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The penultimate week of NBA action should reveal both the Western and Eastern Conference winners. Golden State is heavily favoured to win the west, while LeBron James’s Cavaliers are the most fancied to win the east.

In what can only be described as an NBA nut’s delight, the Spurs and Warriors will go head-to-head twice over the next week! Other matches of interest in the local LA battle, where the Clippers and Lakers take their grudge match to the Staples Center, but twice.

The Warriors are on track to break a host of records by the end of the regular season but Steph Curry’s crew won’t have it easy in what shapes as one of the most exciting finishes to a season in recent memory.



ROCKETS at MAVERICKS

Saturday, April 7, 11:30am (AEST) @ American Airlines Center, Dallas

  • James Harden (second most points of any player this season) leads the way for the Rockets in both points (28.7 per game) and assists (7.5 per game) this season, while Dwight Howard averages the most boards with 11.8 per game.
  • Dallas centre Dirk Nowitzki is his team’s leading point scorer, averaging 18.4 per game while Zaza Pachulia (9.7) leads the way with rebounds and Deron Williams’s 5.8 assists per game is a team high.
  • Houston’s total over/under record this season is 44/33, while the Mavericks’ is 40/37.
  • Dallas is on a four game winning streak – their second best of the season.
  • The Rockets won their last match against the Mavericks in Dallas earlier this season.

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SPURS at WARRIORS

Thursday, April 7, 12:30pm (AEST) @ Oracle Arena, California

  • A win over the Spurs would make the Warriors the first team in 20 years to have won 70 matches during the regular season.
  • Golden State has only lost two matches at Oracle Arena in their past 57 starts (including a last start loss to Minnesota).
  • San Antonio were last start losers in Oakland.
  • The Spurs have lost three of their last four matches away from home.
  • Golden State’s Steph Curry is the leading point-scorer in the competition, averaging just over 30 points per game.
  • The Warriors’ over/under record is 43/35, while the Spurs’ is 33/44.

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