Three games are coming your way tonight for your entertainment. Here's a quick rundown of what to expect, and a rating of each game's "watchability" or entertainment level.
Game 6 - Raptors at Pacers (Raptors lead 3-2):
How fitting would it be if the Raptors could close this out in 6 for their main man Drake, a.k.a the "Six God". Considering Drake's latest album dropped today, this would be the perfect day for the Raptors to actually do what they are supposed to. Problem is, they won't. Paul George is back, and won't let his team go down on their home court. Get ready for a Game 7 in the 6 Drizzy.
It will be entertaining, but we can all expect what is going to happen here.
Game 6 - Heat at Hornets (Hornets lead 3-2):
The officiating at the end of game 5 in this series was absolutely atrocious. Frankly, the Heat should have won the game, or the game should have at least gone to overtime. Even Dwyane Wade's wife, Gabrielle Union, was critical of the officiating. It won't matter in game 6, as Michael Jordan's team will close the deal behind the steady guard play of Kemba Walker, Jeremy Lin, and Jeremy Lamb.
If this series goes to a game 7, the "watchability" will be off the scale. Game 5 was off the scale. This game should go to script.
Game 6 - Clippers at Blazers (Blazers lead 3-2):
Damian Lillard won't have to be "flu-game sick" in this game 6. This is a done deal, as the Clippers return to Portland decimated by injuries. Don't take anything away from the Blazers, as their togetherness, gritty play, and their ability to stay calm in pressure situations are all defining qualities of this team. Expect the Blazers to pull away in the 4th behind the hot shooting of Damian Lillard and CJ "3J" McCollum. Blazers-Warriors should be a wildly entertaining series.
If you're a fan of basketball, watching the Blazers play is always incredibly entertaining. The energy of the Moda Center is electric as well, with a raucous fan-base ready to party. Expect a celebration tonight after this team was left for dead once Lamarcus Aldridge bolted in the offseason.