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Pick of the Day – Cavaliers @ Pacers
Cleveland Cavaliers @ Indiana Pacers
Tuesday, March 27th – 3:30 PM ET
Just fresh out of their home arena, and on to the road, Labron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers travel to Indiana to try and take one from the Pacers. First games on a road trip are always important, but the Pacers need wins desperately. This game should be a good one. .
Bottom Line: I think the Pacers lose a grasp on their attention span on a gamely basis. Labron has been playing very well of late, and although Jermaine O’Neal has also been playing ball at an MVP caliber over the last few weeks, his running mates just don’t seem to believe. The last time these two NBA squads went at it, the Cavs won by an 11 point margin. Tonight, I’ll take them by 8 on the road in Indy.
Lucky’s Overall Record: 13-6-1
The Final Four is set and I must say the Buckeyes & Gators look as though they are about to have a rematch of the football championship game. I’m not going to look, but I’m willing to bet that feat is very rare. If that game did take place, it would be the Gators favored this time around, and I have a feeling, the underdog would take home the hardware once again. First and foremost, neither team has easily won their latest games, and I wouldn’t be stunned if either the Buckeyes or Gators failed to make it to the final dance, but if they do, one thing’s for sure, it will be one hell of a game. With the two Florida bigs, Joakim Noah & Al Horford roaming the middle against Greg Oden, I would expect Oden to be held in check. But when pressure is placed on the shoulders of the shoulders of Ron Lewis & Mike Connely Jr they step up and do work. If I had to bet, I’d put my money on the two clutch guards taking home the hardware.