Boston Celtics at Miami Heat Game 7 NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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We have a game seven on tap from Saturday in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals playoffs as the Boston Celtics will travel to South Beach to face Lebron James and the Miami Heat on Saturday night. The Celtics and Heat will begin from Miami at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN provides the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has Miami Heat lined as a -7 ½ point home favorite with the total coming in at 178 ½ points. Miami Heat money line odds are set at -420 odds. Those who wager on the road underdog Boston Celtics on the money line can take back +330 odds for their wager. Current NBA championship odds has the Western conference champion Oklahoma City Thunder the -150 betting favorite with the Heat the second choice in the wagering at +125 odds. The Boston Celtics are a +800 underdog to hoist the NBA Championship trophy.

A game seven was necessary in the Eastern conference finals as the Miami Heat facing elimination was able to post the 98-79 road win in Boston on Thursday in game six as a -2 point betting favorite. The game went under 180 points. The Heat had a good shooting night as they shot 48.7% from the floor in the win. Lebron James had a signature performance with 45 points and grabbed 15 boards in nearly 45 minutes of time on the court. James made 19 of his 26 shots in the win. We could be seeing the fatigued factor set in for the Celtics here as the club was forced to go seven games against Philadelphia and was extended to six games by the Hawks as they began the playoffs. Now the older Celtics play a seventh game and in the Eastern Conference Finals and there has been just one day of rest between games. A sign of fatigued could be the fact that the Boston Celtics shot just 1 of 14 from the three point line. A major key for the Heat’s success was Chris Bosh’s second game back and his ability to defend the paint against Kevin Garnett. The Celtics center cooled down in game six with 12 points and five boards on only 6 of 14 shooting.

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