Here's tonight's 2012 NBA Playoffs schedule, filled with four potential elimination games. But first, here's what went up on the site today:
- Bullet Nation In Exile ponders whether Rashard Lewis has any trade value. Lewis must be bought out by June 30 to lower his cap number from $23.9 million to $13 million, but there's still a chance a team in need of immediate cap space takes him on at the draft. A couple possibilities are pondered.
- Today's Better Know A Free Agent is Gerald Wallace.
- Today's #QUOTESANITY matchups feature another No. 1 seed going down and a lopsided 4-5 matchup.
- Jeff has today's links, including John Wall going to STAPLES Center to study both Chris Paul and Mike Conley.
Now, your playoff schedule. I'll once again be live-blogging on SBNation.com.
Game 5: Orlando Magic vs. Indiana Pacers: The Pacers can put the Magic out of their misery and end this thing tonight. (7 p.m., NBATV)
Game 5: Boston Celtics vs. Atlanta Hawks: It would be such a Hawks move to play really well and extend this series after the Game 4 blowout. (8 p.m., TNT)
Game 5: Philadelphia 76ers vs. Chicago Bulls: The Bulls' shocking run to the title starts here. (9:30 p.m., NBATV)
Game 5: Denver Nuggets vs. Los Angeles Lakers: Could this be our last chance to watch JaVale McGee for a while? (10:30 p.m., TNT)