SAD times for NBA fans as this is the last Sunday of the regular season. I’m making the most of it picking the results from each game with a little feature from the Masters.
Last Week: 9-7
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Toronto Raptors @ New York Knicks
KYLE Lowry has made a triumphant return from injury for the Raptors. Their AllS tar guard played 42 and 36 minutes his last two, showing no signs of the injury bothering him, which is bad news for the Knicks.
Verdict: Raptors W
Cleveland Cavaliers @ Atlanta Hawks
THESE two sides met on Friday night in one of the weirdest games of the season. With Atlanta sitting all five starters they still beat the Cavs in their own building. Expect Cleveland to bounce back.
Verdict: Cavaliers W
Oklahoma City Thunder @ Denver Nuggets
WESTRBOOK will now officially average a triple double for the season and is looking for his 42 triple double of the season, which would be the most by a player in a single season. He and the Thunder are rolling right now and the Nuggets are virtually out of the playoffs.
Verdict: Thunder W
Dallas Mavericks @ Phoenix Suns
SINCE the All Star break Tyler Ulis has been balling for the Suns. With the playoffs out a reach a youth movement was the obvious option for Phoenix and the young kids have stepped to the occasion. Expect them to take care of the Mavs.
Verdict: Suns W
Houston Rockets @ Sacramento Kings
THE Kings vs Rockets will be high scoring and very boring. Who all know who’s getting the W baring any Rockets resting.
Verdict: Rockets W
Detroit Pistons @ Memphis Grizzlies
TWO defensively oriented teams might not make for must watch basketball, but it should be close regardless. All aboard the Pistons causing an upset here.
Verdict: Pistons W
Minnesota Timberwolves @ Los Angeles Lakers
SUNDAY action concludes with two teams full of potential anda shit load of L’s. The Lakers need to lose as many games as possible to lock up a top three pick so they have very little reason to even show up here.
Verdict: Timberwolves W
Image from golf.com
DAY three of play at the 81st instalment of the Masters set up a Sunday classic. Both Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia hold the lead with -6, but Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth are ho on their heels. There are plenty of storylines to follow on the final days play, with some players vying for their first major victory and others looking to continue their dominance on the golfing realm. It’s still anyones game and expect it to go down to wire, but my money is on the 2015 champ and world #7 Jordan Spieth
Verdict: Spieth W