San Antonio Spurs versus Miami Heat Game 1 NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Preview

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The participants in the NBA Finals have been set and it will be the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat meeting in a best of seven playoff series to determine the 2012-2013 World Champions. Miami will have home court advantage and game one and two will be played on their home court. Then game’s three, four and five will be played at San Antonio with the final two games if necessary to be played at Miami. Game 1 is set to begin from Miami at 9PM Eastern Time on Thursday June 6th with ABC TV providing the broadcast.

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The betting odds from the series opener available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Miami Heat favored by -5 ½ points with an over under line of 189 points. A money line wager on the home team Miami Heat will return -240 odds for a game one victory. Those who believe that the road team San Antonio Spurs can steal game one with an upset win can get back +200 odds for their wager on the money line.

Other than pointspread, money line and totals wagers there are many more ways to bet this series. Bettors can play on the series result as the Miami Heat is -230 favorites to win this best of seven series with the Spurs. Those who like the Spurs to win the 2012-13 NBA World Title can get back +190 odds for their series wager. Another exciting wager would be picking the exact series result in the eight possible combinations of side and the number of games it will take to win the series.

San Antonio enters the finals off a four game series sweep of the Memphis Grizzlies in the Western conference finals. San Antonio will be playing on nine days of rest since the series clincher in game four. The Miami Heat was taken to seven games by the Indiana Pacers. The Heat blow away Indiana in game seven by 23 points on Monday night and will return to the court off a two day layoff.

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