2024 NBA Postseason Rolls On


The NBA postseason continues tonight with two more games. Sunday saw the Indiana Pacers and Denver Nuggets both even up their playoff series at 2-2. Indiana used a solid all-around effort and beat the New York Knicks 121-89. Tyrese Haliburton led six Pacers players in double figures with 20 points. 

The Pacers also put forth an outstanding defensive effort, particularly on Knicks point guard Jalen Brunson. Aaron Nesmith has held Brunson to 9-for-27 shooting this NBA postseason. Indiana shot 57 percent yesterday and hit 14 three-pointers to tie the series after falling behind 2-0. 

2024 NBA Postseason Rolls On
Brunson has had a tough go against Nesmith this NBA postseason.

Denver also fell behind 2-0 in its series, losing the first two games on its home floor. Yesterday, Nikola Jokic erupted for 35 points and led the Nuggets to a 115-107 victory. Now, the series goes back to Denver on Tuesday night. The NBA postseason will continue through May and into June. The NBA Finals are scheduled to start on June 6.

What Happened on the Sports Hub Leaderboard

It was another great day for Sports Hub handicappers. The Top 5 – really the Top 7 – cappers all were perfect. Each of the seven is also a Sports Hub exclusive handicapper. All of our members have access to these and thousands of other picks each and every day. 

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Yesterday’s Top 5 was really a Top 7

Need NBA postseason picks? We’ve got ‘em. MLB picks? Check. Whatever your desire, we’ve got handicappers that can meet your needs on a daily basis. Check out what these guys did yesterday and keep in mind that we’ve got hundreds of handicappers that do this on a daily basis.

Here’s a look at yesterday.

  • Fergie rules: Robert Ferguson put together a perfect 4-0 day on Sunday. He showed his versatility, hitting two MLB picks, an NBA pick, and NHL pick. He totaled $400 in profits.
  • Acker is back: James Acker is another Sports Hub expert that has been in our Daily Top 5 quite often. He went 3-0 and earned $300 yesterday. He hit two MLB picks yesterday and has two more in the system already.
  • Taylor made: William Taylor also went 3-0 and won $300 yesterday. Willie T has been solid over the last month. He’s currently No. 3 on our 30-day leaderboard with $2357 in profits and a winning percentage of 63.74%.
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William Taylor is having a great month.
  • Quadruplets: Four of our Sports Hub experts went 2-0 and added another $200 to their bankrolls. Kyle Buchman, Evan Lewis, Al Grant, and Patrick Doyle were all perfect on their two picks yesterday. Patrick is now our No. 1 NBA handcapper over the last seven days. He does have an NBA postseason pick in the system for tonight. You’ll have to log in to see which game.

NBA Postseason Series Tied

Two NBA postseason series are now tied at 2-2 after yesterday’s games. The Wells Fargo and Myrtle Beach golf tournaments came to a close and the NFL has announced its kickoff game for 2024. 

Let’s recap.

  • McIlroy wins: Rory McIlroy shot a final round 65 to overtake Xander Schauffele and win the Wells Fargo Championship yesterday.
  • Myrtle Beach Classic: The other PGA Tour event last weekend also ended yesterday. Chris Gotterup led going into the final round and held on to win by six strokes.
  • Nuggets win: The Denver Nuggets won a second straight game in Minnesota to even up that series at two games apiece. The series swings back to Denver and is now a best-of-three.
  • Pacers win: Indiana also evened its NBA postseason series with the New York Knicks at two games apiece with a 121-89 victory on Sunday. Indiana shot 57 percent and hit 14 three-pointers. Jalen Brunson was held to just 18 points for the Knicks.
  • Ravens-Chiefs: The NFL announced its kickoff game for the 2024 season. Super Bowl champion Kansas City will host the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday, September 5, at 8 p.m. The rest of the 2024 NFL regular season schedule will be announced this Wednesday, May 15.

Two NBA Postseason Games Tonight

Nikola Jokic brought the defending champion Denver Nuggets back from a 2-0 deficit with 35 points in yesterday’s 115-107 win over Minnesota. That evens the series at 2-2 and sends it back to Denver on Tuesday night. 

There are two more NBA postseason games tonight as well as two more in the NHL. As is typical of a Monday at this time of the year, the schedule is a little lighter.

Let’s take a look.

  1. One NHL series could end tonight: The New York Rangers will play Game 5 against the Carolina Hurricanes at home tonight with a chance to end the series. The Rangers are up 3-1. That game starts at 7 p.m. and will be followed by Dallas at Colorado at 9:30 p.m. Dallas leads that series 2-1.
  2. Premier League winding down: Aston Villa hosts Liverpool in Premier League action today. The regular season ends this coming Sunday. 
  3. Elite soccer leagues seasons coming to an end: In addition to the Premier League, the world’s other elite soccer leagues are also nearing the end of their seasons. LaLiga and Serie A both end on May 26 and France’s Ligue 1 is done this coming Saturday.
  4. NBA postseason: The playoffs roll on with Boston at Cleveland tonight and Oklahoma City in Dallas. Both are Game 4s in their respective series. Boston leads Cleveland 2-1 and Dallas leads OKC 2-1.
  1. MLB card: All but two MLB teams will play today. Monday is often a travel day and day off for a few teams. The Dodgers and Giants start a three-game set in San Francisco tonight.
  2. ATP Tour: The third round of the Internazionali BNL d’Italia is underway. No. 2 seed Daniil Medvedev plays later today as does No. 4 Andrey Rublev.
  3. WTA Tour: No. 1 seed Iga Swiatek is playing in Round 4 in Rome. Second seed Aryna Sabalenka plays later today.
  4. Heads up: The 2024 WNBA season begins tomorrow night.

NBA Postseason Bracket Contest

If you entered the NBA postseason bracket contest, hopefully you are doing well. Each day here at Sports Hub, we provide bettors and handicappers a full rundown of the schedule complete with updated lines and odds. You can access that information right HERE.

Best of luck and we’ll announce a winner after the NBA Finals are completed in June.