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With the NBA regular season rapidly drawing to a close, the remaining games take on extra playoff significance. The attention may have shifted a little to March Madness, but you won’t want to miss any of the upcoming NBA action either.

Every team has less than 20 games remaining on their schedule and plenty of playoff spots are still up for grabs. In the East, there are six teams fighting for the final three spots while, in the West, there are five sides battling for the final spot.

So get set for another big few days of NBA action!



JAZZ @ CAVALIERS

Friday, March 17, 9:00am (AEST) @ Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland.

  • Cleveland’s over/under this season is 37-29 compared to Utah’s 35-32.
  • The Cavaliers have lost four of their last six matches but have won eight of their last 10 NBA games on their home court.
  • Aussie star Dante Exum is coming off his best performance for the Jazz after scoring 22 points.
  • Utah Jazz star Rudy Gobert is fourth in the league for most rebounds (839) behind DeAndre Jordan, Andre Drummond and Hassan Whiteside.
  • The Jazz have won four of their last five NBA matches and four of their last six matches on the road.
  • Utah’s season win-loss record is 42-25 compared to Cleveland’s 44-22.
  • Utah’s record on the road is 19-13, while Cleveland’s home record is 26-7.
  • The Cavaliers average 111 points per game this season to be third most potent team in the NBA behind the Warriors and Rockets.
  • LeBron James is fifth in most assists per game in the NBA this season with 8.9.
  • Cleveland’s Kyle Korver has the second best 3-pointers shooting percentage (44.7) in the NBA behind Otto Porter Jr.

Utah Jazz v Cleveland Cavaliers | NBA | UBET



THUNDER @ RAPTORS

Friday, March 17, 9:00am (AEST) @ Air Canada Center, Toronto

  • Oklahoma City’s season win-loss record is 38-29 compared to Toronto’s 39-28.
  • The Thunder’s away win-loss record this season is 13-20.
  • Toronto’s win-loss record at home this season is 22-11.
  • DeMar DeRozan is fifth in most points per game in the NBA this season with 27.2.
  • Russell Westbrook, heading into this game, is the $2.25 second favourite to win the coveted NBA award as the regular season MVP award.
  • Both teams are coming off a victory with the Thunder currently enjoying a three-game winning streak.
  • Russell Westbrook leads the NBA in triple-doubles with 33 to his name; just seven off the NBA’s season record held by Oscar Robertson.
  • Westbrook’s season average is 31.8 points per game, 10.6 rebounds per game and 10.3 assists per game.
  • This is the first time in NBA history that there are three players (Westbrook, LeBron James and James Harden) who have registered 10 triple-doubles in a single season.
  • The Raptors do not have a player in the top 30 for turnovers this season.

Oklahoma City Thunder v Toronto Raptors | NBA | UBET