NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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The NBA Playoffs will continue on the Monday April 20th with a pair of Game 2’s scheduled over national television to greatly satisfy the appetites of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Chicago Bulls will host the Milwaukee Bucks. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Chicago Bulls the -7 ½ point favorite with an over under line set at 187 points. The Chicago Bulls win Game 1 of this series by a 103-91 margin. The Bulls were sloppy ball handers in the win as they committed 19 turnovers. It was the Chicago play on the glass and defense that proved to be the difference in this Eastern conference opener. The Bucks were held to just 39% shooting and were ice cold from the three point line as they made only 4 of their 16 tries. Derrick Rose was effective on Saturday as he scored 23 points and dished out seven assists as he made 9 of 16 shots. Rose was recently sidelined with in-season knee surgery that many worried would force the form MVP to miss the season and possibly put his NBA career at risk. Khris Middleton led the Bucks in scoring with 18 in defeat.

The late night game tips off at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT as the Golden St Warriors is home to the New Orleans Pelicans. Golden St is the -11 ½ point betting favorite with a total lined at 205 points. The top seed in the Western conference the Golden St Warriors were able to take Game 1 of their best of seven series with the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday by a 106-99 margin. The Warriors came out strong to start the game as the Pelicans were held to just 13 first quarter points and faced a deficit of 15 points heading into the second period. Stephen Curry had 34 points for the Warriors. Anthony Davis of the Pelicans had 20 fourth quarter points to allow the Pelicans to cover the +12 ½ points as the underdog in Game 1. Davis finished with 35 points for the game.

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