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The Warriors started the season with four wins in their first five games, but it has been a struggle ever since. This past Wednesday night’s 103-99 loss to Dallas as 4.5-point road underdogs was their fourth loss in their last five games. They are now 9-7 straight-up and 7-7-2 against the spread. The total has stayed UNDER in 10 of the 16 games overall and in six of their last seven outings.
The Clippers are coming off a 102-98 victory over Milwaukee this past Wednesday night as two-point road underdogs to raise their overall record to 8-4 straight-up and 7-5 against the spread. The total stayed UNDER the 213-point closing line after going OVER in their previous four games. The win moved Los Angeles into a tie with Golden State atop the Pacific Division.
The Thunder will continue their quick two-game West Coast swing after falling to the Los Angeles Clippers 111-103 on Wednesday night as 4.5-point road underdogs. It was just their second straight-up loss in their first seven games, but they have been costly to wager on at 2-5 against the spread. The total went OVER the 209.5-point line against Los Angeles and it has now gone OVER in five of seven games.
Memphis finds itself just one more win away from its first ever trip to the Western Conference Finals. It rallied from a 17-point deficit this past Monday night in Game 4 to take a commanding 3-1 series lead with a 103-97 overtime victory as a five-point home favorite.
Oklahoma City snuck out with a win at home in Game One, but Memphis turned the tables and took Game Two on the road. Now, it is the Grizzlies who control home court through the rest of the series. Can Kevin Durant carry the Thunder to the Western Conference finals or will it be the Memphis Grizzlies making their first appearance there? Let’s take a look at Game Three.
The Memphis Grizzlies let an amazing opportunity to grab a 1-0 lead on Oklahoma City’s home floor slip away in Game One. Can the Grizzlies bounce back and pick up the split or will the Thunder take a 2-0 lead?
The Houston Rockets will try to avoid digging a 2-0 hole in their series with the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night. Houston was dominated 120-91 by Oklahoma City in Game One. The Rockets shot only 36 percent, and they were never really in the game. Will this one be any closer or will the Thunder roll to another victory?
G James Harden is back! He is going to be guiding his Houston Rockets into NBA betting action against the team that traded him in the offseason, the Oklahoma City Thunder. Game 1 is the final game of the opening weekend of the playoffs, and it tips on Sunday night at 9:30 p.m. ET.
We have a very entertaining Western Conference matchup on Thursday night when the high flying Oklahoma City Thunder head to Oakland to take on the run and gun Golden State Warriors. This is a nationally televised event in what could be a preview of a potential playoff matchup.
The Spurs snapped a rare two-game skid with a lopsided 98-84 romp over Orlando on Wednesday night as 12.5-point home favorites. They are now 7-3 straight-up in their last 10 games but a costly 3-7 against the spread. The total has stayed UNDER in five of their last six games.