NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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The NBA playoffs will have a single game scheduled and its from the Western conference finals Game 6 over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It gets underway at 9PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Golden St Warriors look to stave off elimination when they meet the Houston Rockets. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Golden St Warriors favored by -12 points with the over under line set at 212 ½ points.

Houston comes off the 98-94 road win at home to the Golden St to take the 3-2 series lead and one win away from the trip to the NBA Finals. There is a major injury concern for the Rockets as point guard Chris Paul has a hamstring injury and has been listed as out for the game. He has a history of injuries during the postseason and once again bad luck hits Paul in his deepest run in the playoffs. In the past two games the Rockets have been held to 98 and 95 points yet still picked up victories. Houston shot just 37.2% with 13 of 43 from three point range. The Rockets win despite James Harden going 0 of 11 from three point range. He finished with 19 points and four assists on 5 of 21 shooting. He did make all nine of his free throws. It was a huge game off the bench for Erik Gordon who scored 24 points.

Golden St continues to be hampered by poor ball handling. Once again it was double digit turnovers in the Warriors loss as they committed 18. They outshot Houston as the team made 44.4% and went 10 of 28 from three. Rockets have slowed the tempo and the Warriors are struggling adjusting to it. Kevin Durant had 29 points but had a poor shooting night once again hitting on 8 of 22. Klay Thompson got his shot going finishing 8 of 14 for 23 points. Thompson has been inconsistent. Warriors have lost both games with Andre Iguodala out injured with a knee injury. Iguodala has been listed as questionable for Saturday.

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