On Thursday night, basketball fans get a doubleheader of NBA Playoffs action to enjoy. The Toronto Raptors and Milwaukee Bucks will square off in the first matchup, while San Antonio and Memphis will play in the later game. Both will be Game 6 meetings with the visiting teams looking for the big win to move on to the next round. However, the two home teams will hope to send their series to a deciding Game 7. Here's the latest look at what's coming up on Thursday night's slate from the NBA playoffs 2017 games.

Toronto vs. Milwaukee

The Toronto Raptors are on the verge of advancing to the second round in the Eastern Conference.

With a 3-2 lead heading into Milwaukee, tonight's their chance to eliminate the Bucks. However, "The Greek Freak" and his supporting cast will try to grab a big win to make it a full seven games.

While the Bucks took Game 1 in a surprising fashion and also won Game 3 in a rout, they've lost the last two games which has Toronto up 3-2. The Raptors' Game 5 win saw unlikely hero Nick Powell finish with 25 points for the game. Giannis Antetokounmpo led all scorers with 30 points and will try to lead his team to a "must win" game victory tonight.

Coming into the next matchup, Milwaukee is just a slim one-point favorite. For the moneyline, they are -120 favorites, while the Raptors are +100 underdogs.

For the points total it will be either over or under a total of 195 points for the complete game.

Viewers will see this game beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern Time with TNT showing live coverage on TV. There's also live streaming available on TNTDrama website, any compatible TNT apps, and the SlingTV service.

San Antonio vs. Memphis

In the second of the two matchups in tonight's playoffs action, the San Antonio Spurs visit the Memphis Grizzlies. This Memphis team has shown fight through the series, with a big overtime win several games ago. The Spurs regained the series lead at 3-2 heading into tonight's road game and will try to move on to their next opponent.

In Game 5, the Spurs won 116-103 thanks to 28 points from Kawhi Leonard. Both teams shot great for the game, but San Antonio knocked down five more three-pointers and also had Patty Mills emerge off the bench to score 20 points. Now they'll try to win their second-straight in Memphis, but the Grizzlies will be looking towards their home court heroes, including Marc Gasol and Mike Conley.

Despite this being a "must win" for Memphis, they find themselves as five-point underdogs tonight. On the moneyline, they're listed as +175 with the Spurs as -200. The over/under is at 189.5 points for the game due to the defensive nature of these teams.

The Spurs vs. Grizzlies Game 6 hits TNT at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time. This game will also be available to watch via live stream feeds through the TNT website, mobile apps, or on the Sling TV channel streaming service.