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The young Heat vs 76ers sure didn’t look the part in Game 1 vs. the . They took their homecourt advantage in stride as the East’s No. 3 seed and made clear to the No. 6 Heat that there won’t be anything setting back this hot team.

This is going to be an interesting style difference. The 76ers are a fast defensive-minded team, while the Heat are a more grind-it-out-style team. And the 76ers are leaning on only a couple veterans with postseason experience, while the Heat are almost entirely postseason-tested. This series could be decided by whoever can control the pace on the floor, and, of course, Joel Embiid’s status will also be a major factor.

If the 76ers can carry their momentum from the regular season into the playoffs, then they’re going to be a dangerous team in the playoffs. They finished the regular season on a 16 game win streak. Embiid, if healthy, and Simmons are one of the NBA’s most dynamic duos. They have the third-best defense and fourth-best net rating in the NBA. They’re an easy favorite.

The Heat haven’t always been consistent, but their depth gives them a lot of versatility. Miami can gain an advantage if they control the pace, forcing Philadelphia to play slow, and use their bench as an advantage. A lot of teams shorten up their rotation in the playoffs. The Heat doesn’t have to do that. They can adjust to whatever Philadelphia is running and counter that.

According to SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh, the 76ers have a 14.3 percent chance to win the conference and a 3.8 percent chance to win it all. The Heat, on the other hand, has 1.2 percent chance to win the conference and a 0.5 percent chance to win the Finals. SportsLine will have game-by-game gambling advice for every playoff series here.

The Philadelphia 76ers, riding a historic 16-game win streak, host the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the 2018 NBA playoffs Saturday at 8 p.m. ET. The Sixers are seven-point favorites at home, while the over-under, or total points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 212, up two from the opening line.

Before picking either side, you need to read what SportsLine senior analyst Larry Hartstein — who has put together a sizzling run of his own — has to say.

The veteran NBA handicapper is on an epic hot streak when it comes to picking games involving the Heat, nailing 11 of 13 picks for a ridiculous 85 percent payout rate.

On Wednesday, the final day of the regular season, he nailed Miami (-4.5) against the Raptors, a 116-109 Heat victory. He also took Philly (-6.5) in a 130-95 trouncing of Milwaukee to secure the No. 3 seed.

Hartstein has examined every matchup, every player and every trend for Saturday’s showdown and locked in his pick.

He knows the 76ers have more momentum than any team entering the NBA playoffs — ever. The 76ers have won 16 straight, the longest win streak going into the playoffs in NBA history.

They’ll be without star center Joel Embiid for Game 1, but he missed the previous eight games, and Philly won them all. Ben Simmons has certainly been doing his part during this stretch, with five triple-doubles.

Miami, the No. 6 seed, has reason to be confident. The Heat split with the Sixers 2-2 during the regular season, each team winning its games at home. Oddly, Miami had a different leading scorer in each game — Kelly Olynyk, James Johnson, Dwyane Wade and Hassan Whiteside.

None of those players is named Goran Dragic, the team’s leading scorer at 17.3 points per game, who is expected to be fully recovered from a knee injury that has cost him games down the stretch.

In Heat wins, they held Simmons to 10.5 ppg. In Sixers wins, Simmons averaged 19. Against the spread, Miami is just 2-5 in its past seven. Philly is 11-3 but has failed to cover in three of four. Hartstein says the line in this game isn’t where it should be. He’s sharing why, and who to back, at SportsLine.

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The young Heat vs 76ers sure didn’t look the part in Game 1 vs. the . They took their homecourt advantage in stride as the East’s No. 3 seed and made clear to the No. 6 Heat that there won’t be anything setting back this hot team.

This is going to be an interesting style difference. The 76ers are a fast defensive-minded team, while the Heat are a more grind-it-out-style team. And the 76ers are leaning on only a couple veterans with postseason experience, while the Heat are almost entirely postseason-tested. This series could be decided by whoever can control the pace on the floor, and, of course, Joel Embiid’s status will also be a major factor.

If the 76ers can carry their momentum from the regular season into the playoffs, then they’re going to be a dangerous team in the playoffs. They finished the regular season on a 16 game win streak. Embiid, if healthy, and Simmons are one of the NBA’s most dynamic duos. They have the third-best defense and fourth-best net rating in the NBA. They’re an easy favorite.

The Heat haven’t always been consistent, but their depth gives them a lot of versatility. Miami can gain an advantage if they control the pace, forcing Philadelphia to play slow, and use their bench as an advantage. A lot of teams shorten up their rotation in the playoffs. The Heat doesn’t have to do that. They can adjust to whatever Philadelphia is running and counter that.

