Nba live mobile playoffs – Washington takes game one

This game was a struggle to watch as both clubs shot terrible. Washington took 99 shots from the field making only 39 while Toronto took over 91 shots making only 34. Washington had a total of 61 rebounds with 19 on the offensive side.  Toronto led by four after the first quarter but Washington would change that very quickly taking a four-point halftime lead. Washington raised the lead to nine after three and look liked they would easily win game one. Toronto would not give up and forced overtime at 82 but could only manage two points in overtime to lose at home in game one to Washington 93-86.

Paul Pierce scored twenty points to pace all players. Washington also got 16 from Bradley Beal and 12 points and 13 rebounds for Nene Hilario. Amir Johnson led the Raptors with 18 points as the Bench for Toronto scored 48 points for the club. Game Two will be back in Toronto on Tuesday night. I look for Raptors to rebound and take game two with a seven-point win.

The Western Conference playoffs start with the #8 seed New Orleans Pelicans traveling to meet the #1 seed Golden State Warriors. The Warriors had the best rest season record for the NBA live mobile hack with a record of 67-15 while New Orleans comes in with a record of 45-37.

This series will be over early with Golden State sweeping New Orleans in four games. Led by Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson the Warriors should win every game by 7 or more. New Orleans is lead by Anthony Davis with is averaging a double-double with 24.4 ppg and 10.2 rpg. New Orleans does have seven players who average 9.0 ppg. Golden State has only five players averaging 9.0 ppg but Curry and Thompson both average over 20.0 points a game.

The 2019 NBA Playoffs starts with a 4-5 matchup in the Eastern Conference. The Washington Wizards come in as the fifth with a 46-36 regular season record. They will travel to meet the number four seed Toronto Raptors. Toronto finished the regular season with a 49-33 record.

Washington is led by point guard John Wall and Shooting guard Bradley Beal. Wall is averaging 17.6 points a game and 10.0 assists per game. Beal is averaging 15.3 points a game. Every starter averages at least ten points a game.

Toronto gets over 20 points a game from DeMar DeRozan and 17.8 from Kyle Lowry. Toronto comes in averaging 104.0 ppg while giving up 100.9 ppg. This matchup will be very close and everything points to Toronto advancing to the next round but I like Washington to win this series in six games. Game one for this nba live mobile hack is today and Toronto is favored by 4 but Washington will steal this game by six to take a 1-0 lead in series.