The 2014 NBA playoffs live stream and TV coverage continues Monday with two games on the schedule, including the San Antonio Spurs taking on the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 4 of the Western semi-finals. It's win or go home for the Trail Blazers tonight as they have dug themselves in to an 0-3 hole against a Spurs team that is playing very well right now. Before the Spurs and Blazers suit up, fans can catch more NBA live streaming action when the Heat and Nets square off at 8 p.m. ET.
According to a Sportsline report on May 12, home-court didn't help Portland in Game 3 as the Spurs once again were too much for the Blazers as they rolled once again to a 118-103 win, taking a commanding 3-0 series lead into tonight's Game 4. Tony Parker scored 29 points and had that MVP look about him once again in Game 3, which is not good news for Portland. Parker has now scored 29 or more points in three of his last four playoff games.
Spurs head coach Greg Popovich knows right now Parker is unstoppable. Hopefully for Spurs fans Parker will be on fire once again as San Antonio looks to end this best-of-seven series tonight.
"He's been the engine for us," Popovich said. "He started out really well tonight. He made shots, he involved everybody else. He was playing great D at the other end. He's really playing a whole complete game."
The Spurs have been jumping on Portland in every game so far in the Western semi-finals. San Antonio led by as many as 23 points in the first half of Game 3, taking the fired up home crowd out of the game early.
Coming back from 0-3 in any sport is tough, but the cliche is true. Portland has to take things one game at a time. Actually in their case, just starting a game off and not trailing by double digits would be a step in the right direction.
Las Vegas odds makers have San Antonio as a 5 point favorite, with the over/under number set at 212. Fans can catch all of the action for this big Game 4 live on TNT nationally and streaming live online through TNT drama.com. The game is scheduled to tip off at 10:30 p.m. ET.