The NBA playoffs continue on Monday April 17th with two games over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.
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It all begins at 7PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as it’s Game 2 in the playoff series as the Cleveland Cavaliers host the Indiana Pacers. 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 -8 ½ points with the over under line of 210 points. The Cleveland Cavaliers were able to survive a scare in their opening game of this series with the 109-108 victory at home to the Indiana Pacers failing to cover the spread as a nine point favorite. Cavaliers had to survive an attempt at the buzzer by C.J. Miles who had a clean look at the basket for an attempt at the game winner. The shot bounced off the rim and Game 1 went to the Cavaliers. The Cavaliers had opened up a seven point lead after three quarters but failed to put away the Indians Pacers by scoring only 17 fourth quarter points. Paul George who finished with 29 points on 9 of 19 shooting expressed his disappointment in Miles for taking the last shot. George reacted to the media how he felt he should have got a pass back from Miles for an attempt for the game winner. In the closing seconds of the game, a superstar with the ball win get double teamed and it is his job to beat double coverage and get a clean look at the basket. That is usually expected by the highest paid player on the team.
The late night game tips at 9:30PM Eastern Time on TNT as the San Antonio Spurs host in Game 2 the Memphis Grizzlies. San Antonio is favored by -11 points with the over under line of 188 ½ points. San Antonio is up 1-0 on the series as they blow out Memphis 111-82 covering as a 9 ½ point favorite. The performance looked like the Spurs of old as they were pulling away from their opponent in the second half giving relatively no hope to the Grizzlies for the comeback by the way San Antonio executed their offense and played defense.