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Betting Lines to Bet on 2004 Basketball Games

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Detroit Pistons 2004

At the Staples Center on Sunday, June 6, the tension will grow as the Los Angeles Lakers and the Detroit Pistons will try to win the best of seven, to become the 2004 NBA Champions. As stars like Jack Nicholson and many other Hollywood stars and fans will be sitting there courtside to watch these two teams battle it out. The two teams play twice at Staples Center before the best-of-seven series shifts to The Palace of Auburn Hills for Games 3, 4 and 5. This will be the Pistons first time since 1990 they have reached the Finals. Last time the Lakers and the Pistons were up against each other was back in 1988 and 1989 in the NBA finals, with Los Angeles heavily favored in its quest for a fourth championship in five years. The Pistons will have to come out strong and not be intimidated by the Lakers, by their roster of future Hall of Famers or their run of three straight NBA titles. This is expected to be a action packed battle for the NBA championship. Do not  miss out on the action, get your account funded and gets your betting needs for filled with Skytower  sportsbook and casino.

Lakers and Pistons will start the battle for the NBA championship on June 6th at the Staple Center.


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2004 NBA championship Game - Dates - Location - times

Game 1: Sun., June 6 at Los Angeles (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC)
Game 2: Tue., June 8 at Los Angeles (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC)
Game 3: Thu., June 10 at Detroit (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC)
Game 4: Sun., June 13 at Detroit (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC)
Game 5: Tue., June 15 at Detroit (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC)
Game 6: Thu., June 17 at Los Angeles (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC)
Game 7: Sun., June 20 at Los Angeles (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC)

Los Angeles Lakers & Detroit Pistons NBA final game results

Game 1 results at Staple center - Pistons 87   Lakers 75
Game 2 results at Staple Center - Pistons 89   Lakers 89 O/T Pistons 91 Lakers 99
Game 3 results at The Palace - Pistons 88   Lakers 68
Game 4 results at The Palace - Pistons 88   Lakers 80
Game 5 results at The Palace -
Game 6 results at Staple Center -
Game 7 results at Staple Center -

Learn about NBA Playoffs and finals

After 82 NBA games, April 14th the regular season will come to a end for 2003/2004. On April 17th  NBA Playoffs will begin.

16 teams qualify for the playoffs, 8 from the Eastern and 8 from the Western conferences. The two division winners in each conference will have the first seeding. The division winner with the best record is ranked Number 1. Remaining 6 teams are ranked according to their won-lost ratio.

In the Conference Semifinals, the winner of number 1 vs. number 8 plays the winner of number 4 vs. number 5, and the winner of number 2 vs. number 7 plays the winner of number 3 vs. number 6. The winners of the Conference Semifinals then meet in the Conference Finals. Winners in the Eastern and Western conferences advancing to the NBA Finals.

NBA Playoffs are best-of-7 games. This means, the team that is the first to win four games out of seven is the winner of that round. The First Round is played on a 2-2-1 basis. The Conference Semifinals and the Conference Finals are played in a 2-2-1-1-1 format. The NBA Finals are played on a 2-3-2 basis. Teams with the better record during the regular season gained home-court advantage.

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