NBA Playoff Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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The NBA playoffs will continue on Thursday as two teams will be in survival mode as the second round is beginning to wind down. The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on May 16th.

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It gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Indiana Pacers up 3-1 in this best of seven series will look to put away the New York Knicks. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team New York Knicks favored by -4 ½ points. In Indiana’s two home games of this series they earn the victory by double digits each time. The Pacers defeated New York in game four by the score of 93-82 and covered the spread as a -6 point betting favorite. It was another atrocious offensive performance by the three point shooting happy New York Knicks. They put up 34 first half points and shoot a miserable 35.6% from the floor. The Knicks poor shooting game came about from bad three point accuracy as the club makes just 28.6% from beyond the arc. The two games played at Indiana the Knicks scored just 82 and 71 points. Indiana stole game one of this series by the score of 102-95 on the road with the Knicks bouncing back in game two with a 105-79 home blowout victory.

The San Antonio Spurs will be looking to end their best of seven series from the Western conference as they will play the Golden St Warriors in game number six. The Spurs and Warriors will get underway at 10:30PM Eastern Time and TNT TV will provide the live television broadcast. The teams have been trading wins since game one of this series. The Spurs routed the Warriors in game five by the score of 109-91 and cover as a -7 point betting favorite. They teams split the two games played at Golden St with the Spurs winning game three 102-92 and the Warriors bouncing back in game four by the score of 97-87 in overtime. After two strong offensive performances in game one and two the Warriors have been held to under 100 points in their past three games of this series.

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