Oklahoma City Thunder at Miami Heat NBA Finals Game 4 Betting Preview

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The Miami Heat will look to take command of the NBA Finals as they host the Oklahoma City Thunder in game four of their best of seven series on Tuesday night. The Heat and Thunder begin from Miami in game four at 9PM Eastern Time and ABC once again will present this NBA finals contest over national television.

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The current game four betting odds at Oddsmaker has the home club Miami Heat lined as -3 ½ point favorite with the over under in the game hung at 192 ½ points. Those betting the Heat on the money line will get back -170 odds. Bettors who believe the Oklahoma City Thunder can steal game four with an outright win can get back +150 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Heat have taken the 2-1 series lead off a 91-85 home victory in game three on Sunday night as a -4 point favorite. The over under came under 193 points. Much like we speculated going into this Finals series the ghosts of the collapse by Miami last year would spearhead team focus to play complete 48 minute games on the court. During the post game chatter we started to hear comments from Heat players referencing the disappointment from last year. Lebron James continues his series MVP quest with another outstanding performance with 29 points and 14 rebounds in game four. He has averaged around 30 points per game in the Finals and clearly has been the Heats MVP this postseason. We continue to be extremely critical of the inept play of Derrick Fisher for Oklahoma City. He was the reason for the Thunder’s fall from the number one position in the Western conference to number two behind San Antonio. Seems like Thunder head coach Scott Brooks is using the terrible point guard way to much on the court and has become blinded by is liability on the defensive end that clearly struck its ugly head in game three. Fisher has no business playing over 28 minutes anymore and his awful defense is why the Heat lead 2-1 in this series. Fisher’s few good offensive moments somehow are blinding the Thunders coaching staff. Keep an eye on his inability to defend and you understand why he makes the Thunder worse. Expect Westbrook and Durant to play 45 minutes or more per game the rest of the way.

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