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The Hornets vs. Heat elimination Game 7 betting line had Miami as a -6.5 favorite as the winner will move on to the next round.
Gambling911.com has your Thunder vs. Spurs Game 1 betting line with Oklahoma City at -7 and a total of 200.5 or 201 depending on the book.
The Celtics-Hawks Game 5 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs had Atlanta as a -7 home home favorite.
The Pacers-Raptors Game 5 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs had Toronto as a -7 home favorite. The Raptors are 12-3 ATS in the last 15 meetings.
The Thunder-Mavs Game 5 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs had Dallas as a +14 home underdog.
The Mavs-Thunder Game 4 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs had Dallas as a +9 underdog.
Gambling911.com has your Heat-Hornets Game 4 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs with Charlotte once agains a -3 home favorite.
The Warriors-Rockets Game 4 Betting Line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs had Golden States as a -8.5 visiting favorite.
Gambling911.com has your Spurs-Grizzlies Game 3 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs had San Antonio as a -12.5 road favorite.
The Cavs-Pistons Game 3 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs had Cleveland as a -4.5 visiting favorite.
Gambling911.com has your Grizzlies-Spurs Game 2 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs with the Spurs a big -18 home favorite versus a Memphis team that has been on a downward spiral of late.
The NBA Playoffs official began over the past weekend, and except for the Indiana Pacers beating the Toronto Raptors on the road, every favorite and home team won their first game. In addition, 5 of the 8 games were not even worth watching, considering the home team favorite won by more than 20 points.
Gambling911.com has your Clippers vs. Trail Blazers Game 3 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs with this one coming in as a PICK'EM.
The Pistons-Cavs Game 1 betting line for the 2016 NBA Playoffs had Cleveland as a -10.5 favorite.
Detroit comes into this Playoff game with a 44-38 record Straight Up and 42-38-2 Against The Spread.
Cleveland had yet another hot season, ending with a 57-25 record Straight Up but just 37-42 ATS.
In today’s Gambling911.com Q&A we are asked if there are any Pay Per Head sites that offer live in-play betting on the NBA Playoffs.
The answer to this question is a resounding YES. In fact, most do offer live in-play wagering on the NBA Playoffs and a vast number of other major sporting events across the globe.
Gambling911.com has your 2016 NBA Playoffs betting odds for the Round One, Game One matchups.
A few of the hot trends we uncovered coming into Saturday’s games included the following:
The Golden State Warriors will look to break the Chicago Bulls all time regular season wins record Wednesday night: What better reason do you need to bet the Grizzlies-Warriors game?
The line was set at -18.5 to -19 favoring Golden State. The Warriors have won the last six games in this series, two of those by more than the current spread.
The Warriors-Spurts betting line had Golden State as a rare underdog playing the second best team in the league, the San Antonio Spurs.
You may want to bet the Suns-Rockets game Thursday night and hope to ride the public love that Houston is getting. The Rockets are seeing 65 percent of the action, making them the most wagered on side of the evening.
There are some great reasons to bet the Raptors-Spurs game Saturday night, the top of which is perhaps that these are two of the hottest teams playing in the NBA right now.
The Spurs were not expected to rest players for this game but anything is possible with Head Coach Gregg Popovich.
When betting Friday night’s Celtics-Warriors game don’t think for a minute that Golden State will be resting players versus their quest for beating Chicago’s most wins record in a single season.
Milwaukee Bucks center Greg Monroe is an excellent option for Friday versus an Orlando Magic team that ranks worst against opposing centers.
Monroe is priced at $5900 and will need around 30 fantasy points to make value.
You will want to bet Friday night’s Cavs-Hawks game as it will be shown nationally on ESPN at 8 pm EST.
Both teams will be heading into the post season.
Cleveland has dominated this series as of late, winning five straight. The line on this game is Atlanta -1.5.
You can bet the Clippers-Thunder Thursday game online with an early price of Oklahoma City -8.5. A tad bit high if you ask us.
Sports bettors will want to monitor this game closely as the Thunder have managed to go 0-7 Against The Spread without star Kevin Durant playing.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have had their fair share of problems going up against opposing small forwards. PJ Tucker should excel in this scenario.
Tucker is priced at $4.8K and will need around 24 fantasy points in order to make value.
The Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside will be among the top Daily Fantasy NBA targets for Wednesday March 30, and with good reason.
The Lakers are among the worst teams when facing opposing centers, ranking 28th in the league.
Otto Porter Jr will be among the top Daily Fantasy NBA targets for Wednesday March 30.
The Washington Wizards small forward ($5.4K) should make value against a lackluster Sacramento Kings team that simply cannot defend against opposing small forwards. They rank 23rd versus this position.
Tuesday night’s Wizards-Warriors matchup should be a great one to bet as we wait to see whether Golden State can break the Chicago Bulls record for most regular season wins.
Not surprisingly, the Warriors are seeing 75 percent of the wagering action as a big -12.5 home favorite.
Cleveland has had a habit of playing poorly following a Straight Up win, thus making the Rockets-Cavs game one to bet.
The Cavs are 0-5 Against The Spread in their last five games following a Straight Up win.
The Utah Jazz beat the LA Lakers Monday night 123-75. This was tied for the Lakers worst defeat in franchise history.
Gambling911.com suggested backing Utah center Rudy Gobert thanks to the Lakers ranking third from the bottom against opposing centers.
An attorney who was jailed after trying to kill a noted sports handicapper is now plotting the handicapper's death from behind bars
Rolando Cardenas, 55, faces murder and attempted murder charges after police say he opened fire on a double decker bus, killing one man and injuring another.