The Eastern Conference seems far less interesting than the West, but still some intriguing match-ups in play.
The NBA regular season has come to an end and now we’ve got the marathon of playoff basketball to take us to Mid-June. The Western Conference was stacked as usual during the regular season and provides multiple options for teams that could end up representing in the Finals.
Three weeks left in the regular season, and the NBA playoff picture is starting to shape up. With that in mind let’s look at the potential first round match-ups and rank them from least interesting to most.
Phil Chenier Wizards broadcaster joined Ed and Steve to talk about the NBA All Star break.
Last night, like every NBA night, morphed into a sweaty, LeBron James symposium. And the firewall between factions is rather defined. He’s either a chump who cheated his team out of a win, or he’s a victim of fate or faulty wiring, a hardwood martyr who can’t get a break.
In a rematch of last years final which went 7 games, the San Antonio Spurs square off against the Miami Heat and Tony Parker and company hope to prevent LeBron and the Heat from winning their third consecutive NBA championship.
With their game 2 win on Wednesday, Duncan, Parker and Ginóbili set the all-time record for most all-time playoff wins by a trio.
Former NBA great Rick Barry talks about the NBA playoffs.
Roland Lazenby on his Michael Jordan autobiography.
Tony Massenburg talks with Ed and Steve about the Wizards and the NBA Playoffs.
1978 NBA Champion Phil Chenier talks the Washington Wizards playoff run
Baltimore and D.C. sportscaster Craig Heist joins Vinny and Rob to talk about the early playoff success of the Washington Wizards.