the victory for Boston. There’s a reason why this team has been so good the last few years…..they just find ways to win. And right now, they’re the best team in the Eastern Conference by a pretty large margin.
Here’s a look at tonight’s schedule:
#11: Detroit Pistons (7-16) at Minnesota Timberwolves (5-17) – 8:00 PM ET, Regional
#10: Houston Rockets (8-13) at Milwaukee Bucks (8-13) – 8:30 PM ET, Regional
#9: Charlotte Bobcats (8-13) at Indiana Pacers (10-10) – 7:00 PM ET, Regional
#8: Denver Nuggets (13-8) at Toronto Raptors (8-14) – 7:00 PM ET, Regional
#7: New York Knicks (14-9) at Washington Wizards (6-15) – 7:00 PM ET, Regional
#6: Portland Trail Blazers (11-11) at Phoenix Suns (11-11) – 9:00 PM ET, Regional
#5: Miami Heat (15-8) at Golden State Warriors (8-14) – 10:30 PM ET, ESPN
#4: Oklahoma City Thunder (15-8) at New Orleans Hornets (14-7) – 8:00 PM ET, Regional
#3: Atlanta Hawks (15-8) at San Antonio Spurs (18-3) – 8:30 PM ET, Regional
#2: Orlando Magic (15-7) at Utah Jazz (16-7) – 9:00 PM ET, Regional
#1: Los Angeles Lakers (16-6) at Chicago Bulls (12-8) – 8:00 PM ET, ESPN
Can the Hawks go into San Antonio and beat the Spurs?
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