Golden State Warriors vs San Antonio Spurs
The injury depleted Warriors enter this game with a 1-0 series lead over the Spurs thanks to a Game 1 demolition of the Spurs. They will be looking to get through this series with as little fuss as possible and the focus is on Kevin Durant and company to get the job done. Gregg Popovich will try to slow the game down and force the Warriors into a scrappy contest but there is too much offensive quality here and this game should have plenty of points in it.
Anaheim Ducks vs San Jose Sharks
San Jose did their job in Anaheim taking advantage of some favourable matchups to jump out to a 2-0 series lead. They have a chance to sweep the Sharks with back to back home games and you have to fancy the chances of that happening. When you add in the regular season, the Sharks have won five of six meetings between these sides. Add in the 25 home wins they picked up throughout the season and I like them to pick up another victory here.
Tottenham vs Brighton and Hove Albion
No time for Tottenham to dwell on their loss to the Champions Manchester City last Saturday as they have this game to function as a tune up for their FA Cup Semi final this weekend. Brighton went down to a dogged Crystal Palace at the weekend and gave up three goals. Even with Tottenham likely putting out an understrength squad they should come away with a win here.