NBA Playoff Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA playoffs continue on Sunday as two games are guaranteed to air over national television allowing for an outstanding watch and wagering opportunity for NBA betting enthusiasts.

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The NBA action begins at 1PM Eastern Time over ABC as the LA Clippers will travel to face the Memphis Grizzlies in deciding game seven of their playoff series if necessary. Should Memphis take game six on Friday at Staples Center in LA and force a deciding game they will have the home court advantage here.

Should LA hold serve in game six on Friday and eliminate the Grizzlies San Antonio newspapers have confirmed that game one of the Western conference semifinal round between the Spurs and Clippers will begin on Sunday afternoon. The Clippers and Spurs will begin game one Sunday at 1PM Eastern Time over ABC TV should LA close out Memphis in six games. This scenario serves the Spurs well as the Clippers will travel with short rest to open the series.

The second game of the ABC doubleheader on Sunday will be game one of the Eastern conference semifinal round as the Indiana Pacers will take the court to battle the Miami Heat. The Heat and Pacers will tip off from Miami at 3:30PM Eastern Time. A game one pointspread is now out in this series and it’s the Miami Heat favored by -8 ½ points at Oddsmaker sportsbook with the over under coming in at 189 points. A money line wager on Miami will return -500 odds. Bettors who take the road underdog Indiana Pacers to steal game one on Sunday against the Heat can take back +400 odds for their wager on the money line. Miami advanced in to the conference semis after disposing an injury riddled New York Knicks team in five games. Lebron James averaged nearly 28 points and 48% from the field against New York. After dropping game one of their best of seven opening round series against Orlando the Indiana Pacers responded with four straight wins to close out the Magic in five games. Danny Grangers has led the Pacers in the postseason with a 21 point per game average with just 41.2% shooting. David West has contributed with 16 points and 9 ½ rebounds per game in the postseason.

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