Utah Jazz To Defeat Trail Blazers On Christmas Day
The Utah Jazz and the Portland Trail Blazers round out the schedule in the NBA on Christmas Day at the Vivint Smart Home Arena. Both of the two teams have been a fixture in the Western Conference playoffs for the past two seasons, although neither have been able to make an impact. The Jazz won the first round in back-to-back years before being dumped out by the powerhouses of the Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets respectively. Portland didn’t even get that far, losing in the first round in successive campaigns without winning a game against the Warriors and the New Orleans Pelicans. Utah have been inconsistent this term, hovering just below .500 in their campaign. Quin...
Warriors To See Off LeBron And Lakers On Christmas Day
LeBron James faces his old foes the Golden State Warriors on Christmas Day for the first time as a Los Angeles Laker, returning to Oracle Arena where he has enjoyed the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. The 33-year-old won the NBA Championship in the 2015/16 campaign when his Cleveland Cavaliers team defeated the Warriors in game seven of the NBA Finals, avenging their loss from the previous season. However, Golden State responded by beating the Cavaliers in back-to-back years. LeBron ended his time in Cleveland last season and moved to Los Angeles. He has improved the fortunes of the Lakers to no end, guiding them into contention for the playoffs. They’re in step with the leading...
Will Boston Continue Winning Run Over Philadelphia?
The Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers lock horns on Christmas Day in a battle that could define the Eastern Conference. The two sides met in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals last season where the Celtics eased through to the Conference Finals with a 4-1 victory. Boston and Philadelphia are both teams on the rise, having gone through tough times in their recent history. The 76ers endured more hardship than their rivals, but are now stocked with talent and will be desperate to prove a point on the road. The Celtics have been widely inconsistent this term. When they’ve been on form they’ve been outstanding, but when they’ve under performed they’ve been putrid on the...
Rockets Need A Special Christmas Day Display
The Houston Rockets will aim to kickstart an underwhelming campaign when they host the Oklahoma City Thunder on Christmas Day. Houston have not been able to conjure the magic of their last campaign, operating with a .500 record. The club reached the Western Conference Finals in the previous season and were only beaten by the brilliance of the Golden State Warriors. Mike D’Antoni’s men won the top seed with the best record in the Western Conference, but at the time of writing have almost lost the same amount games this term as they did in the entirety of the last campaign. James Harden remains at the peak of his powers, but he and his team-mates have to improve their level of...
Bucks To Dominate Knicks On Christmas Day
The Milwaukee Bucks have made strong start to their 2018/19 season and will have the opportunity to showcase their NBA Playoff credentials in their clash against the New York Knicks on Christmas Day. Milwaukee were knocked out of the playoffs at the first hurdle for the second term on the bounce. Milwaukee were able to take the Boston Celtics all the way to game seven, but were defeated at the TD Garden. Former NBA Coach of the Year Mike Budenholzer was appointed as their new head coach as interim boss Joe Prunty made way. He has taken the team forward in his short stint and will be eager to continue their run in the second half of the campaign. Giannis Antetokounmpo continues...
Warriors To Sweep Cavs To Secure NBA Championship
The Golden State Warriors are just one game away from clinching the NBA Championship for the third time in the past four seasons. The Warriors absorbed a first-half onslaught from the Cleveland Cavaliers and gradually took control of the contest to secure an eight-point win at Quicken Loans Arena. Kevin Durant put forward an outstanding performance to enhance his credentials to be named Finals MVP for the second year on the bounce. He rose to the occasion as for once Steph Curry and Klay Thompson struggled to find the hoop with their shooting from distance. Durant was able to cover for his team-mates, notching 43 points to take the game away from the Cavs in the second half. Javale McGee continued...
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