According to SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh, the 76ers have a 14.3 percent chance to win the conference and a 3.8 percent chance to win it all. The Heat, on the other hand, has 1.2 percent chance to win the conference and a 0.5 percent chance to win the Finals. SportsLine will have game-by-game gambling advice for every playoff series here.

The Philadelphia 76ers, riding a historic 16-game win streak, host the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the 2018 NBA playoffs Saturday at 8 p.m. ET. The Sixers are seven-point favorites at home, while the over-under, or total points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 212, up two from the opening line.

Before picking either side, you need to read what SportsLine senior analyst Larry Hartstein — who has put together a sizzling run of his own — has to say.

The veteran NBA handicapper is on an epic hot streak when it comes to picking games involving the Heat, nailing 11 of 13 picks for a ridiculous 85 percent payout rate.

On Wednesday, the final day of the regular season, he nailed Miami (-4.5) against the Raptors, a 116-109 Heat victory. He also took Philly (-6.5) in a 130-95 trouncing of Milwaukee to secure the No. 3 seed.

Hartstein has examined every matchup, every player and every trend for Saturday’s showdown and locked in his pick.

He knows the 76ers have more momentum than any team entering the NBA playoffs — ever. The 76ers have won 16 straight, the longest win streak going into the playoffs in NBA history.

They’ll be without star center Joel Embiid for Game 1, but he missed the previous eight games, and Philly won them all. Ben Simmons has certainly been doing his part during this stretch, with five triple-doubles.

Miami, the No. 6 seed, has reason to be confident. The Heat split with the Sixers 2-2 during the regular season, each team winning its games at home. Oddly, Miami had a different leading scorer in each game — Kelly Olynyk, James Johnson, Dwyane Wade and Hassan Whiteside.

None of those players is named Goran Dragic, the team’s leading scorer at 17.3 points per game, who is expected to be fully recovered from a knee injury that has cost him games down the stretch.

In Heat wins, they held Simmons to 10.5 ppg. In Sixers wins, Simmons averaged 19. Against the spread, Miami is just 2-5 in its past seven. Philly is 11-3 but has failed to cover in three of four. Hartstein says the line in this game isn’t where it should be. He’s sharing why, and who to back, at SportsLine.

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Way to Watch online Live 76ers vs Heat Streaming NBA Basketball 2018 PlayOffs Game Previews, series leads as the Raptors, Celtics and Pelicans all won Tuesday in their respective series.

The Raptors got things started by dropping 44 points on the Wizards in the first quarter, and eventually led by more than 20 points, thanks to some hot shooting from outside. The Wizards did make a valiant comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, but for most of the night it was all Raptors as they won 130-119 to take a 2-0 series lead for the first time in franchise history. DeMar DeRozan led the way with 37 points.

In the second game, the Celtics followed suit, beating the Bucks 120-106 to go up 2-0 in their series. Unlike the first game, which went down to the wire, this one was smooth sailing for the Celtics. They cruised to the double-digit victory, thanks to 15 turnovers by the Bucks and 30 points from Jaylen Brown, who became the youngest player in Celtics franchise history to score 30-plus points in a playoff game.

And in the third and final game, the Pelicans shocked the Blazers 111-102 to steal yet another road win to take their own 2-0 lead in the series. As things head back to New Orleans for Games 3 and 4, the Pels are in great shape to possibly sweep the Blazers. Much like Game 1, Tuesday night’s matchup was a tense affair which went down to the final minutes. And once again the Pelicans pulled it out, due in large part to a huge 3 by Rajon Rondo of all people. Jrue Holiday led the way for the Pels with a playoff career-high 33 points.

Below you’ll find everything you need to know from all three games, including highlights, updates and news.

Wednesday’s final NBA Playoff matchup starts at 9:30 p.m. ET and pits the Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves against one another in a series that started closer than many were expecting. The top-seeded Rockets were double-digit favorites in Game 1, but barely escaped with a three-point victory at home against this feisty opponent. The No. 8 seed T-Wolves will look to make some more noise this evening as a 10-point underdog. They could shock the world by picking up their first playoff victory in 13 years, although it won’t come easy against probable MVP James Harden—who dropped 44 points on Sunday—and the rest of this prolific Houston squad.

These all have the potential to be great games, but those looking for a little extra incentive to watch might be considering a wager or two on the potential outcomes. If you are planning to bet any of these contests and are looking for advice on which side to pick, then read on to find out which teams Jon Price of SportsInformationTraders.comhas a lean on tonight. Before getting to the Vegas pro’s best bet of the day, take a look at the full viewing schedule, start times, TV coverage, live stream info, updated odds and quick picks for tonight’s 2018 NBA Playoff action:

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Way to Watch online 76ers vs Heat Live Streaming NBA Basketball 2018 PlayOffs Game Previews, series leads as the Raptors, Celtics and Pelicans all won Tuesday in their respective series.

