NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA playoffs second round action continue Sunday May 6th with two games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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A Game 4 is scheduled on ABC TV at 3:30PM Eastern Time as the New Orleans Pelicans host the Golden St Warriors. 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 -5 ½ points with the over under line set at 231 points. The Pelicans returned home with their backs against the wall down 0-2 in this best of seven series. They got within 2-1 of the Warriors with the 119-100 victory and cover as a +4.5 betting odds underdog. New Orleans had a good shooting performance in the win by converting on 50% from the floor and hitting 45.2% from three on 31 attempts. The Pelicans were led in victory by Anthony Davis who had a monster game with 33 points and 18 rebounds. Davis had help in the win. Guard Jrue Holiday had 21 points with Nikola Mirotic being a force with 16 points and 13 boards. New Orleans have not lost a game on their home court in the playoffs. They have shot well in this series in Game’s 2 and 3. They struggled in the opener as they had seven days of rest after sweeping the Portland Trailblazers in four games.

At 8PM Eastern Time on TNT TV the Utah Jazz will be home in Game 4 to the Houston Rockets. Houston is favored by -5 points with the over under line of 209 points. Houston responded well after their first loss in this series that occurred in Game 2. The Rockets stormed out to the 70-40 halftime lead in their 113-93 road in in Game 3 to take the 2-1 series lead. Utah has only won one of seven games this season against the Rockets with the losses coming by double digits in each game. Rockets had a similar response in their lone loss in the first round against Minnesota. Houston was able to blow out Utah despite James Harden and Chris Paul having struggles making threes.

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