NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The NBA playoffs will feature a Game 4 from the Western conference finals on Tuesday May 22nd 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 are home to 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 -8 ½ points with the total lined at 224 points.

The series was tied at 1-1 as it moved to the Bay Area. In Game 2 the Warriors dropped a 22 point decision giving up 127 points to the Rockets. Golden St bounced back with the 126-85 victory in Game 3 easily covering the spread as a -7 ½ point betting favorite. Stephen Curry has had his struggles in the first two games of this series. In the first home game of this series Curry was sharp making 13 of 23 shots for 35 points. Golden St for the game shot 52.2% with 13 of 32 from three. After a high turnover total in their Game 2 defeat the Warriors took better care of the basketball with eight turnovers. Kevin Durant has been consistent in the playoffs and contributed with 25 points going 9 of 19 from the field. Issue for the Warriors is they could be without Andre Iguodala who has a bruised knee and has been listed as doubtful for Tuesday.

Houston could not replicate their shooting performance in their win in Game 2. Rockets made just 39.5% and 32.4% from three. The duo of Chris Paul and James Harden struggled again from the three point line going a combined for 4 of 14. In their victory Paul and Harden combined for 4 of 20 from three. The story for the Rockets in Game 3 is the team could not get the supporting cast to produce. Trevor Ariza and PJ Tucker had six points. Eric Gordon the sixth man off the bench scored only 11 points going 4 of 13 from the floor. Houston ball handling was poor in the loss by committing a very high 20 turnovers.

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