NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for April 26, 2019

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The NBA action for Friday April 26th features a single game from the playoffs over National Television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 10PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the LA Clippers are home to the Golden St Warriors for Game 6 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 team Golden St Warriors favored by -9 ½ points with the over under line set at 234 ½ points.

LA Clippers extended this series to six games as they upset the Golden St Warriors in Game 5 by the score of 129-121 to get within 3-2 in this best of seven series. After falling behind by four after one quarter the Clippers rallied to outscore the Warriors 34-22 in the second half. Facing elimination LA brought a strong game shooting 54.1% with 13 of 34 from three on the road. They also made their free throws hitting on 24 of 26 from the charity stripe. Lou Williams was strong off the bench for LA, pouring in 33 points plus dishing out ten assists hitting on 12 of 19 shots. Montrezl Harrell also off the bench scored 24 points hitting on 11 of 14 shots. Starter Patrick Beverly grabbed 14 rebounds. Warriors were led by Kevin Durant with 45 points on 14 of 26 shooting. Warriors did not get much production out of their bench. Golden St bench is about the weakest of their title teams.

For LA to extend this series to a Game 7 they will need another strong game from Lou Williams. In LA’s two wins in this series it was Williams with 36 and 33 points. At home in the Game 4 loss it was Williams scoring only 12 points. In this series Williams is hitting on 50.6% and 40% from three. In the Warriors loss in Game 5 the Big 3 in Curry, Thompson and Durant scored a combined 91 points. Kevin Durant has been huge for the Warriors in this series averaging 32 points hitting 56.4% from the field along with 38.7% from three point range.

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