San Antonio Spurs versus Miami Heat Game 2 NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Preview

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The NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat will resume on Sunday Night June 9th with the Spurs holding a 1-0 lead in this best of seven series. The Spurs and Heat will begin play from Miami at 8PM Eastern Time and ABC TV will provide the broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Miami Heat favored in game two by -6 points with an over under line total of 188 points. A money line wager on the Miami Heat will return -270 odds. Bettors who believe that San Antonio can win Game 2 and take the 2-0 series lead in this one can be rewarded +230 odds return for their money line bet. The adjusted series price for the NBA Finals has the San Antonio Spurs now the favorite at -135 betting odds with the Miami Heat the +115 odds underdog to win the NBA Title. After game number two the next three games are scheduled to be played at San Antonio.

The San Antonio Spurs were entering Game 1 of the NBA Finals on a nine day layoff after they swept the Memphis Grizzlies in four straight during the Western conference finals. Miami was in a struggle to get past the Indiana Pacers in seven games and had two days or rest to get ready for San Antonio. Behind a strong fourth quarter the San Antonio Spurs go up 1-0 in the NBA Finals with the 92-88 road victory and covering as a +5 point underdog. During the postgame the Miami Heat cited fatigue as the major issue for defeat as they had difficulty generating points in the second half. Miami was held to just 36 points in the second half and only 16 in the critical points of the game during the entire fourth quarter. The Big Three for Miami came up empty as Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh was not able to make at least half of their shots. San Antonio took good care of the basketball with just four turnovers all game.

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