The Raptors got things started by dropping 44 points on the Wizards in the first quarter, and eventually led by more than 20 points, thanks to some hot shooting from outside. The Wizards did make a valiant comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, but for most of the night it was all Raptors as they won 130-119 to take a 2-0 series lead for the first time in franchise history. DeMar DeRozan led the way with 37 points.

In the second game, the Celtics followed suit, beating the Bucks 120-106 to go up 2-0 in their series. Unlike the first game, which went down to the wire, this one was smooth sailing for the Celtics. They cruised to the double-digit victory, thanks to 15 turnovers by the Bucks and 30 points from Jaylen Brown, who became the youngest player in Celtics franchise history to score 30-plus points in a playoff game.

And in the third and final game, the Pelicans shocked the Blazers 111-102 to steal yet another road win to take their own 2-0 lead in the series. As things head back to New Orleans for Games 3 and 4, the Pels are in great shape to possibly sweep the Blazers. Much like Game 1, Tuesday night’s matchup was a tense affair which went down to the final minutes. And once again the Pelicans pulled it out, due in large part to a huge 3 by Rajon Rondo of all people. Jrue Holiday led the way for the Pels with a playoff career-high 33 points.

Below you’ll find everything you need to know from all three games, including highlights, updates and news.

Wednesday’s final NBA Playoff matchup starts at 9:30 p.m. ET and pits the Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves against one another in a series that started closer than many were expecting. The top-seeded Rockets were double-digit favorites in Game 1, but barely escaped with a three-point victory at home against this feisty opponent. The No. 8 seed T-Wolves will look to make some more noise this evening as a 10-point underdog. They could shock the world by picking up their first playoff victory in 13 years, although it won’t come easy against probable MVP James Harden—who dropped 44 points on Sunday—and the rest of this prolific Houston squad.

These all have the potential to be great games, but those looking for a little extra incentive to watch might be considering a wager or two on the potential outcomes. If you are planning to bet any of these contests and are looking for advice on which side to pick, then read on to find out which teams Jon Price of SportsInformationTraders.comhas a lean on tonight. Before getting to the Vegas pro’s best bet of the day, take a look at the full viewing schedule, start times, TV coverage, live stream info, updated odds and quick picks for tonight’s 2018 NBA Playoff action:

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“We understand there’s a lot of work to do,” captain Joe Pavelski said. “Eliminating teams is always tough. That’s kind of where our mindset shifts, I think. We’ll see a few things that we can do better, and a few things we’re doing well. That commitment from us is going to go a long way to stay with what we’re doing.”Right now just about everything is working for the Sharks, who had eight goal-scorers in the highest-scoring playoff game in franchise history and got a 45-save performance from Martin Jones.San Jose used its superior speed to create odd-man rushes that paid off when Donskoi scored and then set up Marcus Sorensen in the opening four minutes of the second period and then turned the game into a laugher with four power-play goals after the Ducks spent most of their energy slashing and cross-checking.

“They can take as many of those as they want to, we’ll take the power plays,” coach Peter DeBoer said. “They take penalties, that’s a fact. During the season they do and we anticipated that it would be like that in the playoffs and it has been. It’s on us to make them pay for making those plays and decisions, and we have.Eric Fehr and Tomas Hertl added goals later in the second to turn this all-California series into a rout. Logan Couture had a goal and two assists, Pavelski, Evander Kane and Timo Meier scored power-play goals in the third period, for the Sharks, who have outscored the Ducks 14-3 through the first three games of the first-round series.San Jose will look to complete the sweep in Game 4 at home Wednesday night. Only four NHL teams have lost a best-of-seven series after winning the first three games with the Sharks the last to do it in 2014 in the first round against Los Angeles.

Rickard Rakell scored a power-play goal but the Ducks once again looked a step slow against the speedier Sharks. Anaheim has scored three goals all series, including just one at even strength.John Gibson allowed five goals on 24 shots before being pulled after two periods. Ryan Miller allowed three power-play goals in the third.”From my perspective it’s hard to forget what we just did. Very undisciplined, very disappointed in our reaction in the hockey game,” Ducks coach Randy Carlyle said. “Those are the things we have to address. We’re not going to get yourself any kind of opportunity to take the number of penalties we took, and I call them selfish penalties.”The game turned early in the second after Brandon Montour fell near centre ice, giving the Sharks a two on one. Donskoi converted on a give-and-go with Evander Kane and San Jose was off to the races.Donskoi then set up the next goal on another odd-man rush when he fed Sorensen, who faked a forehand and then beat Gibson with a backhand on a similar move that led to goals for Kane and Couture in the first two games.

