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    It’s done. 82 games of the NBA regular season, and we have our 16 teams representing in the postseason with the 1st round starting this weekend. Here’s a quick look at the opening games on Saturday and Sunday.


    Brooklyn Nets at Philadelphia 76ers (2:30 p.m. EST, ESPN)

    Orlando Magic at Toronto Raptors (5 p.m. EST, ESPN)

    Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors (8 p.m. EST, ABC)

    San Antonio Spurs at Denver Nuggets (10:30 p.m. EST, ESPN)


    Indiana Pacers at Boston Celtics (1 p.m. EST, TNT)

    Oklahoma City Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers (3:30 p.m. EST, ABC)

    Detroit Pistons at Milwaukee Bucks (7 p.m. EST, TNT)

    Utah Jazz at Houston Rockets (9:30 p.m. EST, TNT)

    Some things are too easy to predict. The Warriors will face the Rockets in the next round. The Bucks are almost certainly advancing, if not sweeping, the Pistons.

    However, where are the potential upsets brewing? Which lower seeds will advance to the next round? Let’s take a look at some possibilities (side note: a No. 5 seed beating a No. 4 seed doesn’t count as mt prices 2k20 upset. No Pacers over Celtics.)


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