Philadelphia 76ers at Boston Celtics NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics will hook up for game two of their eastern conference playoff series on Monday night. The 76ers and Celtics will begin from Boston at 7PM Eastern Time and TNT will provide the national TV telecast.

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The Boston Celtics are favored by -4 ½ points at Oddsmaker with the total lined at 173 ½ points A Boston Celtics money line wager will return -200 odds to bettors. If you believe the Philadelphia 76ers can win game two outright you can get back +170 odds for your wager on the money line.

Boston was slow out of the gates in game one as the team fell behind 28-18 after one period of play. The Celtics rallied with a huge fourth quarter run as they took game one against Philadelphia 92-91 as a -5 ½ point home betting favorite. The over under came over 183 points. The Celtics continue their solid play during the postseason on their home court. They are now 4-0 straight up at the TD Garden which included three home wins against Atlanta in the opening round of the playoffs. Boston got great production in their Saturday win from Kevin Garnett who scored 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds with 12 of 20 shooting. Point guard Rajon Rhondo was the major fourth quarter spark for Boston leading the comeback effort. Rhondo concluded game one with 17 assists. Boston was able to earn the game one win despite just 2 of 18 shooting from the three point line. Ray Allen went 2 of 7 from beyond the arc. Paul Pierce, Avery Bradley and Rhondo went a combined 0 of 9 from three.

After horrendous shooting in their opening round playoff series win against Chicago the Philadelphia 76ers improved to 43.9% from the floor in the loss. Veteran Andre Iguodala had 19 points on 7 of 16 shooting. Evan Turner was sharp in game one for the 76ers with 16 points and 10 boards on 7 of 13 from the field. Jrue Holiday was off his game with 3 of 13 from the floor. Scorer Thaddeus Young was limited to just five points and took just four shots all game long in the opener.

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