NBA Betting Props – Pacers and Wizards Go At It In Game 4- Don’t Forget About Halftime Bets!

The Indiana Pacers hope that they can have similar defensive success in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference playoff series against the Washington Wizards, but wouldn’t it seem almost too much to ask for them to have the same experience they had on Friday night? After all, the Wizards failed to exceed 18 points in any single quarter, and had only 30 points in the second half on the way to an 85-63 Indiana victory that put the Pacers up by a 2-1 margin.

Defense is obviously one thing that Indiana was very well known for among NBA bettors, particularly as the team got out to a 33-8 record over the first half of the season. As it stands, they still have allowed fewer points per game than any team in the NBA. Over the last two games of the series, Washington has made just nine of its 37 attempts from three-point range. They shot 33% in Game 3, and they committed 18 turnovers, which led to 21 Indiana points.

It is safe to say that nobody on the Washington side had a hot hand in the last game. Bradley Beal made only six of his 19 attempts from the field, and Nene Hilario was just three of 14.

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In Sunday night’s game, which begins at 8:05 PM ET at the Verizon Center in the nation’s capital, Washington is a 3.5-point favorite, with a total of 179.5 points posted on the game by the people at Get That Bet.

One of the things that Washington hopes it gets less up from point guard John Wall is turnovers. On Friday night, Wall committed seven turnovers, and that did not fit the pattern of his recent play, as he had coughed it up only five times over the previous four games. Considering all those Indiana points that came off of Wizards turnovers, if Wall can keep the ball under control that would definitely prevent some of the opportunities for Indiana in the transition game.

Roy Hibbert seems to have come back with some spark for the Pacers. In Game 3 he had a career-high of 28 points, and he added 14 points on Friday, contributing three blocked shots to the effort. That’s what the Pacers need; something very assertive from their big man.

As far as their big scorer is concerned, Paul George led all scorers with 23 points, he had to make nine out of his ten free throws to get that done. But he was only 6-of-15 from the field, so obviously Trevor Ariza has been effective in preventing him getting a lot of good shots. What George will have to do is continue attacking the basket.

The people at Get That Bet want you to know that Washington is a 2.5-point first half favorite, with a total of 88 points, in the NBA betting props,.but that there are halftime bets on this game as well. Who knows what the numbers on the second half will be. But watch the game and when the buzzer sounds, get over to Get That Bet to take a look at the lines and play!

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