NBA Week 25 Betting tips

A look at a couple of this week’s Prime Time NBA games with betting tips

Thu, 5 Apr, 7:27 PM


The final games of the regular season will help shape the playoffs and should bring with it a grand spectacle. Fans will see Philadelphia make a charge for 3rd position in the Eastern Conference standings. Over in the West, the Jazz, Spurs, Thunder, Wolves, Pelicans, Nuggets and Clippers are all within three games of one another and fight for the best playoff seeding.

King James and his Cavaliers travel to Philadelphia for what could be a preview of a potential playoff match up depending how the dominoes fall come season's end.


The Sixers are hot, hot, hot! They're riding a 11 game win streak which is a testament to the squad considering Joel Embiid, arguably their best player, has been sidelined with an orbital fracture.


Philadelphia is level with the Pacers on 46 wins and one win shy of Cleveland. A victory here could have major playoff implications and see the Sixers elevate to 3rd in the Eastern Conference.


This is a tough test for the young Sixers as the Cavaliers have found their mojo as LeBron's team's often do at this late stage of the season. No doubt the Cavs will be motivated to avenge their loss to the sixers from March 2.


The Cavaliers haven't got the defence to blow out an offensively capable team such as the sixers so a Cavs win, in potentially tight circumstances is the play.


Tip: Cleveland Cavaliers 1-10

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