Students watch a basketball game during the NBA playoffs. Teams normally play a total of 82 games during the season, but this season was shortened to 66 games as a result of a player  association lockout during the offseason. Cali Blodgett | Scroll Photography

Students share thoughts on NBA playoffs

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The NBA is getting more popular and on ESPN it has had its highest TV ratings, according to USA Today. Ratings are 10 percent over last year.

This popularity may be due to players such as LeBron James and Kevin Durant, both competing in this year’s playoffs.

“Watching Dirk Nowitzki take the Heat apart last year made a lot of people remember how much fun the NBA was to watch back when Michael Jordan was playing,” said Glaus. “It seems like more people are paying attention.”


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