San Antonio Spurs at Oklahoma City Thunder Game 4 NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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It will be game four of the Western Conference Finals on Saturday as the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder take the court in the NBA playoffs. The Spurs and Thunder will get started from OKC at 8:30PM Eastern Time and TNT will provide the live television broadcast.

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The current odds at press time have the Oklahoma City Thunder favored by -4 points with the over under lined at 205 points.

The San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder began their playoff series with two games on the Spurs home court. San Antonio put on some impressive performances as the club totaled over 100 points in both games to take the 2-0 series lead. The Spurs were the more aggressive team in San Antonio pulling down 11 more rebounds in each of the two wins. OKC had trouble with offensive efficiency hitting no more than 42.2% from the floor in any of the two games which were a full 5% lower than their playoff average following the first two rounds of the playoffs in series wins against Utah and the LA Clippers.

Oklahoma City was able to cut into San Antonio’s lead to two games to one following a game three 102-82 home win as a -4 point favorite. The total came under 206 points. Oklahoma City was able to halt the Spurs 20 game win streak by allowing San Antonio just 39.5% shooting. Tim Duncan struggled through a 5 of 15 shooting night and finished the game with 11 points in 26 minutes of play. No Spur played more than 27 minutes in game three. The Thunder was able to get balance scoring as Thabo Sefolosha scored 19 points and Serge Ibaka contributed with 14 points. OKC was able to notch a game three win despite just 10 points from Russell Westbrook and 22 from Kevin Durant. The question heading into game four is can the Thunder continue to get scoring from their supporting cast so they are not so dependent on monster games from Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden. It was the first loss by San Antonio since a 98-84 home defeat to the LA Lakers way back on April 11th.

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