NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The NBA playoffs continue on Monday April 23rd with two games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Minnesota Timberwolves host Houston Rockets. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Houston Rockets favored by -5 ½ points with the over under line of 219 points. The Rockets lead this series at 2-1 as they play game four on Monday. Minnesota win Game 3 at home 121-105 as a six point underdog. Timberwolves bounced back from a 20 point road loss at Houston by shooting 50%. Jimmy Butler led Minnesota with 28 points hitting 10 of 19 shots. Timberwolves made their threes in the win connecting on 15 of 27 shots. Jeff Teague had 23 points with 20 points from Andrew Wiggins. James Harden for Houston had 29 points going 9 of 21 from the floor. Houston got contributions out of their bench with 42 points. The starting forward tandem of Trevor Ariza and PJ Tucker combined for 3 of 11 shooting for 10 points.

The late night game begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT as the Utah Jazz host Oklahoma City Thunder. Utah is favored by -5 ½ points with the total of 209 points. Jazz are up 2-1 entering Game 4 on Monday. Utah comes off the 115-102 victory in Game 3 to the Thunder at home covering as a five point favorite. It was a very good performance from point guard Ricky Rubio of the Jazz. He delivered a triple double as he led the team with 26 points with ten assists and 11 rebounds. Utah in their opening home game of the playoffs grabbed 15 more rebounds than the Thunder. Rookie Donovan Mitchell had 22 points for Utah and pulled down 11 rebounds. Oklahoma City had a good shooting game yet still lose by double digits. In defense the Thunder hit 47.4% with 14 of 28 from the three point line. It was a poor shooting game by Russell Westbrook that finished the game going 5 of 17 from the field.

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