NBA Finals Betting

NBA Finals Betting

Source: http://bleacherreport.com/

The NBA Finals have been exactly what we were expecting; pure and unprecedented hoops action! So far in the series defending champion Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs have played three games.

The first two games of the series were played in the city of San Antonio, Texas with a grand opening on the Spurs´end by taking the first one, but their second meeting was quite different. Despite, the fact the Spurs were hosts to Miami, the Heat knew exactly how to take the lead and managed to win Game 2.

Game 3 took place at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, but this time the Spurs savored a well-deserved victory with a final score of 111-92 and took the series lead 2 -1. This evening the NBA story stays in South Beach as San Antonio and Miami meet one more time. It is very important to take into account that the Spurs are just two victories away from taking the NBA championship title so this should definitely add some pressure on the court.

The most recent betting odds on this evening’s clash favorite the Miami Heat with a spread at -4.5 o -107u -103.  The money line on the San Antonio Spurs stand at +175 while the Miami Heat are at -205.

These are a couple of short videos on the previous NBA finals games: http://espn.go.com/nba/truehoop/miamiheat/story/_/id/11065146/miami-heat-point-guard-problem

http://espn.go.com/nba/playoffs/2014/story/_/id/11068709/miami-heat-discussing-options-target-carmelo-anthony-free-agency

Some NBA experts believe the Heat are in trouble and they face an uphill climb against a San Antonio Spurs this evening. There is no doubt, the pressure is on Lebron James´ and Dwyane Wade´ shoulders and make defensive adjustments so they can push their team to a win on Thursday night.

Additionally, the predictions also favorite Miami as San Antonio´s three musketeers might not be able to contain a shaped up Miami. The Spurs´ key men are already in their autumn days; Tim Duncan is already 38, Manu Ginobili is 36, Tony Parker the youngest of them at at 32 are facing fresh blood on the Heat´s end.

“Well, I did a little bit of everything,”  rookie Boris Diaw said with a smile Wednesday at AmericanAirlines Arena, the day after helping his San Antonio Spurs to a 2-1 lead over the Miami Heat with a huge Game 3 win in The Finals. “It was helping me to learn pretty much every position. I remember starting the game at the five and going out to do the [opening] tip and then playing point guard during the same game.”

San Antonio will try to take a 3-1 series lead this evening but it won’t be easy and lots of hard work will have to be done.

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