Jones then made a big stop on Rakell from the slot to preserve the two-goal lead and Fehr helped put the game away when he skated through two defenders and beat Gibson up high to make it 4-1.Then the Ducks started their parade to the penalty box and the Sharks capitalized.Fresh off the two wins in Anaheim, the Sharks were greeted by a frenzied crowd that sparked them to a fast start. Mikkel Boedker got things started when he used his speed to get around Hampus Lindholm and feed an open Couture in the slot for the tap-in into the open net.Anaheim answered when Rakell got his first point of the series when he scored on a one-timer on the power play.A four-goal second period helped the San Jose Sharks to a 8-1 win over the Anaheim Ducks, in their first game on home ice. The victory gives them a 3-0 series lead in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

These two California rivals battled it out in the first two games, but as the series shifted to San Jose on Monday night, the Ducks were in desperation mode. Unfortunately, the Sharks set the tone from puck drop and put pressure on the Ducks.The home team struck first as Mikkel Boedker outskated defenseman Hampus Lindholm to set up Logan Couture, netting his second goal of the series.SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – Joonas Donskoi scored one goal and set up another to start a four-goal barrage in the second period and the San Jose Sharks raced past Anaheim for the third straight game, beating the Ducks 8-1 on Monday night for a 3-0 series lead.The Sharks used their superior speed to create odd-man rushes that paid off when Donskoi scored and then set up Marcus Sorensen in the opening four minutes of the second period to seize control of the game and series.

Eric Fehr and Tomas Hertl added goals later in the second to turn this all-California series into a rout. Logan Couture had a goal and two assists, Joe Pavelski, Evander Kane and Timo Meier scored power-play goals in the third period, for the Sharks, who have outscored the Ducks 14-3 through the first three games of the first-round series.Martin Jones made 45 saves, the most for a Sharks goalie in a regulation playoff game.San Jose will look to complete the sweep in Game 4 at home Wednesday night. Only four NHL teams have lost a best-of-seven series after winning the first three games with the Sharks the last to do it in 2014 in the first round against Los Angeles.Rickard Rakell scored a power-play goal but the Ducks once again looked a step slow against the speedier Sharks. Anaheim has scored three goals all series, including just one at even strength.John Gibson allowed five goals on 24 shots being pulled after two periods.

The game turned early in the second after Brandon Montour fell near center ice, giving the Sharks a two on one. Donskoi converted on a give-and-go with Evander Kane and San Jose was off to the races.Donskoi then set up the next goal on another odd-man rush when he fed Sorensen, who faked a forehand and then beat Gibson with a backhand on a similar move that led to goals for Kane and Couture in the first two games.Jones then made a big stop on Rakell from the slot to preserve the two-goal lead and Fehr helped put the game away when he skated through two defenders and beat Gibson up high to make it 4-1.That led to some predictable frustration for the Ducks and Nick Ritchie got into a scrum in front of the San Jose net with Dylan DeMelo, giving the Sharks a power play.A slash by Francois Beauchemin gave San Jose a brief two-man advantage and Hertl converted on the power play after the first penalty ended to make it 5-1.

Pavelski, Kane and Meier scored in the third against Ryan Miller.Fresh off the two wins in Anaheim, the Sharks were greeted by a frenzied crowd that sparked them to a fast start. Mikkel Boedker got things started when he used his speed to get around Hampus Lindholm and feed an open Couture in the slot for the tap-in into the open net.San Jose maintained the pressure but Gibson stopped Chris Tierney on a breakaway and the Ducks then killed a penalty. That seemed to turn things in Anaheim’s favor as Timo Meier was sent to the box for San Jose and the Ducks capitalized.Rakell, held to no points and two shots the first two games after scoring 34 goals in the regular season, took a pass in the faceoff circle from Brandon Montour and sent a one-timer off the far post and into the net for the equalizer.NOTES: D Andy Welinski was back in the lineup for the Ducks after being scratched in Game 2 for Kevin Bieksa. … F Jason Chimera got his first action of the series for Anaheim in place of Antoine Vermette. … Sharks C Joe Thornton, who has been out since Jan. 23 with a knee injury, took part in pregame warmups once again but isn’t ready to play.

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“We understand there’s a lot of work to do,” captain Joe Pavelski said. “Eliminating teams is always tough. That’s kind of where our mindset shifts, I think. We’ll see a few things that we can do better, and a few things we’re doing well. That commitment from us is going to go a long way to stay with what we’re doing.”Right now just about everything is working for the Sharks, who had eight goal-scorers in the highest-scoring playoff game in franchise history and got a 45-save performance from Martin Jones.San Jose used its superior speed to create odd-man rushes that paid off when Donskoi scored and then set up Marcus Sorensen in the opening four minutes of the second period and then turned the game into a laugher with four power-play goals after the Ducks spent most of their energy slashing and cross-checking.

