Can’t-miss Games in the NBA Season’s Final Two Weeks.

Can’t-miss Games in the NBA Season’s Final Two Weeks

Written by on April 3, 2019

With just 10 days remaining in the 2018-19 regular season, now is a great tie to take a look at the best and most important games that remain on this year’s regular season docket. With a handful of teams fighting for the final three spots in the Eastern Conference and some jockeying still going on with four spots in the Western Conference, let’s take a look at which games have the look of ‘can’t-miss’ matchups on this year’s regular season schedule for all you NBA Betting enthusiasts.

Can’t-miss Games in the NBA Season’s Final Two Weeks

Tuesday, April 2 – Denver Nuggets at Golden State Warriors

On Tuesday, Denver (51-25) gets a shot at trying to tie Golden State (52-24) for the lead in the Western Conference. The Warriors have won two straight by at least 17 points over the Nuggets after losing their first regular-season meeting by a bucket.

Wednesday, April 3 – Indiana Pacers at Detroit Pistons

Detroit (39-37) is currently in sixth place in the Eastern Conference, but just four games separate them from 10th place Charlotte, so they need every victory they can get from here on in.

Wednesday, April 3 – Toronto Raptors at Brooklyn Nets

The Nets (39-38) are currently in seventh place in the east, a half-game ahead of Miami a full game ahead of Orlando and 3.5 games ahead of Charlotte. This is yet another game where two playoff-bound teams from the same conference will face each other.

Wednesday, April 3 – Houston Rockets at LA Clippers

Believe it or not, the Clippers (47-31) are just 2.5 games behind the Rockets (49-28) in the Western Conference, but this matchup is for more than playoff seeding if you ask me. The surging Clippers would like nothing better than to get the big home win here to boost their confidence and deliver a blow to Houston’s in case they meet in the playoffs. This one looks like a thriller just waiting to happen.

Thursday, April 4 – Milwaukee Bucks at Philadelphia 76ers

The Sixers (49-27) don’t have a chance of catching Milwaukee (57-20), but Philly recorded a thrilling 130-125 win over the Bucks on March 17 and the Philly would like nothing better than to duplicate that result and deliver a bit of a blow to Milwaukee’s confidence prior to the postseason.

Friday, April 5 – Boston Celtics at Indiana Pacers

The Pacers (45-32) will host the Celtics in this matchup of NBA Finals hopefuls with identical records and it could be a preview of a first-round meeting between the two. The C’s have won two of three this season, but two contests have been decided by a basket or less.

Sunday, April 7 – Orlando Magic at Boston Celtics

Orlando has won seven of their last 10 at the time of this writing and I’m thinking Boston had best be on guard for the upset by the Magic even at home in this affair.

Tuesday, April 9 – Denver Nuggets at Utah Jazz

These two Western Conference playoff participants could meet at some point in the playoffs and the Nuggets could use a win here to tie the regular season meetings after dropping two straight in this series following their win in their first meeting this season.