ABC and TNT TV NBA Playoffs Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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NBA betting enthusiasts are in for two outstanding watch and wagering opportunities as two game four’s from the playoffs are scheduled for national television on Sunday.

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The Sunday action gets underway at 3:30PM Eastern Time as the Miami Heat and the host team Indiana Pacers will lock up for a game four on Sunday afternoon over ABC Television. The betting odds posted at Oddsmaker has the road club Miami Heat the favorite at -2 ½ points with the total coming in at 178 ½ points. Money line odds on Miami are set at -145 currently. Those wagering on the home underdog Indiana Pacers to take the commanding 3-1 series lead by winning game four straight up can get back +125 odds for their money line wager. Without Chris Bosh in the lineup for the Miami Heat the strategy for Indiana in game three was pretty predictable. What the Pacers did was take advantage of their size and length in the paint which led to an Indiana 19 point home win in game two. Roy Hibbert and David West inside for Indiana combined for 33 points and 27 rebounds in the win. In game two and three with no Chris Bosh the Pacers have outrebounded Miami by a 102-76 margin. The criticism about the Miami roster surrounding the Big 3 now seems warranted with Bosh out as Miami looks defenseless against teams with a solid inside presence. We did predict a break out game for Hibbert in game three and game four could be much of the same.

The nightcap on Sunday will tip off at 10:30PM Eastern Time over TNT TV as the San Antonio Spurs and LA Clippers will battle at Staples Center. The Clippers problematic defense has been totally exposed by the Spurs as LA allowed San Antonio 48.7% shooting in game one and 53.2% in game two which all resulted in Spurs wins by 16 points or greater. San Antonio player development around Ginobili, Duncan and Parker throughout this season has to be one of the greatest coaching jobs ever seen in recent history. The no name group surrounding the Spurs Big 3 has catapulted the San Antonio to a likely NBA World championship.

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