Pacers Promise $10K Payout With 2018 NBA Championship Win

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Heading into Game 4 of the 2018 NBA Playoffs, the Indiana Pacers led the Cleveland Cavaliers 2-1 in the series.  This is no small feat as the Cavs have played in the last few NBA Finals.  Though they started the season a bit rought, Cleveland has managed to regroup in the second half of the season.

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Should Cleveland go on to win the 2018 NBA Championship, the payout would be an eye-popping $10,000 for every $100 bet, however, one will want to lock this price is quickly.

With Cleveland down 2-1 to the Indiana Pacers in the first round, James was asked if Game 4 in Indianapolis Sunday was a must win.

“It’s the postseason,” said James, who is 10-0 in his career in first-round playoff series with Cleveland and Miami. “Every game is a must win. You want to come in and play well and win no matter what. No matter if you have home-court advantage or if you’re starting on the road, that’s the mindset you have to have. I felt like (Friday) was a must win. We didn’t win, obviously, but it’s the same mindset on Sunday.”

James, who scored 28 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and delivered eight assists in a 92-90 road loss Friday night, rejected what he felt were reporters’ attempts to ask if the other players needed to do more.

“You guys think I’m going to throw my teammates under the bus? I’m not about that,” James said. “Guys just, we have to be better, including myself. Had six turnovers (Friday). I was horrible in the third quarter, couldn’t make a shot. If I had made some better plays in the third quarter, the lead doesn’t skip.”

Indiana has won five of the last seven meetings between these two teams. 

Of course they would still have to get past mighty Golden State, a team that appears to be on their way to another Finals (maybe), having dominated San Antonio.

The real test might be against Houston, a team that now has the best record in the league.

And there are wildcards that have caught fire in the West during the second half of the season - New Orleans and Utah.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

 

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