San Antonio Spurs versus Oklahoma City Thunder NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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Two Western conference heavyweights will take the court on Thursday night over national television with playoff implications as the San Antonio Spurs will battle the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Spurs and Thunder will get things started from Oklahoma City on Thursday April 4th at 9:30PM Eastern Time and TNT TV will deliver the live broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team Oklahoma City Thunder favored by -7 ½ points with an over under line of 201 points. A money line wager on the Oklahoma City Thunder will return -360 odds. Bettors who believe that the road team San Antonio Spurs can come away with a win will receive +300 odds for their money line wager.

This game has major playoff implications as the San Antonio Spur sit atop the Western conference for first place and home court advantage of all rounds in the west by 1 ½ games with just seven games remaining. San Antonio has won two of the three meetings so this game means two in the standing as with the tiebreaker the Spurs will hold a three game lead over the Thunder with six games left to be played should San Antonio escape OKC with a win. Injury concerns for San Antonio as Tony Parker has been listed as questionable with an ankle problem. Both Steven Jackson and Manu Ginobili will not play on Thursday. Add Kawaii Leonard and Devon Blair to the Spurs injury report as the players are questionable with injuries. The Spurs have been stingy on the defensive end of the court by allowing 92 points of less in their three past games. Oklahoma City has won four of their past five games and returns home after a 1-1 two game road trip. Kevin Durant leads the Thunder in scoring as the veteran forward is averaging 28.3 points a game along with nearly 8 rebounds. In their last meeting on March 11th it was San Antonio with the 105-93 victory against the Thunder as a -2 ½ point favorite.

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