NBA Playoff Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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We are now getting deeper in the second round of the NBA playoffs and on tap for Wednesday May 15th and two post season pro basketball games to draw the interest from the betting public. The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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At 7PM Eastern Time over TNT TV the Miami Heat will look for the series clincher as they host the desperate Chicago Bulls in game five of their best of seven. After dropping game one of this Eastern conference second round playoff series the Heat have strung together three straight wins. Miami goes up 3-1 in the series after their game four 88-66 road blowout victory against the Chicago Bulls and covering the spread as a -7 ½ point betting favorite. The Miami Heat has now outscored Chicago by at least ten points in the final three games of this series. It was a pathetic offensive showing by the injury riddled Bulls as they scored just 33 first half points and came back onto the courts and put up a measly 9 points total in the third period.

The late night game will tip of at 9:30PM Eastern Time and the home team Oklahoma City Thunder will look to remain alive in their best of seven NBA playoff series with the Memphis Grizzlies. Catch all of the action from game five of this series over TNT TV. Memphis put the Oklahoma City Thunder on the brink of elimination after a 103-97 home victory in game four against OKC as a -5 point betting favorite. After dropping game one at Oklahoma City the Grizzlies have now won three straight games. Oklahoma City had their chances in game four and could not shut the door completely by allowing Memphis to come from behind by 17 points in the victory. Once again the Oklahoma City Thunder could not break the 100 point barrier for all five games from this playoff. It was second half adjustments once again stifling the Thunder as they are held to just 38 points on Sunday’s evening. With no Russell Westbrook manning the point guard position for the Nets we have seen significant success this series against Oklahoma City.

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