“They can take as many of those as they want to, we’ll take the power plays,” coach Peter DeBoer said. “They take penalties, that’s a fact. During the season they do and we anticipated that it would be like that in the playoffs and it has been. It’s on us to make them pay for making those plays and decisions, and we have.Eric Fehr and Tomas Hertl added goals later in the second to turn this all-California series into a rout. Logan Couture had a goal and two assists, Pavelski, Evander Kane and Timo Meier scored power-play goals in the third period, for the Sharks, who have outscored the Ducks 14-3 through the first three games of the first-round series.San Jose will look to complete the sweep in Game 4 at home Wednesday night. Only four NHL teams have lost a best-of-seven series after winning the first three games with the Sharks the last to do it in 2014 in the first round against Los Angeles.

Rickard Rakell scored a power-play goal but the Ducks once again looked a step slow against the speedier Sharks. Anaheim has scored three goals all series, including just one at even strength.John Gibson allowed five goals on 24 shots before being pulled after two periods. Ryan Miller allowed three power-play goals in the third.”From my perspective it’s hard to forget what we just did. Very undisciplined, very disappointed in our reaction in the hockey game,” Ducks coach Randy Carlyle said. “Those are the things we have to address. We’re not going to get yourself any kind of opportunity to take the number of penalties we took, and I call them selfish penalties.”The game turned early in the second after Brandon Montour fell near centre ice, giving the Sharks a two on one. Donskoi converted on a give-and-go with Evander Kane and San Jose was off to the races.Donskoi then set up the next goal on another odd-man rush when he fed Sorensen, who faked a forehand and then beat Gibson with a backhand on a similar move that led to goals for Kane and Couture in the first two games.

Jones then made a big stop on Rakell from the slot to preserve the two-goal lead and Fehr helped put the game away when he skated through two defenders and beat Gibson up high to make it 4-1.Then the Ducks started their parade to the penalty box and the Sharks capitalized.Fresh off the two wins in Anaheim, the Sharks were greeted by a frenzied crowd that sparked them to a fast start. Mikkel Boedker got things started when he used his speed to get around Hampus Lindholm and feed an open Couture in the slot for the tap-in into the open net.Anaheim answered when Rakell got his first point of the series when he scored on a one-timer on the power play.A four-goal second period helped the San Jose Sharks to a 8-1 win over the Anaheim Ducks, in their first game on home ice. The victory gives them a 3-0 series lead in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

These two California rivals battled it out in the first two games, but as the series shifted to San Jose on Monday night, the Ducks were in desperation mode. Unfortunately, the Sharks set the tone from puck drop and put pressure on the Ducks.The home team struck first as Mikkel Boedker outskated defenseman Hampus Lindholm to set up Logan Couture, netting his second goal of the series.SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – Joonas Donskoi scored one goal and set up another to start a four-goal barrage in the second period and the San Jose Sharks raced past Anaheim for the third straight game, beating the Ducks 8-1 on Monday night for a 3-0 series lead.The Sharks used their superior speed to create odd-man rushes that paid off when Donskoi scored and then set up Marcus Sorensen in the opening four minutes of the second period to seize control of the game and series.

Eric Fehr and Tomas Hertl added goals later in the second to turn this all-California series into a rout. Logan Couture had a goal and two assists, Joe Pavelski, Evander Kane and Timo Meier scored power-play goals in the third period, for the Sharks, who have outscored the Ducks 14-3 through the first three games of the first-round series.Martin Jones made 45 saves, the most for a Sharks goalie in a regulation playoff game.San Jose will look to complete the sweep in Game 4 at home Wednesday night. Only four NHL teams have lost a best-of-seven series after winning the first three games with the Sharks the last to do it in 2014 in the first round against Los Angeles.Rickard Rakell scored a power-play goal but the Ducks once again looked a step slow against the speedier Sharks. Anaheim has scored three goals all series, including just one at even strength.John Gibson allowed five goals on 24 shots being pulled after two periods.

The game turned early in the second after Brandon Montour fell near center ice, giving the Sharks a two on one. Donskoi converted on a give-and-go with Evander Kane and San Jose was off to the races.Donskoi then set up the next goal on another odd-man rush when he fed Sorensen, who faked a forehand and then beat Gibson with a backhand on a similar move that led to goals for Kane and Couture in the first two games.Jones then made a big stop on Rakell from the slot to preserve the two-goal lead and Fehr helped put the game away when he skated through two defenders and beat Gibson up high to make it 4-1.That led to some predictable frustration for the Ducks and Nick Ritchie got into a scrum in front of the San Jose net with Dylan DeMelo, giving the Sharks a power play.A slash by Francois Beauchemin gave San Jose a brief two-man advantage and Hertl converted on the power play after the first penalty ended to make it 5-1.

