NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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The NBA action for Wednesday April 4th features six games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. A doubleheader is scheduled over ESPN TV.

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It all gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Toronto Raptors are home to the Boston Celtics. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Toronto Raptors favored by -8 points with the over under line set at 206 ½ points. The NBA regular season will conclude in eight days and Boston and Toronto have five games remaining. Toronto holds only a two game lead on Boston for the best record in the Eastern conference. Boston has won two of the three meetings with the Raptors. So, should the Celtics win they would not only gain a game on Toronto but own the tiebreaker should the teams finished tied in the standings. Boston had their six game win streak snapped in a 106-102 road defeat at Milwaukee on Tuesday. Celtics gave up 54.4% shooting to the Bucks in the defeat. Toronto will also play on a back to back on Wednesday. Raptors fell at the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday 112-106 failing to cover as a +1.5 betting odds underdog. Toronto has lost two straight and five of their past eight games. Toronto has defended poorly of late.

The late night game gets going at 10:30PM Eastern Time as the LA Lakers host the San Antonio Spurs. The LA Lakers have been eliminated from the playoffs. San Antonio has only four games remaining and sits in the fifth seed in the Western conference behind the Utah Jazz. Spurs and Jazz have the same record and Utah owns the tiebreaker. Lakers have won both meetings with the Spurs this season. Lakers have lost three straight and eight of their past ten games after the 117-110 road loss at Utah on Tuesday. San Antonio’s struggles on the road continued Tuesday after their 113-110 road loss at Staples Center to the LA Clippers. Spurs have fell to 14-25 on the road this season and it is now six losses in a row on the road.

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