TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball Playoffs Sports Betting Matchup Previews for Thursday

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The NBA playoffs continue on Thursday night as two game number threes are scheduled to air over national television creating outstanding watch and wagering opportunities for pro basketball betting enthusiasts.

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The opening game over TNT on Thursday is set to tip off at 7PM Eastern Time as the Miami Heat travels to New York with a 2-0 series lead over the Knicks. The game three odds at Oddsmaker at press time had the Miami Heat favored by -5 points with the total set at 186 ½ points. A money line bet on Miami will return -200 odds. Bettors who believe that the New York Knicks can steal game three will get +170 odds for their money line wager. The Knicks defense has failed them thus far in this playoff series as the Heat shot 48.6% in game one and in their 104-94 home victory in game two Miami made 52.1% shooting from the field. Miami has averaged 102 points per game thus far in the playoffs. The New York Knicks could be without Amare Stoudemire who is doutbtful as he cut his hand while punching it threw glass in disgust following the game two loss to the Heat. Miami is 5-0 this season against the New York Knicks and has covered the pointspread in four of the five games.

The nightcap on TNT will begin at 9:30PM Eastern Time as the Dallas Mavericks will look to gain ground down 0-2 in this best of seven series to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The game three odds as press time reveals the home club Dallas Mavericks favored by -3 points with the total lined at 194 ½ points. Those who believe that Oklahoma City can take a commanding 3-0 series lead over Dallas can take back +125 odds for their money line bet. Two tough luck losses thus far in the first two games of this series for Dallas as the Mavericks blew leads in both games late in the fourth quarter. The Mavericks in their two close losses have not find a rhythm shooting the basketball with 43.6% shooting in game one and 41.8% from the field in game two. Dallas won the rebounding battle in both game one and two.

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