Basketball games today, April 23: What time are the NBA Playoffs tonight?

Boston Celtics forward Jayson TatumMandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports
Boston Celtics forward Jayson TatumMandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports /

The NBA playoffs are in full effect and there are a bunch of games taking place today that will surely keep basketball fans entertained.

This year’s NBA playoffs have been amazing. From buzzer-beaters to games coming down to the last second, the intensity of playoff basketball is what fans love and players have certainly been performing at a high level.

The NBA action continues with a mix of Game 3s and 4s taking place from some of the best team matchups fans have witnessed in the playoffs so far. Here are today’s matchups.

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Toronto Raptors, Game 4

The 76ers are on the verge of sweeping the Raptors. They have one more game in Toronto. Can they get it done or will the Raptors pull out a win to avoid getting swept? Find out tonight.

Game 4 is set to start at 2:00 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on TNT

Dallas Mavericks vs. Utah Jazz start time, TV channel, Game 4

The Mavericks have proved they can win games without their star Luka Doncic. After winning back-to-back games, they now have a shot to go up 3-1 in game 4.

Game 4 will begin at 4:30 p.m. ET on TNT.

Boston Celtics vs. Brooklyn Nets, Game 3

This Celtics-Nets matchup has been a treat. These two games have come down to the wire or the final quarter and fans are loving it. The series now shifts to Brooklyn and the Celtics have a chance to go up 3-0. Kevin Durant has not had a 30-point game yet, so it is possible that being home gives him the spark he needs to help change this series around.

Game 3 will tipoff at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN

Memphis Grizzlies vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, Game 4

These two young teams have been putting on a show. Memphis leads the series 2-1 but the Timberwolves have proven they will not go down without a fight. This game can go either way.

Game 4 begins at 10:00 p.m. ET on ESPN

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