Exciting NBA Basketball Matches on April 15 – Game of 8
April 17, 2023
April 15 was fun and full of action, as eight teams sweat it all out on the court. The game was exciting and hooking as the series was tied between all eight teams, and let’s check out who is battled whom.
Brooklyn Nets Vs. Philadelphia 76ers
Atlanta Hawks Vs. Boston Celtics
New York Knicks Vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
Golden State Warriors Vs. Sacramento Kings
Let’s Talk About Each Game
Brooklyn Nets vs. Philadelphia 76ers
The Philadelphia 76ers and Spencer Dinwiddie’s Brooklyn Nets square off at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday. Philadelphia 76ers took the victory by 20 points. The result was 101 (Nets) – 121 (76ers).
Harden made all of the right moves against the Nets. The Beard made seven 3-pointers and had 23 points and 13 assists, NBA MVP finalist Embiid scored 26 points and the Philadelphia 76ers held off Mikal Bridges and the Brooklyn Nets for a 121-101 Game 1 victory on Saturday.
Atlanta Hawks vs. Boston Celtics
Trae Young and the Atlanta Hawks travelled to the TD Garden on Saturday, April 15, to face Jayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics. The Celtics grabbed the victory by 13 points as the score till the final second was 99 (Hawks) – 112 (Celtics).
Jaylen Brown scored 29 points and 12 rebounds, and the Boston Celtics took advantage of the Atlanta Hawks’ poor shooting effort to win 112-99 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference first-round series on Saturday.
New York Knicks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
Saturday’s NBA action saw RJ Barrett’s New York Knicks taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.
Brunson overcame foul trouble to score 21 of his 27 points in the second half, Randle returned from an ankle injury to add 19 – and a crucial final rebound – and the Knicks welcomed Cleveland back to the NBA playoffs by defeating the Cavaliers 101-97 in Game 1 on Saturday night.
New York’s season looks much brighter now that they are back to full strength after a worrying few weeks as the team won by a close number of 4 points.
Golden State Warriors vs. Sacramento Kings
Domantas Sabonis and the Sacramento Kings (48-34) host the Golden State Warriors (44-38) at Golden 1 Center on Saturday, April 15.
After Stephen Curry scored a corner 3-pointer with about four minutes left to give Golden State a 114-112 lead, the Kings answered with seven straight points, beginning with a 3-pointer from Fox.
Catch the Action At
Hulu is the platform to watch ESPN’s NBA Play-in tournament games. Hulu with Live TV subscribers also gets access to Disney+ and ESPN+ with two paid plans.
Sling TV is an exciting and progressive alternative to cable. Both Sling TV packages – Orange and Blue – include ESPN, MTV, NFL Network, and CNN.
YouTube TV is the perfect way to watch ESPN’s Play-In games. In addition to ESPN, YouTube TV’s channel list includes MSNBC, Food Network, TNT, AMC
Fubo TV allows subscribers to watch top channels like ESPN, CBS, ABC, and NBC without cable. Moreover, you can catch the action for free.