NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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There are just three games left in the NBA regular season. On tap for Monday April 11th are two games over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action gets going at 7PM Eastern Time on NBA TV as the Cleveland Cavaliers will host the Atlanta Hawks. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Cleveland Cavaliers favored by -6 points with the total lined at 204 ½ points. As the teams hit the court on Monday night the Atlanta Hawks are 48-32 overall while the Cleveland Cavaliers sit with a mark of 56-24. Each team has just two games remaining and the playoffs begin this weekend. The Cavaliers hold a 2 ½ game lead over the Toronto Raptors for home court advantage throughout the Eastern conference playoffs. There is plenty on the line for Atlanta. The team currently occupies the third seed. But they are only one game ahead of the fifth seeded Miami Heat for home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. The Cavs has had success with the Hawks. They have swept each meeting with Atlanta with one at home and one on the road. The teams squared off in last year’s playoffs with Cleveland winning in a three game sweep. Atlanta travels with momentum of a three game home winning streak that included a 118-107 home victory to Boston to keep the Hawks in contention for home court in the first round. Cleveland returns home on a two game losing streak with losses at Chicago and Indiana.

On NBA TV at 10PM Eastern Time the Phoenix Suns are home to the Sacramento Kings. The Suns are favored at home by -6 ½ points with the total set at 218 ½ points. It has been a disappointment in 2015-16 for both teams. The Kings enter with a record of 32-48 and rumors of yet another coaching change. Phoenix suffered a devastating injury to point guard Eric Bledsoe and the team went into the tank. They broke a seven game losing streak with wins on the road to Houston and New Orleans.

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