San Antonio Spurs versus Miami Heat Game 7 NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Preview

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On Thursday June 20th an NBA Champion will be crowned as the Miami Heat will host the San Antonio Spurs in Game 7 of their NBA Finals series. The Spurs and Heat will get started from Miami at 9PM Eastern Time and ABC TV will provide the broadcast over national television.

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The current NBA odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Miami Heat favored by -6 ½ points with an over under line of 190 points. A money line wager on the home team Miami Heat will return -285 odds. Bettors who believe that the San Antonio Spurs can win a game seven on the Miami Heat home court on Thursday can get back +245 odds for their money line wager.

The Heat and Spurs have hit the end of a line in this NBA Finals series as game seven will decide the 2012/13 Champion. Each team has traded wins and losses since way back in game one when the Spurs stole the game from the Heat by the score of 92-88 as a +5 point road underdog. No team has won two consecutive games in this NBA Finals series. San Antonio was in great position to win game six and the NBA World Title on Tuesday. They held a ten point lead after three quarters. It was cut down to a five point lead with 28 seconds left on the clock. Credit goes to Miami with hitting monster shots down the stretch which forced overtime. LeBron James and Ray Allen connected on three point shots late which knotted the game at 95-95 with five seconds remaining. San Antonio had the ball and a shot at a World Title but Tony Parker missed a fall away jumper and the game went into the overtime period. Miami outscored San Antonio 8-5 in the five minute period forcing the seventh and deciding game. The question heading into Thursday is how San Antonio will handle the quick turnaround as both Tim Duncan and Tony Parker logged in heavy minutes on Tuesday and can they avoid fatigue.

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