NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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The NBA playoffs for Saturday May 21st feature just a single game over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all begins at 8:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Toronto Raptors will host the Cleveland Cavaliers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road side Cleveland Cavaliers favored by -5 ½ points with the over under line set at 197 ½ points.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have been impressive in the post season with a record of a perfect 10-0. They swept both the Atlanta Hawks and Detroit Pistons in four straight. They are now up 2-0 in these Eastern conference finals as they blew out the Toronto Raptors in Game 2 by the score of 108-90 as a -11 ½ point favorite. In Game 1 it was the Cavs with the 115-84 home victory. It was another great shooting night for Cleveland as they shot 50% from the floor in the win. LeBron James had a triple double in the victory as he scored 23 points as well as dishing out 11 assists and grabbed 11 rebounds. The supporting cast was good in Game 2 for LeBron. Kyrie Irving had 26 points and Kevin Love contributed with 19 points. Channing Frye had 10 points in a reserve role. At one point in the first half the game was tied at 46 then the Raptors went cold from the field. Fatigue was blamed for the Game 1 loss for Toronto. Entering this series the Cavaliers had played the minimum amount with eight playoffs games. Toronto was forced to play two seven game series in the opening rounds for a total of 14 playoff games played as they entered the Eastern conference finals. Cleveland’s average margin of victory in the post season has been by over 13 points. The series moves to Toronto for Game 3 and Game 4. The Raptors are 32-9 on their home court that includes two Game 7 victories in these playoffs. Toronto shot just 40% in the Game 2 loss with 27.3% from the three point line.

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