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As the league gears up for the in-season tournament final between the Pacers and Lakers on Saturday night with a crazy 13-game schedule, no time is better to secure $250 in total bonus bets to play one of the busiest daily schedules on the league calendar.
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Among some of the highlights on the NBA Friday calendar include:
In total, over a dozen games will be played prior to the league essentially shutting down for one night with the NBA In-Season Tournament Final from Las Vegas being the only show in town.
Over on the college basketball side of things, a Top 25 matchup between Illinois and Tennessee (both of which are schools within the scope of this ESPN BET promo) and Wisconsin-Arizona will headline the day.
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We’ll turn our attention over to South Philadelphia where the Sixers will host the Hawks as an 8-point favorite. You might think this could be a little bit of a letdown spot for the 76ers after Joel Embiid delivered a massive 50-point performance on Wednesday night against the Wizards. Not so.
In fact, Philadelphia, playing with its full complement of players for the first time in over a month, looked a little bit out of sync in the early going, even trailing the lowly 3-17 Wizards at the half. Though Philly was able to pull it together and edge out a win, it did fail to cover.
With a day of rest and some cohesion back in the mix as they play on their home court tonight, this one sets up for a potential rout.
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