NBA Playoffs Betting Odds, Trends April 20: Cavs 2-10-1 ATS vs. Pacers

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Apr/19/2017

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BETTING TRENDS

The Cavaliers are shockingly 2-10-1 Against The Spread in the last 13 meetings vs. the Pacers and 1-6-1 ATS in the last 8 meetings in Indiana.  This is despite having won the last five in this series.

The favorite is 11-5 ATS in the last 16 meetings in the Spurs-Grizzlies series.

BETTING ODDS

NBA - Apr 20 

4:00 PM

709

Cleveland Cavs

-2-110

o211.5 -110

-130

710

Indiana Pacers

+2-110

u211.5 -110

+110

5:00 PM

711

Toronto Raptors

+1.5 -110

o196.5 -110

+100

712

Milwaukee Bucks

-1.5 -110

u196.5 -110

-120

6:30 PM

713

San Antonio Spurs

-3.5 -110

o185-110

-165

714

Memphis Grizzlies

+3.5 -110

u185-110

+144

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