NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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The first round of the NBA playoffs continues on Thursday April 21st with three outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on TNT as the Dallas Mavericks will host the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game of their best of seven series. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road side Oklahoma City Thunder favored by -9 points with a total set at 195 ½ points. Dallas has evened up this series at 1-1 as they pulled out the upset victory at Oklahoma City in Game 2 by the score of 85-84 as a +14 point underdog. It was an awful shooting night for OKC as they hit just 33.7% from the floor and 7 of 32 from the three point line. The positive thing is with these horrid shooting numbers the Thunder still only lost by one point.

At 7:30PM Eastern Time on NBA TV the Indiana Pacers are home in Game 3 against the Toronto Raptors. Toronto is favored on the road by -1 ½ points with the total set at 193 points. The Raptors evened the series at 1-1 with the 98-87 victory against Indiana in Game 2 as a -8 point favorite. Toronto got busy on the boards by pulling down 11 more rebounds than the Pacers. Jonas Valanciunas led the Raptors with 23 points and 15 rebounds hitting on 10 of 18 shots. Indiana went cold from three hitting on 4 of 20 from beyond the arc.

The late night game tips at 9:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Houston Rockets will host the Golden St Warriors. The Warriors are favored on the road in Game 3 by -5 ½ points with the total set at 217 points. Golden St moved to 2-0 in this best of seven series with the 115-106 home victory in Game 2 against the Houston Rockets as a -8 ½ point favorite. The Warriors sat Stephen Curry with his ankle injury yet the team still shot 49.4% from the floor in victory. Houston turned it over 20 times.

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