San Antonio Spurs at Oklahoma City Thunder Game 6 NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

Share |

The Oklahoma City Thunder will look to close out the San Antonio Spurs when these two clubs battle in game six of their best of seven Western Conference Finals series on Wednesday night. The Spurs and Thunder will begin from Oklahoma City at 9PM Eastern Time and its TNT providing the live television broadcast.

Bet the Spurs and Thunder Game 6 tonight at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where bettors can now claim their Free $50 NBA Playoff Bet. Sign up tonight and get into the excitement of watching and wagering on the NBA postseason!

The current odds on game six at Oddsmaker has the home club OKC Thunder favored by -5 points with the over under lined at 202 ½ points. Oklahoma City Thunder money line odds are set at -230 odds. Those who believe that San Antonio can force a game seven with an outright win in game six can get back +190 odds for their money line wager on the road underdog. The adjusted series price heading into game 6 has the Oklahoma City Thunder a -390 odds favorite to win the Western Conference Finals with the San Antonio Spurs the underdog at +330 odds. Oklahoma City is now the favorite to win the NBA Finals at +100 odds with the return on the San Antonio Spurs at +400 odds. The Miami Heat fell from the favorite to now in a tie with Boston as the second choice in the wagering at +300 odds.

Oklahoma City was the first team in this Western Conference Finals to win a road game as the Thunder was the winner on Monday night in a critical game five with a 108-103 road win as a +5 point underdog. If you followed us during the regular season you would be aware than Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich early in the year commented on how the 2011-12 Spurs were his worst ever defensive team he has coached. Then from February through May the club responded with much improved play and embarked on a 20 game win streak as the club won the first two games of the Western conference finals. After dropping games three, four and five the Spurs have hit a three game losing streak and the problematic defense we saw in December and January from San Antonio has reared its ugly head as the club has allowed over 50% shooting to Oklahoma City in their past two games. San Antonio is just 1-5 ATS in their past six games.

Comments are closed.