NBA Playoffs Betting Report April 21

NBA Playoffs Betting Report April 21, The best-of-seven opening round of the NBA Playoffs continues to wide down and while a few teams punched their ticket to the next round in impressive fashion, there are still five series alive heading into Tuesday night’s games. The favorites in these matchups have won 23 of the first 33 playoff games straight-up, but the underdog been able to carve-out a 19-14 edge against the spread according to the closing NBA betting odds from GTBETS

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Starting in the Eastern Conference, it is no big surprise that No. 2 Cleveland rolled over No. 7 Boston in four-straight games to make its way to the conference semifinals, but the Cavaliers only managed to cover in one of those four wins. The No. 5 Washington Capitals got hot at the right time in their opening round series against No. 4 Toronto by sweeping the Raptors with four dominating victories both SU and ATS.

In the other two series in the East, No. 1 Atlanta has its hands full in a 2-2 series tie with No. 8 Brooklyn and No. 3 Chicago is struggling to put No. 6 Milwaukee away after winning the first three games. The Bucks have now won the last two games SU and they are 3-0 ATS in the last three.

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The Golden State Warriors were the top seed in the Western Conference and they stayed on a roll by eliminating No. 8 New Orleans in four games. The Pelicans put-up a valiant fight by covering in three of those contests.

The other three series in the West have yet to be decided, but No. 2 Houston has No. 7 Dallas on the brink of elimination with a 3-1 series lead heading into Tuesday’s Game 5 as a seven-point home favorite on 5Dimes’ betting odds for the game.

No. 5 Memphis also has a commanding 3-1 series edge against No. 4 Portland heading into Wednesday’s Game 5 at home. The Grizzlies had a chance to pull-off the sweep, but they lost on Monday 99-92 as 6.5-point road underdogs. They had covered ATS in the first three NBA Sportsbooks games.

The best series in this opening round has been No. 6 San Antonio against the No. 3 Los Angeles Clippers. This series is tied at two games apiece heading into Tuesday’s Game 5 at the Staples Center. The Clippers have been listed by 5Dimes as slight two-point home favorites to take that all important 3-2 edge. Top


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