What to Watch and Bet NBA and NHL Playoffs for Tuesday May 28th 2013

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The NBA and NHL post season is beginning to wind down and on Tuesday May 28th there are two huge games to satisfy the appetite of the bettors everywhere. With the stakes getting higher and higher in each passing day the excitement and drama will keep bettors glued to their computer screens and TV sets!

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At 8:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV it will be game four of the NBA playoff series between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers. Things get started from Indiana at 8:30PM Eastern Time with Miami holding a 2-1 series lead in this best of seven. This has been a see saw series thus far as Miami won game one and Indiana equalized in game two on Miami’s home court. The scene then moved to Indiana where the Miami Heat were able to bounce back from their loss on Friday night with a game three 114-96 thumping of the Indiana Pacers as a -2 point road favorite. Miami was able to put up 70 first half points on Indiana and were able to pull away from an attempted rally by the Pacers in the fourth quarter. The Heat distributed the ball exceptionally well as Indiana was playing chase as the Heat team were hitting on 54.5% of their shots.

From the NHL Western conference semifinal round it will be the seventh and deciding game between the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings. The Sharks and Kings will begin game seven from Staples Center in LA at 9PM Eastern Time and NBC Sports Network will carry this game liver over national television. Home ice advantage may be the way for the Kings to advance into the Western conference finals as each team is a perfect 3-0 on their home ice in this series. LA could only manage 1 goal in all three games played at San Jose. LA has averaged three goals per game on home ice and have home shutouts against the San Jose Sharks in both game’s one and five of this series. LA has exceptional depth and they have done the better job when playing with one day of rest than the Sharks in this series.

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