NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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There will be three outstanding NBA playoff games scheduled on Wednesday April 23rd that will satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action on the court gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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It will be Game 2 of the best of seven NBA playoff series between the Charlotte Bobcats and Miami Heat. The Bobcats and Heat get things started from Miami at 7PM Eastern Time and TNT will provide the coast to coast broadcast. The current Game 2 odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home club Miami Heat favored by -10 ½ points with a total lined at 186 points. Dwyane Wade played well in the playoff opener with 23 points in his 34 minutes in Game 1. Big man Al Jefferson played well for the Bobcats but their guards Kemba Walker and Gerald Henderson are going to have to make outside shots if the Bobcats are going to have chance of taking a game in this series.

The Dallas Mavericks will try and rebound in Game 2 as they battle the San Antonio Spurs. The Mavs and Spurs tip off from San Antonio at 8PM Eastern Time over NBA TV. San Antonio is favored by -8 points with an over under line of 198 points. The Mavs aging starters shoot horribly in Game 1 as Devon Harris came off the bench to keep Dallas in reach of San Antonio. Tim Duncan scored 27 points in Game 1.

The late night game will feature the Portland Trailblazers facing the Houston Rockets in Game 2 of their seven game series. Houston is favored in Game 2 by -5 ½ points with a total lined at 214 ½ points. Portland stole Game 1 with the 122-120 overtime victory as a +5 ½ point underdog. The talented Trailblazers duo of Damian Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge combined for 77 points, 27 rebounds and 26 of 50 shooting in Game 1. James Harden had a poor shooting game as the Rockets leading shooting goes just 8 of 28 from the field and 3 of 14 from the three point line in defeat.

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