NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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The NBA playoffs continue Wednesday April 18th with three games on the schedule to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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It gets going at 7PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Cleveland Cavaliers host Indiana Pacers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Cleveland Cavaliers favored by -8 points with the total set at 209 points. Indiana wins the opener of this series 98-80 as a +7 point underdog. Pacers have now won four of five against the Cavaliers this season. Indiana jumped out to the 33-14 lead after one quarter. Cleveland chipped away on the lead but scored only 15 points in the final quarter. It was a poor shooting performance by the Cavs as they connected on 38.5% of their shots in the loss. Cleveland was cold from three making just 8 of 34 shots. Pacers got a great game from their leader Victor Oladipo who scored 32 points hitting 11 of 19 shots.

On NBA TV at 8PM Eastern Time Oklahoma City Thunder are home to the Utah Jazz. Oklahoma City is lined as a -4 point favorite with the over under line of 206 ½ points. Oklahoma City holds a 1-0 lead in this series with the 116-108 victory at home to the Jazz. Thunder has had good success against Utah winning four straight. Thunder had a good shooting game in the win with 48.2% shooting and 14 of 29 going in from three. Paul George led OKC with 36 points with Russell Westbrook chipping in with 29 points. Utah made 47.1% and were led by rookie Donovan Mitchell with 27 points and ten rebounds.

The late night game tips at 9:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV as the Houston Rockets will be home to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Houston is favored by -10 ½ points with the total of 214 ½ points. Houston is up 1-0 with the 104-101 win but failing to cover as a -11 ½ point favorite. Minnesota was competitive with the Rockets in the opener by winning the battle on the glass with ten more rebounds. Houston did not shoot the three ball well in the opener at 10 of 37. James Harden had 44 points and eight assists. Chris Paul hit only 5 of 14 shots.

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