Pavelski, Kane and Meier scored in the third against Ryan Miller.Fresh off the two wins in Anaheim, the Sharks were greeted by a frenzied crowd that sparked them to a fast start. Mikkel Boedker got things started when he used his speed to get around Hampus Lindholm and feed an open Couture in the slot for the tap-in into the open net.San Jose maintained the pressure but Gibson stopped Chris Tierney on a breakaway and the Ducks then killed a penalty. That seemed to turn things in Anaheim’s favor as Timo Meier was sent to the box for San Jose and the Ducks capitalized.Rakell, held to no points and two shots the first two games after scoring 34 goals in the regular season, took a pass in the faceoff circle from Brandon Montour and sent a one-timer off the far post and into the net for the equalizer.NOTES: D Andy Welinski was back in the lineup for the Ducks after being scratched in Game 2 for Kevin Bieksa. … F Jason Chimera got his first action of the series for Anaheim in place of Antoine Vermette. … Sharks C Joe Thornton, who has been out since Jan. 23 with a knee injury, took part in pregame warmups once again but isn’t ready to play.

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“We understand there’s a lot of work to do,” captain Joe Pavelski said. “Eliminating teams is always tough. That’s kind of where our mindset shifts, I think. We’ll see a few things that we can do better, and a few things we’re doing well. That commitment from us is going to go a long way to stay with what we’re doing.”Right now just about everything is working for the Sharks, who had eight goal-scorers in the highest-scoring playoff game in franchise history and got a 45-save performance from Martin Jones.San Jose used its superior speed to create odd-man rushes that paid off when Donskoi scored and then set up Marcus Sorensen in the opening four minutes of the second period and then turned the game into a laugher with four power-play goals after the Ducks spent most of their energy slashing and cross-checking.

“They can take as many of those as they want to, we’ll take the power plays,” coach Peter DeBoer said. “They take penalties, that’s a fact. During the season they do and we anticipated that it would be like that in the playoffs and it has been. It’s on us to make them pay for making those plays and decisions, and we have.Eric Fehr and Tomas Hertl added goals later in the second to turn this all-California series into a rout. Logan Couture had a goal and two assists, Pavelski, Evander Kane and Timo Meier scored power-play goals in the third period, for the Sharks, who have outscored the Ducks 14-3 through the first three games of the first-round series.San Jose will look to complete the sweep in Game 4 at home Wednesday night. Only four NHL teams have lost a best-of-seven series after winning the first three games with the Sharks the last to do it in 2014 in the first round against Los Angeles.

Rickard Rakell scored a power-play goal but the Ducks once again looked a step slow against the speedier Sharks. Anaheim has scored three goals all series, including just one at even strength.John Gibson allowed five goals on 24 shots before being pulled after two periods. Ryan Miller allowed three power-play goals in the third.”From my perspective it’s hard to forget what we just did. Very undisciplined, very disappointed in our reaction in the hockey game,” Ducks coach Randy Carlyle said. “Those are the things we have to address. We’re not going to get yourself any kind of opportunity to take the number of penalties we took, and I call them selfish penalties.”The game turned early in the second after Brandon Montour fell near centre ice, giving the Sharks a two on one. Donskoi converted on a give-and-go with Evander Kane and San Jose was off to the races.Donskoi then set up the next goal on another odd-man rush when he fed Sorensen, who faked a forehand and then beat Gibson with a backhand on a similar move that led to goals for Kane and Couture in the first two games.

Jones then made a big stop on Rakell from the slot to preserve the two-goal lead and Fehr helped put the game away when he skated through two defenders and beat Gibson up high to make it 4-1.Then the Ducks started their parade to the penalty box and the Sharks capitalized.Fresh off the two wins in Anaheim, the Sharks were greeted by a frenzied crowd that sparked them to a fast start. Mikkel Boedker got things started when he used his speed to get around Hampus Lindholm and feed an open Couture in the slot for the tap-in into the open net.Anaheim answered when Rakell got his first point of the series when he scored on a one-timer on the power play.A four-goal second period helped the San Jose Sharks to a 8-1 win over the Anaheim Ducks, in their first game on home ice. The victory gives them a 3-0 series lead in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

These two California rivals battled it out in the first two games, but as the series shifted to San Jose on Monday night, the Ducks were in desperation mode. Unfortunately, the Sharks set the tone from puck drop and put pressure on the Ducks.The home team struck first as Mikkel Boedker outskated defenseman Hampus Lindholm to set up Logan Couture, netting his second goal of the series.SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – Joonas Donskoi scored one goal and set up another to start a four-goal barrage in the second period and the San Jose Sharks raced past Anaheim for the third straight game, beating the Ducks 8-1 on Monday night for a 3-0 series lead.The Sharks used their superior speed to create odd-man rushes that paid off when Donskoi scored and then set up Marcus Sorensen in the opening four minutes of the second period to seize control of the game and series.

