NBA Pro Basketball Playoffs Betting odds for Saturday May 25, 2019

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The NBA playoff action for Saturday May 25th features a single game over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The Toronto Raptors will look for the closeout in Game 6 as they host the Milwaukee Bucks. The teams begin play from Toronto at 8:30PM Eastern Time and TNT TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Toronto Raptors favored by -2 ½ points with the over under line set at 212 points.

Toronto takes the 3-2 series lead following their 105-99 road win at Milwaukee in Game 5 on Thursday. Raptors were able to overcome a fourteen point deficit in the win. It was a fourth quarter rally for the Raptors as they outscored Milwaukee 33-24. Raptors found their three point shooting touch in the fourth while the Bucks had too many empty possessions with missed shots and turnovers in the final minutes. Kawhi Leonard has stuck out as the best player in this series. He scored 35 points and dished nine assists as he hit on 17 of 25 shots and 5 of 8 from three. Leonard has been strong defensively as the Raptors found success in this series by having Kawhi guard Giannis. Raptors were hot from three in their win in Game 5 by converting on 18 of 43 shots. Giving the Raptors a huge lift from the bench was Fred VanVleet who scored 21 pints hitting on 7 of 13 overall and a huge 7 of 9 from three point range. Milwaukee had their struggles from the three point line in this series. They were only 10 of 31 in Game 5. Giannis had 24 points on 9 of 18 shooting. Khris Middleton had an off game for Milwaukee with only 6 points hitting on 2 of 9 shots.

In the playoffs Kawhi Leonard is averaging 31.4 points per game which is a career playoff high. He is hitting on 51.2% from the field and making 41.1% of his three point shots. In the postseason Giannis is averaging 25.9 points per game and hitting on 50.2% from the field. That is lower than his past two previous playoff years.

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