Miami is feeling heat from Indiana in the NBA East
For the first time since LeBron James arrived in Miami, the Heat (35-14) have some serious competition in the Eastern Conference this season. Losers to the Heat in the East Final last year, the Indiana Pacers (39-11) are on track to set a franchise record for wins in a season. With a 23-9 season ending run the Pacers would finish at 62-20 topping their previous 61-21 mark set during the 2003-04 season. We like Indiana to win the East.
Clippers and Spurs try to track down the Thunder in the NBA West
Looking for their second straight Western Conference regular season title, Oklahoma City (41-12) currently owns the best overall record in the Association. Led by the best all-around player in the league, SF Kevin Durant, the Thunder continue to roll as they are keeping the San Antonio Spurs (37-14) and Los Angeles Clippers (36-18) off the top perch in the West. Lights out on their home court (23-3) – OKC wins the West.
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There is only one undefeated team left in the NFL. The Kansas City Chiefs have really exceeded my expectations to start the season, with a 5-0 record. That 5-0 does contain three road games, by the way. This weekend, they're at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers. How will they fair? Will the Steelers halt the NFL's longest winning streak, or will the Chiefs extend to 6-0? Keep reading to find out.
CBC is the place to be tonight. Lord, I can't believe I just said that. But, it's oddly appropriate for once. They have two absolutely fantastic games in a Hockey Night in Canada. First, the Toronto Maple Leafs throwdown against the Montréal Canadiens. And in the nightcap, the Ottawa Senators go up against the Edmonton Oilers. But right now, we’re only concerned with the Habs.
Seriously though. The schedule-makers hate the Montréal Canadiens. This has been a rough way to start the season. But if you were overly optimistic I guess you could say this is a chance for them to test their championship medal. The expectations are 100% focussed on the Stanley Cup this year. So a bit of adversity to start the year, and some challenging scheduling is a good thing, right? Right, right?
So this should be an interesting game. Both the Canadiens and the Rangers are coming off of losses they don’t want to talk about. So, maybe don’t bring them up around either team. Just sayin. I sort of love games where both teams are coming in angry. It leads to good old-fashioned punch-in-the-face hockey. So let’s get into this. Here are the lines and predictions for tonight’s game.