Eric Fehr and Tomas Hertl added goals later in the second to turn this all-California series into a rout. Logan Couture had a goal and two assists, Joe Pavelski, Evander Kane and Timo Meier scored power-play goals in the third period, for the Sharks, who have outscored the Ducks 14-3 through the first three games of the first-round series.Martin Jones made 45 saves, the most for a Sharks goalie in a regulation playoff game.San Jose will look to complete the sweep in Game 4 at home Wednesday night. Only four NHL teams have lost a best-of-seven series after winning the first three games with the Sharks the last to do it in 2014 in the first round against Los Angeles.Rickard Rakell scored a power-play goal but the Ducks once again looked a step slow against the speedier Sharks. Anaheim has scored three goals all series, including just one at even strength.John Gibson allowed five goals on 24 shots being pulled after two periods.

The game turned early in the second after Brandon Montour fell near center ice, giving the Sharks a two on one. Donskoi converted on a give-and-go with Evander Kane and San Jose was off to the races.Donskoi then set up the next goal on another odd-man rush when he fed Sorensen, who faked a forehand and then beat Gibson with a backhand on a similar move that led to goals for Kane and Couture in the first two games.Jones then made a big stop on Rakell from the slot to preserve the two-goal lead and Fehr helped put the game away when he skated through two defenders and beat Gibson up high to make it 4-1.That led to some predictable frustration for the Ducks and Nick Ritchie got into a scrum in front of the San Jose net with Dylan DeMelo, giving the Sharks a power play.A slash by Francois Beauchemin gave San Jose a brief two-man advantage and Hertl converted on the power play after the first penalty ended to make it 5-1.

Pavelski, Kane and Meier scored in the third against Ryan Miller.Fresh off the two wins in Anaheim, the Sharks were greeted by a frenzied crowd that sparked them to a fast start. Mikkel Boedker got things started when he used his speed to get around Hampus Lindholm and feed an open Couture in the slot for the tap-in into the open net.San Jose maintained the pressure but Gibson stopped Chris Tierney on a breakaway and the Ducks then killed a penalty. That seemed to turn things in Anaheim’s favor as Timo Meier was sent to the box for San Jose and the Ducks capitalized.Rakell, held to no points and two shots the first two games after scoring 34 goals in the regular season, took a pass in the faceoff circle from Brandon Montour and sent a one-timer off the far post and into the net for the equalizer.NOTES: D Andy Welinski was back in the lineup for the Ducks after being scratched in Game 2 for Kevin Bieksa. … F Jason Chimera got his first action of the series for Anaheim in place of Antoine Vermette. … Sharks C Joe Thornton, who has been out since Jan. 23 with a knee injury, took part in pregame warmups once again but isn’t ready to play.

Trail Blazers vs Pelicans

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The Raptors got things started by dropping 44 points on the Wizards in the first quarter, and eventually led by more than 20 points, thanks to some hot shooting from outside. The Wizards did make a valiant comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, but for most of the night it was all Raptors as they won 130-119 to take a 2-0 series lead for the first time in franchise history. DeMar DeRozan led the way with 37 points.

In the second game, the Celtics followed suit, beating the Bucks 120-106 to go up 2-0 in their series. Unlike the first game, which went down to the wire, this one was smooth sailing for the Celtics. They cruised to the double-digit victory, thanks to 15 turnovers by the Bucks and 30 points from Jaylen Brown, who became the youngest player in Celtics franchise history to score 30-plus points in a playoff game.

And in the third and final game, the Pelicans shocked the Blazers 111-102 to steal yet another road win to take their own 2-0 lead in the series. As things head back to New Orleans for Games 3 and 4, the Pels are in great shape to possibly sweep the Blazers. Much like Game 1, Tuesday night’s matchup was a tense affair which went down to the final minutes. And once again the Pelicans pulled it out, due in large part to a huge 3 by Rajon Rondo of all people. Jrue Holiday led the way for the Pels with a playoff career-high 33 points.

Below you’ll find everything you need to know from all three games, including highlights, updates and news.

Wednesday’s final NBA Playoff matchup starts at 9:30 p.m. ET and pits the Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves against one another in a series that started closer than many were expecting. The top-seeded Rockets were double-digit favorites in Game 1, but barely escaped with a three-point victory at home against this feisty opponent. The No. 8 seed T-Wolves will look to make some more noise this evening as a 10-point underdog. They could shock the world by picking up their first playoff victory in 13 years, although it won’t come easy against probable MVP James Harden—who dropped 44 points on Sunday—and the rest of this prolific Houston squad.

