NBA Pro Basketball Betting Match ups for Wednesday May 15, 2019

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The NBA card for Wednesday May 15th features a single game over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The Eastern conference finals begin with Game 1 as the Milwaukee Bucks are home to the Toronto Raptors at 8:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Milwaukee Bucks favored by -6 points with the total lined at 217 points.

The teams met four times during the regular season with Milwaukee winning three of the four games. The Bucks won all two in Toronto and the teams split the two held in Milwaukee.

Milwaukee enters the Western conference finals after eliminating the Boston Celtics in five games. Bucks will have six days of rest following their elimination of the Celtics. Milwaukee lost the first game of the series at home then responded with four straight wins with three victories coming by double digits. Boston a good defensive team brought playoff experience from previous seasons with Brad Stevens as head coach. But Milwaukee had great offensive performances in their victories averaging 118 points per game. In the playoffs the Bucks have won eight of their nine games. They swept the Pistons in four games they took care of business with the Celtics in five so Milwaukee will have the most rest of the four remaining teams in the playoffs. Bucks take care of business early in this series they would feel good about themselves in the finals since Golden St needed six games in each of their series against the Clippers and Rockets. Trailblazers needed seven to get past Denver.

Toronto is coming off a seven game series win against Philadelphia 76ers. In their first series the Raptors got past Orlando in five games. Raptors needed a buzzer beating shot by Kawhi Leonard to win the game 92-90. Despite the win the Raptors shot only 38.2% with 7 of 30 from three. Their rebounding in Game 7 helped the Raptors earn the win by pulling down eight more boards than Philadelphia. Kawhi Leonard carries Toronto in the playoffs with a 31.8 points per game average with 53.9% shooting and 40.8% from three.

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