While the NHL Playoffs are well and truly underway, the NBA still has two weeks left in their regular season.  Eventually, the NBA Playoffs will start as well, but until then ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV are saturating their airwaves with plenty of games that have playoff implications.  Highlights include an ESPN tripleheader on Saturday, although none of the games are overwhelmingly captivating.  The Lakers lead the way with four national appearences this week while the Celtics, Magic, and Clippers each appear three times.  

Monday April 16

Philadelphia 76ers @ Orlando Magic (NBA TV 7PM) Local Broadcast

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Los Angeles Clippers (NBA TV 10:30PM) Local Broadcast

Tuesday April 17

Boston Celtics @ New York Knicks (TNT 8PM) Kevin Harlan, Mike Fratello

San Antonio Spurs @ Los Angeles Lakers (TNT 10:30PM) Marv Albert, Steve Kerr, Reggie Miller

Wednesday April 18

Orlando Magic @ Boston Celtics (ESPN 8PM) Mike Tirico, Hubie Brown

Los Angeles Lakers @ Golden State Warriors (ESPN 10:30PM) Dan Shulman, Chris Mullin

Thursday April 19

Chicago Bulls @ Miami Heat (TNT 8PM) Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller

Los Angeles Clippers @ Phoenix Suns (TNT 10:30PM) Dick Stockton, Chris Webber

Friday April 20

Boston Celtics @ Atlanta Hawks (ESPN 7PM) Mark Jones, Doris Burke

Los Angeles Lakers @ San Antonio Spurs (ESPN 9:30) Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy

Saturday April 21

Denver Nuggets @ Phoenix Suns (ESPN 5:30PM) Dave Pasch, Bruce Bowen

Dallas Mavericks @ Chicago Bulls (ESPN 8PM) Mike Tirico, Hubie Brown

Orlando Magic @ Utah Jazz (ESPN 10:30PM) Terry Gannon, Chris Mullin

Sunday April 22

New York Knicks @ Atlanta Hawks (ESPN 1PM) Mark Jones, Doris Burke

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Los Angeles Lakers (ABC 3:30PM) Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy

Houston Rockets @ Miami Heat (NBA TV 6PM) Local Broadcast

New Orleans Hornets @ Los Angeles Clippers (NBA TV 9PM) Local Broadcast

H/T Sammy!

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