The 2013 NBA Playoffs keep steaming up as we get deeper in the Series. Last night at the United Center in Chicago, the Bulls were surprisingly swept away by the Heat.
LeBron scored a total of 27 points and dished out 8 assists, a great push for a final score of 88 to 65. Miami´s coach did a very good job by double-teaming Robinson when he had total control of the ball placing extra pressure on Chicago’s defense. Now, Miami leads the series 3 to 1.
If we turn back time just a few nights ago, this past weekend kicked off with two very exciting games. The first one at the FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee where Oklahoma City Thunder lost to the home team, the Grizzlies 87 to 81. Memphis players Marc Gasol scored 20 points while Tony Allen and Mike Conley fought for 14 points each one, no doubt these actions motivated the whole team to win the game.
On Sunday evening a the ORACLE Arena in Oakland, California the Warriors put up a fight and managed a victory over the season favorites, the Spurs. The final scored was positive for the Warriors by 10 points at 97 to 87.
This evening will be a fantastic time for some basketball betting action as the Pacers welcome the New York Knicks at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Some of the best betting odds we found place the Pacers as the underdog +5 -110 and the total 181 over/under -110.
Tonight´s second game will be a clash of titans between the Spurs and the Warriors. Both teams have 2 games apiece, but this time the action will take place at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. Most betting shops set the Spurs as the favorite with a betting line -8 and the over-under number at 195.
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