NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Sports Betting Odds Match up Previews for Wednesday

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The NBA Playoffs for Wednesday April 29th will feature two outstanding games over national television to greatly satisfy the appetites of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The playoff doubleheader gets started at 7PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Atlanta Hawks will play host to the Brooklyn Nets in Game 5. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Atlanta Hawks the -9 point wagering favorite with a total lined at 200 points. This series is tied at 2-2 as home court has held in all four games of this series. The Nets have been an underdog in each of the four games and have covered the spread each time. Game 4 went into overtime as Brooklyn prevailed 120-115 as a +5 ½ point underdog. Nets much maligned point guard Deron Williams had a monster Game 4 with 35 points and seven assists in the win. The issue with Williams has been consistency throughout his NBA career. Recently former teammate Paul Pierce took a jab at Williams about his lack of professionalism by failing to deliver his best in games. Williams had two points in Game 2 and three points in Game 3. Kyle Korver has gone cold in the playoffs as the shooting guard is hitting just 40% in the playoffs.

It will be Game 5 as the Memphis Grizzlies will go for the series closeout as they host the Portland Trailblazers at 9:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV. Memphis is favored by -5 points with an over under line set at 190 ½ points. In the first three games of this series Trailblazers guard Damian Lillard has struggled. Lillard came alive in Game 4 to score 32 points and dish out seven assists as the Trailblazers avoided the series sweep to move 3-1 behind of the Grizzlies after a 99-92 win in Game 4 on Monday. The big concern is for Portland forward LaMarcus Aldridge who is shooting a mediocre 34% from the field in this series. Aldridge was 6 of 22 from the field in Game 4 and went 6 of 18 from the floor in Game 3.

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