NBA Playoff Schedule 2012: TV Info and Odds for Each Remaining Game 2 Matchup
The 2012 NBA playoffs have already given fans a great deal of excitement, and that will continue to occur as the postseason progresses.
Since there is so much at stake, every game is of grave importance, which is why you don't want to miss any of them.
All the games are easily accessible, and the rest of the postseason is sure to keep fans on the edge of their seats.
With that said, here's all the info you need for the remaining Game 2 matchups of the first round.
Who Will Win this Game 2 Matchup?
Boston at Atlanta
When: Tuesday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. ET on Fox Sports South; NBA TV
Odds: Hawks (-4) according to Covers.com
Comments: With Rajon Rondo suspended for this game (according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution), Atlanta has the advantage. Taking a 2-0 lead would give the Hawks superb confidence moving forward that they will need when they head up to Boston.
Prediction: Hawks 90, Celtics 82
Philadelphia at Chicago
When: Tuesday, May 1, at 8 p.m. ET on Comcast Sports Chicago; TNT
Odds: Bulls (-6.5) according to Covers.com
Comments: With Derrick Rose done for the postseason, the pressure is on the Bulls to prove they're more than just one star player. They have the talent to get the job done against the 76ers, especially at home, but don't count out Philadelphia just yet.
Prediction: Bulls 93, 76ers 89
Denver at LA Lakers
When: Tuesday, May 1, at 10:30 p.m. ET on FOX West; TNT
Odds: Lakers (-5) according to Covers.com
Comments: The Lakers are the better team here, and they shouldn't have much trouble wrapping this series up in the next couple games. Of course, they've been known to choke before, so the Nuggets still have a chance.
Prediction: Lakers 101, Nuggets 94
Utah at San Antonio
When: Wednesday, May 2, at 7 p.m. ET on FOX SW; TNT
Odds: Spurs (-11.5) according to Covers.com
Comments: Once again, the Spurs won't have any trouble making quick work of the Jazz. San Antonio is cruising right now, and the likelihood of the Spurs winning it all increases with each new day.
Prediction: Spurs 110, Jazz 93
Who Will Win the Series?
When: Wednesday, May 2, at 9:30 p.m. ET on FOX South Tenn; TNT
Odds: Grizzlies (-6) according to Covers.com
Comments: These two teams gave fans the most exciting game of the postseason so far, which is why Game 2 is so intriguing. Both teams should once again put up a great fight, putting on one heck of a show for the fans.
Prediction: Clippers 104, Grizzlies 101
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