Golden St Warriors versus LA Lakers NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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We are now less than a week away from the conclusion of the NBA regular season and the exciting quadruple header of playoff action set for Saturday April 20th and Sunday April 21st will begin the long nearly two month process of crowning an NBA champion. The Golden St Warriors have clinched a playoff spot but they will be looking to play a spoiler role as they face a desperate LA Lakers team from NBA pro basketball action on Friday night April 12th. The Warriors and Lakers will get things started from Staples Center at 10:30PM Eastern Time and bettors can follow the action on NBA League Pass Channel.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home standing LA Lakers the -7 ½ point betting favorite with an over under line of 208 points. A money line wager on the favored LA Lakers will return -335 odds with the take back on the road underdog Golden St Warriors returning +275 odds for the team to pull off the straight up victory with no need for taking the points.

The LA Lakers hold a slim one game lead for the eighth and final playoff spot over the Utah Jazz with just three games remaining. The Lakers have a tough schedule to close out the season with a Sunday home game against San Antonio and they close out the season at home on Wednesday night against the Houston Rockets. LA will be facing a Warriors team who has already clinched a playoff spot and will be without center Andrew Bogut who is out with a sprained ankle. Golden St will be on a back to back after getting blown out on Thursday night over national television to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Golden St cannot earn home court advantage in the first series out west next weekend. The Lakers have won five of their past six games as they come off a hard fought win on a back to back spot on Wednesday to the Portland Trailblazers.

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