These all have the potential to be great games, but those looking for a little extra incentive to watch might be considering a wager or two on the potential outcomes. If you are planning to bet any of these contests and are looking for advice on which side to pick, then read on to find out which teams Jon Price of SportsInformationTraders.comhas a lean on tonight. Before getting to the Vegas pro’s best bet of the day, take a look at the full viewing schedule, start times, TV coverage, live stream info, updated odds and quick picks for tonight’s 2018 NBA Playoff action:

76ers vs Heat

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The Raptors got things started by dropping 44 points on the Wizards in the first quarter, and eventually led by more than 20 points, thanks to some hot shooting from outside. The Wizards did make a valiant comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, but for most of the night it was all Raptors as they won 130-119 to take a 2-0 series lead for the first time in franchise history. DeMar DeRozan led the way with 37 points.

In the second game, the Celtics followed suit, beating the Bucks 120-106 to go up 2-0 in their series. Unlike the first game, which went down to the wire, this one was smooth sailing for the Celtics. They cruised to the double-digit victory, thanks to 15 turnovers by the Bucks and 30 points from Jaylen Brown, who became the youngest player in Celtics franchise history to score 30-plus points in a playoff game.

And in the third and final game, the Pelicans shocked the Blazers 111-102 to steal yet another road win to take their own 2-0 lead in the series. As things head back to New Orleans for Games 3 and 4, the Pels are in great shape to possibly sweep the Blazers. Much like Game 1, Tuesday night’s matchup was a tense affair which went down to the final minutes. And once again the Pelicans pulled it out, due in large part to a huge 3 by Rajon Rondo of all people. Jrue Holiday led the way for the Pels with a playoff career-high 33 points.

Below you’ll find everything you need to know from all three games, including highlights, updates and news.

Wednesday’s final NBA Playoff matchup starts at 9:30 p.m. ET and pits the Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves against one another in a series that started closer than many were expecting. The top-seeded Rockets were double-digit favorites in Game 1, but barely escaped with a three-point victory at home against this feisty opponent. The No. 8 seed T-Wolves will look to make some more noise this evening as a 10-point underdog. They could shock the world by picking up their first playoff victory in 13 years, although it won’t come easy against probable MVP James Harden—who dropped 44 points on Sunday—and the rest of this prolific Houston squad.

These all have the potential to be great games, but those looking for a little extra incentive to watch might be considering a wager or two on the potential outcomes. If you are planning to bet any of these contests and are looking for advice on which side to pick, then read on to find out which teams Jon Price of SportsInformationTraders.comhas a lean on tonight. Before getting to the Vegas pro’s best bet of the day, take a look at the full viewing schedule, start times, TV coverage, live stream info, updated odds and quick picks for tonight’s 2018 NBA Playoff action:

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The Raptors got things started by dropping 44 points on the Wizards in the first quarter, and eventually led by more than 20 points, thanks to some hot shooting from outside. The Wizards did make a valiant comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, but for most of the night it was all Raptors as they won 130-119 to take a 2-0 series lead for the first time in franchise history. DeMar DeRozan led the way with 37 points.

In the second game, the Celtics followed suit, beating the Bucks 120-106 to go up 2-0 in their series. Unlike the first game, which went down to the wire, this one was smooth sailing for the Celtics. They cruised to the double-digit victory, thanks to 15 turnovers by the Bucks and 30 points from Jaylen Brown, who became the youngest player in Celtics franchise history to score 30-plus points in a playoff game.

And in the third and final game, the Pelicans shocked the Blazers 111-102 to steal yet another road win to take their own 2-0 lead in the series. As things head back to New Orleans for Games 3 and 4, the Pels are in great shape to possibly sweep the Blazers. Much like Game 1, Tuesday night’s matchup was a tense affair which went down to the final minutes. And once again the Pelicans pulled it out, due in large part to a huge 3 by Rajon Rondo of all people. Jrue Holiday led the way for the Pels with a playoff career-high 33 points.

Below you’ll find everything you need to know from all three games, including highlights, updates and news.

Wednesday’s final NBA Playoff matchup starts at 9:30 p.m. ET and pits the Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves against one another in a series that started closer than many were expecting. The top-seeded Rockets were double-digit favorites in Game 1, but barely escaped with a three-point victory at home against this feisty opponent. The No. 8 seed T-Wolves will look to make some more noise this evening as a 10-point underdog. They could shock the world by picking up their first playoff victory in 13 years, although it won’t come easy against probable MVP James Harden—who dropped 44 points on Sunday—and the rest of this prolific Houston squad.

These all have the potential to be great games, but those looking for a little extra incentive to watch might be considering a wager or two on the potential outcomes. If you are planning to bet any of these contests and are looking for advice on which side to pick, then read on to find out which teams Jon Price of SportsInformationTraders.comhas a lean on tonight. Before getting to the Vegas pro’s best bet of the day, take a look at the full viewing schedule, start times, TV coverage, live stream info, updated odds and quick picks for tonight’s 2018 NBA Playoff action: