NBA Week 25: Unmissable Games

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If your idea of fun is predicting what the NBA standings will look like when the season ends, you only have one more week left. We find out which teams will participate in the Play-In Tournament when the week ends. Even the individual conference No. 3 versus No. 6 and No. 4 versus No. 5 games are not set yet.

Let’s see what lies ahead in the final week of the regular season.

April 9: Boston Celtics at Milwaukee Bucks

This will be the last chance for Jrue Holiday to make an impression against his former team. So far, Holiday has been a “no show” when playing the Bucks. He shot 1-for-8 from the field in the first game, followed that up by going 2-for-9, and then missed the third game. What numbers will he put up this time around?


April 9: Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Lakers

This is now Part III of the “Stephen Curry versus LeBron James” show this year. It should have been Part IV, but James missed one of the games. Both players seem to put on a good show whenever they are on the court. Remember, these two are the faces of the modern NBA, so you know fans will tune in to watch this game.

April 10: Minnesota Timberwolves at Denver Nuggets

With the No. 1 seed still up for grabs in the West, this one automatically becomes a “must-see” game. Adding the fact that the Timberwolves are up 2-1 in the season series will give you a sense of how serious the Nuggets should be when facing Minnesota’s squad. A win by any team here should give them a boost in the race for the “Top of the West” crown.


Last Four Games for the Phoenix Suns

Phoenix will have a chance to do some damage in their last four games. They will face the Los Angeles Clippers (twice), take on the Sacramento Kings, and then end the season with a trip to Minnesota. Winning out will shift the standings drastically. The Clippers could lose home-court advantage, the Kings might have to appear in the Play-In Tournament, and the Timberwolves might miss the chance to grab the top spot in the West.

April 14: Regular Season’s Last Day

Time to say goodbye. It was a fun, 25-week ride with so many ups and downs, so many highs and lows, so many revelations and disappointments. Now, comes the fun part: the “real” NBA season. Hold on tight and try to control your emotions. If the regular season taught us one thing, it’s that anything can happen.

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